Government Contract | Alaska

Bid Information

Bid Alert No: 00002393469


Agency Bid No. Title: 642

Received Date: 11/03/2020

Close Date: 11/09/2020

Purchase Type: Term: 05/30/2021 - Option to Renew

Delivery Point: Not Stated, Alaska

Delivery Date: Not Stated

Special Notices: Pre-Bid Conference Optional 11/03/2020 10:30 AM, Questions Due By 11/05/2020


Specifications include, but are not limited to: A. Capitol Screening Station: The Contractor will install and manage a station at a singlepoint of entry in the Capitol (1) to screen all individuals entering the Capitol for (A)symptoms consistent with COVID-19; and (B) exposure to others with COVID-19; and(2) to ensure individuals are following all applicable building or legislative healthguidelines, including, but not limited to, proper personal protective equipment (PPE).The Agency will provide basic furniture as needed by the Contractor to use at thescreening station. The screening station must operate Monday through Friday 7:00 am -5:00 pm and for weekend and late-night coverage as needed to follow the legislativesession floor calendar. At the screening station, the Contractor shall: Greet everyone at the predetermined entrance of Capitol; Use scripting to convey a consistent message; Ensure a negative molecular COVID-19 test result upon an individual's first entryinto the Capitol beginning January 8, 2021 and as necessary depending on approvedtravel out of the Capital City; the Contractor may be required to perform additionalCOVID-19 testing of all or a portion of the individuals entering the Capitol at anytime, at the direction of the Project Director. Communicate Capitol COVID-19 policies, building restrictions, and PPErequirements to individuals entering the building; Provide Agency-furnished disposable masks for distribution to those who arrivewithout a mask; Complete a COVID-19 symptom questionnaire and temperature check using aContractor-provided thermal or infrared scanning device; Ensure individuals maintain appropriate social distancing as directed during thetemperature screening process; Follow current health guidelines to determine if an individual is clear to enter thefacility; Communicate to an individual being screened if the individual passes the screening,and if not, follow set protocols on how to proceed; Follow and communicate quarantine protocols and, at the direction of the ExecutiveDirector or her designee, restrict access to individuals who do not meet screeningrequirements; Conduct secondary screening when necessary or as requested by the Agency; Use PPE correctly and as outlined by recommended testing protocol; all Contractorstaff PPE must be provided by the Contractor; Assist anyone with symptoms of COVID-19 or who has been advised to quarantinebased on current health recommendations.B. COVID-19 Testing: The Contractor shall be set up and equipped to conduct onsiteCOVID-19 testing on individuals as needed and upon request of legislative leadershipthrough the Project Director. The Contractor shall conduct all testing in a safe, medicallyapproved manner in a private area of the building provided by the Agency. Contractorstaff who are working directly with individuals shall respect confidentiality, becompassionate, helpful, discreet, and cooperative with individuals. Contractor shall beable to perform onsite testing in the Capitol on the general schedule of Monday throughFriday 7:00 am 5:00 pm and within six (6) hours of request by the Agency for timeperiods outside of these hours. In addition, Onsite testing protocols shall be approved by the Project Director prior to beingconducted; The Contractor shall use a molecular diagnostic test, with test results provided totested individual within 24-48 hours of test being conducted; The Contractor shall use PPE correctly and as outlined by recommended testingprotocol; all Contractor staff PPE will be provided by the Contractor; The Contractor shall use scripting to convey a consistent message; The Contractor shall communicate to the individual being tested the recommendedset protocols, timelines, and how best to proceed to minimize disease transmissionand ensure personal health; Testers will competently, safely, and securely handle molecular-based COVID-19test kits and specimens before, during, and after administration and package themper laboratory guidelines for shipping. Testers will work with Contractor's preferredshipping company to ensure specimens are shipped to an appropriate laboratory assoon as possible after collection.

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Product Codes: 94800, 94855, 91878, 94874, 94834

Agency Information

Issuing Agency: State of Alaska - Legislative Affairs Agency

State: Alaska

Agency Type: State and Local

Contact: 129 6th St. Terry Miller Legislative Office Building, State Capitol Room 3, Juneau, Alaska, 99801-1182




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