Legal text for SACC item
The Offeror must compile and maintain records on its provision of goods, services or both to the federal government under contracts resulting from the Standing Offer. This data must include all purchases paid for by a Government of Canada Acquisition Card. The data must be submitted on a ______ (the Standing Offer Authority must insert "quarterly basis" or specify an alternate reporting period) to the Public Works and Government Services Canada Standing Offer Authority. (If an alternate reporting period is required, the Standing Offer Authority must delete the quarterly periods provided below and define the alternate reporting period.) Quarterly periods are defined as follows: 1st quarter: April 1 to June 30; 2nd quarter: July 1 to September 30; 3rd quarter: October 1 to December 31; 4th quarter: January 1 to March 31. Electronic reports must be completed and forwarded to the Standing Offer Authority no later than 15 calendar days after the end of the _______ (the Standing Offer Authority must insert "quarterly period" or the alternate reporting period as identified in the first paragraph above). An electronic version of the form in Excel and/or Lotus spreadsheet format _______ (the Standing Offer Authority must choose "will be provided to the Offeror electronically by the Standing Offer Authority" or "is available on the Business Access Canada Website, under "Publications, Manuals, Forms", at the following address: http://contractscanada.gc.ca/en/ infoplus-e.htm"). All data fields of the report must be completed as requested. If some data is not available, the reason must be indicated in the report. If no goods or services are provided during a given period, the Offeror must still provide a "NIL" report. Failure to provide fully completed reports in accordance with the above instructions may result in the setting aside of the Standing Offer and the application of a vendor performance corrective measure.