Broward County Standard Agreement Terms & Conditions

The following are standard requirements of Broward County for its Procurement Contracts.  Persons and Companies that receive an award from Broward County through Broward County's competitive procurement process must anticipate the inclusion of these requirements in the Contract.  These requirements are considered non-negotiable subject to the County's final approval.  Each Company should identify any of the standard contract requirements to which it cannot agree.  The Company's response will be considered in the evaluation and selection process for each solicitation.

Standard Form AgreementsLast Updated On
1. Standard Agreement Form (BCF #101)11/18/2016
2. Standard Form Construction Contract Form (BCF #170)11/18/2016
3. Standard Consultant Agreement Form (BCF #202)11/17/2016
4. Standard Software License, Maintenance and Support Agreement Form (BCF #301)11/18/2016
5. Standard Hardware and Maintenance Agreement Form (BCF #302)11/18/2016
6. Standard Hosted Services Agreement Form (BCF #303)11/18/2016
7. Standard Software as a Service Agreement Form (BCF #304)11/18/2016
8. Standard System and Services Agreement Form (BCF #305)11/18/2016
9. Standard Airport Non-Design Consultant Agreement Form (BCF #403)11/18/2016
10. Standard Airport Design Consultant Agreement Form (BCF #404)11/18/2016
11. Standard Managing General Contractor Construction Agreement Form11/18/2016
12. Standard Service Level Agreement Form2/14/2018
13. Standard Business Associate Agreement Form11/18/2016
14. Standard General Contract Terms and Conditions11/18/2016

All agreements are subject to final approval by the County Attorney's Office

"Project Specific" Agreements as Referenced By Solicitations NumberLast Updated On
S2115731P1 Agreement for Consultant Services for Medical Examiner's Crime Laboratory New Combined2/9/2018
OPN2116245P2 Agreement for Group Prepaid Legal Insurance Services2/8/2018
GEN2116179P1 Agreement for Arbitrage Services1/30/2018
PNC2115316 Agreement for Design-Build Services for FLL Welcome Sign and Broward County Logo Sign12/6/2017
V2114784P1 Agreement for Consultant Services for FY 2019-28 Transit Development Plan Five (5) Year Major Update8/8/2017
A2114499R1 Agreement for Information Technology Security and Compliance Services6/20/2017
R2114673P1 Agreement for Consultant Services for Employee Benefits Consulting Services6/13/2017
R2114349P1 Agreement for Group Prepaid Legal Insurance Services5/11/2017
R2114326P1 Agreement for Architectural and Engineering Services for Lauderhill Mall New Transit Center5/4/2017
T2112588P1 Coastal Engineering Consultant Services for Segment III Shore Protection Draft Agreement4/17/2017
R2113758P1 Agreement for Professional Architectural Services for Reports and Studies3/31/2017
R2111778P1 Agreement for Professional Architectural and Engineering Services for Work of a Specified Nature2/13/2017
RFQ #M1329819R1 Rotating List for Engineering Tests Agreement Form11/18/2016
V2112712P1 Agreement - Transit Advertising Program10/10/2016
R1373502P1 Countywide Data Circuits5/13/2016
R1223107P1 Agreement - Tradewinds Park North Equestrian and Farm Site Improvements12/31/2014

The following are standard guaranty and bond forms. If a solicitation requires a guaranty (bid guaranty, performance bond, and payment bond), the solicitation will indicate the requirements and the amount required to be guaranteed.  In accordance Section 21.66 of the Broward County Procurement Code, if a bid guaranty is required, it shall be a bond provided by a surety company authorized to do business in State of Florida, or the equivalent in cash, certified check, cashiers check, unconditional letter of credit issued by a domestic bank authorized to do business in the State of Florida, or an alternate form of security for the same purpose subject to the same conditions and in a form acceptable to the Office of the County Attorney.

If a performance and payment bond is required by the solicitation, the  performance bond and payment bond (acceptable to the County), must executed by a surety company authorized to do business in this state or otherwise secured in a manner satisfactory to the County.  In lieu of a performance and payment bond, the County may accept cash, money order, certified check, cashiers check, or irrevocable letter of credit. Such alternate form of security shall be for the same purpose and shall be subject to the same conditions as a performance bond and payment bond and in a form acceptable to the Office of the County Attorney.

Standard Guaranty and Bond FormsLast Updated On
1. Bid Bond Form4/11/2016
2. Bid Guaranty – Unconditional Letter of Credit10/20/2014
3. Performance and Payment Guaranty – Irrevocable Letter of Credit10/20/2014
4. Performance Bond Form2/23/2018
5. Payment Bond Form2/23/2018
6. Certificate as to Corporate Principal10/20/2014

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