Request For Proposal
RFP VPD2019001 - DRY INKJET MINI LAB PHOTO PRINTER
Questions & Answers
All enquiries regarding the RFP must be addressed to:
Financial Services Section
All enquiries must be made in writing. In-person or telephone enquiries are not permitted.
The VPD reserves the right to disqualify any proponent in breach.
[Please specify proposal document number, proposal title and purchasing agent's name when sending email.]
Questions will be accepted, and answers posted, ONLY IF they are submitted in writing five working days prior to the bid closing date
CLOSING DATE & TIME
3:00:00 pm (Local Vancouver Time), Friday, June 14, 2019
All references to time in the RFP are references to the time in the City of Vancouver, as indicated in the electronic timestamp the Proposal receives upon delivery to the email address specified herein, which is in turn synchronized to Network Time Protocol (NTP) provided by the National Research Council of Canada adjusted to local Pacific Time Zone.
SUBMISSION OF PROPOSALS
Proponents should submit their Proposals on or before the time and date specified in the bottom row of the table in Section 2.1 (the “Closing Time”).
Each Proponent should submit its Proposal by email in accordance with the following:
Subject of the file to be: PS# - Title – Vendor name.
Document format for submissions:
-RFP Part C in PDF format – 1 combined PDF file,
-Appendix 3 (pricing tab) in Excel format, and;
-Any other attachments if necessary
Zip the files to reduce the size or email separately if needed.
Send your submissions to firstname.lastname@example.org do not deliver a physical copy to the VPD.
Submitting the files via Fax, Drop box, FTP, or similar programs, is not acceptable.
To be considered by the VPD, a Proposal must be submitted in the form set out in Part C (the “Form of Proposal”), completed and duly executed by the relevant Proponent.
Proposals received after the closing time may be returned unopened.
Faxed proposals will not be accepted.
Please visit our Bidding Procedures page for additional information.
General Description of Requirement
The Unit’s major role is to apply forensic sciences to collecting evidence that will be admissible in court. FIU members are trained in a variety of photographic techniques in order to record evidence found at scenes and to record procedures used in recovering it. Some of these techniques include night photography, studio photography, and aerial photography. The Dry Inkjet Mini Lab Photo Printer is to print high-quality photographs of various sizes and resolutions. Some of the photographs are used to as evidence and are presented in Court. Fingerprints found at crime scenes are photographed. The printed copies are used for comparison purposes. In these instances, it is imperative to have a high-quality product. Also of importance is speed as many requests for photographs are urgent and are to be produced as soon as possible. The Dry Inkjet Mini Lab Photo Printer will be used to produce portraits as well as photographs of various Vancouver Police Department social events. In some circumstances, many copies of the photographs are printed to be presented to the participants. The ability to customize the photograph is very important as there are many different sizes requested. A small sample of the different sizes required are passport-type photos, posters of varying sizes and panoramic photographs. Many photographs produced do not fit within standard photograph dimensions.
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Downloading the Document
Proponents must not electronically alter any portion of downloaded documents with the exception of adding the information requested. To do so will invalidate your bid.
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DRY INKJET MINI LAB PHOTO PRINTER
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