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M30146-19-008 - Invitation to Bid - Bid Submission Form

General Information

Document Type:PRESOL
Posted Date:Oct 29, 2018
Category: Miscellaneous
Set Aside:N/A

Contracting Office Address

Department of the Navy, United States Marine Corps, MCAS Cherry Point, Cherry Point Satellite Contracting Office, PSC Box 8018 MCAS, Cherry Point, North Carolina, 28533-0018, United States


Bid Submission Form Invitation to Bid Material: 40,000 pounds of Baled Old Corrugated Containers (OCC). Foreign matter not to exceed 10% of total weight. The Buyer is invited to inspect the property prior to submitting a bid. Call 252-466-2864 to schedule an appointment. The Government reserves the right to vary the quantity tendered or delivered to the Purchaser by 10 percent when the property is sold by weight. 1. INSTRUCTIONS. All bids must be received by the Bid Deadline, November 2, 2018 2:00pm EST. Bids may be mailed/faxed/emailed/hand delivered to: Environmental Affairs Department Attn: Jason Cornelison, QRP Manager 4226 Access Rd MCAS Cherry Point, NC 28533 FAX: 252-466-2000 EMAIL: Jason.cornelison@usmc.mil 2. CONSIDERATION OF BIDS, MODIFICATIONS, OR WITHDRAWLS. The Government reserves the right to reject any or all bids. Award will be made to the highest responsive and responsible bidder. When two or more highest bids are equal in all respects, award shall be made by drawing, limited to the highest equal bids. The drawing shall be witnessed by at least two persons. By signing the bid, the buyer guarantees its bid price until material is removed. 3. BUYER ELIGIBILTY. The Buyer must be a United States citizen and eligible to obtain a Department of State, Department of Commerce, or Office of Foreign Assets Control export license. The Buyer is required to report suspected instances involving fraud and abuse, theft or violation of the Arms Export Control Act, illicit diversion of U.S. export controlled technology, or other violations of U.S. Export laws and regulations involving DoD programs and operations. 4. DEPOSIT/PAYMENT. The Buyer will be invoiced on the weight received. All billing weights will be based on the QRPs certified base scales weight tickets. Payment must be made within fifteen (15) days upon receipt of the invoice. Check will be made to the U.S. Treasury and FEDEX/UPS to the address listed in the bid submission form or hand delivered to the QRP office in Bldg. 4223. Failure to make payment will result in legal action to recover invoiced funds. 5. LOCATION OF PROPERTY. Material is stored at the Material Recycling Facility, Building 4638 Access Road. MCAS Cherry Point will load the materials with the use of a forklift and is not responsible for damage to any containers. If the use of other equipment is necessary the Buyer is responsible for providing and operating the equipment. 6. SCHEDULED PICK UP. The successful bidder will be required to pick-up the commodity within 96 hours of the date of award after making arrangements with MCAS Cherry Point-QRP for weigh-in and picking up the commodity between 8:00am - 2:00pm, Monday - Friday, excluding Federal holidays. 7. BILL OF LADING. Bill of Lading will be created at the time of pick up and will document the quantity, in pound, removed from MCAS Cherry Point. A copy of the Bill of Lading will be retained by MCAS Cherry Point-QRP. 8. TRANSPORTATION. The Buyer shall provide trucks that are DOT approved. The vehicles shall possess control devise to prevent spillage. The Buyer shall comply with DOT containment requirements for transporting the materials, DOT vehicle and weight transportation requirements, and adhere to all applicable safety, fire, environment, and OSHA laws, rules and regulations. The Buyer is responsible for the cleanup of all spillage both on and off the installation. The Buyer agrees to provide transportation related to the pick-up and/or shipment of the recyclable materials at no charge to the Recycling Program and/or Government. The successful bidder shall weigh transport vehicle(s) before leaving MCAS Cherry Point-QRP at the Material Recovery Facility scale, Building 4638 Access Road. The weight tickets (original) shall be provided to MCAS Cherry Point-QRP for inclusion into contract records. 9. SECURING THE LOAD. Securing the load is the sole responsibility of the Buyer or his/her agent. The Buyer assumes total responsibility and liability of the material once they are in the Buyers possession, and shall hold harmless and indemnify the United States and MCAS Cherry Point and its contracting authority. 10. TERMINATION OF THE CONTRACT FOR DEFAULT. MCAS Cherry Point-QRP may terminate this agreement in whole or in part for failure of the successful bidder to perform any of its obligations under the contract. In such event, the successful bidder shall be liable for damages including the excess costs of re-procuring bids, or the loss to MCAS Cherry Point-QRP in procuring low bids. a. Upon default, successful bidder shall lose all rights, title, and interest in the property. If a successful bidder removed part of a commodity, but fails to remove the remainder within the time specified for removal, the contract will be terminated for default in part and the successful bidder will not be entitled to a refund of any portion of the price paid, including deposit, for said commodity. Successful bidders who are terminated for default may be referred/recommended for debarment from purchasing any MCAS Cherry Point-QRP commodities. 11. TERMINATION OF THE CONTRACT FOR CONVENIENCE. MCAS Cherry Point-QRP may terminate this agreement in whole or in part when it is in MCAS Cherry Point-QRPs best interest, by providing written notice of such termination to the successful bidder. In the event the contract is terminated for the Convenience of MCAS Cherry Point-QRP, the successful bidders sole remedy will be a refund of any portion of the price paid for commodities not received. 12. DAMAGE TO GOVERNMENT PROPERTY. Any damage to government property during the successful bidders removal operations is the responsibility of the successful bidder, if deemed by the Manager, MCAS Cherry Point-QRP that the successful bidder or his/her agent or employee was at fault, will be repaired at the successful bidders expense, to its original state or reasonable facsimile thereof to the satisfaction of MCAS Cherry Point-QRP. 13. CONTRACT DISPUTES. All contract disputes will be resolved by the MCAS Cherry Point-QRP Manager. 14. BASE ACCESS, SAFETY AND LISCENSING. The successful bidder agrees to provide vehicles and vehicle operators that are in current compliance with state and local vehicle safety and licensing requirements, and comply with MCAS Cherry Point access policies and procedures.

Original Point of Contact

POC Jason E Cornelison, Phone: 2524662864

Place of Performance

Material Recovery Facility, Bldg 4638, Cherry Point, North Carolina, 28533, United States
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