The notice of recommendation to award will provide

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The Notice of Recommendation to Award will provide the following information: a. The name of the bidder being recommended for contract award; and b. The names of all other parties that submitted proposals. 2. At the conclusion of the RFPQ response evaluation process, debriefings for unsuccessful bidders will be scheduled and provided upon written request and will be restricted to discussion of the unsuccessful offeror’s bid. Under no circumstances will any discussion be conducted with regard to contract negotiations with the successful bidder. RFPQ No. 901428 Page 5
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Specifications, Terms & Conditions for Vendor Pre-Qualification for Goods & Services to Fire Facilities < 3. The submitted proposals shall be made available upon request no later than five calendar days before approval of the award and contract is scheduled to be heard by the Board of Supervisors. B. TERM / TERMINATION / RENEWAL 1. The term of the contract, which may be awarded pursuant to this RFPQ, will be three years. 2. The County has and reserves the right to suspend, terminate or abandon the execution of any work by the Contractor without cause at any time upon giving to the Contractor prior written notice. In the event that the County should abandon, terminate or suspend the Contractor’s work, the Contractor shall be entitled to payment for services provided hereunder prior to the effective date of said suspension, termination or abandonment. The County may terminate the contract at any time without written notice upon a material breach of contract and substandard or unsatisfactory performance by the Contractor. In the event of termination with cause, the County reserves the right to seek any and all damages from the Contractor. In the event of such termination with or without cause, the County reserves the right to invite the next highest ranked bidder to enter into a contract or re-bid the project if it is determined to be in its best interest to do so. 3. The County may, at its sole option, terminate any contract that may be awarded as a result of this RFPQ at the end of any County Fiscal Year, for reason of non-appropriation of funds. In such event, the County will give Contractor at least 30 days written notice that such function will not be funded for the next fiscal period. In such event, the County will return any associated equipment to the Contractor in good working order, reasonable wear and tear excepted. 4. By mutual agreement, any contract which may be awarded pursuant to this RFPQ, may be extended for an additional two-year term at agreed prices with all other terms and conditions remaining the same. C. AWARD 1. Small and Emerging Locally Owned Business: The County is vitally interested in promoting the growth of small and emerging local businesses by means of increasing the participation of these businesses in the County’s purchase of goods and services.
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