GE Aisy C2 and Related Items
|Agency:||The New York State Contract Reporter|
|Level of Government:||State & Local|
|Posted Date:||Jun 10, 2019|
|Due Date:||Jul 1, 2019|
Stony Brook University Hospital intends to purchase a GE Aisy C2 and Related Items using Vizient contract CE2512 pursuant to its authority under New York State Finance Law, section 163(3)(vi) which authorizes the use of a consortium or comparable entity in lieu of using a centralized contract and without a formal competitive process when justified by price. Vendors who sell equipment equivalent and compatible with existing GE equipment may, if interested, contact the Ed Haas at Stony Brook University Hospital’s Purchasing Department, as listed below, to discuss this procurement.
Equivalency and compatibility must be demonstrated by meeting the performance of, and being compatible and interchangeable with existing GE products, equipment, supplies, and accessories.
If offering equivalent, compatible, and interchangeable equipment the vendor must provide the following at no cost, if asked to do so: Supporting documentation, software, transportation, set-up, removal, products, equipment, supplies, and accessories for examination, demonstration, and trial.
This procurement is subject to NYS Finance Law §139 j&k, AKA the Lobbying Law. Therefore, vendors are cautioned that the only permissible contact for this procurement is the individual listed below. Failure to comply with this requirement can range from no contract to debarment from sales to any NYS Agency.
Successful contractor shall be required to submit valid and current NYS Workman’s Compensation and Disability Forms. In addition the contractor will be required to complete and submit documents related to NYS Finance Law §139 j&k, and Public Officers Law.
Due Date: 07/01/2019 10:00 AM
Contract Term: 8/1/2014 - 12/31/2019
Location: Stony Brook University Hospital 101 Nicolls Rd. Stony Brook, New York 11794 Attention: Hospital Receiving
Ad Type: General
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