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Community College DistrictPurchasing ServicesPurchase of Lincoln ElectricSystem 5 – 100iC/12 RobotArm & Fanuc Arcmate100iC/12 Robot Arm andMiscellaneous Accessories (orequal)Bid #1285Bid Deadline:April 26, 2016 at 2:00pmBid Dea2323 North Broadway, Suite 109, Santa Ana CA 92706 Phone 714.480.7370 Fax 714.796.3907

Bid #1285 – Purchase of Lincoln Electric System 5 – 100iC/12 Robot Arm & Fanuc Arcmate100iC/12 Robot Arm and Miscellaneous Accessories (or equal)Table of ContentsNo. of PagesNotice Calling for Bids . 1Information for Bidders . 4Business Enterprises . 5Statement of Compliance . 1*Non-Collusion Declaration . 1 District Insurance Requirements . 1 Workers’ Compensation Certificate . 1 Drug-Free Workplace Certification . 2General Conditions . 8*Questionnaire .1*References .2*Bid Form . .4*Signature Page 1*IF THE FOLLOWING ITEMS ARE NOT RETURNED AT THE TIME OF THE BID OPENING,THE BIDDER WILL BE DECLARED NON-RESPONSIVE. ITEMS WHICH SUCCESSFUL BIDDER MUST SUBMIT AFTER THE AWARD.

RANCHO SANTIAGO COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICTSanta Ana, CA 92706NOTICE CALLING FOR BIDSThe Board of Trustees of the Rancho Santiago Community College District is advertising for bidsto be received up to April 26, 2016 at 2:00pm in the Rancho Santiago Community College District,Purchasing Department, 2323 N Broadway – Room 109, Santa Ana, CA 92706.Bid #1284 – Purchase of Vertical Mill & Tooling LatheBid #1285 – Purchase of Lincoln Electric System 5 – 100iC/12 Robot Arm & Fanuc Arcmate100iC/12 Robot Arm and Miscellaneous Accessories (or equal)Bid #1286 – Purchase of Laser Star Technologies Laser Welding Workstations &Accessories (or equal)Bid documents are available at www.rsccd.edu/bidopportunities. Bidders are responsible toregularly check the District’s website for addendums. For further information, contact MarshaCarmichael, at the above address, phone (714) 480-7379 or email carmichael marsha@rsccd.edu.Tracey Conner-CrabbeDirector of Purchasing ServicesAdvertised:OC RegisterMarch 29 & April 5, 2016Notice Calling for BidsPage 1

INFORMATION FOR BIDDERSWARNING:READ THIS DOCUMENT CAREFULLY. DO NOT ASSUMETHAT IT IS THE SAME AS OTHER SIMILAR DOCUMENTSYOU MAY HAVE SEEN, EVEN IF FROM THE SAME DISTRICT.1.Preparation of Bid Form. Bids shall be submitted on the prescribed Bid Form, completed infull. All bid items and statements shall be properly and legibly filled out. Numbers shall be statedboth in words and in figures where so indicated, and where there is a conflict in the words and thefigures, the words shall control over the numbers. The signatures of all persons shall be in longhandand in ink. Prices, wording and notations must be in ink or typewritten.2.Form and Delivery of Bids. The bid must conform and be responsive to all Bid Documentsand shall be made on the Bid Form provided, and the complete bid, together with any and alladditional materials as required, shall be enclosed in a sealed envelope, addressed and hand deliveredor mailed to the DISTRICT at: Rancho Santiago Community College District, PurchasingServices, 2323 N. Broadway - Room 109, Santa Ana, CA 92706, and must be received on orbefore the bid deadline (Public Contract Code Section 20112). The envelope shall be plainlymarked in the upper left hand corner with the bidder's name, the Bid designation and the date andtime for the opening of bids. It is the bidder's sole responsibility to ensure that its bid is receivedprior to the bid deadline. In accordance with Government Code Section 53068, any bid receivedafter the scheduled closing time for receipt of bids shall be returned to the bidder unopened. At thetime and place set forth for the opening of bids, the sealed bids will be opened and publicly readaloud. However, if prequalification of bidders is required pursuant to Public Contract Code Section20111.5 only those sealed bids received from prequalified bidders shall be opened and publicly readaloud.3.Signature. Any signature required on Bid Documents must be signed in the name of the bidderand must bear the signature of the person or persons duly authorized to sign these documents. Whereindicated, if bidder is a corporation, the legal name of the corporation shall first be set forth, togetherwith two signatures: one from among the chairman of the board, president or vice president and onefrom among the secretary, chief financial officer, or treasurer. Alternatively, the signature of otherauthorized officers or agents may be affixed, if duly authorized by the corporation. Such documentsshall include the title of such signatories below the signature and shall bear the corporate seal. Whereindicated, in the event that the bidder is a joint venture or partnership, there shall be submitted withthe bid certifications signed by authorized officers of each of the parties to the joint venture orpartnership, naming the individual who shall sign all necessary documents for the joint venture orpartnership and, should the joint venture or partnership be the successful bidder, who shall act in allmatters relative to the Bid for the joint venture or partnership. If bidder is an individual, his/hersignature shall be placed on such documents.4.Modifications. Changes in or additions to any of the bid documents, summary of the work bidupon, alternative proposals, or any other modifications which are not specifically called for by theDISTRICT may result in the DISTRICT's rejection of the bid as being nonresponsive. No oral,January, 2015Information for BiddersPage 1

telephonic, facsimile or electronic modification of any of the bid documents will be considered.5.Erasures, Inconsistent or Illegible Bids. The bid submitted must not contain any erasures,interlineations, or other corrections unless each such correction is authenticated by affixing the initialsof the person(s) signing the bid in the margin immediately adjacent to the correction. In the event ofinconsistency between words and numbers in the bid, words shall control numbers. In the event thatDISTRICT determines that any bid is unintelligible, illegible or ambiguous, the DISTRICT mayreject such bid as being nonresponsive.6.Withdrawal of Bids. Any bid may be withdrawn, either personally or by written request signedby the bidder, at any time prior to the scheduled closing time for receipt of bids. The bid security fora bid withdrawn prior to the scheduled closing time for receipt of bids, in accordance with thisparagraph, shall be returned. No bidder may withdraw any bid for a period of one hundred twenty(120) calendar days after the date set for the opening of bids.7.Interpretation of Bid Documents. If any bidder is in doubt as to the true meaning of any partof the Bid Documents, or finds discrepancies in, or omissions from the Bid Documents, a writtenrequest for an interpretation or correction thereof must be submitted to the DISTRICT five (5) daysbefore bid deadline. No requests shall be considered after this time. The bidder submitting the writtenrequest shall be responsible for its prompt delivery. Any interpretation or correction of the BidDocuments will be made solely at DISTRICT’s discretion and only by written addendum duly issuedby the DISTRICT, and a copy of such addendum will be hand delivered or mailed or faxed or emailedto each bidder known to have received a set of the Bid Documents. No person is authorized to makeany oral interpretation of any provision in the Bid Documents, nor shall any oral interpretation of BidDocuments be binding on the DISTRICT. If there are discrepancies of any kind in the Bid Documents,the interpretation of the DISTRICT shall prevail. SUBMITTAL OF A BID WITHOUT A REQUESTFOR CLARIFICATIONS SHALL BE INCONTROVERTIBLE EVIDENCE THAT THE BIDDERHAS DETERMINED THAT THE BID DOCUMENTS ARE ACCEPTABLE AND SUFFICIENTFOR BIDDING AND COMPLETING THE WORK; THAT BIDDER IS CAPABLE OF READING,FOLLOWING AND COMPLETING THE WORK IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE BIDDOCUMENTS; AND THAT BIDDER AGREES THAT THE BID CAN AND WILL BECOMPLETED ACCORDING TO THE DISTRICT’S TIMELINES AND ACCORDING TO THEPROGRESS SCHEDULE TO BE SUBMITTED BY THE SUCCESSFUL BIDDERINCORPORATING THE DISTRICT’s TIMELINES FOR COMPLETION OF THE BID.8.Bidders Interested in More Than One Bid. No person, firm or corporation shall be allowed tomake, or file, or be interested in more than one bid for the same work unless alternate bids arespecifically called for by the DISTRICT. A person, firm, or corporation that has submitted a subproposal to a bidder, or that has quoted prices of materials to a bidder, is not thereby disqualified fromsubmitting a proposal or quoting prices to other bidders or submitting a bid on the Bid.9.Award of Contract. The DISTRICT reserves the right to reject any or all bids, to accept orreject any one or more items of a bid, to increase or decrease quantities or to delete items entirely, orto award items separately or in any combination, or to waive any irregularities or informalities in anybids or in the bidding process, whichever is in the best of the District. The award of the contract, ifmade by the DISTRICT, will be by action of the Governing Board and to the lowest responsive andJanuary, 2015Information for BiddersPage 2

responsible bidder. If two identical low bids are received from responsive and responsible bidders,the DISTRICT will determine which bid will be accepted pursuant to Public Contract Code Section20117. In the event an award of the contract is made to a bidder, and such bidder fails or refuses toexecute the Agreement and provide the required documents within five (5) working days after thenotice of award of the contract to bidder, the DISTRICT may award the contract to the next lowestresponsive and responsible bidder or reject all bidders.10.Competency of Bidders. In selecting the lowest responsive and responsible bidder,consideration will be given not only to the financial standing but also to the general competency ofthe bidder for the performance of the Bid. By submitting a bid, each bidder agrees that the DISTRICT,in determining the successful bidder and its eligibility for the award, may consider the bidder’sexperience and facilities, conduct and performance under other contracts, financial condition,reputation in the industry, and other factors which could affect the bidder’s performance of the Bid.To this end, each bid shall be supported by a statement of the bidder’s experience on the form entitled“INFORMATION REQUIRED OF BIDDER.”The DISTRICT may also consider the qualifications and experience of subcontractors andother persons and organizations (including those who are to furnish the principal items of materialand equipment) proposed for those portions of the work. Operating costs, maintenanceconsiderations, performance data and guarantees of materials and equipment may also be consideredby the DISTRICT. In this regard, the DISTRICT may conduct such investigations as the DISTRICTdeems necessary to assist in the evaluation of any bid and to establish the responsibility, qualificationsand financial ability of the bidder, proposed subcontractors, and other persons and organizations todo the work to the DISTRICT’s satisfaction within the prescribed time. The DISTRICT reserves theright to reject the bid of any bidder who does not pass any such evaluation to the satisfaction of theDISTRICT.11.Insurance and Workers' Compensation. The successful bidder shall be required to furnishcertificates and endorsements evidencing that the required insurance is in effect. DISTRICT mayrequest that such certificates and endorsements are completed on DISTRICT provided forms. Inaccordance with the provisions of Section 3700 of the Labor Code, the successful bidder shall securethe payment of compensation to all employees. The successful bidder who has been awarded thecontract shall sign and file with DISTRICT prior to performing the work, the Workers’ CompensationCertificate included as a part of the Bid Documents. Labor Code Section 1861.12.Anti-Discrimination. In connection with all work performed under this Bid, there shall be nounlawful discrimination against any prospective or active employee engaged in the work because ofrace, color, ancestry, national origin, religious creed, sex, age, marital status, physical disability,mental disability, or medical condition. The successful bidder agrees to comply with applicableFederal and State laws including, but not limited to, the California Fair Employment and HousingAct, beginning with Government Code Section 12900 and Labor Code Section 1735. In addition, thesuccessful bidder agrees to require like compliance by any subcontractors employed on the Bid bysuch bidder.13.Hold Harmless and Indemnification. The successful bidder awarded the contract agrees todefend, indemnify, and hold harmless the Rancho Santiago Community College District (District),January, 2015Information for BiddersPage 3

its officers, agents, employees, and volunteers from all loss, cost, and expense arising out of anyliability of claim of liability for personal injury, bodily injury to persons, contractual liability anddamage to property sustained or claimed to have been sustained arising of activities of the Company,its subcontractors, or those of any of its officers, agents, or employees, whether such act is authorizedby this Agreement or not, and Company shall pay for any and all damage to the property of theDistrict, or loss or theft of such property, done or caused by such persons. The District assumes noresponsibility whatsoever for property placed on the premises. The Company further agrees to waiveall rights of subrogation against the District. The provisions of the Article do not apply to any damageor losses caused solely by the negligence of the District or any of its agents or employees.14.Drug-Free Workplace Certification. Pursuant to Government Code Sections 8350, et seq., thesuccessful bidder will be required to execute a Drug-Free Workplace Certification upon execution ofthe Agreement. The bidder will be required to take positive measures outlined in the certification inorder to ensure the presence of a drug-free workplace. Failure to abide with the conditions set forthin the Drug-Free Workplace Act could result in penalties including termination of the Agreement orsuspension of payment thereunder.15.Non-Collusion Declaration. In accordance with the provisions of Section 7106 of the PublicContract Code, each bid must be accompanied by a non-collusion declaration. This form is includedwith the bid package.16.Debarment. Submission of a signed bid proposal in response to this solicitation is certificationthat your firm (or any subcontractor) is not currently debarred, suspended, proposed for debarment,declared ineligible or voluntarily excluded from participation in this transaction by any State orFederal department or agency. Submission is also agreement that the District will be notified of anychange in this status.17.Accessibility. Bidder hereby warrants that the products or services to be provided under thisAgreement comply with the accessibility requirements of section 508 of the Rehabilitation Act of1973, as amended (29 U.S.C. § 794d), and its implementing regulations set forth at the Title 36, Codeof Federal Regulations, part 1194. Bidder agrees to promptly respond to and resolve any complaintregarding accessibility of its products or services which is brought to its attention. Bidder furtheragrees to indemnify and hold harmless the District, the Chancellor’s Office of the CaliforniaCommunity Colleges, and any California community college using the bidder’s products or servicesfrom any claim arising out of its failure to comply with the aforesaid requirements. Failure to complywith these requirements shall constitute a breach and be grounds for termination of this Agreement.18.Form W-9 Request for Taxpayer Identification Number and Certification. The successfulbidder awarded the contract shall be required to complete and submit to the District a Form W-9within five business days following receipt of notification of award.January, 2015Information for BiddersPage 4

BUSINESS ENTERPRISESRancho Santiago Community College District has always been committed to providing an equalopportunity for all business enterprises to participate in its purchasing and contracting activities. To assistus in measuring our compliance with this commitment, we are asking all bidders to provide us withadditional information.Using the criteria printed on the following pages, please check all spaces that apply to your businessenterprise.Small Business Enterprise (SBE)Women Owned Business Enterprise (WBE)Minority Owned Business Enterprise (MBE)Disabled Veteran Business Enterprise (DVB)Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (DBE)Bidders are required to provide a copy of their certification with their bid proposal.The undersigned on behalf of the bidder named below, certifies under penalty of perjury under the laws ofthe State of California that the foregoing is true and correct.Company NameNameSignatureTitleDateBusiness EnterprisesPage 1

Minority Business Enterprise (MBE) CertificationA Minority Business Enterprise is a for-profit enterprise, regardless of size, physically located in theU. S. or its trust territories, which is 51% owned, managed, operated and controlled by an ethnicminority or a group of ethnic minorities on a day-to-day basis.An ethnic minority is an individual whose origin or heritage is of or from: Any of the Black racial groups of Sub-Sahara Africa (African-Americans) Any of the Spanish speaking countries of Latin America, Mexico, Central America, SouthAmerica, the Caribbean and Brazil (Afro-Brazilian and Brazilian Indians only) (HispanicAmericans) American Indian, Eskimo, Aleut or Native Hawaiian (Native Americans). Native Americansmust be documented members of a North American tribe, band or organized group of nativepeople indigenous to the continental U.S. Bangladesh, Cambodia, China, Guam, India, Indonesia, Japan, Korea, Laos, Malaysia,Pakistan, the Philippines, Samoa, Thailand, Sri Lanka, Taiwan, the U.S. Trust Territories ofthe Pacific or the Northern Marianas and Vietnam. (Asian Americans, Pacific Islanders,Asian Indian Americans).Information on MBE certification may be obtained from: Southern California Minority SupplierDevelopment Council (SCMSDC). Visit http://www.scmsdc.org/ or call (213) 689-8097 or email: info@scmsdc.org.Woman Business Enterprise (WBE) CertificationCriteria for Certification: Applicant company must be at least fifty-one percent (51%) owned and controlled by one ormore women who are U.S. citizens or lawful permanent residents, or in the case of anypublicly-owned business, at least fifty-one percent (51%) of the equity of which is ownedand controlled by one or more women who are U.S. citizens or lawful permanent residents;and Whose management and daily operation is controlled by one or more of the women owners.Information on WBE certification may be obtained from: Women Business Enterprise Council(WBEC) - West. Visit http://www.wbec-west.com/ or call (213) 265-5398.Small Business (SB) CertificationThe Department of General Services, Procurement Division's, Office of Small Business and DisabledVeteran Business Enterprise Services (OSDS) is the state's certifying agency that administers theSmall Business (SB) Program. Non-profit Veteran Service Agencies receive certification uponapplication approval. Non-profit organizations will only receive a registration upon applicationapproval.Business EnterprisesPage 2

In order for a small business to be eligible for SB certification, the small business must meet thefollowing requirements: Be independently owned and operated;Not dominant in field of operation;Principal office located in California;Owners (officers, if a corporation) domiciled in California; and,Including affiliates, be either,o A business with 100 or fewer employees; an average annual gross receipts of 14million or less, over the last three tax years;o A manufacturer* with 100 or fewer employees; or,o A microbusiness. A small business will automatically be designated as amicrobusiness, if gross annual receipts are less than 3,500,000; or the smallbusiness is a manufacturer with 25 or fewer employees.* For Small Business Certification purposes, a manufacturer is a business that is both ofthe following:1. Primarily engaged in the chemical or mechanical transformation of raw materialsor processed substances into new products.2. Classified between Codes 31 to 339999, inclusive, of the North AmericanIndustrial Classification System (NAICS) Manual, published by the UnitedStates Census Bureau, 2007 edition.Information on SB certification can be obtained from: California Department of General Services(DGS). Visit d.aspx or call Office of SmallBusiness and DVBE Services at (916) 375-4940, or e-mail OSDSHelp@dgs.ca.gov.Disabled Veteran Business Enterprises (DVBE) CertificationThe Department of General Services, Procurement Division's, Office of Small Business and DisabledVeteran Business Enterprise Services (OSDS) is the state's certifying agency that administers theDVBE Certification Program. Non-profit Veteran Service Agencies receive certification uponapplication approval. Non-profit organizations will only receive a registration upon applicationapproval.For DVBE certification purposes, a "disabled veteran" is: A veteran of the U.S. military, naval, or air service; The veteran must have a service-connected disability of at least 10% or more; and The veteran must reside in California.To be certified as a DVBE, your firm must meet the following requirements: Your business must be at least 51% owned by one or more disabled veterans; Your daily business operations must be managed and controlled by one or more disabledveteransNOTE: The disabled veteran who manages and controls the business is not required to be an ownerof the applicant business; andBusiness EnterprisesPage 3

Your home office must be located in the U.S. (the home office cannot be a branch orsubsidiary of a foreign corporation, foreign firm, or other foreign based business).All existing and all new DVBE applicants must submit to the Office of Small Business andDVBE Services (OSDS) complete copies of the DVBE's federal income tax returns for theprevious three years. DVBEs who have been in business for less than three years shallsubmit the federal tax returns for each year they've been in business.A DVBE applicant that is not a sole proprietorship and rents equipment to the state mustprovide the federal income tax returns for each of their disabled veteran owners or your firmwill be deemed to be an equipment broker.DVBE limited liability companies must be wholly owned by one or more disabled veterans.Information on DVBE certification can be obtained from: California Department of General Services(DGS). Visit d.aspx or call Office of SmallBusiness and DVBE Services at (916) 375-4940, or e-mail OSDSHelp@dgs.ca.gov.Disadvantaged Business Enterprises (DBE) CertificationIn order to apply for certification as a Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (DBE), your firm must meetthe following eligibility criteria stated in 49 CFR Part 26: The disadvantaged individual must be a U.S. citizen (or resident alien) and be a member ofa socially and economically disadvantaged group as defined in the Code of FederalRegulation 49 CFR Part 26.67. Presumptive groups include Women, Black Americans,Hispanic Americans, Native Americans, Asian-Pacific Americans, Subcontinent AsianAmericans, or any individual found to be socially and economically disadvantaged on acase-by-case basis.The disadvantaged individual applying must have a personal net-worth (PNW) of less than 1,320,000. Items excluded from personal net worth calculation include an individual'sownership interest in the applicant firm and his or her equity in their primary. Also, if anindividual demonstrates that he/she is able to accumulate substantial wealth, the individual'sclaim of economic disadvantage may be denied, even though the individual's PNW is lessthan 1.32 million.Depending on the primary business activity, a firm (including its affiliates) must not haveaverage annual gross receipts over the firm's previous three fiscal years in excess of 23,980,000 ( 56,420,000 for airport concessionaires in general with some exceptions).Lower size standards may apply depending on business activity determination.The firm must be a for-profit small business where socially and economically disadvantagedDBE owner(s) own at least a 51% interest, and have managerial and operational control ofthe business operations; the firm must not be tied to another firm in such a way as tocompromise its independence and control.The socially and economically DBE owner(s) must possess the power to direct or cause thedirection to the management and policies of the firm and to make day-to-day, as well aslong-term decisions on matters of management, policy and operations.If state or local law requires the persons to have a particular license or other credential inorder to own and/or control a certain type of firm, then the socially and economicallyBusiness EnterprisesPage 4

disadvantaged persons who own and control a potential DBE firm of that type must possessthe required license or credential.Information on DBE certification can be obtained from: California Department of Transportation(Caltrans) Office of Business & Economic Opportunity Certification Unit. Visithttp://www.dot.ca.gov/hq/bep/business gov/hq/bep/documents/dbe brochure.pdf or call (916) 324-1700 or e-maildbe.certification@dot.ca.gov.Business EnterprisesPage 5

STATEMENT OF COMPLIANCE(to be submitted with the bid)THIS IS TO CERTIFY that I have read the General Conditions, Information for Bidders andSpecial Conditions of the Contract Documents of the Rancho Santiago Community CollegeDistrict and will comply therewith. It is further understood that where the term “Bidder” or“Contractor” and “Contractor Documents” or “Projector Documents” appears throughout theContract Documents are hereby interchangeable.Name of FirmBySignature of Authorized OfficialDateJanuary, 2015Statement of CompliancePage 1

NON-COLLUSION DECLARATION TO BE EXECUTED BYBIDDER AND SUBMITTED WITH BIDThe undersigned declares:I am the of , the party making the foregoingbid.The bid is not made in the interest of, or on behalf of, any undisclosed person, partnership,company, association, organization, or corporation. The bid is genuine and not collusive or sham.The bidder has not directly or indirectly induced or solicited any other bidder to put in a false orsham bid. The bidder has not directly or indirectly colluded, conspired, connived, or agreed withany bidder or anyone else to put in a sham bid, or to refrain from bidding. The bidder has not inany manner, directly or indirectly, sought by agreement, communication, or conference withanyone to fix the bid price of the bidder or any other bidder, or to fix any overhead, profit, or costelement of the bid price, or of that of any other bidder. All statements contained in the bid are true.The bidder has not, directly or indirectly, submitted his or her bid price or any breakdown thereof,or the contents thereof, or divulged information or data relative thereto, to any corporation,partnership, company, association, organization, bid depository, or to any member or agentthereof, to effectuate a collusive or sham bid, and has not paid, and will not pay, any person orentity for such purpose.Any person executing this declaration on behalf of a bidder that is a corporation, partnership, jointventure, limited liability company, limited liability partnership, or any other entity, herebyrepresents that he or she has full power to execute, and does execute, this declaration on behalf ofthe bidder.I declare under penalty of perjury under the laws of the State of California that the foregoing istrue and correct and that this declaration is executed on [date], at[city], [state].SignaturePrint NameJanuary, 2012Non-Collusion DeclarationPage 1

DISTRICT INSURANCE REQUIREMENTSIt is required that every vendor and contractor working for the Rancho Santiago CommunityCollege District meet the following insurance requirements. The vendor and contractor will berequired to file with the District certificates of such insurance and endorsements. Failure to furnishsuch evidence will be considered default of the vendor and contractor.The Rancho Santiago Community College District

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