Uscg Basic Ordering Agreement

a basic contract is a written instrument of agreement negotiated between an agency, contract activity or contract office and a contractor, which contains (1) terms and conditions applicable to future contracts (orders) between the parties during its term; (2) a description as specific as possible of the supplies or services to be provided and (3) the pricing methods; Issuance and delivery of future orders under the basic order contract. A basic order agreement is not a contract. (iii) list one or more governmental activities empowered to give orders under the agreement; This agreement may be used to expedite the procurement of uncertain supplies or services where certain items, quantities and prices are not known at the time of performance of the contract, but a significant number of requirements are likely to be acquired by the contractor. Coast Guard, Shore Infrastructure Logistics Center (SILC) (COCO-BSS-cob-1), Norfolk, VA, to identify sources capable of providing emergency services for the mitigation, clean-up and/or reduction of the adverse effects of oil pollution and hazardous substances incidents in or in waters under the jurisdiction of the United States, under the jurisdiction of all U.S. Coast Guard; The first, fifth, seventh, eighth, ninth, eleventh, thirteenth, fourteenth and seventeenth coast guard districts. The contractor is obliged to provide all labour, materials, equipment, transport and follow-up necessary for the provision of services. The primary supply area will include the entire United States and its territories, including, but not limited to, Puerto Rico, the Virgin Islands, Guam, the Mariana Islands, and American Samoa. The Coast Guard intends to negotiate a basic time and material (BOA) contract with environmental contractors selected on the basis of this selection of sources. there is no written invitation; SO DO NOT ASK FOR A COPY OF THE INVITATION. Potential contractors with the necessary skills and competencies: To meet the stated requirement, order (COCO-BSS-cob-1), Shore Infrastructure Logistics Center, 300 East Main Street, Norfolk, VA 23510-9112, no later than 16:00 Eastern Standard Time, January 31, 2014, an expression of interest and performance (by mail or other non-electronic means). On the front of the envelope, indicate „BOA Sources Sought Submittal“. To be considered, potential contractors must provide the following information with their letter of interest: (1) Proof of vehicle liability and general public insurance for bodily injury in the amount of USD 500,000.00 per event / USD 1,000 000.00 Total and property damage of at least USD 1,000,000.00 per event / USD 5,000,000.00 in total.

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