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FBO DAILY ISSUE OF DECEMBER 09, 2010 FBO #3302
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X -- 11.NP.HSRD.NATIONAL.A Hotel A&C space and Hotel services 2011 National HRS&D Conference February 2011 - Attachment

Notice Date
12/7/2010
 
Notice Type
Attachment
 
NAICS
721110 — Hotels (except Casino Hotels) and Motels
 
Contracting Office
Department of Veteran Affairs;Employee Education System (EES);Attn: Contracting Office BLDG 50;#1 Jefferson Barracks Dr;Saint Louis MO 63125
 
ZIP Code
63125
 
Solicitation Number
VA77711RP0033
 
Response Due
12/10/2011
 
Archive Date
2/8/2012
 
Point of Contact
Susie L Riedthaler
 
E-Mail Address
Manager/Contracting
 
Small Business Set-Aside
N/A
 
Description
Description This is a combined synopsis/solicitation to negotiate a Firm Fixed Price type contract for Hotel Accommodations, Conference Space, and Hotel Services located: Washington, DC or Baltimore, MD areas. Request for Proposal VA-777-11-RP-0033 is in accordance with FAR Subpart 12.6-Streamlined Procedures for Evaluation and Solicitation for Commercial Items. This is not a solicitation for Event Planning Services or 3rd Party Event Planning Services. Department of Veterans Affairs will not consider a proposal submitted by an offeror that is not a hotel. An offer which requires the Government to execute a separate agreement with a third party hotel shall be deemed technically unacceptable. This announcement incorporates FAR provisions and clauses in effect through FAR FAC 2005-46 and VAAR 97-10. NAICS Code 721110 and the small business size standard is $7M, respectively. This Federal Business Opportunity announcement/solicitation is solicited unrestricted, and constitutes the only bid document that will be issued. This solicitation is issued under full and open competition. This contract will be firm fixed price. The Period of Performance for this requirement will be February 15-18, 2011. The government requires 450 (peak night) sleeping rooms and the required meeting space to be housed in the same facility. The Department of Veteran Affairs, Employee Education System (EES) is sponsoring a training conference on the topic of œ2011 HRS&D National Conference . The hotel shall accommodate 450 sleeping rooms (ref CLIN 0001) (based on required time frame), shall provide all requirements specified for conference needs in Parts A, B and C below Lodging rates must be within the Government Per Diem rate or lower for selected area. (Washington, DC currently $181/night and Baltimore, MD currently $121/night). VA travelers shall check in individually and shall pay guest room costs by individual Government credit card. Hotel shall provide state and local tax exempt forms for VA travelers to submit as this travel constitutes official business of the Federal Government. A master account shall be established for Group costs (meeting and other room costs in Part B below and food). Proposal must allow Department of Veterans Affairs to use their own audiovisual equipment and if there is a cost incurred for connection to hotel sound system with use of own equipment. TECHNICAL PROPOSAL: A technical proposal shall be submitted addressing the requirements listed and pricing. Your technical proposal should include descriptive literature and commercial list prices of sleeping rooms, meeting room space, meeting space diagrams and square footage and capacity charts, information (availability/cost) on amenities of hotel, i.e., parking, shuttle services; transportation to/from airport, audio visual equipment and menus, and other amenities offered. Pricing information in this section is considered to be part of the technical proposal, not the price proposal. PRICE PROPOSAL: A price proposal in accordance with the following CLINS must be provided. To be eligible for award under this solicitation, the hotel facility must propose for use a facility that is compliant with the requirements of Hotel and Motel Fire Safety Act of 1990 (Public Law 101-391) (15 U.S.C. 2201 et. Seq.) and is listed on the U.S. Fire Administration Hotel and Motel National Master List found at (www.usfa.fema.gov/hotel/search.cfm) and the Central Contractor Registration website (www.ccr.gov). Offers proposing facilities that are not listed will be rejected as technically unacceptable. In addition, the offerors facility must be compliant with the requirements of the Americans with Disabilities Act (Public Law 101-336) (42 U.S.C. 1201 et Seq.). The hotel facility shall accommodate an estimated 600 attendees with the following needs: Part A: Hotel Lodging 0001One hundred and eighty (180) guest rooms with check-in on Tuesday, February 14, 2011, checkout on Friday, February 18, 2011. Four hundred and fifty guest (450) rooms with check-in on Wednesday, February 16, 2011, and check out on Friday, February 18, 2011. Guest rooms must be individual private sleeping rooms with toilet facilities. Payment shall be the sole responsibility of each participant. Lodging Rates shall not exceed the prevailing federal government rate for selected area. CLIN 0001 shall not be priced or awarded on the subsequent contract. Lodging rates are solely to price and ensure per diem rates are not exceeded. Part B: Meeting Space 0002 œCareer Development Conference : One general session room to accommodate one hundred and twenty (120) people set in rounds of 10, without pillars, and 15 ft or greater ceiling (2400 sq. ft. or larger). Room shall be large enough to accommodate space for a Riser with a Podium and Head Table for four (4) people (rear screen projection anticipated). Space to be large enough to place an estimated fifteen (15) double sided 4x8 poster boards at the back of the room for viewing and socializing. Breakfast, AM & PM breaks to be set up in back of room for participants. General Session room will be needed Wednesday, February 16, 2011 “ Friday, February 18, 2011 and must remain on 24 hour hold. AV setup Tuesday all day. 0003 œHRS&D Opening Plenary Session : One general session room to accommodate six hundred (600) people set in classroom style, without pillars, and 15 ft or greater ceiling (12,000 sq. ft. or larger). Room shall be large enough to accommodate additional space for a Riser with a Podium and two (2) Head Tables for six (6) people (rear screen projection anticipated). Space to be large enough to place two (2) large screens on either side of Riser with an additional 3000 sq. ft. for staging (rear screen projection). General Session room will be needed Thursday, February 17, 2011 “ Friday, February 18, 2011 and must remain on 24 hour hold. AV setup Wednesday all day. 0004Staff/Faculty Room “ Set up in Conference Style for ten (10) people. Several skirted tables around perimeter of room for conference materials. Room needed Tuesday, February 15 “ Friday, February 18, 2011. Room must be close to GS. Room must be available on 24-hour basis. 0005Lockable Conference Storage Room “ Several skirted tables around perimeter of room for conference materials. Room needed Tuesday, February 15 “ Friday, February 18, 2011. (300 sq. ft. or larger). Room must be close to GS. Room must be available on 24-hour basis. 0006Lockable AV Storage Room “ Several skirted tables around perimeter of room for equipment. Room needed Tuesday, February 15 “ Friday, February 18, 2011. (800 sq. ft. or larger). Room must be close to GS. Room must be available on 24-hour basis. 0007Exhibit Space “ Outside/near Gneral Session rooms/Around registration area “ space for eight (8) Full Size Pop-Up Exhibits plus two (2) six foot skirted tables per each exhibit. Exhibits to be displayed Tuesday, February 15 “ Friday, February 18, 2011. Space must be available on 24-hour basis. 0008Large Registration Area “ Set up outside the general session meeting rooms with three (3) six foot skirted tables and three (3) six foot skirted tables in back against wall with three (3) ergonomic or office type comfortable chairs and 3-wastebaskets. Set up at 8am on Tuesday, February 15 “ Friday, February 18, 2011. A Job Board will be placed in the registration area. Space must be available on 24-hour basis. 0009Breakout rooms: 1)Breakout Room “ Director ™s Meeting Room-Set up Conference Style for ten (10) people needed on Wednesday, February 16 “ Friday, February 18, 2011. No AV required at this time. Room must be available on 24-hour basis. 2)Breakout Room “ VA Nursing Research Advisory Group “ Set up U-Shape for twenty-five (25) people needed on Wednesday, February 16th. Space to accommodate AV. Room must be available on 24-hour basis. 3)Breakout Room “ VA Quality Scholars “ Set up in rounds of 6 for thirty-five (35) people needed on Wednesday, February 16th. Room to be large enough to accommodate a Podium, Head Table, AV, and a buffet lunch and breaks “ served between 11am- 4pm. Room must be available on 24-hour basis. 4)Breakout Room “ QUERI IRC Meeting “ Set up Conference Style for twenty (20) people needed on Wednesday, February 16th. Space to accommodate AV and Internet. Room must be on 24-hour basis. 5)Career Development Conference: Luncheon Session “ Set up in rounds of 10 for one hundred and twenty (120) people, served from 12:00pm-1:00pm needed on Wednesday, February 16th. Panel Table of five (5) with Podium. AV required. 6)Breakout Room “ Workshop #1 “ Set up in Theater Style for eighty (80) people needed on Wednesday, February 16th. Space to accommodate a Podium and AV. Room must be available on 24-hour basis. 7)Breakout Room “ Workshop #2 “ Set up in Theater Style for eighty (80) people needed on Wednesday, February 16th. Space to accommodate a Podium and AV. Room must be available on 24-hour basis. 8)Breakout Room “ Workshop #3 “ Set up in Theater Style for eighty (80) people needed on Wednesday, February 16th. Space to accommodate a Podium and AV. Room must be available on 24-hour basis. 9)Breakout Room “ Workshop #4 “ Set up in Theater Style for eighty (80) people needed on Wednesday, February 16th. Space to accommodate a Podium and AV. Room must be available on 24-hour basis. 10)Breakout Room “ Workshop #5 “ Set up in Theater Style for eighty (80) people needed on Wednesday, February16th. Space to accommodate a Podium and AV. Room must be available on 24-hour basis. 11)Breakout Room “ QUERI Executive Committee Meeting #1 “ Set up in Conference Style for fifteen (15) people needed on Wednesday, February 16th. AV required. Room must be available on 24-hour basis. 12)Breakout Room “ QUERI Executive Committee Meeting #2 “ Set up in Conference Style for twenty (20) people needed on Wednesday, February 16th. AV required. Room must be available on 24-hour basis. 13)Breakout Room “ QUERI Executive Committee Meeting #3 “ Set up in Conference Style for ten (10) people needed on Wednesday, February 16th. AV required. Room must be available on 24-hour basis. 14)Breakout Room “ Interest Group: Woman ™s Health “ Set up in Theater Style for fifty (50) people needed on Wednesday, February 16th. AV required. Room must be available on 24-hour basis. 15)Breakout Room “ REAP PI Meeting “ Set up in U-Shape for eighteen (18) people needed on Wednesday, February 16th. AV required. Room must be available on 24-hour basis. 16)Breakout Room - Poster Session/Reception “ Setup in an open area to accommodate thirty (30) double sided 4x8 poster boards and 600 people needed on Wednesday, February 16th. 17)Breakout Room “ Career Development Conference: Luncheon Session “ Set up in rounds of 8 for one hundred and twenty (120) people needed on Wednesday, February 16th. Room to accommodate Riser with Podium, Head table for 5.amd AV. AV required. Room must be available on 24-hour basis. 18)Continental Breakfast “ Set up and service for six-hundred (600) people outside General Session room or the Exhibit area or Registration area on Thursday, February 17th and Friday, February 18th 19)Breakout Room “ Interest Group #1 “ Set up in Theater Style for forty (40) people with a Head Table to accommodate five (5) faculty members needed on Thursday, February 17th. AV required. Room must be available on 24-hour basis. 20)Breakout Room “ Interest Group #2 “ Set up in Theater Style for thirty (30) people with a Head Table to accommodate five (5) faculty members needed on Thursday, February 17th. AV required. Room must be available on 24-hour basis. 21)Breakout Room “ Interest Group #3 “ Set up in Theater Style for forthy (40) people with a Head Table to accommodate five (5) faculty members needed on Thursday, February 17th. AV required. Room must be available on 24-hour basis. 22)Breakout Room “ Workshop #1 “ Set up in Theater Style for eighty eighty (80) people. Head table to accommodate six (6) faculty, podim in middle of Riser needed on Thursday, February 17th. AV required. Room must be available on 24-hour basis. 23)Breakout Room “ Workshop #2 “ Set up in Theater Style for eighty (80) people needed on Thursday, February 17th.. AV required. Room must be available on 24-hour basis. 24)Breakout Room “ Workshop #3 “ Set up in Theater Style for eighty (80) people needed on Thursday, February 17th.. AV required. Room must be available on 24-hour basis. 25)Breakout Room “ Workshop #4 “ Set up in Theater Style for eighty (80) people needed on Thursday, February 17th.. AV required. Room must be available on 24-hour basis. 26)Breakout Room “ Workshop #5 “ Set up in Theater Style for eighty (80) people needed on Thursday, February 17th.. AV required. Room must be available on 24-hour basis. 27)Breakout Room “ Workshop #6 “ Set up in Theater Style for eighty (80) people needed on Thursday, February 17th.. AV required. Room must be available on 24-hour basis. 28)Breakout Room “ Workshop #7 “ Set up in Theater Style for eighty (80) people needed on Thursday, February 17th.. AV required. Room must be available on 24-hour basis. 29)HRS&D Luncheon Session “ Set up in Rounds of 10 for six hundred (600) people, served from 12:30pm-2:15pm needed on Thursday, February 17th. Riser, Panel Table of six (6) with Podium between two (2) tables. AV required. 30)Breakout Room “ Paper Session #1 “ Set up in Theater Style for ninety (90) people with a Head Table to accommodate five (5) faculty members needed on Thursday, February 17th.. Podium and AV. This space must be available on 24-hour basis. 31)Breakout Room “ Paper Session #2 “ Set up in Theater Style for ninety (90) people with a Head Table to accommodate five (5) faculty members needed on Thursday, February 17th.. Podium and AV. This space must be available on 24-hour basis. 32)Breakout Room “ Paper Session #3 “ Set up in Theater Style for ninety (90) people with a Head Table to accommodate five (5) faculty members needed on Thursday, February 17th.. Podium and AV. This space must be available on 24-hour basis. 33)Breakout Room “ Paper Session #4 “ Set up in Theater Style for ninety (90) people with a Head Table to accommodate five (5) faculty members needed on Thursday, February 17th.. Podium and AV. This space must be available on 24-hour basis. 34)Breakout Room “ Paper Session #5 “ Set up in Theater Style for ninety (90) people with a Head Table to accommodate five (5) faculty members needed on Thursday, February 17th.. Podium and AV. This space must be available on 24-hour basis. 35)Breakout Room “ Paper Session #6 “ Set up in Theater Style for ninety (90) people with a Head Table to accommodate five (5) faculty members needed on Thursday, February 17th.. Podium and AV. This space must be available on 24-hour basis. 36)Breakout Room “ Paper Session #7 “ Set up in Theater Style for ninety (90) people with a Head Table to accommodate five (5) faculty members needed on Thursday, February 17th.. Podium and AV. This space must be available on 24-hour basis. 37)Breakout Room “ Workshop #1 “ Set up in Theater Style for ninety (90) people with a Head Table to accommodate five (5) faculty members needed on Thursday, February 17th.. Podium and AV. This space must be available on 24-hour basis. 38)Breakout Room “ Workshop #2 “ Set up in Theater Style for ninety (90) people with a Head Table to accommodate five (5) faculty members needed on Thursday, February 17th.. Podium and AV. This space must be available on 24-hour basis. 39)Breakout Room “ Workshop #3 “ Set up in Theater Style for ninety (90) people with a Head Table to accommodate five (5) faculty members needed on Thursday, February 17th.. Podium and AV. This space must be available on 24-hour basis. 40)Breakout Room “ Workshop #4 “ Set up in Theater Style for ninety (90) people with a Head Table to accommodate five (5) faculty members needed on Thursday, February 17th.. Podium and AV. This space must be available on 24-hour basis. 41)Breakout Room “ Workshop #5 “ Set up in Theater Style for ninety (90) people with a Head Table to accommodate five (5) faculty members needed on Thursday, February 17th.. Podium and AV. This space must be available on 24-hour basis. 42)Breakout Room “ Workshop #6 “ Set up in Theater Style for ninety (90) people with a Head Table to accommodate five (5) faculty members needed on Thursday, February 17th.. Podium and AV. This space must be available on 24-hour basis. 43)Breakout Room “ Workshop #7 “ Set up in Theater Style for ninety (90) people with a Head Table to accommodate five (5) faculty members needed on Thursday, February 17th.. Podium and AV. This space must be available on 24-hour basis. 44)Poster Session/Reception “ Manager ™s type Reception with approximately thirty (30) double-sided 4x8 poster boards. Need enough room to socialize and move around “ six-hundred (600) people needed on Thursday, February 17th. 45)Breakout Room - COE/Resource Center PI Meeting “ Set up in U-Shaped Style for twenty-five (25) people needed on Thursday, February 17th. AV required. This space must be available on 24-hour basis. 46)Breakout Room “ Interest Group “ Set up in Theater Style for forty (40) people needed on Thursday, February 17th. No AV required. This space must be available on 24-hour basis. 47)Breakfast Session: Career Development “ Set up in Theater Style for forty (40) people needed on Friday, February 18th. No AV required at this time. This space must be available on 24-hour basis. 48)Breakfast Session: HERC “ Set up in Theater Style for forty (40) people needed on Friday, February 18th. No AV required at this time. This space must be available on 24-hour basis. 49)Breakfast Session: Post-Doc Fellows “ Set up in Theater Style for forty (40) people needed on Friday, February 18th. No AV required at this time. This space must be available on 24-hour basis. 50)Breakfast Session: VA Statisticians “ Set up in Theater Style for forty (40) people needed on Friday, February 18th. No AV required at this time. This space must be available on 24-hour basis. 51)Breakfast Session: VIREC “ Set up in Theater Style for forty (40) people needed on Friday, February 18th. No AV required at this time. This space must be available on 24-hour basis. 52)Breakfast Session: QUERI “ Set up in Theater Style for forty (40) people needed on Friday, February 18th. No AV required at this time. This space must be available on 24-hour basis. 53)Breakfast Session: Pain “ Set up in Theater Style for forty (40) people needed on Friday, February 18th. No AV required at this time. This space must be available on 24-hour basis. 54)Breakfast Session: Disparities “ Set up in Theater Style for forty (40) people needed on Friday, February 18th. No AV required at this time. This space must be available on 24-hour basis. 55)Breakfast Session: Rural Health “ Set up in Theater Style for forty (40) people needed on Friday, February 18th. No AV required at this time. This space must be available on 24-hour basis. 56)Breakfast Session: Caregiver Interest Group “ Set up in Theater Style for forty (40) people needed on Friday, February 18th. No AV required at this time. This space must be available on 24-hour basis. 57)Breakout Room “ Paper Session #1 “ Set up in Theater Style for ninety (90) people with Head Table to accommodate five (5) faculty members needed on Friday, February 18th. Podium and AV required. This space must be available on 24-hour basis. 58)Breakout Room “ Paper Session #2 “ Set up in Theater Style for ninety (90) people with Head Table to accommodate five (5) faculty members needed on Friday, February 18th. Podium and AV required. This space must be available on 24-hour basis. 59)Breakout Room “ Paper Session #3 “ Set up in Theater Style for ninety (90) people with Head Table to accommodate five (5) faculty members needed on Friday, February 18th. Podium and AV required. This space must be available on 24-hour basis. 60)Breakout Room “ Paper Session #4 “ Set up in Theater Style for ninety (90) people with Head Table to accommodate five (5) faculty members needed on Friday, February 18th. Podium and AV required. This space must be available on 24-hour basis. 61)Breakout Room “ Paper Session #5 “ Set up in Theater Style for ninety (90) people with Head Table to accommodate five (5) faculty members needed on Friday, February 18th. Podium and AV required. This space must be available on 24-hour basis. 62)Breakout Room “ Paper Session #6 “ Set up in Theater Style for ninety (90) people with Head Table to accommodate five (5) faculty members needed on Friday, February 18th. Podium and AV required. This space must be available on 24-hour basis. 63)Breakout Room “ Paper Session #7 “ Set up in Theater Style for ninety (90) people with Head Table to accommodate five (5) faculty members needed on Friday, February 18th. Podium and AV required. This space must be available on 24-hour basis. 64)Breakout Room “ HSR&D Meeting De-Brief “ Set up in U-Shaped for twenty (20) people needed on Friday, February 18th. No AV required. This space must be available on 24-hour basis. 65)Breakout Room “ Interest Group “ Genomics “ Set up in Theater Style for thirty (30) people and Head Table to accommodate five (5) faculty members needed on Friday, February 18th. No AV required. This space must be available on 24-hour basis. 66)Breakout Room “ Interest Group “ Health Professions Education Research “ Set up in Theater Style for thirty (30) people and a Head table to accommodate five (5) faculty members needed on Friday, February 18th. No Av required. This space must be available on 24-hour basis. 67)Breakout Room “ Interest Group “ DOD “ Set up in Theater Style for forty (40) people and a Head table to accommodate five (5) faculty members needed on Friday, February 18th. No Av required. This space must be available on 24-hour basis. 68)Breakout Room “ Interest Group “ Quality Measurement “ Set up in Theater Style for forty (40) people and a Head table to accommodate five (5) faculty members needed on Friday, February 18th. No Av required. This space must be available on 24-hour basis. 69)Breakout Room “ Interest Group “ Management Research “ Set up in Hollow Square for thirty-five (35) people needed on Friday, February 18th. No Av required. This space must be available on 24-hour basis. 70)Breakout Room “ Interest Group “ CIPRS #1 “ Set up in Conference Style for ten (10) people with a Podium at front of room needed on Friday, February 18th. No AV required. This space must be available on 24-hour basis. 71)Breakout Room “ Interest Group “ CIPRS #2 “ Set up in Conference Style for ten (10) people with a Podium at front of room needed on Friday, February 18th. No AV required. This space must be available on 24-hour basis. 72)Breakout Room “ Interest Group “ CIPRS #3 “ Set up in Conference Style for ten (10) people with a Podium at front of room needed on Friday, February 18th. No AV required. This space must be available on 24-hour basis. Part C: Other Requirements 01 NOTE: Federal Government reserves the right to hire an outside audiovisual company without any penalties incurred as part of the fair practice procurement regulations. Award will be made to the offeror determined to be most advantageous to the Government price and other factors considered. Award may be made with or without discussions with the offeror(s). Department of Veterans Affairs reserves the right to conduct an on-site inspection of offered facilities. All responsible sources that can meet the requirements and provide items as listed above may respond to this solicitation by submitting price and technical proposals. Any offer that does not meet the solicitation requirements will be rejected as technically unacceptable. The following provisions and clauses shall apply to this solicitation: FAR 52.252-2 Clauses Incorporated by Reference. This Solicitation incorporates one or more clauses by reference, with the same force and effect as if they were given in full text. Upon request, the Contracting Officer will make their full text available. Also, the full text of a clause may be accessed electronically at these locations: http://www.arnet.gov/far (FAR) and http://www.va.govoa&mm/vaar/ (VAAR); 52.212-1 Instructions to Offerors Commercial Items; 52.212-2 Evaluation Commercial Items. Commercial Items; 52.212-2 Evaluation Commercial Items (factors listed in descending order of importance): I. Technical Evaluation Factors: Size and Quality of Services and Accommodations 1. Guest Room and Meeting Space in a single facility. While the government may review alternate proposals, it ™s highest preference is a single venue. 2. Meeting Space: Flexibility, Availability of Guest Rooms Required, Meeting Space as Requested, Quality of Meeting Space. A Department of Veterans Affairs Representative may schedule a site visit to validate size and quality of meeting space and accommodations. 3. Hotel Quality: Last renovation/update, Site Visit Observations, Literature Descriptions, Online Reviews, Event planner feedback, if available. 4. Hotel Services: Full Service Hotel, Fitness Center, Parking, Guest room Internet, Onsite Restaurants, Shuttle to/from Airport. Variety of restaurants and shops within walking distance (not to exceed 3-4 normal city blocks) in a safe area. 5. Location: Proximity to downtown, airport, Metro/light rail, restaurants, and outside activities 5. Added Value: Complimentary/Discount AM/PM Breaks, Other Food and Beverage Discounts, Discount to Attendees on Food Outlets, Complimentary/Discount Guest Room Internet, Complimentary/Discount Meeting Room Internet, Complimentary Airport Transfers, Complimentary/Discount Shuttle Service, Room Upgrades at group rate, Complimentary/Discount Reception, Complimentary Guest Rooms, Complimentary/Discount Parking, and other complimentary considerations. The Department of Veterans Affairs policy will not guarantee a minimum amount of food and beverage revenue. II. Past Performance 1. Feedback from other planners 2. Provide up to three references of events of similar size and scope 3. Reviews online and commercially available customer comments III. Price Factors: 1. Lodging rates (room rates at or below per diem) 2. Meeting Room Costs as set forth in B above 3. Break light refreshments costs 4. Luncheon costs 5. Other discounts or cost factors The following factors shall be used to evaluate offers: Technical Acceptance, Past Performance, and Price in descending order of importance. Subfactors are of approximately equivalent importance. The factors other than Price, when combined, are more important than Price. FAR 52.212-4 Contract Terms and Conditions Commercial Items; 52.212-5 Contract Terms and Conditions Required to Implement Statutes on Executive Orders Commercial Items and in accordance with FAR 12.603(c) (2)(xii) the following provisions under the clause apply (b)(11)-(b)(15), (b)(19)(i), (b)(21), (b)(25) (b)(26) applies if Government Purchase Card is used, (c)(1), (c)(2), and (c)(4);; 52.233-2 Service of Protest (Sep 2006); VAAR 852-233-70 Protest Content/Alternative Dispute Resolution (JAN 2008); VAAR 852-233-71 Alternate Protest Procedure (JAN 1998); VAAR 852.270-4 Commercial Advertising; 852.237-70 Contractor Responsibilities; and 852.270-1 Representatives of Contracting Officers. 52.212-3 Offeror Representations and Certification-Commercial Items. Offerors must include a completed copy of the FAR 52.212-3 Offeror Representations and Certification along with proposal or be registered with On-Line Representations and Certifications (ORCA). Proposals shall include all information required in FAR 52.212-1, Schedule of Prices Offered, and a completed copy of provision FAR 52-212-3 or a statement of ORCA completion. Submit all price Proposals, descriptive literature, and technical proposal to: Susie L. Riedthaler, CGMP Event Manager/Contracting Officer Department of Veterans Affairs, Employee Education System 550 Foothill Drive, Suite 100 Salt Lake City, UT 84113 Phone “ 801-924-6842 Fax - 801-924-6806 or 6811 email Susie.Riedthaler@va.gov Faxed proposals will be accepted. Web-based proposals will not be accepted. Closing date for receipt of proposals: Monday, December 13, 2010 at 3:00 PM ET Contracting Office Address: St. Louis Employee Education System; VA Medical Center, Bldg 2; 1 Jefferson Barracks Drive, St. Louis, MO 63125
 
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