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New York State OGS Contracts



As of January, 2012
Soft Body Armor - Concealable & Tactical
IFB #21800 Group #35205 Opened 04/30/2009 PC64786 / PC64787
Hard Armor - Shields, Plates Helmets, Leg Protectors
IFB #21800 Group #35205 Opened 04/30/2009 PC64786 / PC64787
Vehicle Ballistic Protective Door Inserts
IFB #21800 Group #35205 Opened 04/30/2009 PC64786 / PC64787
Ballistic Protective Face Shields and Masks
IFB #21800 Group #35205 Opened 04/30/2009 PC6
4786 / PC64787
Chemical Agents - Launched & Hand-thrown #PC63486Distraction Devices - Flash-Bangs, Sting-ball, includes Correctional #PC63486
Less-Lethal Impact Munitions - all calibers  #PC63486Pepper Spray #PC63486
Shotguns - 14" and shorter  HIREAssault Rifles - all calibers  HIRE
Machine Guns - all calibers  HIREFirearm Sound Suppressors - all calibers HIRE
Patrol Carbines - all calibers  HIREWeapon Sights - Electronic HIRE
Explosives - breaching HIRERiot Equipment - Protective Wear and Helmets, includes Correctional HIRE
Footwear - Special Purpose  HIREFlashlights - handheld and weapon-mounted HIRE
Holsters and Gun Belts  HIRERifle Slings and Scopes HIRE
Weapon Storage - Rifle Racks and Locking Drawers HIREWeapon Cleaning - Ultrasonic HIRE
Term Contract - Contract covering purchases made during a specified time period.
Statewide Term Contract - Open to all state agencies, political subdivisions, and all others authorized by law to participate. See bid document for authorized contract users.
Agency Specific Contract - Customer defined contract for spot purchase, or group of purchases through centralized procurement for one or several agencies. See bid document for authorized contract users.
Filed Requirements Contract - Critical commodity term guarantee contract covering specified delivery points and estimated quantities. See bid document for authorized contract users.
Multi-state Contract - NYS authorized users and which also includes participation by the agencies of other states. The contract may be administered by New York State, or by another host state.
Piggyback Contract - Contract established by NYS which is based on contracts developed by the federal government, state governments or political subdivisions of such entities.
Prime Vendor Contract - Comprehensive contract which establishes single or multiple vendors as the source for a broad range of goods and/or services associated with a given market or purchasing sector(s).
Negotiated Contract - Established by agreements reached between a contracting entity and a vendor in lieu of issuing a bid document.
Back Drop Contracts - Secondary Mini-Bid Contract Award.
Mini-Bid Process - Individual agency projects.
Centralized Contracts for Homeland Security Initiative (Link)

Centralized Contracts for Homeland Security Initiative

As a service to "First Responders" and other contract users who have a need for homeland security products, the OGS Procurement Services Group (PSG) offers the Hazardous Incident Response Equipment (HIRE) Group 38232 commodity contracts.

Information on the equipment available can be found through the Award at the following OGS website: http://www.ogs.state.ny.us/purchase/spg/awards/3823219745CAN.HTM

Detailed questions may be directed to the Purchasing Officer listed on the Award.
Other contract areas that may be helpful can be found at the following sites:

Body Armor and Law Enforcement: http://www.ogs.state.ny.us/purchase/spg/awards/3520518574CAN.HTM

Firearms, ammunition, etc.: http://www.ogs.state.ny.us/purchase/spg/awards/3520020881CAN.HTM

Technology-based contracts: http://www.ogs.state.ny.us/purchase/snt/lists/infotech.asp

Emergency Stand-By Services and Environmental
and Homeland Protection Services: http://www.ogs.state.ny.us/purchase/snt/awardnotes/720064221can.HTM

Food and food-related items: http://www.ogs.state.ny.us/purchase/spg/awards/FoodEquipList.htm

Industrial Supplies: http://www.ogs.state.ny.us/purchase/spg/awards/3900020304CAN.HTM

OGS Index of contracts: http://www.ogs.state.ny.us/purchase/pdfdocument/rptMailingListindex.pdf

Search for OGS contracts, insert the 3-digit Group number: http://www.ogs.state.ny.us/purchase/search/default.asp
 
 

HIRE-Hazardous Incident Response Equipment - NYS/NASPO Multi-State Contract;  PC63616 Body Armor
Equipment meeting almost all Office of Homeland Defense categories is available on this multiple award contract
17. Intervention Equipment - Tactical entry equipment (not including weapons)

NYS/NASPO multiple award contracts for a broad spectrum of domestic preparedness equipment. This is a partial award notice - complete Level One Contractors and complete Level Two Contractors (that have been expedited at the request of the NYS Weapons of Mass Destruction Task Force) are included in this initial award notice. Other offers are being reviewed and will be awarded as soon as possible.

New York State Office of General Services Procurement Services Group Homeland Security Products & Services Currently On Contract (Link)

Other Law Enforcement Agencies Wishing to take Advantage of our Contract Pricing

New York State Finance Law Article 11, §163 (10)(e) empowers OGS to authorize purchases required by state agencies or other authorized purchasers by letting a contract pursuant to a written agreement, or by approving the use of a contract let by any department, agency or instrumentality of the United States government and/or any department, agency, office, political subdivision or instrumentality of any state or states, the U.S. government, or any other state with the concurrence of the Office of the State Comptroller* and under appropriate circumstances. This type of procurement option is called "piggybacking."

 A. Individual agency/entity contract use requests:
State or New York City agencies may request to piggyback on a contract issued by another governmental entity (see above) by completing a Contract Use Request form (attached). The piggybacking Contract Use Request Form and Piggyback Guide for agency contracts are located on the OGS public website
(See Below) or you can contact OGS Customer Services’ manager,
Jim Malone at 518-473-2428, or
james.malone@ogs.ny.gov

 Required Form to be submitted to the NYS OGS to utilize our NYS Pricing Contract Link

Please have the requesting entity complete the attached request form and send it to OGS Customer Services.  Also, please have them contact OGS Customer Services for any assistance needed.

New York State Procurement: Customer Services
38th Floor, Corning Tower
Empire State Plaza
Albany, NY 12242
Tel: 518-474-6717

customer.services@ogs.ny.gov

Information For Buyers
Contract "Piggybacking" Guidelines: State Finance Law §163(10)(e)
New York State Finance Law Article 11, §163 (10)(e) empowers OGS to authorize purchases required by state agencies from contracts let by other state agencies, the U.S. government, or any other state with the concurrence of the Office of the State Comptroller and under appropriate circumstances. This type of procurement option is called "piggybacking."
As with other forms of state procurement, contracting through piggybacking remains subject to internal and external review, and must be consistent with the policies and principles of government public contracting. When using this form of procurement, the requesting agency should examine and weigh the following factors in order to determine the appropriateness of piggybacking as a preferred methodology over other contracting alternatives:
  1. Subject Matter Comparison: There should be an equivalency between the product or service sought and the original contract which should reflect your agency's form, function and utility requirements. Does the existing contract encompass the product or service sought? Did it anticipate the possibility of contract extension? All relevant factors in the proposed extension acquisition (including but not limited to price, quality, and nature of deliverable) should be clearly identified and compared to the original acquisition.
  2. Procurement Method: The size and scope of the new acquisition should be evaluated in comparison to the original acquisition and its method of award. Does the proposed piggyback significantly unbalance the original scope, or change the nature, quantity, scope of the original contract? Could a substantially different procurement response or increased bidder pool involving greater competition reasonably be expected based upon the volume of your proposed request?
  3. Notice to Originating Agency: Where the subject of the original acquisition in a New York State agency specific contract, the original contracting entity should be contacted and advised of the intended piggyback. Concerns about the intended piggyback, including diminution of supply and contractor capacity should be forwarded to OGS with the piggyback request. Where the requesting agency proposes to piggyback using an amendment to an existing contract, consent of the originating agency must be obtained. Notification to the originating agency is not an issue for centralized contracts open to multiple entities.
  4. Consent of Vendor & Terms of Piggyback: The vendor's consent to the piggyback request must be in written legal form (contract, letter agreement, etc.) separate from a purchase order, which sets forth the agreed terms of the piggyback. A decision on whether to amend the original agreement or to execute a separate, independent contract based upon the original contract must be considered based upon your facts and circumstances. In either event, the legal form should set forth, not only the agreed terms of the piggyback acquisition, but also its effect on the original agreement, including liability for default, and aggregation of volume and pricing discounts for the intended acquisition as well as for subsequent acquisitions under the original agreement.
  5. Absence of Other Acceptable Established Contracting Alternatives: Why is piggybacking the appropriate mechanism to use for this procurement (i.e. timing, level playing field, nature of use)? Were other procurement methodologies considered? Are there any special, unusual or exigent market circumstances underlying this extension request?
  6. Pricing Justification: Similar to other methods of procurement, your agency must document that the price for the proposed acquisitions reasonable under the circumstances. You should indicate whether pricing concessions have been requested and obtained from the contractor based upon the increased volume of purchases under the agreement.
Piggyback Application, Review, and Determination
The requesting agency may summarize the above information by completing the Contract Use Request form provided by OGS which will serve as the basis for review. OGS reserves the right to obtain clarifications or additional information as requested in follow-up with the requesting agency. submit the completed Contract Use Request form to:
Procurement Services Group: Customer Services
37th Floor, Corning Tower
Empire State Plaza
Albany, NY 12242
Tel: 518-474-6717
customer.services@ogs.ny.gov
OGS will notify its recommendation to the applicant in writing. OGS written approval of the request should be submitted, along with the appropriate procurement record, to the Office of the State Comptroller for final approval. A denial of the request will include details underlying the rejections.
  
  
  
  
       


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