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Contract Terms and Instructions


Start Date: 01/1960

End Date: 12/2099

Section 1

1.1   DESCRIPTION OF CONTRACT:  Parks and Playground Equipment

1.2   TYPE:  Automated Contract.

1.3   TERM OF CONTRACT:  01/01/60 thru 12/31/2099

1.4   DELIVERY:  90-120 days after receipt of order (ARO)

1.5   MINIMUM ORDER:  None.


1.7   ZONE:  This is a statewide contract.


1.9   WARRANTY:  Manufacturer's standard warranty applies.

1.10  CASH DISCOUNT:  Not applicable.

1.11  EDUCATIONAL DISCOUNT:  Not applicable.


1.13  RECYCLED PRODUCTS:  Efforts have been made to identify any product meeting
      the criteria for definitions of recycled.  If you have questions regarding
      recycled products, please contact the Recycling Coordinator at (512)463-3034.

1.14  POINT OF CONTACT:  Vendor contacts are listed at the end of the contract.

1.15  CPA CONTACT:  Questions concerning terms and conditions should be directed to:

      Dee Dorsey, CTPM
      Supervosor of Purchasing Operations
      Texas Comptroller of Public Accounts
      (512) 475-2459
      FAX (512) 475-0851
      E-mail:  dee.dorsey@cpa.state.tx.us

1.16  PURCHASE ORDERS:  Only contract purchase orders issued by the Texas
      Comptroller of Public Accounts (CPA) through the on-line ordering system
      are eligible for contract pricing.

Section 2 - Specific Contract Instructions

2.1   INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS:  Each item shipped shall be accompanied by
      detailed instructions for installation.  Instructions shall contain
      manufacturer's safety instructions for use and routine maintenance.

2.2   INSTALLATION OPTIONS:  Some of the items listed in Group 650-18-09 have an
      agency option to be delivered, installed, and ready for use by the contractor
      (item directly after item chosen).  Installation shall be accomplished by
      qualified personnel.  Installation shall be structurally 	sound, meet all
      local codes (if applicable) and of the nature required of the product as
      recommended by the manufacturer (i.e. post reinforced with concrete, etc.),
      to insure stability and safety.  The contractor shall be 	responsible for
      delivery, and required interim short term storage, receipt and unloading,
      unpacking, inspection, assembly, installation as directed by agency personnel,
      cleaning and adjustment as well as the prompt removal and disposal of all
      debris which is the result of the delivery. The installer is responsible for
      complying with all local codes that are 	applicable with such structures.
      The agency shall be responsible for proper preparation of site prior to
      construction and the removal of any existing fixtures from the area in which
      the item is to be installed.  Vendor will be required to provide proof of
      product and worker liability insurance prior to installation.

2.3   PRODUCT SAFETY AND LIABILITY:  Products delivered to the agency must meet
      all requirements of Consumer Product Safety Guidelines.  Manufacturer shall
      provide proof of liability insurance for all items in group 650-18-09.
      Certificate of insurance shall also be provided to the agency upon delivery
      of equipment.

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