Prince Edward Island Supplement
to the
Atlantic Provinces
Standard Terms and Conditions

Effective 2005 June 30 to 2007 March 31

NOTE: In the event of any conflict or disagreement between this Supplement and the Atlantic Provinces Standard Terms and Conditions, this Supplement has precedence and will be assumed to be correct.  In the event of any conflict or disagreement between this Supplement and the Invitation documents, the Invitation documents have precedence and will be assumed to be correct.

The following sections are to be added to the Atlantic Provinces Standard Terms and Conditions only for those Invitations issued by the Province of Prince Edward Island.

3.    Obtaining Documents

3.2.1    Invitation documents are available from the Prince Edward Island Procurement Office.  Prince Edward Island uses the following web site to distribute Invitation documents:

http://www.gov.pe.ca/tenders 

4.    Vendor Registration

4.1.1    Bidder Registration:  There is no requirement for Bidders to register with the Prince Edward Island Government to receive Invitation documents or submit Bids.

4.1.2   Corporate Registration: Bidders must be in good standing under the Public Purchasing Act.  Bidders who are not compliant with this Act will be notified by the Procurement Office.

10.    Payment Terms and Discounts

10.1.1    Payment will be net 30 days.

22.    Governing Laws and Trade Agreements - Local Preference

22.7.1   The Procurement Office may elect to apply a preference for up to a maximum of 10% of the amount of the lowest compliant Bid received.

22.7.2    If other than low Bid is accepted, approval shall be limited to a difference between the low Bid and the awarded Bid of not more than $2,500.00 or 10% (whichever is the lesser) and approval will be given by the Minister.  In any other case, the approval of the Management Board shall be obtained.

22.7.3    This preference is applicable only for the purchase of goods valued under $25,000.00.

27.    Language

27.1.1    Unless specifically requested otherwise, all Bids, supporting materials, operation manuals and documentation must be in English, or both English and French.