Agreement Exceptions/Deviations Explanation Sample Clauses

Agreement Exceptions/Deviations Explanation. If the proposing Vendor desires to deviate form the Vendor Agreement language, all such deviations must be listed on this attribute, with complete and detailed conditions and information included. TIPS will consider any deviations in its proposal award decisions, and TIPS reserves the right to accept or reject any proposal based upon any deviations indicated below. In the absence of any deviation entry on this attribute, the proposer assures TIPS of their full compliance with the Vendor Agreement. No response
Agreement Exceptions/Deviations Explanation. If the proposing Vendor desires to deviate form the Vendor Agreement language, all such deviations must be listed on this attribute, with complete and detailed conditions and information included. TIPS will consider any deviations in its proposal award decisions, and TIPS reserves the right to accept or reject any proposal based upon any deviations indicated below. In the absence of any deviation entry on this attribute, the proposer assures TIPS of their full compliance with the Vendor Agreement. 8 No response 8 Felony Conviction Notice 9 Texas Education Code, Section 44.034, Notification of Criminal History, Subsection (a), statesa person or business
Agreement Exceptions/Deviations Explanation. If the proposing Vendor desires to deviate form the Vendor Agreement language, all such deviations must be listed on this attribute, with complete and detailed conditions and information included. TIPS will consider any deviations in its proposal award decisions, and TIPS reserves the right to accept or reject any proposal based upon any deviations indicated below. In the absence of any deviation entry on this attribute, the proposer assures TIPS of their full compliance with the Vendor Agreement. 81 Felony Conviction Notice Texas Education Code, Section 44.034, Notification of B. Firm not owned nor operated by Criminal History, Subsection (a), statesa person or felon; per above business entity that enters into a contract with a school district must give advance notice to the district if the person or an owner or operator of the business entity has been convicted of a felony. The notice must include a general description of the conduct resulting in the conviction of a felony.” Subsection (b) states “a school district may terminate a contract with a person or business entity if the district determines that the person or business entity failed to give notice as required by Subsection (a) or misrepresented the conduct resulting in the conviction.
Agreement Exceptions/Deviations Explanation. If the proposing Vendor desires to deviate form the Vendor Agreement language, all such deviations must be listed on this attribute, with complete and detailed conditions and information included. TIPS will consider any deviations in its proposal award decisions, and TIPS reserves the right to accept or reject any proposal based upon any deviations indicated below. In the absence of any deviation entry on this attribute, the proposer assures TIPS of their full compliance with the Vendor Agreement. 85 Texas Business and Commerce Code § 272 SB 807 prohibits construction contracts to have provisions (No Response Required) Requirements as of 9-1-2017 requiring the contract to be subject to the laws of another state, to be required to litigate the contract in another state, or to require arbitration in another state. A contract with such provisions is voidable. Under this new statute, a “construction contract” includes contracts, subcontracts, or agreements with (among others) architects, engineers, contractors, construction managers, equipment lessors, or materials suppliers. “Construction contracts” are for the design, construction, alteration, renovation, remodeling, or repair of any building or improvement to real property, or for furnishing materials or equipment for the project. The term also includes moving, demolition, or excavation. BY RESPONDING TO THIS SOLICITATION, AND WHEN APPLICABLE, THE PROPOSER AGREES TO COMPLY WITH THE TEXAS BUSINESS AND COMMERCE CODE § 272 WHEN EXECUTING CONTRACTS WITH TIPS MEMBERS THAT ARE TEXAS GOVERNMENT ENTITIES. Line Items Response Total: $0.00 REFERENCES Please provide three (3) references, preferably from school districts or other governmental entities who have used your services within the last three years. Additional references may be required. DO NOT INCLUDE TIPS EMPLOYEES AS A REFERENCE. You may provide more than three (3) references. Entity Name Contact Person Email Phone Coppell ISD Sid Grant (Assistant Superintendent) sgrant@coppellisd.com (214) 496-6000 Southlake Carroll ISD Matthew Milller (Assistant Superintendent) matthew.miller@southlakecarroll.edu (817) 949-8210 City of Bedford Maria Redburn (Library Manager) maria.redburn@bedfordtx.gov (817) 952-2332 University of North Texas Jeannine Vail (Staff Architect) jeannine.vail@untsystem.edu (940) 565-3785 University of Texas at Dallas Nick Argueta (Staff Engineer) narguet@utdallas.edu (972) 883-6834 City of Dallas Terrence Hamilton (Project Manager) terrence.ham...
Agreement Exceptions/Deviations Explanation. If the proposing Vendor desires to deviate form the Vendor Agreement language, all such deviations must be listed on this attribute, with complete and detailed conditions and information included. TIPS will consider any deviations in its proposal award decisions, and TIPS reserves the right to accept or reject any proposal based upon any deviations indicated below. In the absence of any deviation entry on this attribute, the proposer assures TIPS of their full compliance with the Vendor Agreement. Line Items Response Total: $0.00 REFERENCES Please provide three (3) references, preferably from school districts or other governmental entities who have used your services within the last three years. Additional references may be required. DO NOT INCLUDE TIPS EMPLOYEES AS A REFERENCE. Please verify your references are current and valid, as they are a SIGNIFICANT required evaluation component of the evaluation process, and the evaluation cannot be completed without responses from these references when we contact them. You may provide more than three (3) references. Entity Name Contact Person VALID EMAIL IS REQUIRED Phone Charles County Gov't, MD David Defalco defalcod@charlescountymd.gov (240)-299-1002 City of Euless, TX Kyle McAdams kmcadams@eulesstx.gov (817) 685-1598 City of Lewisville, TX Francis Mascarenhas fmascarenhas@cityoflewisville.com (972) 219-3769 City of Richardson, TX George Berney george.berney@cor.gov (972) 744-4274 Hazel Crest School District 152 1/2, IL Bill Hulett/Nicole Smith whulett@sd1525.org/nsmith@sd1525.or (708) 335-0790 New Carrollton County, MD Tim George rgeorge@newcarrolltonmd.gov (301)-459-6100 Prince George's County, MD Tyrone Simmons tcsimmons@co.pg.md.us (301)-343-1481 Town of Addison, TX Rob Bourestom rbourestom@addisontx.gov (972) 450-6203 University of North Texas Randy Salsman randy.salsman@unt.edu (940) 369-7348 Rev. 10/14 HUB Subcontracting Plan (HSP) QUICK CHECKLIST While this HSP Quick Checklist is being provided to merely assist you in readily identifying the sections of the HSP form that you will need to complete, it is very important that you adhere to the instructions in the HSP form and instructions provided by the contracting agency. If you will be awarding all of the subcontracting work you have to offer under the contract to only Texas certified HUB vendors, complete:
Agreement Exceptions/Deviations Explanation. If the proposing Vendor desires to deviate form the Vendor Agreement language, all such deviations must be listed on this attribute, with complete and detailed conditions and information included. TIPS will consider any deviations in its proposal award decisions, and TIPS reserves the right to accept or reject any proposal based upon any deviations indicated below. In the absence of any deviation entry on this attribute, the proposer assures TIPS of their full compliance with the Vendor Agreement. Line Items Response Total: $0.00 REFERENCES Please provide three (3) references, preferably from school districts or other governmental entities who have used your services within the last three years. Additional references may be required. DO NOT INCLUDE TIPS EMPLOYEES AS A REFERENCE. You may provide more than three (3) references. Entity Name Contact Person Email Phone San Antonio ISD J.Enrique Jimenez jjimenez6@saisd.net (210) 554‐2420 Weslaco ISD Americo Garza AMGARZA@wisd.us (956) 969‐6515
Agreement Exceptions/Deviations Explanation. If the proposing Vendor desires to deviate form the Vendor Agreement language, all such deviations must be listed on this attribute, with complete and detailed conditions and information included. TIPS will consider any deviations in its proposal award decisions, and TIPS reserves the right to accept or reject any proposal based upon any deviations indicated below. In the absence of any deviation entry on this attribute, the proposer assures TIPS of their full compliance with the Vendor Agreement. No response REFERENCES Please provide three (3) references, preferably from school districts or other governmental entities who have used your services within the last three years. Additional references may be required. DO NOT INCLUDE TIPS EMPLOYEES AS A REFERENCE. You may provide more than three (3) references. Entity Name Contact Person VALID EMAIL IS REQUIRED Phone Frenship ISD Tim Williams twilliams@frenship.us 806-866-0963 Lubbock Christian University Wilbur Jones wilbur.jones@lcu.edu 806-577-7657 Abilene Christian University Corey Ruffe clr06a@acu.edu 325-674-2665 TIPS RFP # 210205 Required Confidential Information Status Form WTA Control Consultants & Services, Inc. Name of company Brad Fisk - President Printed Name and Title of authorized company officer declaring below the confidential status of material 12402 Slide Rd., Ste 406 Lubbock TX 79424 8065432826 Address City State ZIP Phone ALL VENDORS MUST COMPLETE THE ABOVE SECTION CONFIDENTIAL INFORMATION SUBMITTED IN RESPONSE TO COMPETITIVE PROCUREMENT REQUESTS OF EDUCATION SERVICE CENTER REGION 8 AND TIPS (ESC8) IS GOVERNED BY TEXAS GOVERNMENT CODE, CHAPTER 552 If you consider any portion of your proposal to be confidential information and not subject to public disclosure pursuant to Chapter 552 Texas Gov’t Code or other law(s), you must attach a copy of all claimed confidential materials within your proposal and put this COMPLETED form as a cover sheet to said materials then scan, name “CONFIDENTIAL” and upload with your proposal submission. (You must include all the confidential information in the submitted proposal. The copy uploaded is to indicate which material in your proposal, if any, you deem confidential in the event the receives a Public Information Request.) ESC8 and TIPS will follow procedures of controlling statute(s) regarding any claim of confidentiality and shall not be liable for any release of information required by law. Upon your claim and your defense to the Office of Texas Attorney G...
Agreement Exceptions/Deviations Explanation. If the proposing Vendor desires to deviate form the Vendor Agreement language, all such deviations must be listed on this attribute, with complete and detailed conditions and information included. TIPS will consider any deviations in its proposal award decisions, and TIPS reserves the right to accept or reject any proposal based upon any deviations indicated below. In the absence of any deviation entry on this attribute, the proposer assures TIPS of their full compliance with the Vendor Agreement. 85 Texas Business and Commerce Code § 272 SB 807 prohibits construction contracts to have provisions (No Response Required) Requirements as of 9-1-2017 requiring the contract to be subject to the laws of another state, to be required to litigate the contract in another state, or to require arbitration in another state. A contract with such provisions is voidable. Under this new statute, a “construction contract” includes contracts, subcontracts, or agreements with (among others) architects, engineers, contractors, construction managers, equipment lessors, or materials suppliers. “Construction contracts” are for the design, construction, alteration, renovation, remodeling, or repair of any building or improvement to real property, or for furnishing materials or equipment for the project. The term also includes moving, demolition, or excavation. BY RESPONDING TO THIS SOLICITATION, AND WHEN APPLICABLE, THE PROPOSER AGREES TO COMPLY WITH THE TEXAS BUSINESS AND COMMERCE CODE § 272 WHEN EXECUTING CONTRACTS WITH TIPS MEMBERS THAT ARE TEXAS GOVERNMENT ENTITIES. Line Items Response Total: $0.00 REFERENCES Please provide three (3) references, preferably from school districts or other governmental entities who have used your services within the last three years. Additional references may be required. DO NOT INCLUDE TIPS EMPLOYEES AS A REFERENCE. You may provide more than three (3) references. Entity Name Contact Person Email Phone NYC Mayor's Office Marie Delus - Acting Agency Chief Contracting Officer mdelus@cityhall.nyc.gov 212-788-2680 Office of New York City Comptroller Scott M. Stringer Wendy Garcia - Chief Diversity Officer wgarcia@comptroller.nyc.gov 212-669-3538 NYC Police Department Valerie Byrne -NYPD-TARU valerie.byrne@nypd.org 718-971-1417 NYC Fire Department Denisse Lara - Procurement Analyst larad@fdny.nyc.gov 718-999-1315 NYC Department of Investigation Vicki C. Davie - Agency Chief Contracting Officer vdavie@doi.nyc.gov 212.825.2875 NYC Department of Investi...
Agreement Exceptions/Deviations Explanation. If the proposing Vendor desires to deviate form the Vendor Agreement language, all such deviations must be listed on this attribute, with complete and detailed conditions and information included. TIPS will consider any deviations in its proposal award decisions, and TIPS reserves the right to accept or reject any proposal based upon any deviations indicated below. In the absence of any deviation entry on this attribute, the proposer assures TIPS of their full compliance with the Vendor Agreement. 85 Texas Business and Commerce Code § 272 SB 807 prohibits construction contracts to have provisions (No Response Required) Requirements as of 9-1-2017 requiring the contract to be subject to the laws of another state, to be required to litigate the contract in another state, or to require arbitration in another state. A contract with such provisions is voidable. Under this new statute, a “construction contract” includes contracts, subcontracts, or agreements with (among others) architects, engineers, contractors, construction managers, equipment lessors, or materials suppliers. “Construction contracts” are for the design, construction, alteration, renovation, remodeling, or repair of any building or improvement to real property, or for furnishing materials or equipment for the project. The term also includes moving, demolition, or excavation. BY RESPONDING TO THIS SOLICITATION, AND WHEN APPLICABLE, THE PROPOSER AGREES TO COMPLY WITH THE TEXAS BUSINESS AND COMMERCE CODE § 272 WHEN EXECUTING CONTRACTS WITH TIPS MEMBERS THAT ARE TEXAS GOVERNMENT ENTITIES. Line Items Response Total: $0.00 REFERENCES Please provide three (3) references, preferably from school districts or other governmental entities who have used your services within the last three years. Additional references may be required. DO NOT INCLUDE TIPS EMPLOYEES AS A REFERENCE. You may provide more than three (3) references. Entity Name Contact Person Email Phone Grimes County Gregg Cannon gregg.cannon@co.grimes.tx.us 936-727-3009 South Texas Nuclear Project James Walker jnwalker@stpegs.com 361-972-4737 City of Friendswood James Toney jtoney@friendswood.com 281-966-3229 Greater Houston Partnership Danial Carmona dcarmona@houston.org 713-844-3674 Eagle Mountain-Saginaw ISD Kirk Murdock kmurdock@ems-isd.net 817-232-0880 Technology DELIVERED 877-343-1212 info@enter-sys.com www.enter-sys.com BUSINESS COMMUNICATION SYSTEMS NETWORK SECURITY Avaya enterprise solutions solve key challenges like supporting users th...
Agreement Exceptions/Deviations Explanation. If the proposing Vendor desires to deviate form the Vendor Agreement language, all such deviations must be listed on this attribute, with complete and detailed conditions and information included. TIPS will consider any deviations in its proposal award decisions, and TIPS reserves the right to accept or reject any proposal based upon any deviations indicated below. In the absence of any deviation entry on this attribute, the proposer assures TIPS of their full compliance with the Vendor Agreement. No response 200201 ■ RLI Surety 222 W. Las Colinas Blvd. | Suite 2100N | Irving, TX 75039 A division of RLI Insurance Company P: 972-677-2174 | F: 309-689-3937 | www.rlicorp.com April 2, 2020 To: Whom It May Concern RE: Job Order Contracts (JOC) Proposals Dear Sirs, We are providing this letter at the request of Texoma X-Treme Roofing and Construction, LLC RLI Insurance Company has been surety for Texoma X-Treme Roofing and Construction, LLC since 2019. They maintain a surety line of credit with RLI Insurance Company. We are willing to consider single bonds in the $ 400,000 range and aggregate programs in the $ 500,000 range. If Texoma X-Treme Roofing and Construction, LLC is awarded a contract, we are willing to favorably consider the issuance of the required performance and payment bonds subject to our and their satisfaction with the contract documents and financing. RLI Insurance Company is listed on the U.S. Treasury Department’s listing of approved sureties and is rated A+ by A. M. Best Company and licensed in the state of Texas. We recommend Texoma X-Treme Roofing and Construction, LLC to you and should you require further information please do not hesitate to call us. Sincerely yours, Randy Barron Randy Barron, Surety Manager RLI Corp. Dallas Contract 972-677-2174