Standard Terms and Conditions

These Terms and Conditions may be updated from time to time without notice.

1. Remedies and Applicable Law. This Contract shall be governed by and construed in accordance with the laws of the State of Arizona. The University and Offeror shall have all remedies afforded by said law.

2. Public Records. The parties acknowledge that Northern Arizona University is a public entity subject to the provisions of the Arizona Public Records Laws, A.R.S. §§ 39-121 et. seq. In the event that a public records request is received by Northern Arizona University requesting records described as confidential, which Northern Arizona University determines must be disclosed, Northern Arizona University shall notify the other party prior to disclosure.

3. Interpretation-Parol Evidence. This writing shall be intended by the parties as a final expression of their Contract and shall be intended also as a complete and exclusive statement of the terms of their Contract. No course of prior dealings between the parties and no usage of the trade shall be relevant to supplement or explain any term used in this Contract. Acceptance or acquiescence in a course of performance rendered under this Contract shall not be relevant to determine the meaning of this Contract even though the accepting or acquiescing party has knowledge of the nature of the performance and opportunity for objection. Whenever a term defined by the Uniform Commercial Code is used in this Contract, the definition contained in the Code is to control.

4. Dispute Resolution. Except as otherwise provided herein, all Contract claims and controversies arising under this Contract shall be resolved pursuant to Arizona Board of Regents procurement procedures, Section 3-809, in particular Section 3-809C.

5. Equal Opportunity Clause. Offeror and any subcontractor(s) shall abide by the requirements of 41 CFR §§ 60-1.4(a), 60-300.5(a) and 60-741.5(a). These regulations prohibit discrimination against qualified individuals based on their status as protected veterans or individuals with disabilities, and prohibit discrimination against all individuals based on their race, color, religion, sex, or national origin. Moreover, these regulations require that Offeror and any subcontractor(s) take affirmative action to employ and advance in employment individuals without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, protected veteran status or disability.

6. Non-Discrimination. During the performance of this Contract, the Offeror agrees not to discriminate against any employee or applicant for employment because of race, color, sex, religion, or national origin, or because he or she has a disability, or because he or she is a qualified protected veteran. The aforesaid provision shall include, but not be limited to, the following: employment, upgrading, demotion or transfer, recruitment or recruitment advertising, layoff or termination, rates of pay or other forms of compensation, and selection for training including apprenticeship. The parties agree to comply with Arizona Executive Order 99-4, prohibiting discrimination in employment by government Contractors, to the extent applicable to this Contract.

7. Family Education Rights and Privacy Act. To the extent Offeror will have access to student educational records, this paragraph will apply. Student educational records are protected by the federal Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act, 20 U.S.C. § 1232g. Offeror will comply with the Family Education Rights and Privacy Act and will not access or make any disclosures of the University’s student educational records to third parties without prior notice to and consent from the University, or as otherwise provided by law.

8. Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act. Offeror shall abide by all laws and regulations that protect the privacy of healthcare information to which Offeror obtains access under this Contract. Offeror and the University acknowledge that certain portions of the Administrative Simplification section of the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996, as codified at 42 U.S.C. § 1320d through d-8, and the federal privacy regulations as contained in 45 CFR Part 164 may apply to Offeror and the University, and their relationships and operation under this Contract. If necessary, Offeror and the University will enter into a standard Business Associate Agreement, and any other required Health Insurance Portability Accountability Act agreements. To the extent the terms thereof relate to Offeror’s performance under this Contract, the provisions of such Business Associate Agreement shall control.

9. Americans with Disabilities Act and Rehabilitation Act. Offeror will comply with all applicable provisions of the Americans with Disabilities Act, the Rehabilitation Act, and all applicable federal regulations.
All electronic and information technology and products and services to be used by University faculty/staff, students, program participants, or other University constituencies must be compliant with the Americans with Disabilities Act as amended and the Rehabilitation Act. Compliance means that a disabled person can acquire the same information, engage in the same interactions, and enjoy the same services as a nondisabled person, in an equally effective and integrated manner, with substantially equivalent ease of use.
      9.1. Electronic and Information Technology. Any acquisition considered electronic and information technology "EIT" as defined by the Access Board at 36 CFR 1194.4 and in the FAR at 2.101 must comply                with Section 508 (36 CFR Part 1194) and requires the submission of a completed Voluntary Product Accessibility Template “VPAT” so that the University may ascertain conformance. Offers without a                      completed VPAT may be disqualified from competition.
                 9.1.1. EIT is information technology “IT” and any equipment or interconnected system or subsystem of equipment that is used in the creation, conversion, or duplication of data or information. EIT                                      includes, but is not limited to:
                                         9.1.1.1. telecommunication products, such as telephones;
                                         9.1.1.2. information kiosks and transaction machines;
                                         9.1.1.3. World Wide Web sites;
                                         9.1.1.4. software;
                                         9.1.1.5. multimedia (including videotapes); and
                                         9.1.1.6. office equipment, such as copiers and fax machines.
                9.1.2. The University reserves the right to perform real-world testing of a product or service to validate Offeror’s claims regarding Section 508 conformance. To facilitate testing Offeror will, upon request,                           provide the University with access to the product being considered for purchase for a period of at least thirty (30) calendar days.
      9.2. Services and Products. An accessible service or product is one that can be used by as many people as possible, taking into account their physical, cognitive, emotional, and sensory differences.
                9.2.1. Services provided include, but are not limited to:
                                         9.2.1.1. education and training;
                                         9.2.1.2. cultural and athletic events;
                                         9.2.1.3. vehicle rentals;
                                         9.2.1.4. event space and lodging; and
                                         9.2.1.5. parking and transportation.
              9.2.2. Products include, but are not limited to:
                                        9.2.2.1. instructional materials;
                                        9.2.2.2. office equipment;
                                        9.2.2.3. office and classroom furniture; and
                                        9.2.2.4. kiosks.

10. Indemnification. Offeror shall indemnify, defend, save and hold harmless the State of Arizona, its departments, agencies, boards, commissions, universities and its officers, officials, agents, and employees (hereinafter referred to as “Indemnitee”) from and against any and all claims, actions, liabilities, damages, losses, or expenses (including court costs, attorneys’ fees, and costs of claim processing, investigation and litigation) (hereinafter referred to as “Claims”) for bodily injury or personal injury (including death), or loss or damage to tangible or intangible property caused, or alleged to be caused, in whole or in part, by the negligent or willful acts or omissions of Offeror or any of its owners, officers, directors, agents, employees or subcontractors. This indemnity includes any claim or amount arising out of or recovered under the Workers’ Compensation Law or arising out of the failure of such Offeror to conform to any federal, state or local law, statute, ordinance, rule, regulation or court decree. It is the specific intention of the parties that the Indemnitee shall, in all instances, except for Claims arising solely from the negligent or willful acts or omissions of the Indemnitee, be indemnified by Offeror from and against any and all claims. It is agreed that Offeror shall be responsible for primary loss investigation, defense and judgment costs where this indemnification is applicable. In consideration of the award of this Contract, the Offeror agrees to waive all rights of subrogation against the State of Arizona, its officers, officials, agents and employees for losses arising from services performed by the Offeror for the State of Arizona.

11. Labor Disputes. Offeror shall give prompt notice to the University of any actual or potential labor dispute which delays or may delay performance of this Contract.

12. Force Majeure. Neither party shall be held responsible for any losses resulting if the fulfillment of any terms or provisions of this Contract are delayed or prevented by any cause not within the control of the party whose performance is interfered with, and which by the exercise of reasonable diligence, said party is unable to prevent.

13. No Waiver. No waiver by the University of any breach of the provisions of this Contract by the Offeror shall in any way be construed to be a waiver of any future breach or bar the University's right to insist on strict performance of the provisions of the Contract.

14. Modifications. This Contract shall be modified or rescinded only by a writing signed by both parties or their duly authorized agents.

15. Assignment-Delegation. No right or interest in this Contract shall be assigned or delegation of any obligation made by Offeror without the written permission of the University. Any attempted assignment or delegation by Offeror shall be wholly void and totally ineffective for all purposes unless made in conformity with this paragraph.

16. Assignment of Anti-Trust Overcharge Claims. The parties recognize that in actual economic practice overcharges resulting from anti-trust violations are in fact borne by the ultimate purchaser; therefore, Offeror hereby assigns to the Arizona Board of Regents any and all claims for such overcharges.

17. Cancellation for Lack of Funding. This Contract may be canceled without any further obligation on the part of the Arizona Board of Regents and Northern Arizona University in the event that sufficient appropriated funding is unavailable to assure full performance of the terms. The Offeror shall be notified in writing of such non-appropriation at the earliest opportunity.

18. Cancellation of State Contract. In accordance with A.R.S. §38-511, this Contract may be canceled without penalty or further obligation if any person significantly involved in initiating, negotiating, securing, drafting, or creating the Contract on behalf of the University shall, at anytime while the Contract or any extension of the Contract shall be in effect, be an employee of any other party to the Contract in any capacity or a consultant to any other party of the Contract with respect to the subject matter of the Contract.

19. Cancellation for Conflict of Interest. The parties agree that this Contract may be canceled for conflict of interest in accordance with A.R.S. §38-511.

20. Termination. The University may by written notice, stating the extent and effective date, terminate this Contract for convenience in whole or in part, at any time. The University shall pay the Offeror as full compensation for performance until such termination: (1) the unit or pro rata Contract price for the delivered and accepted portion; and (2) a reasonable amount, not otherwise recoverable from other sources by the Offeror as approved by the University, with respect to the undelivered or unacceptable portion of this Contract, provided compensation hereunder shall in no event exceed the total Contract price.

21. Termination for Default. In the event that the Offeror shall fail to maintain or keep in force any of the terms and conditions of this Contract, the University may notify the Offeror in writing of such failure and demand that the same be remedied within ten (10) days. Should the Offeror fail to remedy the same within said period, the University shall then have the right to terminate this Contract.

22. Insolvency. The University shall have the right to terminate this Contract at any time in the event the Offeror files a petition in bankruptcy, or is adjudicated bankrupt; or if a petition in bankruptcy is filed against the Offeror and not discharged within thirty (30) days; or if the Offeror becomes insolvent or makes an assignment for the benefit of its creditors or an arrangement pursuant to any bankruptcy law; or if a receiver is appointed for the Offeror or its business.

23. Anti-Kickback. In compliance with FAR 52.203-7, the University has in place and follows procedures designed to prevent and detect violations of the Anti-Kickback Act of 1986 in its operation and direct business relationships.

24. Gratuities. The University may, by written notice to the Offeror, cancel this Contract if it is found by the University that gratuities, in the form of entertainment, gifts or otherwise, were offered or given by the Offeror, or any agent or representative of the Offeror, to any officer or employee of the State of Arizona with a view toward securing a Contract or securing favorable treatment with respect to the awarding or amending, or the making of any determinations with respect to the performing of such Contract. In the event this Contract is canceled by the University pursuant to this provision, the University shall be entitled, in addition to any other rights and remedies, to recover or withhold the amount of the cost incurred by Offeror in providing such gratuities.

25. Byrd Anti-Lobbying Amendment (31 U.S.C. 1352). Offerors who apply or bid for an award of $100,000 or more shall file the required certification. Each tier certifies to the tier above that it will not and has not used Federal appropriated funds to pay any person or organization for influencing or attempting to influence an officer or employee of any agency, a member Congress, officer or employee of Congress, or an employee of a member of Congress in connection with obtaining any Federal contract, grant, or any other award covered by 31 U.S.C. 1352. Each tier shall also disclose any lobbying with non-Federal funds that takes place in connection with obtaining and Federal award. Such disclosures are forwarded from tier to tier up to the recipient.

26. Inspection and Audit. All books, accounts, reports, files, and other records relating to this Contract shall be subject at all reasonable times to inspection and audit by the Arizona Board of Regents, Northern Arizona University, or the Auditor General of the State of Arizona, or their agents for five (5) years after completion of this Contract. Such records shall be produced at Northern Arizona University, or such other location as designated by Northern Arizona University, upon reasonable notice to the contracting party.

27. Insurance Requirements. Without limiting any liabilities or any other obligations of Offeror, Offeror shall provide and maintain the minimum insurance coverage listed below unless otherwise agreed to in writing. Coverage shall be provided with forms and insurers acceptable to the University, until all obligations under the Contract shall be satisfied. An acceptable insurance company shall be authorized to conduct business in the State of Arizona and shall be rated at least A-,VII by A.M. Best, Inc.
If applicable, Worker's Compensation insurance coverage for all employees which meets Arizona statutory benefits; including Employer's Liability with minimum limits of $500,000 each accident, $500,000 each employee/disease, and $1,000,000 policy limits/disease. The University shall not require an additional insured endorsement, however, the policy shall include an endorsement for All State coverage for the State of Arizona.

If designated as a Sole Proprietor with no employees, the State of Arizona (ARS 23-901, ARS 23-961a) requires submittal of a written Sole Proprietor Waiver. The waiver document is Form #spw/1 and can found at http://www.azrisk.state.az.us/userfiles/file/insurance/Sole%20Proprietor%20Form%20Rev_11-01-2012.pdf

Comprehensive General Liability insurance with a minimum combined single limit (CSL) each occurrence of ONE MILLION DOLLARS ($1,000,000) and TWO MILLION DOLLARS ($2,000,000) general aggregate. The policy shall include coverage for bodily injury, broad form property damage (including completed operations), personal injury (including coverage for Contractual and employee acts), blank Contractual liability, products, and completed operations, this coverage shall extend for year one past acceptance, cancellation, or termination of the services or work defined in the Contract; Fire Legal Liability; Liquor Liability (if applicable).

Comprehensive Automobile Liability insurance with a combined single limit (CSL) for bodily injury, death, or property damage of not less than ONE MILLION DOLLARS ($1,000,000) with respect to "any auto" or Offeror's "scheduled, owned, hired, or non-owned vehicles," assigned to or used in performance of the Services.

If applicable, Professional Liability with minimum limits of ONE MILLION DOLLARS ($1,000,000) each claim (or each wrongful act), and THREE MILLION DOLLARS ($3,000,000) aggregate with a retroactive liability date (if applicable to claims-made coverage) the same as the effective date of the Contract. The policy shall cover professional misconduct or lack of ordinary skill for those positions defined in the Scope of Work of the Contract and, at the discretion of the State of Arizona, the Arizona Board of Regents, and Northern Arizona University, shall include one of the following types of Professional Liability policies: Directors or Officers, Errors and Omissions, Medical Malpractice, Druggists Professional, Architects/Engineers Professional, Lawyers Professional, Teachers Professional, Accountants Professional, and Other (specify professions from Scope of Work). The policy shall contain an Extended Claim Reporting Provision of not less than one year following termination of the policy.

Waiver of Subrogation: Policy shall contain a waiver of subrogation against the State of Arizona, its departments, agencies, boards, commissions, universities and its officers, officials, agents, and employees for losses arising from work performed by or on behalf of the Contractor. The waiver of subrogation applies to Commercial General Liability, Commercial Auto Liability, Professional Liability, and Workers' Compensation.

If applicable, Builder's Risk coverage in an amount that represents the project's estimated completed value.

The policies required herein shall be endorsed to include the State of Arizona, the Arizona Board of Regents, and Northern Arizona University as additional insured.

The policies required herein shall stipulate that the insurance afforded Offeror shall be primary insurance and that any insurance carried by the State of Arizona, the Arizona Board of Regents, and Northern Arizona University, shall be excess and not contributory insurance to that provided by the named insured.

Coverage afforded under these policies shall not be canceled, terminated, or materially altered until thirty (30) days prior written notice has been given to the University.

A certificate of insurance acceptable to the University shall be issued to the University as evidence that policies providing the required coverage's, conditions, and limits are in full force and effect. An acceptable certificate shall include statements indicating compliance with the requirements listed above, a statement describing the Offeror's activity/property/Contract with Northern Arizona University, shall be countersigned by an authorized representative of the issuing insurance company, and list Northern Arizona University as the certificate holder.

Offeror shall provide the University with an acceptable Certificate of Insurance prior to the commencement of providing the goods/services defined in the Contract.

Failure on the part of Offeror to meet these requirements shall constitute a material breach upon which the State of Arizona, the Arizona Board of Regents, and the University may immediately terminate the Contract, or, at its discretion, procure or renew such insurance and pay any and all premiums in connection therewith, and all monies so paid by the State of Arizona, the Arizona Board of Regents, and the University shall be repaid by Offeror to the University upon demand, or the State of Arizona, the Arizona Board of Regents, and the University may offset the cost of the premiums against any monies due to Offeror.

Costs for coverage's broader than those required or for limits in excess of those required shall not be charged to the State of Arizona, the Arizona Board of Regents, and Northern Arizona University.

The University reserves the right to request and receive certified copies of any or all of the above policies and/or endorsements within ten (10) calendar days of Contract signature.

The Offeror and its insurers providing the required coverage's shall waive all rights of recovery against the State of Arizona, the Arizona Board of Regents, and the University, their agents, officials, and employees.

The Certificate of Insurance shall be mailed to:

Northern Arizona University
Purchasing Services
RE:
PO Box 4124
Flagstaff, AZ 86011

28. Asbestos Notification and Confirmation. All buildings on the campus of Northern Arizona University have been tested by a certified testing agency to determine the presence of asbestos containing building materials (ACBM's) and presumed asbestos containing materials (PACM's). The test confirms the presence of ACBM's in several campus buildings. The test results are documented and on file with the University's Environmental Health and Safety Department and shall be available for review by contacting Gerald Bacon, Asbestos Program Coordinator, at 928-523-6435. Renovation/Construction/Removal and/or Installation services that may impact/disturb asbestos containing building materials (ACBM's) or presumed asbestos containing materials (PACM's) shall require Offeror to complete, sign, and submit to the University Form FS#13: Contractor Notification and Confirmation for Asbestos Containing Building Materials. No work shall commence prior to Offeror receiving an Asbestos Survey Results and Work Authorization with appropriate University signatures.

29. Package Goods. Offeror shall package goods in accordance with good commercial practice. Each shipping container shall be clearly and permanently marked as follows: (a) Offeror's name and address; (b) University's name, address and purchase order number; (c) Container number and total number of containers, e.g., box 1 of 4 boxes; and (d) The number of the container bearing the packing slip. Offeror shall bear cost of packaging unless otherwise provided.

30. Shipment Under Reservation Prohibited. Offeror shall not be authorized to ship the goods under reservation and no tender of a bill of lading shall operate as a tender of the goods.

31. Liens. All goods delivered and labor performed under this Contract shall be free of all liens and, if the University requests, a formal release of all liens shall be delivered to the University.

32. No Replacement of Defective Tender. Every tender of goods shall fully comply with all provisions of this Contract as to time of delivery, quantity, quality, and the like. If a tender is made which does not fully conform, this shall constitute a breach and Offeror shall not have the right to substitute a conforming tender.

33. Title and Risk of Loss. The title and risk of loss of the goods shall not pass to the University until the University actually receives the goods at the point(s) of delivery. Prices shall be F.O.B. Destination. Offeror shall retain title and control of all goods until they are delivered, received and the Contract of coverage has been completed. All risk of transportation and all related charges shall be the responsibility of the Offeror. The Offeror shall file all claims for visible and concealed damage. The University shall notify the Offeror promptly of any damaged goods and shall assist the Offeror in arranging for inspection. Notice of rejection may be made to the Offeror at any time within one month after delivery has been made. When supported by a written statement from the University, the Offeror shall not dispute its claims of damage.

34. Right of Inspection. The University shall have the right to inspect the goods at delivery before accepting them.

35. Warranties. In addition to any implied warranties, Offeror warrants that the goods furnished shall conform to the specifications, drawings, and descriptions listed herein, and to the sample or samples furnished by the Offeror, if any. In the event of a conflict between the specifications, drawings, and description, the specifications shall govern.

36. Sales and Use Tax. The Offeror shall comply with and require all of his subcontractors to comply with all the provisions of the applicable state and sales excise tax law and compensation use tax law and all amendments to same. The Offeror further agrees to indemnify and save harmless the University, of and from any and all claims and demands made against it by virtue of the failure of the Offeror or any subcontractor to comply with the provisions of any or all said laws in amendments. The University is not exempt from state sales excise tax and compensation use tax.

37. Furnish and Install. The items in this Contract shall be provided on an Offeror furnish and install basis. Offeror shall have complete responsibility for the items or products until they are in place and working. Any special installation preparation and requirements shall be submitted to the University. All transportation and coordination arrangements shall be the responsibility of the Offeror. Delivery of products shall be coordinated so that products shall be delivered direct to the installation site. This shall minimize the risk of loss and/or damage and shall avoid double handling.

38. Changes. Within the limits allowed by law, Offeror agrees that the University may order additional services, or make changes by altering, adding to, or deducting from the proposed services, the Contract sum being adjusted accordingly, and Offeror shall enter into a modification of the Contract to reflect said changes.

39. Installment Payment Contract. The University is precluded from entering into an installment Contract unless such Contract can be canceled for non-allocation of funds at the end of any fiscal year, at no penalty to the University. If funds shall not be allocated for this Contract for periodic payment in any future annual fiscal period, following the University’s formal request for funds, the University shall not be obligated to pay the net remainder of agreed to consecutive periodic payments remaining unpaid beyond the end of the then current fiscal year. The University agrees to notify the Offeror of such non-allocation at the earliest possible time. No penalty shall accrue to the University in the event this provision shall be exercised. This provision shall not be construed so as to permit the University to terminate this Contract in order to acquire similar goods and/or services from another party.

40. Price Adjustment. Price changes shall only be considered at the end of one Contract period and the beginning of another. Price change requests shall be supported by evidence of increased costs to the Offeror. The University shall not approve price increases that shall merely increase the gross profitability of the Offeror at the expense of the University. Price change requests shall be a factor in the Contract extension review process. The University shall determine whether the requested price increase or an alternate option shall be in the best interest of the University.

41. Fixed Escalation Clause. Offeror shall certify a fixed maximum percentage of escalation of costs of goods and/or services for a period of five (5) years following expiration of warranty. Cost shall not exceed five (5) % per year or Consumer Price Index (CPI), whichsoever is less.

42. Invoices. Invoices covering each delivery shall be mailed to Accounts Payable once a month. Invoices shall be for all items delivered within the month. The intent shall be to receive one (1) monthly billing. All invoices shall reference the purchase order number and the Contract.

43. Payment. Payment shall be subject to the provisions of Title 35 of Arizona Revised Statutes relating to time and manner of submission of claims. The University's obligation shall be payable only and solely from funds appropriated for the purpose of the Contract.

44. Debarment and Suspension. Recipients shall fully comply with the requirements stipulated in Subpart C of 45 CFR 620, entitled “Responsibilities of Participants Regarding Transactions”. The recipient is responsible for ensuring that any lower tier covered transaction, as described in Subpart B of 45 CFR 620, entitled “Covered Transactions”, includes a term or condition requiring compliance with Subpart C. The recipient also is responsible for further requiring the inclusion of a similar term or condition in any subsequent lower tier covered transaction. The recipient acknowledges that failing to disclose the information required under 45 CFR 620.335 may result in the termination of the award, or pursuance of other available remedies, including suspension and debarment. Recipients may access the Excluded Parties List System at https://www.sam.gov.

45. Rights to Inventions Made Under a Contract or Agreement. Contracts or agreements for the performance of experimental, developmental, or research work shall provide for the rights of the Federal Government and the recipient in any resulting invention in accordance with 37 CFR part 401, “Rights to Inventions Made by Nonprofit Organizations and Small Business Firms Under Government Grants, Contracts and Cooperative Agreements,” and any implementing regulations issued by the awarding agency.

46. Personnel. Employees of the Offeror assigned to the project and identified by name in the Contract shall remain dedicated to this project. Personnel changes shall be permitted only with prior notification and approval of the University.

47. Independent Contractor. It shall be understood that Offeror shall operate as an Independent Contractor, not as an employee or agent of the University.

48. Service Marks and Trademarks. For purposes of this provision, the phrase "NAU Mark" means any trade name, trademark, service mark, logo, domain name, and any other distinctive brand feature owned or used by the University. Offeror agrees to comply with the University’s trademark licensing program concerning any use or proposed use by Offeror of any of NAU Mark on goods, in relation to services, and in connection with advertisements or promotion of Offeror or its business. Except as expressly authorized in this Agreement, Offeror is not permitted to use any NAU Mark without prior written approval of the University. Prior to any use of an NAU Mark by Offeror or its affiliates or successors or assigns, Offeror will comply with NAU’s Licensing Policy http://nau.edu/licensing.

49. Advertising/Publishing. Offeror shall not advertise or publish, without the University’s prior consent, the fact that the University had entered into this Contract, except to the extent necessary to comply with proper request for information provided by appropriate statues.

50. Legal Workers. Pursuant to ARS §41-4401 the University is prohibited after September 30, 2008 from awarding a Contract to any Offeror who fails, or whose subcontractors fail, to comply with ARS § 23-214-A. Offeror warrants that it complies fully with all federal immigration laws and regulations that relate to its employees, that it shall verify, through the U.S. Department of Homeland Security’s E-Verify program, the employment eligibility of each employee hired after December 31, 2007, and that it shall require its subcontractors and sub-subcontractors to provide the same warranties to the Offeror.
Offeror acknowledges that a breach of this warranty by Offeror or by any subcontractor or sub-subcontractor under this Contract shall be deemed a material breach of this Contract, and is grounds for penalties, including termination of this Contract, by the University. The University retains the right to inspect the records of any Offeror, subcontractor and sub-subcontractor employee who performs work under this Contract, and to conduct random verification of the employment records of the Offeror and any subcontractor and sub-subcontractor who works on this Contract, to ensure that the Offeror and each subcontractor and sub-subcontractor is complying with the warranties set forth above. The portion of this provision dealing with the Offeror’s warranty is not applicable where the Offeror is a governmental entity nor is the Offeror required to pass this provision through to subcontractors and sub-subcontractors who are governmental entities.

51. Data Ownership. Northern Arizona University will own, or retain all of its rights in, all data and information that Northern Arizona University provides to Offeror, as well as all data managed by Offeror on behalf of Northern Arizona University, including all output, reports, analyses, and other materials relating to or generated by the services, even if generated by Offeror, as well as all data collected, extracted, or received through Northern Arizona University's or Offeror's use of the services or deliverables (collectively, the "Northern Arizona University Data"). The Northern Arizona University Data shall be considered Northern Arizona University's confidential information. Offeror shall not use, access, disclose, or license or provide to third parties, any Northern Arizona University Data, or any materials derived therefrom, except, in each case, as authorized in writing by Northern Arizona University. Without limiting the generality of the foregoing, Offeror may not use any Northern Arizona University Data, whether or not aggregated or de-identified, for product development, marketing, profiling, benchmarking, or product demonstrations, without, in each case, Northern Arizona University's prior written consent.

52. Non-Disclosure and Trade Secrets. Offeror may receive (or has received) from the University and otherwise be exposed to confidential and proprietary information relating to the University’s business practices, strategies and technologies, NAU Data as well as confidential information to the University necessary to perform the services and/or provide the deliverables (collectively, NAU Confidential Information). The University’s confidential information may include, but not limited to, confidential and proprietary information supplied to the Offeror with the legend “NAU Confidential and Proprietary” or other designations of confidentiality. As between the Offeror and the University, the NAU Confidential Information is the sole, exclusive, and valuable property of the University. Accordingly, Offeror will not reproduce or otherwise use any of the NAU Confidential Information except in the performance of the Services or the provision of the Deliverables and will not disclose any of the NAU Confidential Information in any form to any third party, either during or after the Term, except with the University’s prior written consent. Upon termination of the Contract, Offeror will cease using and will return to the University, all originals and all copies of the NAU Confidential Information, in all forms and media, in Offeror’s possession or under Offeror’s control. In addition, Offeror will not disclose or otherwise make available to the University any confidential information of the Offeror or received by contractor from any third party.
Offeror will have no obligation to maintain as confidential any NAU Confidential Information (other than NAU Data) that Offeror can show: (i) was already lawfully in the possession of or known by Offeror before receipt from the University; (ii) is or becomes generally known in the industry through no violation of the contract or any other agreement between the parties; (iii) is lawfully received by the Offeror from a third party without restriction on disclosure or use; (iv) is required to be disclosed by court order following notice to the University sufficient to allow the University to contest such order; or (v) is approved in writing by the University for release or other use by Offeror.

53. Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard. For e-commerce business and/or credit card transactions, Offeror agrees to be bound by the requirements and terms of the Rules of all applicable Card Associations, as amended from time to time and be solely responsible for security and maintaining confidentiality of Card transactions processed by means of electronic commerce up to the point of receipt of such transactions by Bank.
Offeror is required to be in compliance with the current or successor standard for Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard “PCI DSS”, Payment Application Data Security Standard “PA DSS” for software and PIN Transaction Security “PCI PTS” for hardware and provide attestation of compliance annually. The technical solution must include the following:
53.1. Offeror maintains their own network operating on their own dedicated infrastructure. Offeror’s network includes a firewall that includes access control rules that separate Offeror’s PCI network from the University and restricts any communication between Offeror’s network devices and the University systems.
53.2. Offeror treats the University network as an untrusted network and encrypts all cardholder data traversing the University network using industry standard encryption algorithms.
53.3. A system where the University has no ability to decrypt cardholder data.
53.4. Devices must be Secure Reading and Exchange of Data “SRED” and PTS 3.x compliant. Europay, MasterCard and Visa “EMV” compliance is required by October 1, 2015.
54. Weapons. The University prohibits the use, possession, display, or storage of any weapon, explosive device, or fireworks on all land and buildings owned, leased, or under the control of the University or its affiliated or related entities, in all University residential facilities (whether managed by the University or another entity), in all University vehicles and at all University or University-affiliate sponsored events and activities, except as provided in §12-781 of the Arizona Revised Statutes or unless written permission is given by the NAU Police Department. Notification by Offerors to all persons or entities who are employees, officers, subcontractors, consultants, agents, guests, invitees, or licensees of Offeror “Offeror Parties” of this policy is a condition and requirement of the Contract. Offeror further agrees to enforce this contractual requirement against all Offeror Parties.

55. Tobacco Free. The University recognizes that tobacco use is a public health hazard and is dedicated to providing a healthy, comfortable and productive living, learning and working environment. Beginning July 1, 2016 the use of all tobacco products, including those not approved by the FDA for cessation is prohibited on university property, facilities, grounds, parking structures, university-owned vehicles and structures owned or leased by the University. This includes, but is not limited to, the use of cigarettes, e-cigarettes, hookah, e-hookah, chew, dip, snuff, cigars, pipes, vaporizers, etc. For additional information, go to http://nau.edu/Tobacco-Free/Policy/.

56. Participation in Boycott of Israel. Pursuant to Arizona Revised Statute §§ 35-393 and 35-393.01, Offeror certifies that it is not currently engaged in and agrees, for the duration of the Contract, to not engage in a Boycott of Israel.

57. Essence of Time. Time shall be of the essence as to matters contemplated by this Agreement.

Government Subcontract Provisions

If this order is a subcontract under a U.S. government prime contract, the clauses contained in the following paragraphs of the Federal Procurement Regulations (FPR) or the Armed Services Procurement Regulations (ASPR) are incorporated herein by reference. For the purpose of this Purchase Order in the following clauses, the terms "Government" and "Contracting Officer" shall mean Buyer; the term "Contract" shall mean this order and the term "Contractor" shall mean Seller. Each regulation contains criteria for determining applicability of the regulation to a particular contract.

Provisions Under Government Contract

For purchases funded with Federal Government Contract funds, the following provisions of the Federal Acquisition Regulations (FAR) apply as applicable.

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52.202-1 Definitions 52.202-3 Gratuities
52.203-5 Covenant Against Contingent Fees
52.203-6 Restrictions on Subcontractor Sales to the Government (over $100,000, except for commercial terms)
52.203-7 Anti-Kickback Procedures (over $100,000, except for commercial items)
52.203-12 Limitation on Payments to Influence Certain Federal Transactions
52.209-6 Protecting the Government’s Interest When Subcontracting with Contractors Debarred, Suspended or Proposed for Debarment
52.211-15 Defense Priority and Allocation Requirements
52.212-13 Stop Work Order, Alternate I
52.214-27 Price Reduction For Defective Cost or Pricing Data
52.215-1 Examination of Records by Comptroller General
52.215-2 Audit-Negotiation and Records Negotiation
52.215-12 Subcontractor Cost or Pricing Data (over $650,000, except for commercial items)
52.215-13 Subcontractor Cost or Pricing Data - Modifications
52-215-14 Integrity of Unit Prices (over $100,000 except for construction and commercial items)
52-217-1 Limitation of Price and Contractors Obligations
52-219-8 Utilization of Small Business Concerns
52-219-9 Small Business Subcontracting Plan (over $550,000)
52.222-1 Notice to the Government of Labor Disputes
52.222-4 Contract Work Hours and Safety Standards Act Overtime Compensation
52.222-6 Davis-Bacon Act
52.222-20 Walsh Healey Public Contracts Act
52.222-21 Prohibition of Segregated Facilities
52-222-25 Affirmative Action Compliance
52.222-26 Equal Opportunity
52.222-35 Affirmative Action for Special Disabled Veterans, Veterans of the Vietnam Era and other Eligible Veterans (over $25,000)
52.222-36 Affirmative Action for Workers with Disabilities (over $10,000)
52.222-37 Employment Reports on Special Disabled Veterans, Veterans of the Vietnam Era and other Eligible Veterans (over $25,000)
52.222-39 Notification of Employee Rights Concerning Payment of Union Dues or Fees (over $100,000)
52.222-41 Service Contract Act of 1965, as Amended
52.222-50 Combating Trafficking in Persons (services only)
52.223-3 Hazardous Material Identification and Material Safety Data
52.223-6 Drug-Free Workplace
52.225-1 Buy American Act - Supplies
52.225-13 Restrictions on Certain Foreign Purchases
52.227-1 Authorization and Consent (Alt I in all R&D) (over $100,000)
52.227-2 Notice and Assistance Regarding Patent and Copyright Infringement (over $100,000)
52.227-3 Patent Indemnity
52.227-11 Patent Rights – Retention by the Contractor (Short Form) (except for Commercial Items)
52.227-12 Patent Rights – Retention by the Contractor (Long Form) (except for Commercial Items)
52.227-13 Patent Rights - Acquisition by the Government (except for Commercial Items)
52.227-14 Rights in Data – General
52.233-1 Disputes
52.242-1 Notice of Intent to Disallow Costs
52.242-15 Stop-work order
52.243-1 Changes - Fixed Price (43.205 (a) (1) Alts may apply)
52.243-2 Changes - Cost Reimbursement (43.205 (b) (1) Alts may apply)
52.244-2 Subcontracts
52.244-5 Competition in Subcontracting
52.244-6 Subcontracts for Commercial Items
52.245-2 Government Property – FFP
52.245-5 Government Property – Cost (Alt I for nonprofit)
52.246-15 Certificate of Conformance
52.247-63 Preference for U.S. Flag Air Carriers
52.247-64 Preference for U.S. Flag Commercial Vessels
52.249-2 Termination for Convenience of the Government (Fixed Price)
52.249-5 Termination for the Convenience of the Government (Educational and Other Nonprofit Institutions)
52.249-14 Excusable Delays
52.252-2 Clauses Incorporated by Reference

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252.203-7001 Prohibition on Persons convicted of Fraud or Other Defense Contracted-Related Felonies
252.222-7000 Restrictions on Employment of Personnel
252.225-7000 Buy American Act and Balance of Payments program
252.227-7013 Rights in Technical Data and Computer Software
252.227-7016 Rights in Bid or Proposal Information
252.227-7018 Rights in Noncommercial Technical Data and Computer Software
252.227-7019 Validation of Asserted Restrictions – Computer Software
252.227-7037 Validation Technical Data
252.243-7001 Pricing of Contract Modifications
252.244-7000 Subcontracts for Commercial Items and Commercial Components