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CLINICAL AND DRUB ABUSE TEST KITS AND IMMUNOASSAY ANALYZER

(contract last updated 11/07/2014)

SCOPE: Contract for the University of Wisconsin-Madison Wisconsin State Laboratory of Hygiene to purchase Clinical and Drug Abuse Test Kits and Immunoassay Analyzer.

CONTRACT # DESCRIPTION
15-5357 CLINICAL AND DRUB ABUSE TEST KITS AND IMMUNOASSAY ANALYZER
CONTRACT ORIGIN: ADDITIONAL INFORMATION:
UW-Madison
Purchasing Services
21 N Park St, Ste 6101
Madison, WI 53715-1218
UW-Madison users contact:
Carla Parker
(608) 262-4516 FAX (608) 262-4467
cparker@bussvc.wisc.edu
  Non-UW-Madison users contact: Vendor Representative
COOPERATIVE PURCHASING: YES
CONTRACT TERM: November 1, 2014, through October 31, 2015, with automatic renewal extensions to October 31, 2019, unless amended, cancelled or rebid.

Vendor(s)
140093
Siemens Heathcare Diagnostics Inc
511 Benedict Ave
Tarrytown NY 10591
     
Sales Representative: PHONE # FAX #
Michael Neu 708-205-4887 708-535-7945
E-mail michael.a.neu@siemens.com
  PHONE # FAX #
Ordering/Expediting: 610-448-4924 800-322-7982
Invoice Information: 800-241-0420 800-322-7982
Returns: 800-241-0420 800-322-7982
Supplier Diversity Reporting: 914-524-2726 800-322-7982
Website: www.siemens.com
Commodity Code 193-12
193-48
193-89
490-90
Federal Employee ID # (FEIN) 95-2802182
F.O.B.

“D” F.O.B. DESTINATION for Test Kits
“I” F.O.B. DESTINATION AND INSTALLED for Instrumentation

“V” F.O.B. SERVICE/MAINTENANCE
Delivery: 6 days ARO
Terms: N/30
Minimum Order: Siemens does not have a minimum order quantity or dollar amount to which the University must adhere; however, there are some guidelines surrounding shipment.  Contact Agent for Shipping Policy.
Invoicing: Invoices shall reflect contract pricing.
Warranty: 1st year plus Standard Business Hours Service for the remainder of the term.
Return Policy:

Returns due to ordering errors are subject to a re-stocking fee up to 25%.

 

For authorization of return call: Siemens Customer Service at 800-588-3916.

 

Customer will prepay freight charges on all returns unless the shipment was due to a manufacturer or distributor error. 

 

Authorized returns must be packaged and labeled in accordance with shipping regulations.  Supplier will not accept any damaged, leaking or improper handled package.

 

Return authorizations will only be valid for 30 days.
Back Orders: Will notify ordering department within 8 hours of order/release.
Other: Siemens will work with each individual additional facility (campus, agency or municipality) on a case by case basis in order to accurately assess the volumes and needs of testing.  In order for another facility to receive the equipment, they must have a volume of testing that is equal or greater than that of the UW Madison.
Pricing Information: SEE BELOW

ITEM

DESCRIPTION

PRICE PER KIT

PRODUCT #

METHODOLOGY:
Enzyme/Immuno Assay (EI) or
Fluorescence
Polarization
Immuno Assay (FPIA)

CATALOG #

NUMBER OF TESTS PER KIT

NUMBER OF KITS BEING BID

 

LOT 1 - CLINICAL AND DRUG ABUSE TEST KITS AND LOANER OF IMMUNOASSY ANALYZER

1

Cannabinoids (Carboxy-THC)

$445.50

3M619

EIA

10445469

594

9

2

Benzoylecgonine (Coc. Metab.)

$445.50

3H019

EIA

10445437

594

7

3

Opiates (Morphine)

$412.50

3B019

EIA

10445416

550

8

4

Barbiturates (Secobarb.)

$437.25

3D229

EIA

10445422

583

7

5

Benzodiazepines (Lorazepam)

$431.25

3F229

EIA

10445429

575

7

6

Amphetamine/Methamphet.

$393.75

3C549

EIA

10445420

525

1

 

All non-listed, related items from manufacturer’s catalog or product list are available at 75% discount.  The current price list is dated 1/1/2014.

 

Loaner Equipment: Model/Catalog #Viva-E Drug Testing System (current analyzer on site) Used, Age 2 Years, 10 Months.  Serial Number 11-2353

#

SPECIFIC SPECIFICATIONS

1.

Loaner instrument must be provided at no cost to the University.                       

2.

All maintenance, upgrades (including software upgrades) and repairs on the analyzer furnished are the responsibility of the Contractor.

3.

Upon request, Contractor must provide a record of all preventive maintenance repairs and upgrades that have been done to the loaner analyzer

4.

During the contract period, any alternative or replacement analyzer offered by the contract must meet all the specifications.

a)   An Analyzer for an evaluation period of at least one month

b)   Accessories necessary for operation (i.e. computer, automatic pipettors, etc.)

c)   Reagents, calibrators, controls necessary for evaluation and comparison studies
d)   On-site training provided before start of evaluation period                                                                                                                 

SPECIFICATIONS

I.

ANALYZER PERFORMANCE REQUIREMENTS

A.

Analyzer must be able to analyze the following drug classes, meet urine detection limits and be able to adapt to the lower whole blood detection limits.

 

Detection Limits:

 

TEST

BLOOD

URINE

 

1)  Cannabinoids (Carboxy-THC)

10 ng/mL

20 ng/mL

 

2)  Benzoylecgonine (Coc. metab.)

50 ng/mL            

300 ng/mL

 

3)  Opiates (Morphine)

40 ng/mL            

300 ng/mL

 

4)  Barbiturates (Secobarbital)

100 ng/mL

200 ng/mL

 

5)  Benzodiazepines (Lorazepam)

40 ng/mL            

200 ng/mL

 

6)  Amphetamine/Methamphetamine

 

500 ng/mL

 

7)  Oxycodone

30 ng/mL          

300 ng/mL

B.

The optimal instrument must have good cross reactivity for detection of the following drugs:

 

DRUG CLASS

ALSO DETECT:

@BLOOD CONCENTRATION OF:

 

1)  Opiates      

Hydrocodone
Codeine

20 ng/mL
10 ng/mL

 

2)  Barbiturates

Butalbita
Phenobarbital
Amobarbital
Pentobarbital

1 microgram/mL
1 microgram/mL
1 microgram/mL
2 micrograms/mL

 

3)  Benzodiazepines

Clonazepam
Alprazolam
Triazolam
Diazepam
Nordiazepam

20 ng/mL
20 ng/mL
10 ng/mL
20 ng/mL
20 ng/mL

C.

Instrument must:
1)  be capable of multi-drug panels
2)  use original reagent and control specimen containers (Contractor supplied) in instrument
3)  be approved for urine testing
4)  be approved for whole blood testing by one of the following techniques
i.  Direct sampling/testing of whole blood
ii. Testing an extract from 1 or 2 mL blood sample.
5)  be capable of analyzing a minimum of six drugs from a single sample
6)  have random access capability for all tests being run
7)  be capable of calibrating a minimum of six constituents simultaneously
8)  be compact enough to rest on a counter top 

D.

Documentation/Training/Service

D.1.

Must provide at least one (1) copy of the equipment and operation manuals

D.2.

Contractor must provide training in the operation and maintenance of the system.  Training to be on-site training for WSLH department staff, or off-site training for 1 WSLH staff person at Contractor expense

D.3

Service calls received in a.m. must be acknowledged in p.m. of the same day and machine must be serviced with 8 hours of initial call.  The service representative must leave with the ordering department a dated written report indicating the service performed.


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