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Basic Ordering Agreement Uscg

Contact: Douglas Baskin, Contractor, 757-628-4110, Fax 757-628-4135, E-Mail-douglas.baskin@uscg.mil – Jackie A Dickson, Contract Agent, 757-628-4108, Fax 757-628-4135, e-mail jackie.a.dickson@uscg.mil A BOA can be used to expedite contracting for uncertain supply or service requirements when certain items, quantities and prices are not known at the time of contract performance, but a considerable number of requirements for the type of supplies or services covered by the agreement are likely to be purchased by the contractor. Under the right circumstances, the application of these procedures can save money on parts ordering for equipment assistance, reducing administrative delays, inventory investments and aging due to design changes. This agreement can be used to expedite the conclusion of the contract for dangerous deliveries or services when certain items, quantities and prices are not known at the time of the contract`s implementation, but a considerable number of requirements should be acquired by the contractor. Reason for change – Does not apply to a basic contract. Select the value when notifying a change to a basic contract. A basic order contract is a written instrument of agreement negotiated between an agency, a contractual enterprise or contractor and (1) contains conditions and clauses applicable to future contracts (markets) between the parties during their lifetime, 2) a kind of description, as far as possible, of the supplies or services to be provided and (3) methods of pricing, issuing and delivering future contracts under the basic order contract. A basic contract is not a contract. This is a SOURCE SOUGHT NOTICE is used by the U.S. “Coast Guard,” Shore Infrastructure Logistics Center (SILC) (COCO-BSS-cob-1), Norfolk, VA, to identify sources capable of identifying emergency services for the control, clean-up and/or mitigation of the harmful effects of oil pollution and hazardous substances on or within U.S. jurisdiction; First, fifth, seventh, eighth, ninth, eleventh, thirteenth, fourteenth and seventeenth coastguard district. Contractors are required to provide all goods, materials, equipment, transport and controls.

The main coverage area will cover 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 Order Agreement (BOA) with selected environmental operators on the basis of these sources. There is no written request; PLEASE REQUEST A COPY OF THE SOLICITATION. Potential contractors with the skills and skills to meet the specified requirement are asked to order (COCO-BSS-cob-1), Shore Infrastructure Logistics Center, 300 East Main Street, Norfolk, VA 23510-9112, no later than 16:00 hours, Eastern Standard Time, January 31, 2014, a letter of interest and expertise. Enter the surface of the “BOA Sources Sought Submittal” envelope. To be considered, potential contractors provide, by letter of interest, the following information: (1) Proof of vehicle liability and general public insurance for personal injury amounting to USD 500,000.00 per deposit/1,000. $1,000,000 total and property damage of USD 1,000,000 per deposit/5,000,000,000 USD. Proof of workers` compensation insurance (or its equivalents) and marine insurance for liability that may be incurred within the United States.

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