3.1 Vendor Information
A. Letter of introduction that includes the name of the contact person and the contact information (email address, phone number, etc.). Include qualifications with designing and installing similar equipment, as well as your experience with projects of similar size.
B. Office location(s) that would service this proposal.
Provide a list of at least three references of fire departments, preferably in Florida, for whom you have provided products/services like those proposed. References are to include the agency name, address, contact person, title, phone number, email address, and contract budget amount.
A. Vendor agrees that in order to protect itself as well as the City of Marianna, its officers, Boards, and employees under the indemnity provisions set forth in the paragraph above, the vendor will at all times, during the terms of this contract, keep in force insurance policies issued by an insurance company authorized to do business and licensed in the State of Florida. Unless otherwise specified in Florida Statutes, the types of insurance coverage and minimum amounts shall be as follows:
1. Workers’ Compensation: minimum amount statutorily required
2. Comprehensive General Liability: $1,000,000 per occurrence and in aggregate for bodily injury and property damage
3. Excess Liability coverage: $1,000,000 over the General Liability
B. The Purchaser shall be given thirty (30) days advanced written notice of any cancellation or non-renewal of insurance during the term of this contract. Upon execution of this contract, the vendor will furnish Purchaser with written verification of the existence of such insurance. In the event of any action, suit, or proceedings against Purchaser upon any matter herein indemnified against, Purchaser shall within five (5) working days cause notice in writing thereof to be given to the vendor by certified mail addressed to its post office address. Purchaser shall cooperate with vendor and its attorneys in defense of any action, suit, or other proceedings.