1 Agency For International Development, 0 l FC7-4)9 ' CONTRACT INFORMATION MANAGEMENT SYSTEM (CIMS) CIRECT ACTION DATA FORM-NV -619 For awards to U S Individu.als and Third Country Nationals (not FSNs) with a TEC less than 1 = or equal to $25.000, only the shaded Items on pages 1- of the form need to be completed SECTION 1: GENERAL AWARD INFORMATION (All Actions) Ia Basic Award Number lb. Baslo Mod Number lo, Order Number,ld Order Mod Number G-OC II AWARD NUMBER COMPONENTS [Items 2-61 NOTE For modifications and orders - these Items refer to the Basic Award. 2. Country/Office (Award Prefix) 3 Project Number 518 I Procurement Instrument. Report one of the following codes to Identify the type of action. For a work order or a modification to a contract or work o,der, Indicate the category of the basic contract A - Cooperative Agreemert B - Basic Ordering Agreement (BOA) C - Contract (Other than BOA, DOC, IQC. PO, RO. PSC) D - Definite Quantity Contract (DOC) E - Blanket Purhase Agreement (SPA) G - Grant I - Indefinite Quantity Contract (IC) M - GSA Schedule Order N - Other Federal Schedule Order 0 - Purchase Order (PO) P - Participating Agency Service Agreement (PASA) 0 - Requirements Contract (RC) R - Resources Support Services Agreement (RSSA) S - Personal Services Contract (PSC) X - Ribbon PASA Z - Ribbon Contract ibuy-in) 5 Participating Agency (PASAIRSSA only) 6. FY of Award Award Description Grantee will participate in the RTAC II textbook program. Grant funds operational expenses during project start-up. 8 Principal Place of Performance a Ai D Country Code or Name U. b. City a. State d. Zip Code ONLY Beneflng Country (A I D Country Code or Name) Project Officer Cntry Code/Org Symboi or A 10 /W Org Symbol Last Name First Mi SI R/cf I Sinper Derek 11 Requirement Received by Pro-I 12 Date Award Signed by 13 Effective Date of Award 14 Estimated Completion curing Office (MMIDDIYY) A I D (MMIDDIYY) (MMIDDIYY) Date (MMIDDIYY) 08/07/91 08/23/91 08/23/91 08/31/92 BASIC AWARDS ONLY 16a SIC Code 15b Is This Vendor a Small Business for the SIC of Award? 116 Product/Service Code Yes W No Procurement Type BASIC AWARDS AND ORDERS ONLY - A - Technical Services To A I D II F - Participant Training B - Technical Services to Host Country. G - Procurement Service Agent (PSA) C - Commodities D - Training Services to A.1 D E - Training Services to Host Country H - Research I - Architect and Engineering Services J - Construction 18. Negotiator (Last. First. MI) Country Code & Org Symbol or ISignature... Maria C. Andrade RCO/Quto 19 Contract Officer (Last, First, MIC) ountry Code & Org Symbol or It A ID/W Org Symbol Dunlap, James J.1 I ~ ' AID (6-90) W Smo Page 1 of 5 Pages MSIOPIPSISUP (CIMS)
2 CONTRACT INFORMATION MANAGEMENT SYSTEM (CIMS) DIRECT ACTION DATA FORM GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS Use this data form for reporting all contracts, DQCo, RCo, GSA and other Federal Schedule Orders, PO, PSCs and Ribbon Contracts with a total estimated cost (TEC) greater than $25,000 Use this form to report all BOAs. BPAs, IQCs. Cooperative Agreements, Grants, PASAs, RSSAs, and Ribbon PASAs. regardless of dollar amount Use this form to report all awards to U S ndlviduals and Third Country Nationals (not FSNs), Including PSCs and POe, regardless of the dollar amount. It should also be used to report any orders or modifications of to all the of modification the above awards, or order regardless Complete of the the dollar appropriately amount labeled sections for different types of awards For awards to U S Individuals and Third Country Nationals (not FSNs) with a TEC less than or equal to $25,000, only the shaded Items on pages 1-5 of the form need to be completed If the TEC Is greater than $25,000, all of the Items pertaining to awards must be completed When all parts of this form have been completed send one When. alng path ths frmh en docompete) nd one copy, along wth the requirement document(s) and the award to CIMS Section MS/OP/PS/SUP Room 1472, SA-14 Agency For International Development Washington, DC For detailed Instructions, consult the Contract Information Management System (CIMS) Data Form Instruction Manual. SECTION 1 - INSTRUCTIONS Ia. Basic Award Number, Enter the award number of the award For a modification, report the basic award number In block 1a and the modification number In block lb For actions such as I0C delivery orders, report the award number of the basic contract In block 1a and the order number In block 1c For a modification to an order, report the basic award number In block la., the order number in block 10 and the order modification number In block id For Item numbers 2 through 6, see the latest version of the Contract Information Bulletin (CIB) on the Uniform Numbering System for A I D -Direct Procurement Documents, for Instructions and a list,of po es, A list of codes Is also provided In th t Dp T'orM' Instruction Manual NOTE For mid'ftcdatns-o$t4.i refer to the basic award thi b 01 V I']- ON IL: 2 Country/Office (Award Prefix): Report the Country or A.1.D/WM.orcurernent Office Code as specfled Inthe CIB 3 Project Number: Enter the last four digits of the seven-digit project number funding the award. Fora*a.. funded by operating expense money or money other than project funds, enter 0000" (zeros) ParticipatingAgency (PASA/RSSA only): For PASARSSA type actions, report the code of the partic patng U S Government Agency providing services under the agreement A list of codenis provided In the CIMS Data Form instruction Manual and in the CIB on Uniform Numbering Systems 7. Award Description. The award description shall consist of a brief one-sentence description of or the products services being procured The sentence shall start with the phrase Contractor/Grantee/Recpient shall provide/ assist/support " Fill Inthe Award Description for all basic Awards, Orders, and modifications to PASA/RSSA awards 8 Principal Place of Performance (Country). Report the A I D country code, if available, or the name of the area where the work for this award will be primarily performed For products, report the code for the country where the product Is manufactured If the place of performance cannot be determined, report the vendor's billing location. 9 Benefiting Country: Report the A.lD Country Code, Ifavailable, or the name of the country receiving technloi assistance from this award 12 Date award signed by A.I.D. Entqrthedatoon which this action (basic award, order or modification) was signed by A I D 15a SIC Code Enter the Standard Industrial Classification (SIC) code that best describes the product or serv- Ice acquired In this basic award See FAR for codes A short list containing the codes most often used In A I D as also provided In the CIMS Data Form Instruction Manual 15b. Small Business (YIN)?. Chezk "Yes' Ifthe veildor Is classified as 'small* for the SIC of the award 16 Product or Service Code: Enter the Principal Product or Service code that best describes the product or 'service acquired Inthe basic award A short list contain- Ing the codes most often used In A I D Is provided Inthe CIMS Data Form Instruction Manual See the FPDS Product and Service Codes Manual for a complete listing, if necessary 17. Procurement Type. Check the box next to the code which best describes the category of service or cornmodity being procured under this award AID (6-90) ae 1 Back
3 SECTION 2: DATA REQ01RED FOR SPECIFIC TYPES OF ACTIONS 1ioo GRANTS AND COOPERATIVE AGREEMENTS ONLY 20 Grant/Agreement Type R A- Amerloan Schools and Hospitals Abroad (ASHA) D - Title XII Authority E - Other than A. B. C. or D GSA & OTHER FEDERAL SCHEDULE ORDERS 22. Schedule Contract Number 2. Nm o ederal Agenoy Awarding Schedule. 21. Total Amount of Non- Federal Funds pledged to tns Grant/Agree- $ IC BASIC ONLY 24 IOC Sorvic Area T2.Mnmm25. Maxlmumn (11fis of oontlact) 27 Advisory & Assistance Services? ORDERS AND CONTRACTS ONLY ID Yes [ No 28a Contract Type BASIC CONTRACTS ONLY 28b If Cost-type Contract, Is this a level of effort A - Cost-Plus (Fixed Fee) F - Cost (No Fee) I K - Fixed Price with Eco- B - Firm Fixed Price. 0 - Cost-Plus (Award Fee) nomlo Price Adjustment C - Time and Materials H - Cost-Plus (Incentive Fee) I[l Yes No U - Labor Hour E -Cost Sharing 29a Is this a Letter Contract? I - Fixed-Price Incentive J - Fixed-Price Redetermination 29b Is this a Deflnltlzatlon of a Letter Contract? =l yes No yes No 30 Preference Program A - No Preference Program or Not Listed E - Tie-bid Preference 8-8 (a) ProgramU F - Labor Surplus Area (LSA) Set-asIde C - Smal Business (SB) Set-aside -D - Sheltered Workshop 0 - Combined LSAISB Set-aside 31 Subject To Labor Statute 32 Country of Manufacture/Origin of Services (A I D Country Code or Name) m A - Walsh-Healey Act, Manufacturer B - Wash-Healey Act. Regular Dealer m C - Service Contract Act [ 1 D - Davis-Bacon Aot 33. Subcontract Plan Required? ['- E - Not Subject to te Above ( Inclde PSCs) [ ys No 34. Date Soletaton Notice Publshed In CBD (MMIDDIYY) 35 Date Solcitatlon Issued (MMIDDIYY) AID (6-90) Page 2 of 5 pages MSIOPIPS/SUP (CIMS)
4 ,SECTION 2 - INSTRUCTIONS, 20. rantlagreement Type: For Grants and Coop- :QCs Most PSCs are usually code C oid. erative Agreements, check the box next to the code which I est' describes the award. Code C-"Other Specific Support 28b If Cost-Type Contract, Is this a level of effort Programs' refers to Chapters 4 and 6 of Hapdbook 13 Use (term) contract? (YIN): If this Is a Cost-Type Contract, Code E- *Other than A. B. C, or D," for unusual types check the box to indicate whether the award Is a level of ofwhich are not covered In codes A. B, C or D for! or completion (See FAR ) Y - Yes, Level of effort (term) 21 Total Amount of Non-Federal Funds pledged to. N - No, Completion this Grant/Agreement Enter the total amount of match- Ing (non-federal) funds pledged to this Grant or Cooperative 30 Preference Program Check the box next to the Agreement code which best describes the preference program used In 22 Schedule Contract No. Enter the schedule con making this award Check A ff no preference program tract number assigned by GSA or other Federal Agency 31. Subject to Labor Statute, Select the Labor Statwhich awarded the basic schedule contract Do not use ute which applies to this award by checking the appropriate dashes In the schedule contract number box Most A I D contracts. Including PSCs, are code E,3 Name of Federal Agency Awarding Schedule: 32 - Country of Manufacture/Origin of Services Enter the name of the Federal Agency which iwarded the (Country Code or Name) Enter the A I D country code, basic schedule contract Ifavailable, or the name of the country where the product Is manufactured For services, report the code for the nation 24 IQC Service Area. For IQC basic awards, enter ality of the vendor If there are multiple sources, enter the the code which best describes the services rendered by the code of the country that supplies the greatest portion vendor See listing provided In the CIMS Data Form Instruction Manual 33 Subcontract Plan required (Y/N)?: Check *Yes* If the vender for this award Is required to submit a plan for 27 Advisory & Assistance Services? (YiN)' Check using small business concerns and small disadvantaged husi *Yes* If the award Is for advisory and assistance services. ness concerns as subcontractors (See FAR (al See FAR 37 2 for definitions and examples 34 Date Solicitation Notice Published In CBD: If 28a Contract Type. Check the box next to the code for applicable, enter the date that a synopsis of the solicitation the type of contract Use code C- "Time and materials' for appeared In the Commerce Business Daily (CBD) AID (6-90) -'Page -4 2 Back 1
5 BASIC CONTRACTS AND NON*COMPETITIVE CONTRACT MODIFICATIONS ONLY 36 CICA Applicabllty 1100 R A - CICA Applable (include 8(a)) C - Subject to a Statute other than CICA (use for FA) 37. R Extent Competed B - Small Purchase Prooedure L D - Pro-CICA A- Competed Action (inolude Small Business et-ald.) C - Follow-on to Competed Action B - Not Available for Competition (use for sole-source 8(8)) D - Not Competed 38 Solicitation Procedure. A - Full and Open Competition (Sealed Bid) 0 - Alternate Source (Reduced Cost) _ B - Full and Open Competition (Competitive Proposal) H - Alternate Source (Mobizatlon) C - Full and Open Competition (Combination) J - Alternate Source (EnglneernglR&D) D - Architeot - Engineer L. K - Set Aside ( Include competitive 8(a)) E - Basic Research L j L - Other Than Fun & Open Competition F - Multiple Award Sohedule (include sole-source 8(a). FAA.) 3 Authority - Other than Full & Open Competition (Complete OnlyIf No. 38 u L) A - Unique Source J - Mobilization B - Follow-on Contract K - Eseential R&D Capabiity C - Unsolicited Research Proposal L - International Agreement D - Patent/Data Rights M - Authorized by Statute (inc. sole-source 8(a), FA.) E - Utitlees N - Authorized Resale F - Standardization P - National Security G - Only One Souroe - Other than A-F above Q - Publi Interest H - Urgency 40 A.I.D. Special Authorities - Other than FuL & Open Competition (Complete only If No.39 a M) A - Impairment of Foreign Aid Programe: All Personal Services [E3E - Impairment of Foreign AID Programs: Til Xii Contracts (PSCs). (See AIDAR ) Selection Prooedure-Collaborativef Astance. B - Impairment of Foreign Aid Programs:,wnrd of $100,000 or (See AIDAR ) lse by an overseas contracting actvity. (See AIDAR ) 7 F - Disater Relief C - Impairment of Foreign Ad Programs: Written Deter- (See Handbook 8. Chapter 2) mt'mtln by Assistant Administrator or AdmInistrator. (see AIDAR ) a - None of the Above Special Authorities m D- Impairment of Foreign Aid Programs: Title XII Selection Procedure-General. (See AIDAR ) 41. Synopsis of Procurement 42, No. of Offere 43. No. of Offers of Non-U.S. item(s) A - Synopsized prior to award 8 - Not synopsized due to urgency (use only If No. 30 * H) C - Not synopsized for other reason 44. Modification purpose (Mark all that apply) MODIFICATIONS ONLY - Incremental Funding Exercise of Option - Admnitratve Change Transfer Administrative Respondbity - Extenlion of Term Novtkn Agreement - Now/Revile Scope of Work Termination for Conveniece Increase in 1tC Termination for Default Decrease In TEC _--_Other: Overhead Rate Adjustment AID (6-90) Pagp 3 of 5 Pages
6 -SECTIO'2 - ISTRUCTIONS 1 For a modification which was non-competitive (I a.which required a non-compettive justificationand was outside of the scope of work of the original contract) complete Items 36 thru 43 See FAR and CICA Applicability Check the box next to the code which describes the,pplicabwty of CICA or other statutes to this award Select code B - "Small Purchase Procedure" If this action Isa small purchase pursuant to the procedures In FAR Part 13 Select Code C - *Subject to a Statute other than CICA" if this action Is pursuant to the procurement procedures authorized under the Foreign Assistance Act (FAA) for Impairment of Foreign Aid Programs. Title Xli Selection Procedures, or Disaster Relief Select code A-'CICA Applicablo" for all other procurement actions resulting from a solicitation Issued on or after April and codes B or C do not apply 8(a) awards are coded as A Non-competitive modifications are coded as A Select code D-'Pre-CICA" for now procurements resulting from a solicitation Issued prior to April Extent Competed Check the box next to the code which describes the extent to which this award was competed Select code A-Competed Action' for Small Business sot-asides and corra,)tlive %11, -ards Competed actions also Invlude procur-ji.into auth..d under the Forsign Assistance Act (FAA) for Impairment of Foreign Aid Programs. Title XII Selection Procedures. or Disaster Relief. where more than one offer was received Select Code B 'Not Available for Competition* for solo-source 8(a) awards Select Code B for procurements authorized under the Foreign Assistance Act (FAA). where ory one offer was received 38 Solicitation Procedure* Check the box next to the code which describes the method by which this award was competed (See FAR Part 6 ) Select Code K - "Set-Aside" for smal business set-asides and competitive 8(a) awards Code L - *Other Than Full & Open Competition* includes sole-source 8(a) awards and procurements authorized under the Foreign Assistance Act (FAA) for Impairment of Foreign Aid Programs. Title X1i Selection Procedures, or Daster Relief 39 Authority - Other Than Full & Open Competition: Complete only If Item No 38 Isequal to IL". For awards exercising other than full and opcn competition. check the box next to the code which deocribes the authority by which the award was not fully competed (See FAR Part 6 ) Code M - "Authorized by Statuto" Includes solo-source 8(a) awards and procurements authorized under the Forsign Assistance Act (FAA) for Impairment of Foreign Aid Programs. Title XII Selection ProcedL.-es. or Disaster Relief 40. A..D. Speolal Authorities - Other Than Full A Open Competition: Complete only If Item No. 39 Is equalto"m". For those awards authorized by the Foreign Assistance Act (FAA) for other than full and open compet tlon. check the box next to the code which describes the authority Select Code 0 - None of the Above Special Authorties" for solo-source 8(a) awards 41 Synopsis of Procurement. Check the box next to the appropriate code based on the Commerce Business 2AUZ synopsis requirements of FAR 5 2 Code B - *Not synopsized due to urgency' may be used only if Item 39 is equal to H 43 No. of Offers of Non-U.S Item(s): Enter the number of bidders offering non-u S foreign end Items worth 61% or more of the contract value Ifthe contract Isexcluively for services, enter "0" 44. Modification Purpose (Mark all that apply). If this action Is a Modification to a Basic Award or a Modflcation to an Order. check all of the Modification Purposes that apply to this action Ifthe purpose is other than those listed on the form, check *Other* and provide a brief description AID (6-90) -. Pap 3 Back -4,#
7 58 Total Estimated Cost a. Previous TEC (TEC) $.J $82,000 SECTION 4: FINANCIAL INFORMATION (All Actions) j b. (Increase/Decrease) This Action OBLIGATION DATA c Current TEC $ 82O a. Budget Plan Code b. Project Number c. Amount Obligated/Deobligated d. Funds Type' (This Action) LDEA KG13. _. 182,000 USD I,, *., - $, F T S S e. TOT,M.w * 5O $ Funds Type Codese.TTL m- $800 USD: U.S. Dollars USL: U.S. Owned Local Currency 60 Paying Office: Identify the Office responsible for paying vendor Invoices. For Mission Payments, enter: For A.I.D /W Payments, check either: USAID/ (country) Ecuador PFM/FM/A/OE D PMFMICMPDIDCB 61a. Incrementally Funded? 61b. If Incrementally Funded; Date Funded through: (MMDDYY) AIDYES NO Pge f Pge AID (6-9o) Pale Sqof S Pages MSI/OPIPSLI JP (CIMS) "
8 ",, *. ' SECTION 4 - INSTRUCTIONS', - NOTE All financial Information must be In U S, dollars or 59b.' Proj6ot Number: Enter the Project Number aseb- U S dollar equivalents All local currency 6mounts must be elated with each BPC converted to the U S. dollar equivalept. "U.S, dollar equivalent' Is the dollar value of the local currency at the 59o. Amount Obllgated/Deobllgated (This Action): time of tne action signature Enter the obligation amount associated with each BPC. Use a minus sign to Indicate a deobligaflon 58a Previous Total Estimated Cost (TEC): Enter the total estimated cost to be Incurred during the expected Ofe 59d. Funds Type: Enter the Funds Type Code associof this award, as of the previous action. ated witheach BPC -'USD" = U.S Dollars USL" 1U.S 58b Total Estimated Cost (TEC) (IncreaselDe- Owned Local Currency crease) This Actlsn Enter the amount of change In the total estimated cost as a result of this action Use a minus of all TOA obtson eobligatl6n Enr a t sign to Indicate a decrease It there Is no change, enter of all BPC amounts found in item 59 a Use a minus sign to "0" Indicate a deobligation 58c Current Total Estimated Cost (TEC): Enter the 61a Incrementally Funded (YIN)?: An award which Is current total estimated cost to be Incurred during the ex- not fully funded but will be funded in Increments The award pected life of this award states the amount presently available for payment by the 59a Budget Plan Code (BPC) Enter each Budget Plan government and alloted to the award, and the pendd of per- Code associated with this action formance it Is estimated the alloted amount will cover AID (6-90) Page 5 Back
9 ~SECTION 3: VENDOR INFORMATION (All Actions) 1100.L4 45. Prime Vendor (Full Name and Address) 46. DUNS or CEC Number Corporaci6n para el Desarrollo de la Educaci6n Universitaria (CODEU) Rumipamba y Atahualpa Quito - Ecuador BASIC AWARDS AND NOVATIONS ONLY 48 Economic Sector I A - Private C - Federal Government B - International Publlc Sector L_.J D - StatelLocal Government 49. Business Organization Type 47 Taxpayer IDNo (TIN) A - Corporation H - Voluntary Organization B - Individual - I - Foundation.C - University or College _ J - Hospital D - Historically Black College or University _ K - Partnership E - Educational Organization other than University or College L - ProprietorsNp F - International Center M - Sheltered Workshop G - Research Organization other than International Center X Z - Other 50 For Profit? 51 U.S Nationality? (If U S Natknality, then answer Items 52-53) Yes I No I EI Yes No 52 Ownership Type (Complete only IfItem No. 61 * Yes) 53 Woman/Woman-Owned? -- (Complete only It Item A - Asian-Indian American.. E - Native American No 51 Yes) -I B- Asian-Paciflo American I F - Other Minority Yes) i_ C - Black American E Z- Non-Minorlty I Yes No D - Hispanlo American 54. Ifthe Vendor Is an indmdual who Is not a U.S Citizen, Is he/sh a Green Card holder? v Yes -] No 55 IfU S University. Host Country Counterpart Institution, 56a. Common Parent Organization (tax purposes) E No 56o. DUNS or CEC Number 56b Parent Vendor (Ful Name) 66d. Taxpayer ID No. (TIN) 57a Joint Venture? ED Yes EONo 57b Participant Vemor (Ful Name) 57o DUNS or CEC No. 67d Taxpayer ID No. (TIN) AID (6-90) Page 4 of 5 Pages MSIOP/PSISUP (CIMS).
10 SECTION 3 -INSTRUCTIONS 45. Prime Vendor, Record the vendor's full name and 53 Woman/Woman-Owned (YIN)?: Complete address In the space provided For U S Universities In- only If Item No 51 Is equal to "Yes" If the vendor Is a clude participating School/Center/Institute. For PASA/ firm or Individual of U S Nationality, Indicate whether or not RSSAs Include participating Agency and Department. For the vendor Is a woman or woman-owned A woman-owned Individuals, record the name as last, first and middle Initial business Is a business that Is at least 51% owned, controlled, and operated by women who are U S citizens 46 - DUNS or CEC No. Enter the 9-digit Dun & Bradstreet number or Contractor Establishment Code for 54 If the Vendor Is an Individual who Is not a U.S. the vendor of this ac Ion Citizen, is he/she a Green Card holder? (YIN): Answer *Yes' If the Individual has a green card, even If thei 47 Taxpayer ID No (TIN) Enter the 9-digit Tax- are not currently residing In the U S payer Identification N'umber used by the IRS for the vendor of this action (Note for Individuals, the TIN Is the Individu- 55 Host Country Counterpart Institution' If the al's Social Security Number ) Foreign vendors which do not vendor Is P U S University, enter the name of the hostdo business In the U S do not have a TIN See FAR 4 9 country Institution receiving technical assistance 48 Economic Sector Check the box next to the code 56a Common Parent Organization (Tax Purposes) which best applies to the sector In which the vendor of this Answer *Yes" Ifthe firm Is a member of an affiliated group action participates of corporations that files Federal Income Tax returns on a consolidated basis If 'Yes", complete Items 6b - 66d 49 Business Organization Type Check the box next related to the parent firm to the code which best describes the vendor of this action. 56. Common Parent DUNS or CEC No. Enter the 50 For Profit (Y/N)? Check 'Yes' If the vendor Is a 9-digit Dun & Bradstreet number or Contractor Establishprofit organization Check 'No" I the vendor Is a non-profit ment Code for the common parent (tax filing) organization. organization (Even If a non-profit organization charges a fee, It Is still considered to be non-profit) 56d Common Parent Taxpayer ID Number (TIN)- Enter the 9-digit Taxpayer Identification Number used by 51 U.S. Nationality (Y/N)? Check *Yes" Ifthe ven- the IRS for the common parent organization. See FAR 4 9 dor Is a U S citizen, Is a corporation or partnership organ- Ized under the laws of the U S, Is a U S - controlled for- 57a Joint Venture? Answer 'Yes' If the awardee Is a eign corporation (per 957 et seq of the U S Internal Reve- Joint venture If 'yes". complete Items 57b, 57o and 57d nue Service Code), or Is a Joint venture consisting entirely for each participant In the Joint venture of Individuals, corporations, or partnerships falling Into one of the three foregoing categories 57c Participait DUNS or CEC No. Enter the 9-digit Dun & Bradstreet number or Contractor Establishment 52. Ownership Type* Complete only If Item No. 51 Code for each Joint venture participant Is equal to "Yes". If the vendor Is a firm or Individual of U.S Nationality, check the box next to the code which best 57d. Participant Taxpayer ID Number (TIN). Enter describes the ownership type of the vendor of this action, the 9-digit Taxpayer Identification Number used by the IRS for each joint venture participant AID (6-90) Page 4 Bac i9
11 United States Agency for Intemational Development (AID) Agenca do los Estados Unklos per d Desarrollo Internaclonal (AID) Quit., Ecuador Quito, Ecuador August 29, 1991 Dr. Alvaro Trueba President CORPORACION PARA EL DESARROLLO DE LA EDUCACION UNIVERSITARIA - CODEU Rumipamba y Atahualpa Quito, Ecuador SUBJECT: Grant No G Dear Mr. Trueba: Pursuant to the authority contained in the Foreign Assistance Act of 1961, as amended, the Agency for International Development (hereinafter referred to as "A.I.D." or "Grantor") hereby grants to CORPORACION PARA EL DESSARROLLO DE LA EDUCACION UNIVERSITARIA (hereby referred to as "CODEU" or "Grantee"), the sum of $82,000 to support a program concerning textbooks and related to RTAC II, as more fully described in the Schedule of this Grant and in Attachment 2, entitled "Program Description." This Grant is effective and obligation is made as of the date of this letter and shall apply to commitments made by the Grantee in furtherance of program objectives during the period beginning with the effective date and ending August 31, This Grant is made to the Grantee on condition that the funds will be administered in accordance with the terms and conditions as set forth in Attachment 1, entitled the "Schedule", Attachment 2, entitled "Program Description," and Attachment 3 entitled "Standard Provisions," which have been agreed to by your organization. DUPLICATE ORIGINAL INTERNATIONAL MAIL ADDRESS U.S AlKissionto Ecuador - co American Embassy - Quito, Ecuador U S.MAIL ADDRESS USAID Quito - APO Miami, Ft PHONE
12 -2- Please sign the original and each copy of this letter to acknowledge your receipt of the Grant, and return the original and all but one copy to my office. Sincerely yours, Attachments: 1. Schedule 2. Program Description 3. Standard Provisions ACKNOWLEDGED: CORPORACION PA EL DESARROLLO DE LA EDUCACION UN TAACODEU) BY: NAME: -M / -07/"7L- i-3a B/4PAA-OMA Title: P1Fjb:, 4L (elbebru Date: 0& - - FISCAL DATA PIO/T No : Project No : Appropriation : Budget Plan Code : LDEA KG13 Total Estimated Amount : $82,000 Total Obligated Amount : $82,000 Technical Office : USAID/Ecuador, GDO Funding Source: A.I.D./W USAID X
13 Grant No G Attachment 1 Page 1 SCHEDULE A. Purpose of Grant The purpose of this Grant is to support CODEU initial operations related the Regional Technical Aid Center, RTAC II, textbook project, as more specifically described in Attachment 2 to this Grant entitled "Program Description." B. Period of Grant Funds obligated hereunder are available for program expenditures from the date of the cover letter of this grant until August 31, 1992, as shown in the grant budget below. C. Amount of Grant and PayMent 1. A.I.D. hereby obligates the amount of $82,000 for the purposes of this Grant. 2. Payment shall be made to the Grantee in accordance with procedures set forth in Attachment 3, Optional Standard Provision, No. 1 entitled "Payment - Periodic Advance." Most disbursements will be made in local currency. Local cost financing is therefore authorized. D. Financial Plan 1. The grant budget as presented on the following page contemplates all local cost financing items. Revisions to this budget shall be made in accordance with Standard Provisions of this Grant, entitled "Revision of Grant Budget." 2. Initial AID disbursement will be contingent upon the grantee successfully addressing any administrative and financial management recommendations resulting from the USAID/ECUADOR Controller's Office review of the related systems and procedures currently in place.
14 Grant No G Attachment 1 Page 2 BUDGET (US$) AID CODEU TOTAL OFFICE OPERATION Salaries 55,244 2,172 57,416 Rent 9,529 5,846 15,375 Equipment - 12,821 12,821 Supplies, Communications, Insur., Legal 4, ,530 Travel 4,823-4,823 BOOK DISTRIBUTIO.J Exhibits 1,282-1,282 Shipping 4,103-4,103 Advertising CONTINGENCIES (3%) 2,489-2,489 TOTAL 82,000 21, ,352 (NOTE: All project costs are in sucres; exchange rate utilized S/1,170 to US$1.00) E.Reporting 1. Financial ReDortin a. Financial reporting requirements shall be in accordance with the Standard Provision of this grant entitled "Payment-Periodic Advance (November 1985)" as shown in Attachment 3. b. The original and two copies of all financial reports shall be submitted to USAID, Office of the Controller. In addition, one copy of all financial reports shall be submitted to the Technical Office, USAID/Ecuador - GDO. c. Original supporting documents will be required to liquidate AID advances, until such time as the AID Controller authorizes the use of disbursement reports as provided for in l.a. above.
15 Grant No G Attachment 1 Page 3 d. The grantee will provide AID with copies of bank statements supporting the deposit of US$13,667 to a separate dollar account every six months. These funds will be destined for the purchase of additional textbooks pursuant to the Memorandum of Understanding between USAID/Ecuador and CODEU, dated August 15, Program Performance Reporting a. The Grantee shall submit quarterly program performance reports, and a final report which briefly presents the following information: (a) A comparison of actual accomplishments with the goals established for the period. (b) Between the required performance reporting dates, events may occur that have significant impact upon the program. In such instances, the Grantee shall inform USAID as soon as the following types of conditions become known: Problems, delays, or adverse conditions that will materially affect the ability to attain program objectives, or prevent the meeting of time schedules and goals. This disclosure shall be accompanied by a statement of the action taken, or contemplated, and any USAID assistance needed to resolve the situation. Favorable developments or events. Other pertinent information, including when appropriate, analysis and explanation of cost overruns or high unit costs. b. If performance reviews conducted by the grantee disclose the need for change in the budget estimates, the Grantee shall submit a request for budget revision in accordance with the criteria established in the Standard Provision of this Grant entitled "Revision of Grant Budget".
16 Grant No G Attachment 1 Page 4 c. Three copies of each performance report shall be submitted to USAID/Ecuador, Attention: GDO. F. SPECIAL PROVISIONS 1. Local Cost Financing a. Costs qualifying as local costs are eligible for financing under the grant in accordance with the terms of this special provision. Local costs are defined as (i) indigenous goods, (ii) imported shelf items, and (iii) services provided by suppliers meeting the requirements contained in subparagraph b. Indigenous goods are those that have been mined, grown or produced in the cooperating country through manufacture, processing or assembly. In the case of produced goods containing imported components, to qualify as indigenous a commercially recognized new commodity must result tlat is substantially different in basic characteristics or in purpose or utility from its components. Imported items are eligible for financing under the following situation: (1) All locally financed procurements must be covered by source/and nationality waivers as set forth in Chapter 5 of Handbook 1, Sup. B, with the following exceptions: (a) (b) Locally available commodities of U.S. origin, which are otherwise eligible for financing, if the value of the transaction is estimated not to exceed Zhe local currency equivalent of $100,000 (exclusive of transportation costs). Commodities of geographic code 935 origin if the value of the transaction does not exceed $5,000. (c) Professional services contracts estimated not to exceed $250,000. (d) Construction services contracts estimated not to exceed $5,000,000.
17 Grant No G Attachment 1 Page 5 (e) The following commodities and services which are available only locally: -Utilities including fuel for heating and cooking, waste disposal and trash collection; -Communications --telephone, telex, fax, postal and courier services; -Rental costs for housing and office space; -Petroleum, oils and lubricants for operating vehicles and equipment; -Newspapers, periodicals and books published in the cooperating country; -Other commodities and services (and related expenses) that, by their nature or as a practical matter, can only be acquired, performed, or incurred in the cooperating country, e.g., vehicle maintenance, hotel accommodations, etc..b. (2) When local procurelnent of U.S.. origin commodities is planned under a project, such a decision should be supported by an analysis of the prices of goods expected to be procured, and a determination that the prices are reasonable, taking into account comparable delivery terms and prices from the United States, and the implementation schedule of the project. To qualify as local costs, goods and services must also meet the following additional requirements: (1) They must be paid for in local currency.
18 Grant No G Attachment 1 Page 6 (2) The supplier must be located in the cooperating country and must be of cooperating country nationality as defined in AID Handbook 1B, Chapter 5. (3) Any component from a country not included in AID geographic code 935 renders a commodity ineligible for financing. 2. Optional Standard Provisions applicable to this grant are shown in Attachment No CODEU - RTAC II MOU A Memorandum Of Understanding (MOU) was executed on August 15, 1991 between USAID and CODEU which sets forth in detail project understandings under RTAC II. This grant is understood to relate to the MOU as it involves assistance to CODEU to prepare for full project implementation under the MOU. G. Title to Property Title to property purchased under this Grant shall vest in the Grantee. H. Close-Out Procedures This section prescribes uniform closeout procedures for this grant. 1. The following definitions shall apply for the purpose of this section: a. C: The closeout of a grant is the process by which AID determines that all applicable administrative actions and all required work of the grant have been completed by the Grantee and AID. b. Date of Completion: The date of completion is the date on which all work under grants is completed or the date on the award document, or any supplement or amendment thereto, on which sponsorship ends.
19 Grant No G Attachment 1 Page 7 c. Disallowed Costs: Disallowed costs are those charges to a grant that AID or its representative determines to be unallowable in accordance with the applicable Federal cost principles or other conditions contained in the grant. 2. AID closeout procedures include the following requirements: a. Upon request, AID shall make prompt payments to a Grantee for allowable reimbursable costs under the grant being closed out. b. The Grantee shall immediately refund any balance or unobligated (unencumbered) cash that AID has advanced or paid and that is not authorized to be retained by the Grantee for use in other grants. c. AID shall obtain from the Grantee within 90 calendar days after the expiration of the Grant all financial, performance and other reports required as a condition of the grant. AID may grant extensions when requested by the Grantee. d. AID requires that a financial and compliance audit of the grant be performed by a U.S. affiliated independent accounting firm, in accordance with GAO standards. Funding for this audit will be provided through the RTAC II regional project. All material recommendations must be resolved to the satisfaction of USAID/Ecuador, and any costs determined to be ineligible under the terms of this grant must be promptly refunded to the U.S. Government.
20 Grant No G Attachment No. 2 Page 1 PIAN OPERATIYO DEL PROGRAMA RTAC II EN ECUADOR Auspiciante internacional: AID Contraparte nacional: Corporsci6n pare el Deserrollo de la Educaci6n Univeritana CODEU (Anexo 1 ) Alcance del programa: Arnvel nacional, todas la3 universidedes del Ecuador. Duraci6n del programa: Septiembre Septiembre Descripci6n: El Programe RTAC IIpatrocinado por AID y onentado al suministro de libros de texto pare estudiantes y profesores de todas las universidedos ecuatonanas, en 3u ejecuci6n en el Ecuador, acargo de CODEU, ha previsto el sguiente plan operativo 1.- Eatructura nacional Pare atender el mercado nacional del Ecuador conforrnado por 25 umversidades d stnbwdes en un gran numero de proincias del pals, con un total de 200 mil estudiantes y 12 mil protesores, CODEU ha previato, en base a ]a zonificaci6n de las universidades Utomando como centros ejes las ciudades de Quito, Guayaqul, Cuenca- Loja ysanto Domingo de los Colorados (Costa Norte), la siguiente estructura 1.1. Zonificafici6n de las Universidades ecuatorianas. REGIMEN DE ESTUDIOS DE LAS UNIVERSIDADES ECUATORIANAS (SISTEMAS: SEMESTRAL - ANUAL) ZONAS 1 Y 3 (REGIMEN DE COSTA) Guayaquil - Santo Domingo de los Colorados Representan el 53% del total del mercedo necional. Inician clases: abrl - mayo Terminan claes: diciembre - enero Se ha considerado periodos anuales, sin embargo, en vanes de las universudedos de estas zonos funci ona el si stema semestral Fecha de adopci6n para el programa RTAC II: julio yagosto Los libros que se solhciten en estas fechas, serin comercializados a partir de los mes de abrnl - maijo del afio siguiente Nota: En las urnwersidades que hen adoptado la modalidad semestral, los pedidos que se recepten en esta fecha j pueden 1leger en octubre, con el pedido del regimen de sierra ser ncomercialhzados a partir de octubre del mismo ano pare la imclac6n del segundo semetre