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PIB NO: 15.033 forensic equipment for Honduras

PIB NO: 15.033 forensic equipment for Honduras
DATE: 4/28/2015
Office of Acquisition Assistance Washington, D.C. 20523
Commodity Division (202) 567-4709

Country: Honduras
Authority: USAID Contract No. AID-DOT-00-08-00034 Order No: AID-OAA-TO-12-00029
Source/origin: Geographic Code 935
Purchaser: Creative Associates International, Inc
5301 Wisconsin Avenue N.W. Suite 700
Washington, D.C. 20015
Telephone: 202-966-0463
Attn: Eda Zapata

Offer Issue Date: April 27, 2015

Offer Deadline: May 15, 2015

Qualified and interested firms may obtain an electronic copy of the RFP including terms, conditions, and specifications when it is issued by making written request to Eda Zapata at the above address or by email to Telephone requests will not be honored.

On behalf of USAID, Creative Associates invites firms to indicate an interest in submitting offers for Forensic Equipment, installation, warranty and maintenance in support of the Honduras CONVIVE!2 Project which is an project implemented in cooperation with Government of Honduras and he United States Agency for International Development.

Offers for the supply of the equipment, must include the cost of shipment of the goods by U.S. flag air freight to Tegucigalpa, Honduras.

Contractor must demonstrate capability, based upon technical expertise, management capability, workload capacity and financial resources to implement and manage this contract.

It is Creative’s intent to award a contract to the lowest responsive and responsible bidder.

The anticipated implementation period is June 2015, starting from the official start date of the contract. The warranty and maintenance period is for additional one (1) years.
The Government of the Honduras and the U.S. Agency for International Development encourages and welcome in this activity the participation, to the fullest extent possible, of minorities and women both as individuals and as members of contracting or sub-contracting firms. In this respect, it is anticipated that the prime contractor will make every practicable use of such personnel and firms. The participation of small, disadvantaged and women-owned business concerns in this activity as prime contractors or subcontractors are encouraged if they meet the above stated requirements.
Firms making offers must be eligible suppliers in accordance with the requirements set forth in 22 CFR 228 of the U.S. Code of Federal Regulations.