General Contracting and Individual Skilled Trades Services

Agency: Resa County Educational Service Agency
State: Michigan
Type of Government: State & Local
NAICS Category:
  • 236220 - Commercial and Institutional Building Construction
Posted Date: Feb 20, 2024
Due Date: Feb 26, 2024
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General Contracting and Individual Skilled Trades Services

Due February 26, 2024 @ 12:00 p.m. EST

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General Contracting and Individual Skilled Trades Services Tier 1 Agreements


Commodity/Service Being Requested: General Contractor and Individual Skilled Trades Services for the following Service Categories:

1. Construction and Renovation

2. Painting and Finishing

3. Electrical and Lighting

4. Carpentry and Woodworking

5. Flooring and Tiling

6. Doors and Hardware

7. Exterior Work

Type of Solicitation: Request for Proposals (RFP) – Wayne RESA, in partnership with the Michigan Association of Counties (MAC) CoPro+ Program, is competitively bidding and awarding a master agreement to multiple contractors for Wayne RESA General Contracting and Individual Skilled Trades Services.

Type of Resulting Contract: Statewide Cooperative Contract – As a result of this RFP, Wayne RESA will work with the Michigan Association of Counties CoPro+ program to market and extend the resulting contract to other public municipalities, non-profit organizations and schools. This contract will enable public municipalities, non-profit organizations, and schools to “piggyback” and purchase services on an “as needed” basis from the supplier(s). Proposers shall identify any limitations on service areas within their proposal.

Resulting Contract Term: Three (3) years with Two (2) one-year renewal options.

RFP Schedule

Release of RFP:

January 26, 2024

Pre-Proposal Meeting:

February 5, 2024 - 1:00 p.m. - 2:00 p.m. ET

Meeting URL:

Join Zoom Meeting

Meeting ID: 822 8410 8646

One tap mobile: US: +13092053325,,82284108646# or +13126266799,,82284108646#

Vendor Question Due Date:

Answers will be posted within 3 business days of this deadline

February 13, 2024

Proposals Due by (12:00 P.M. EST) *:

February 26, 2024, at 12:00 p.m. ET

Master Agreement Award Date:

March, 2024

*Responses received later than the specified deadline will be disqualified.

Wayne RESA reserves the right to change this schedule as needed and all information provided by Wayne RESA in this RFP is offered in good faith. Individual items are subject to change at any time. Wayne RESA makes no certification that any item is without error.

The Sole Point of Contact During this Solicitation Process is:

Steve Motz

(517) 648-0442

Contacts with Wayne RESA Personnel: All contact with Wayne RESA regarding this RFP or any matter relating thereto must be sent to the following email:

Solicitation Terms and Conditions can be found at as (DOC) CoPro+ Contract Terms and Conditions”


1.1 Minimum Mandatory Requirements

All proposals will be reviewed for compliance with the mandatory requirements. Proposals deemed non-responsive will be eliminated from further consideration.

Interested and qualified proposers that can demonstrate their ability to successfully provide the goods and services requested under this RFP are invited to submit proposal(s), provided they meet the following requirements:

1. Experience and Past Performance: Proposers must demonstrate a minimum of 5 years of experience in each specialization they are bidding for in commercial educational facilities buildings of at least 60,000 sf. Include a list of past projects, with brief descriptions and client contact information for reference.

2. Licensing and Certification: Proposers must hold valid and current licenses and certifications authorized by the State of Michigan for each specialization area they bid on, where such credentials are legally or professionally required. In cases where state-specific licensing is not mandated, this requirement may be waived. Proof of applicable credentials, including evidence of authorization to operate within the State of Michigan, must be included in the proposal.

3. Insurance and Bonding: Proposers are required to have general liability insurance as specified in Attachment C and appropriate bonding, if required in future Statement of Work (based on specific project requirements).

Proposer will enter responses in the “Proposer Response” text boxes provided. There is no requirement or limitation on the amount of words used for responses.

Proposer Response:

Demonstrate that you meet the minimum mandatory requirements, by addressing each item below or referring to other section(s) of your proposal where this detail is provided.

1.2 Background and Services Period

Wayne RESA (WRESA), in collaboration with the Michigan Association of Counties (MAC) CoPro+ Program, is initiating a competitive bidding process to award optional use master agreements to contractors for the provision of Wayne RESA General Contracting and Individual Skilled Trades Services. This Request for Proposals (RFP) is designed to identify vendors who can offer comprehensive general contracting services and also those who specialize in individual skilled trades. We seek to establish optional use master agreements with a select number of providers in any or all of the seven (7) General Service Categories detailed in this RFP, be it across multiple categories or in specific trades such as painting, electrical, etc.

The resulting agreements will provide a framework for potential future engagements that will be outlined in a second tier process. It is important to note that the utilization of these agreements will depend on the specific needs and projects of WRESA and CoPro+ public entities. This initiative aims at streamlining the process for WRESA to engage with the awarded contractors swiftly and efficiently whenever the need for general contracting and individual skilled trades arises.

The objectives of this tiered contracting approach include, but are not limited to:

1. Consistent Contract Terms:

Establishing a uniform contract term to foster clear understanding and agreement between WRESA, CoPro+ public entities, and service providers awarded master agreements.

2. Consistent Selection Criteria and Processes:

Implementing standardized selection criteria and screening processes to ensure the contract holders are comprised of reputable and competent service providers.

3. Single Point of Contact for Contractors:

Designating a single point of contact within WRESA for service provides to ensure coordinated communication and effective engagement.

4. Consistent Billing Practices:

Adopting uniform billing practices for clarity, accuracy, and ease of processing for both WRESA, CoPro+ public entities, and the awarded service providers.

Services will be as needed for the time period from March 20, 2024, through March 19, 2027. At the end of the initial term, this Agreement will be evaluated. If the parties agree that it is a mutually beneficial relationship, the Agreement includes two options years and may be extended in writing for up to two (2) additional years in one (1) year increments.

1.3 Requirements and Specifications

The following are the service categories for which vendors may seek master agreements through this RFP:

1. Construction and Renovation:

• This includes general construction, demolition, and renovation services, covering a broad range of activities necessary to complete a project.

2. Painting and Finishing:

• Interior and exterior painting, as well as finishing services like staining, varnishing, and wallpapering.

3. Electrical and Lighting:

• All electrical system installations, maintenance, and lighting solutions.

4. Carpentry and Woodworking:

• Encompasses carpentry, woodworking, and cabinetry services.

5. Flooring and Tiling:

• Installation, repair, and maintenance of various flooring materials and tiling.

6. Doors and Hardware:

• Installation, repair, and maintenance services for various types of doors and related hardware. This includes entrance doors, interior doors, security doors, automatic doors, and the associated locking mechanisms, handles, and fittings.

7. Exterior Work:

• This category can include roofing, landscaping, and masonry, covering a variety of exterior construction and maintenance services.

Please confirm your understanding by checking Yes or No.

☐ Yes ☐ No

Proposer Response:

Indicate which Service Category you are proposing to provide services for, by completing the table below.

Service Category

Seeking to provide services for? (Yes / No)


Construction and Renovation:


Painting and Finishing:


Electrical and Lighting:


Carpentry and Woodworking:


Flooring and Tiling:


Doors and Hardware:


Exterior Work:

1.3.1 Service Category Questions

The Proposer shall complete the questionnaire in Attachment B – Service Category Qualifications for each Service Category they seek to provide services for, to demonstrate their experiences and qualifications providing those services.

1.3.2 Comprehensive List of Assumptions

Rather than have assumptions be scattered throughout the proposal, Wayne RESA requires that all assumptions be listed and explained in this section. Please ensure that all assumptions listed reference the appropriate section of the RFP and/or associated services. Please indicate “N/A”, if this does not apply to your proposal.

Proposer Response:

1.3.3 Two-Tier Contracting Process

This two-tier contracting process for specific engagements will be as follows:

Tier One: The primary goal of this tier is to establish multiple optional use contracts with vendors by Service Categories based on an evaluation of their capabilities, experience, staffing and pricing. The Tier One vendors will be selected through this RFP process. The rates submitted during this tier will serve as a not to exceed rate card for each contractor, setting the maximum hourly rates that can be charged for services in the subsequent tier. It's important to note that the rate cards submitted are not assumed to include prevailing wage or Davis Bacon Act rates; however, adjustments to the rates can be made in Tier Two if a project requires adherence to these wage standards.

Tier Two: Upon the establishment of master agreements, WRESA reserves the right to engage with one or more contractors awarded Tier One agreements to solicit Statements of Work (SOWs) for specific projects with specific scope outlined. The Tier Two request may be directed to a single vendor or multiple vendors within the relevant service category, depending on the project needs and at the discretion of the requesting entity.

Vendors shall leverage their rate card from Tier One to propose a firm fixed price for the project outlined in the SOW (See Attachment D for a sample). While the proposed pricing cannot exceed the rates set in Tier One, vendors have the latitude to offer lower pricing based on the specifics of the SOW. An exception to this rule is when the SOW requires adherence to prevailing wage or Davis Bacon Act rates, in which case the rates may be adjusted accordingly.

This two-tier approach provides flexibility to WRESA in selecting vendors while promoting competitive pricing and adherence to quality standards. It is the discretion of WRESA and Coop Members to determine whether to solicit a single vendor or multiple vendors for SOWs in Tier Two, aligning with the overarching goal of achieving favorable pricing and high-quality service delivery for each project.

WRESA reserves the right to limit the number of vendors awarded master agreements during the RFP evaluation process to align with specific service needs and project requirements. Additionally, we retain the discretion to open up the process to award additional master agreements as needed, and add additional service categories to existing and new contracts.

WRESA will utilize other contracting vehicles or issue separate RFPs for specific services or projects at their discretion. This approach ensures we have the flexibility to meet diverse contracting needs and are not exclusively bound to use the master agreements established by this RFP.

Proposer Response: Please confirm your understanding by checking Yes or No.

☐ Yes ☐ No

1.3.2 Statewide Cooperative Contract

Wayne RESA is working with the Michigan Association of Counties CoPro+ program on this bid solicitation.  If your bid meets the minimum qualifications, is responsive and responsible and offers competitive pricing you may be considered and approached to extend a term agreement and pricing to other public entities within the county, the region, and the state, in accordance with Michigan Compiled Laws 124.504.  This process is called “piggybacking”; it offers tremendous value to public ordering entities regarding the cost and time to manage an end-to-end purchasing event.  This process also offers exceptional value to selected vendors in terms of their company’s resources and time to respond to multiple solicitations from various public entities who have a similar need for their products or services.

All pricing submitted to Wayne RESA and its participating entities shall include a 2% administrative fee to be remitted to CoPro+ by the contractor on a quarterly basis. Administrative fees will be paid against actual sales volume for each quarter. It is the contractor’s responsibility to keep all pricing up to date and on file with Wayne RESA/CoPro+. All price changes shall be presented to Wayne RESA/CoPro+ for acceptance, using the same format as was accepted in the original contract.

Proposer Response: Please confirm your understanding by checking Yes or No.

☐ Yes ☐ No

1.4 Production Specifications

1.4.1 Reservation of Rights

All products being bid shall be certified as new and unused. Please bid the product lines of nationally recognized manufacturers. However, Wayne RESA will evaluate the merits of all bids submitted and reserves the right, in its sole and absolute discretion, to accept or reject, in whole or in part, any or all bids or portions of bids with or without cause. Wayne RESA further reserves the right to waive any irregularity or informality in the RFP process or any bid, and the right to award to one or multiple vendors. Wayne RESA reserves the right to add or delete products from the bid, extend agreements, or change vendors, in order to best serve the eligible agencies. These changes will follow approved bidding laws. Wayne RESA may use the individual product cost, or the sum of groups of products, may group similar products, and/or total cost of ownership, to evaluate prices and award bids. Wayne RESA reserves the right to request additional information from any or all Proposers. Wayne RESA also reserves the right to select one or more vendors to award a contract to under this RFP. In the event a bid is accepted by Wayne RESA and the vendor asserts exceptions, special considerations or conditions after acceptance, Wayne RESA, in its sole and absolute discretion, reserves the right to reject the bid and award other Proposer(s).

1.4.2 Competition Promoted

The name of a model, manufacturer or brand in Wayne RESA bid documents shall not be considered as exclusive of other brands unless "NO SUBSTITUTE" is stated in the item description. Proposers may offer a variety of brands and models, as it is the intent of Wayne RESA to provide a multitude of options to eligible agencies. Wayne RESA expects all supplies, materials, equipment or products bid to meet or exceed the specifications set forth in this RFP. Further, it is Wayne RESA’s intent that this RFP permit competition. Accordingly, the use of any patent, proprietary name or manufacturer's name is for demonstrative purposes only and is not intended to curtail competition. Whenever any supplies, materials, equipment or products requested in this RFP are specified by patent, proprietary name or by the name of the manufacturer, unless stated differently, such specification shall be considered as if followed by the words "or comparable equivalent," whether or not such words appear. Wayne RESA, in its sole and absolute discretion, shall have the right to determine if the proposed equivalent products/brands submitted by Proposer meet the specifications contained in this RFP and possess equivalent and/or better qualities. It is the Proposer's responsibility to notify Wayne RESA in writing if any specifications or suggested comparable equivalent products/brands require clarification by Wayne RESA prior to the due date for bids.

Proposer Response: Please confirm your understanding by checking Yes or No.

☐ Yes ☐ No

1.5 Product Specifications

All products furnished must be in conformity with the participating agency requirements and specifications and will be subject to inspection and acceptance by the individual customers at delivery. The right is reserved to reject and return at the risk and expense of the vendor.

Proposer Response: Please confirm your understanding by checking Yes or No.

☐ Yes ☐ No

1.6 Service Capabilities

1.6.1 Primary Account Representative

Proposers must identify by name and location the primary account representatives who will be responsible for the performance of a resulting contract, as well as contact persons for reports and bid documents.

Proposer Response:

1.7 Customer Service

It is preferred that the Vendor have an accessible customer service department with an individual specifically assigned to Wayne RESA. Customer inquiries should be responded to with forty-eight (48) hours or two (2) business days unless it is an emergency issue. Describe your company’s Customer Service Department (hours of operation, number and location of service centers, regular and emergency response times, etc.).

Proposer Response:

1.8 Purchase Orders

Requests for quotes will be initiated by participating agencies as specific needs arise. Participating agencies will issue individual detailed specifications to the pre-qualified vendor pool along with specific response information required, deliverables, and any special terms and conditions. The vendors will respond directly to the requesting agency within the timeframe specified in the request for quote. The participating agency will evaluate the responses and determine the vendor that will be awarded a purchase order (PO). Resulting orders are to be shipped and billed directly to these institutions.

Proposer Response: Please confirm your understanding by checking Yes or No.

☐ Yes ☐ No

1.9 Delivery and Acceptance

All pricing must reflect net 30 payment terms. Proposer should address the following items and costs in their proposal and other items/costs that they are aware of that may not have been requested in this bid.

● Ordering/customer service capabilities and procedures.

● Policies and procedures for an organization accepting product/service.

Proposer Response:

Proposer Response: Please confirm your understanding by checking Yes or No.

☐ Yes ☐ No

1.10 Management and Staff

Proposer should address the following items in their proposal.

● Project Management of the contract.

● Staffing and responsibilities.

● Process and procedures to keep safe and secure facilities when delivering products/services.

● Background checks process, depending on the facility ordering the product/services a more restrictive background check may be required.

Proposer Response:

1.11 Subcontractors

If subcontractors will be used, provide information about the subcontractors' capabilities, experience, and the services they will provide.

Proposer Response:

1.12 Pricing Schedule

Respondents will provide pricing information as Attachment A that will be utilized when evaluating price competitiveness.


1.12.2 Bid Pricing

Proposers have the option to provide high-volume pricing. Proposers who offer high-volume pricing may be evaluated more favorably than those who do not. Proposers should specify this discount option within their cost proposal and at what level.

1.12.3 Quantity Term

Vendor agrees to supply the complete quantity and products that each customer requires.

1.12.4 Tax Excluded from Price

(a) Sales Tax: Wayne RESA and local units of government are exempt from sales tax for direct purchases. The Proposer's prices must not include sales tax.

(b) Federal Excise Tax: Wayne RESA may be exempt from Federal Excise Tax, or the taxes may be reimbursable, if articles purchased under any resulting Contract are used for Wayne RESA's exclusive use. Certificates showing exclusive use for the purposes of substantiating a tax-free, or tax-reimbursable sale will be sent upon request. If a sale is tax exempt or tax reimbursable under the Internal Revenue Code, the Proposer's prices must not include the Federal Excise Tax.

Proposer Response:

Include any comments regarding pricing, discounts being offered, and information on other cooperative contracts held by respondent.

1.12 Price Assurance

The awarded vendor agrees to provide pricing to Wayne RESA and its participating entities that are the lowest pricing available, and the pricing shall remain so throughout the duration of the contract. The awarded vendor agrees to promptly lower the cost of any product purchased through Wayne RESA following a reduction in the manufacturer or publisher's direct cost. If respondent has existing cooperative contracts in place, Wayne RESA requests equal or better than pricing to be submitted.

All pricing submitted to Wayne RESA shall include a 2% administrative/remittance fee to be remitted to CoPro+ by the awarded vendor. It is the awarded vendor’s responsibility to keep all product listings up to date and on file with Wayne RESA/CoPro+.

Proposer Response:

Please confirm your understanding by checking Yes or No.

☐ Yes ☐ No

If “NO” was answered on any items in Section 1, please explain:


1. The undersigned declares that the bid documents, including, without limitation, any RFP Addenda and Exhibits have been read.

The undersigned is authorized, offers, and agrees to furnish the articles and/or services specified in accordance with the Specifications, Terms & Conditions of the bid documents of this RFP.

2. The undersigned has reviewed the bid documents and fully understands the requirements in this bid and that each proposer who is awarded a contract shall be, in fact, a prime contractor, not a subcontractor, and agrees that its bid, if accepted by Wayne RESA, will be the basis for the Proposer to enter into a contract with Wayne RESA in accordance with the intent of the bid documents.

3. The undersigned acknowledges receipt and acceptance of all addenda.

4. The undersigned agrees to the following terms, conditions, certifications, and requirements listed in Section 2.3:

● Contractor’s Employment Eligibility

● Certification Regarding Debarment, Suspension, Ineligibility and Voluntary Exclusion

● Certification Regarding Nondiscrimination Under Federally and State Assisted Programs

● Assurance Regarding Access to Records and Financial Statements

● Iran Economic Sanctions Act

● Certificate of Independent Price Determination

● Clean Air and Water Certificate

● Certifications/Disclosure Requirements Related to Lobbying

● U.S. Department of Energy Assurance of Compliance Non-Discrimination in Federally Assisted Programs

5. The undersigned acknowledges that proposer will be in good standing in the State of Michigan, with all the necessary licenses, permits, certifications, approvals, and authorizations necessary to perform all obligations in connection with this RFP and associated bid documents.

6. It is the responsibility of each proposer to be familiar with all of the specifications, terms and conditions and, if applicable, the site conditions. By the submission of a bid, the proposer certifies that if awarded a contract they will make no claim against Wayne RESA based upon ignorance of conditions or misunderstanding of the specifications.

7. Patent indemnity: Vendors who do business with the Wayne RESA shall hold Wayne RESA, its officers, agents and employees, harmless from liability of a nature or kind, including cost and expenses, for infringement or use of any patent, copyright or other proprietary right, secret process, patented or unpatented invention, article or appliance furnished or used in connection with the contract or purchase order.

8. Insurance certificates are not required at the time of submission. However, if awarded, the Contractor agrees to meet the minimum insurance requirements posted in the terms and conditions. This documentation must be provided to Wayne RESA, prior to award, and shall include an insurance certificate and additional insured certificate, naming Wayne RESA, which meets the minimum insurance requirements, as stated in the terms and conditions.

Acknowledgment and Acceptance:

By signing below, the undersigned acknowledges and agrees to all terms, conditions, certifications, and requirements as outlined in this RFP, including those specified in Section 2.3.

Printed Name of Authorized Representative

Signature of Authorized Representative

Company Name

Date of Signature


State of _____________________________________

County of ____________________________________

Sworn to and subscribed before me, a notary public in and for the above state and county, on this ________ day of ___________________________, 20 ______.

Notary Public _________________________________

My commission expires:

2.1 Company Profile

Company Profile

Official Name of Proposer:

Street Address:



Zip Code:


Primary Contact Name:

Primary Contact Phone Number:

Primary Contact Email Address:

Dun & Bradstreet (D&B) Number (if applicable):

Has your company been debarred by the Federal and/or State Government? ☐ Yes ☐ No

If yes, has it been lifted and if so, when?

Have you ever been in bankruptcy or in reorganization proceedings?

Brief history of your company, including the year it was established:


Name and Title of Signer:


2.2 References

Provide a minimum of three (3) customer references similar scope dating within the past 5 years. Please identify any experience relevant to the services you propose to provide through this RFP within the Description of Services:

Entity Name:

Contact Name:




Phone Number:

Years Serviced:

Description of Services:

Annual Volume:

Entity Name:

Contact Name:




Phone Number:

Years Serviced:

Description of Services:

Annual Volume:

Entity Name:

Contact Name:




Phone Number:

Years Serviced:

Description of Services:

Annual Volume:

2.3 Assurances and Certifications Form

This document contains multiple assurances and certifications that the undersigned party agrees to and certifies. By signing earlier in this section, the undersigned agrees to comply with all the terms and conditions set forth in each section.

2.3.1 Contractor's Employment Eligibility:

• Compliance with federal and state employment eligibility laws including ARS subsection 41-4401, ARS subsection 23-214, and FINA. The contractor is responsible for compliance verification costs.

2.3.2 Certification Regarding Debarment, Suspension, Ineligibility and Voluntary Exclusion:

• The undersigned certifies non-participation in debarment or suspension activities and will attach explanations if unable to certify.

2.3.3 Certification Regarding Nondiscrimination Under Federally and State Assisted Programs:

• Agreement to comply with all federal and Michigan laws and regulations prohibiting discrimination.

2.3.4 Assurance Regarding Access to Records and Financial Statements:

• Agreement to provide access to records and financial statements as required by law.

2.3.5 Iran Economic Sanctions Act Compliance:

• Certification of non-affiliation with Iran Linked Businesses as defined by Public Act 517.

2.3.6 Certificate of Independent Price Determination

• Certification of compliance with lobbying restrictions as outlined in Public Law 101-121 and related regulations.

2.3.7 Certifications/Disclosure Requirements Related to Lobbying:

• Certification of compliance with lobbying restrictions as outlined in Public Law 101-121 and related regulations.

2.3.8 Certification Regarding Lobbying Contracts, Grants, Loans, and Cooperative Agreements:

• Certification of compliance with lobbying restrictions under U.S. Code section 1352, title 31.

2.3.9 Contractor’s Employment Eligibility

By entering the contract, Contractor warrants compliance with ARS subsection 41-4401, ARS subsection 23-214, the Federal Immigration and Nationality Act (FINA), and all other federal immigration laws and regulations. The Contractor further warrants that it is in compliance with the various state statutes of the states it will operate this contract in.

Participating Government Entities including School Districts may request verification of compliance from any Contractor or subcontractor performing work under this Contract. These Entities reserve the right to confirm compliance in accordance with applicable laws. Should the Participating Entities suspect or find that the Contractor or any of its subcontractors are not in compliance, they may pursue any and all remedies allowed by law, including, but not limited to: suspension of work, termination of the Contract for default, and suspension and/or debarment of the Contractor. All costs necessary to verify compliance are the responsibility of the Contractor.

The vendor complies and maintains compliance with FINA, ARS 41-4401 and 23-214 which requires compliance with federal immigration laws by State employers, State contractors and State subcontractors in accordance with the E-Verify Employee Eligibility Verification Program.

Contractor shall comply with governing board policy of the Wayne RESA Participating entities in which work is being performed.

2.3.10 Certification Regarding Debarment, Suspension, Ineligibility and Voluntary Exclusion

The prospective contractor certifies, by submission of this proposal, that neither it nor its principals are presently debarred, suspended, proposed for debarment, declared ineligible, or voluntarily excluded for from participating in this transaction by any Federal department of agency. Where the prospective contractor is unable to certify to any of the statements in this certification, such prospective contractor shall attach an explanation to this proposal.

2.3.11 Certification Regarding Nondiscrimination Under Federally and State Assisted Programs

The applicant herby agrees that it will comply with all federal and Michigan laws and regulations prohibiting discrimination and, in accordance therewith, no person, on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin or ancestry, age, sex, marital status or handicap, shall be discriminated against, excluded from participation in, denied the benefits of, or otherwise be subjected to discrimination in any program or activity for which it is responsible or for which it receives financial assistance from the U.S. Department of Education or the MDE.

2.3.12 Assurance Regarding Access to Records and Financial Statements

The applicant hereby assures that it will provide the pass-through entity, i.e., the Wayne County Regional Educational Service Agency, and auditors with access to the records and financial statements as necessary for the pass-through entity to comply with 2 CFR, Part 200, Subpart F and Compliance Supplement for the U.S. Department of Education.

2.3.13 Iran Economic Sanctions Act

The prospective contractor certifies that its organization, by submission of this proposal, is not an Iran Linked Business. Please refer to the “Iran Economic Sanction Act” Public Act 517 for clarifications or questions. Wayne RESA as a Michigan public entity is required to follow Public Act 517 of 2012.

2.3.14 Certificate of Independent Price Determination

(A) By submission of this offer, the offeror certifies each party thereto certifies as to its own organization, that in connection with this procurement:

(1) The prices in this offer have been arrived at independently, without consultation, communication, or agreement, for the purpose of restricting completion, as to any matter relating to such prices with any other offeror or with any competitor;

(2) Unless otherwise required by law, the prices which have been quoted in this offer have not been knowingly disclosed by the offeror and will not knowingly be disclosed by the offeror prior to bid opening in the case of an advertised procurement or prior to award in the case of a negotiated procurement, directly or indirectly to any other offeror or to any competitor; and

(3) No attempt has been made or will be made by the offeror to induce any person or firm to submit or not to submit an offer for the purpose of restricting competition.

(B) Each person signing this offer on behalf of the manufacturer or processor certifies that:

(1) He or she is the person in the offeror’s organization responsible within the organization for the decision as to the prices being offered herein and has not participated, and will not participate, in any action contrary to (A)(1) through (A)(3) above; or

(2) He or she is not the person in other offeror’s organization responsible within the organization for the decision as to the prices being offered herein, but that he or she has been authorized in writing to act as agent for the persons responsible for such decision in certifying that such persons have not participated and will not participate, in any action contrary to (A)(1) through (A)(3) above, and as their agent does hereby so certify; and he or she has not participated, and will not participate, in any action contrary to (A)(1) through (A)(3) above.

To the best of my knowledge, this manufacturer or processor, its affiliates, subsidiaries, officers, directors, and employees are not currently under investigation by any governmental agency and have not in the last three years been convicted or found liable for any act prohibited by State or Federal law in any jurisdiction, involving conspiracy or collusion with respect to bidding on any public contract.

2.3.15 Certifications/Disclosure Requirements Related to Lobbying:

Section 319 of Public Law 101-121 (31 U.S.C.), signed into law on October 23, 1989, and imposes new prohibitions and requirements for disclosure and certification related to lobbying on recipients of Federal contracts, grants, cooperative agreements, and loans. Certain provisions of the law also apply to Federal commitments for loan guarantees and insurance; however, it provides exemptions for Indian tribes and tribal organizations.

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