Agenda Item #17
Approval of Bid on Custodial Cleaning Supplies, MCSD No. 11-0004-MR - p.28
This bid is for purchasing cleaning supplies for our custodial maintenance program. The committee awarded to the two lowest bidder’s per product, which will allow orders to be place with a second bidder if products are not available from lowest bidder. Purchases will be made with District purchasing cards or purchase orders and shall be delivered per school/department site. Rebates include 1 percent cash back for the purchasing card program. In addition, Coastal Chemical and Paper Company, who is awarded 41 percent of the bid, offers a 3 percent rebate on all purchases on a yearly basis. The rebate will be refunded on a Coastal rebate card that will be utilized for store purchases or deducted from invoices.
Invitations for bid were submitted to one-hundred seventy-five (175) suppliers. The
The bid is recommended for award to All American Poly,
Utilizing a variety of vendors allows the District to purchase custodial cleaning supplies at the lowest price, which is an effective use of District funds for maintaining facilities in a safe and sanitary condition where students may learn, dream and achieve.
The Superintendent recommends approval of the bid on custodial cleaning supplies, as required, for the period of July 27, 2010 through July 26, 2011, in an amount not to exceed $500,000.00.
Motion and approval of the bid on custodial cleaning supplies, as required, for the period of July 27, 2010 through July 26, 2011, in an amount not to exceed $500,000.00.
The estimated cost to implement this agenda item will not exceed $500,000.00. The funding source for this annually estimated expenditure is Local Capital Improvement Millage/General Operating Funds and is included in the Maintenance & Operations Department/District approved budgets.
Maintenance and Operations Department/Warehouse/Purchasing Department
Gene Rains/Melody Ryan/mr
Collaboration: Maintenance and Operation Department/Warehouse/Purchasing Department
Attachment: 110004BL 2.pdf