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Governor's Mansion & Fine Arts Janitorial Services

Agency: State Government of Utah
Level of Government: State & Local
Category:
  • S - Utilities and Training Services
Opps ID: NBD14205067875841563
Posted Date: Feb 8, 2019
Due Date: Feb 27, 2019
Solicitation No: JR1940
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Event Title
Governor's Mansion & Fine Arts Janitorial Services
Event Type
Request for Proposal
Event Number
JR1940
Stage Title
Janitorial Services
Currency
USD
Payment Terms
Sealed Bid
Yes
Time Zone
MDT/MST - Mountain Standard Time (US/Mountain)
Event Open Date
2/8/2019 12:00 PM MDT
Event Close Date
2/27/2019 3:00 PM MDT
Sealed Bid Open Date
2/27/2019 3:00 PM MDT
Question Submission Close Date
2/25/2019 5:00 PM MDT
Contacts
If you need more information on this event, please contact:
Joanna Reese
+1 801-538-3286
joreese@utah.gov
Description

This Request for Proposal (RFP) provides detailed information and requirements to be followed in providing janitorial services as described below.

The building for which service will be provided and the square footage:

Governor's Mansion ~ 17,154 sq. ft.
603 East South Temple
Salt Lake City, Utah 84103

Utah Fine Arts Building ~ 5,339 sq. ft.

617 East South Temple

Salt Lake City, Utah 84103

Proposal Submittals

Five Year Budget is $90,000.00

Please submit your proposal electronically through SCIQUEST.

PROTECTED INFORMATION

The Government Records Access and Management Act (GRAMA), Utah Code Ann., Subsection 63-2-304, provides in part that:

the following records are protected if properly classified by a government entity:
(1) trade secrets as defined in Section 13-24-2 if the person submitting the trade secret has provided the governmental entity with the information specified in Section 63-2-308 (Business Confidentiality Claims);
(2) commercial information or non-individual financial information obtained from a person if:
(a) disclosure of the information could reasonably be expected to result in unfair competitive injury to the person submitting the information or would

impair the ability of the governmental entity to obtain necessary information in the future;
(b) the person submitting the information has a greater interest in prohibiting access than the public in obtaining access; and
(c) the person submitting the information has provided the governmental entity with the information specified in Section 63-2-308;
* * * * *

(6) records the disclosure of which would impair governmental procurement proceedings or give an unfair advantage to any person proposing to enter into a contract or agreement with a governmental entity, except that this Subsection (6) does not restrict the right of a person to see bids submitted to or by a governmental entity after bidding has closed; ....

GRAMA provides that trade secrets, commercial information or non-individual financial information may be protected by submitting a Claim of Business Confidentiality.

To protect information under a Claim of Business Confidentiality, the offeror must:
1. provide a written Claim of Business Confidentiality at the time the information (proposal) is provided to the state, and
2. include a concise statement of reasons supporting the claim of business confidentiality (Subsection 63-2-308(1)).
3. submit an electronic “redacted” (excluding protected information) copy of your proposal response. Copy must clearly be marked “Redacted Version.”

A Claim of Business Confidentiality may be appropriate for information such as client lists and non-public financial statements. Pricing and service elements may not be protected. An entire proposal may not be protected under a Claim of Business Confidentiality. The claim of business confidentiality must be submitted with your proposal on the form which may be accessed at:
http://www.purchasing.utah.gov/2012-08-30-20-32-26.html

To ensure the information is protected, the Division of Facilities Construction & Management asks the offeror to clearly identify in the Executive Summary and in the body of the proposal any specific information for which an offeror claims business confidentiality protection as "PROTECTED".

All materials submitted become the property of the state of Utah. Materials may be evaluated by anyone designated by the state as part of the proposal evaluation committee. Materials submitted may be returned only at the State's option.

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