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T-2010
ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES FOR SECTION
125, FLEXIBLE SPENDING ACCOUNTS

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Index #:
T-2010
Contract #: 84950
Contract Period: FROM:   01/01/14   TO:   12/31/17
Applicable To: SELECTED STATE AGENCIES
Cooperative Purchasing: NOT APPLICABLE
Vendor Name & Address: FRINGE BENEFITS MGMT CO
C/O WAGEWORKS INC
3101 SESSIONS RD
TALLAHASSEE, FL 32303
For Procurement Bureau Use:  
Solicitation #: 23082
Bid Open Date: 06/14/13
CID #: 1041199
Commodity Code: 948-46
Set-Aside: SMALL BUSINESS SUBCONTRACTING

CONDITIONS AND METHODS OF OPERATION

Multi-Source Contracts: State Agencies and Cooperative Purchasing partners should review each vendor's product/service and prices carefully and place orders in accordance with the terms and conditions of the contract. Note that

A. Delivery: All prices F.O.B. Destination
B. Method of Operation - State Agencies Only:
Issue an agency purchase order to the appropriate contract vendor(s).

In the event of an emergency, contact the following in the order listed:

LINDA SPILDENER PROCUREMENT SPECIALIST 609-633-3906
LINDA SPILDENER PROCUREMENT SPECIALIST SUPERVISOR 609-633-3906
ROBERT BEAUREGARD ASSISTANT DIRECTOR 609-984-2084
  PUB DATE: 07/22/14

INSTRUCTIONS/SPECIFICATIONS











                     REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL
                             FOR
         THE ADMINISTRATION OF SECTION 125 DEPENDENT
          CARE AND HEALTH FLEXIBLE SPENDING ACCOUNTS




Table of Contents:

1.0  INFORMATION FOR BIDDERS
1.1  Purpose and Intent
1.2  Background
1.3  Key Events
1.4  Additional Information
2.0  DEFINITIONS
2.1  Definitions
3.0  SCOPE OF WORK
4.0  PROPOSAL PREPARATION AND SUBMISSION
4.1  General
4.2  Proposal Delivery and Identification
4.3  Number of Bid Proposal Copies
     Proposal Content
5.0  CONTRACTUAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS
5.1  Precedence of Contractual Terms and Conditions
5.2  Performance Bond
5.3  Foreign (Out of State) Corporation
5.4  Contract Term and Extension Option
5.5  Contract Transition
5.6  Availability of Funds
5.7  Contract Amendment
5.8  Contractor Responsibilities
5.9  Substitution of Staff
5.10  Substitution or Addition of Subcontractor(s)
5.11  Ownership of Material
5.12  Data Confidentiality
5.13  News Releases
5.14  Advertising
5.15  Licenses and Permits
5.16  Claims and Remedies
5.17  Late Delivery and Liquidated Damages
5.18  Retainage
5.19  State's Option to Reduce Scope of Work
5.20  Suspension of Work
5.21  Change in Law
5.22  Additional Work and/or Special Projects
5.23  Form of Compensation and Payment
5.24  Year 2000 Compliance
6.0  PROPOSAL EVALUATION/CONTRACT AWARD
6.1  Proposal Evaluation Committee
6.2  Oral Presentation and/or Clarification of Proposal
6.3  Evaluation Criteria
6.4  Contract Award
7.0  BIDDER DATA SHEETS, BIDDER'S CAPABILITIES, ORGANIZATIONAL
SUPPORT AND EXPERIENCE/TECHNICAL PROPOSAL
8.0  PRICE SHEET(S) AND SUPPORTING DETAIL
9.0  EXHIBITS/ATTACHMENTS




1.0  INFORMATION FOR BIDDERS

1.1  Purpose and Intent

This Request For Proposal (RFP) is issued by the Purchase Bureau,
Division of Purchase and Property, Department of the Treasury, on
behalf of the State of New Jersey.  The purpose of this RFP is to
solicit proposals from qualified bidders to administer two flexible
spending accounts under the State's Section 125 tax savings program
for the Department of the Treasury, Division of Pensions and Benefits.

The intent of this RFP is to award a contract to that responsible
bidder whose bid, conforming to this invitation for bids, is most
advantageous to the State, price and other factors considered.

1.2  Background

The Section 125 Tax Savings Program was established in 1996 pursuant
to N.J.S.A. 52:14-15.1a.  This program consists of three separate
component plans, an unreimbursed medical spending account, a dependent
care spending account, and a premium conversion plan.  Under the
unreimbursed medical spending account, eligible employees can set
aside up to $2,000 per year on a pre-tax basis for out-of-pocket
expenses not covered by insurance. Employees can set aside up to
$5,000 per year under the dependent care spending account.  The
premium conversion plan reclassifies health and dental premiums
deducted from employees' wages as Section 125 salary reductions.  This
is a multiple-employer program. These tax savings plans are available
to employees of the various State Departments, employees of the State
colleges and universities, and employees of Palisades Interstate Park
Commission and the New Jersey Commerce and Economic Growth Commission
who are eligible for coverage under the State Heath Benefits Program.

Approximately 103,341 employees are currently eligible to participate
in a flexible spending account.  Of those eligible employees, 3,304
participate in a flexible spending account, 2,714 employees
participate in an Unreimbursed Medical Spending Account, and 1,193
employees participate in a Dependent Care Spending Account.

Between plan year 1999 and plan year 2000, there was a 6% increase in
participation.  Between plan year 2000 and plan year 2001, there was
an 8% increase in participation.

Fiduciary Responsibility - The State will delegate to the contractor
its discretionary authority to interpret the plan and make benefit
determinations.  However, final authority for all decisions shall
remain with the Division of Pensions and Benefits.  The bidder
acknowledges (1) that it is acting as an independent contractor and
not as an agent or employee of the State, and (2) that it will observe
the standard of care and diligence associated with the duties of a
fiduciary.

1.2.1  Participating Employers:

State of New Jersey (Centralized Payroll)
The College of New Jersey
New Jersey City University
Kean University
Montclair State University
New Jersey Institute of Technology
New Jersey Commerce & Economic Growth Commission
Palisade Interstate Park Commission
Rowan University
Ramapo College of New Jersey
Rutgers University
Richard Stockton College of New Jersey
Thomas Edison State College
University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey
William Paterson University

1.3  Key Events

1.3.1  Questions and Inquiries

It is the policy of the Purchase Bureau to accept questions and
inquiries from all potential bidders receiving this RFP.

Written questions should be mailed or faxed to the Purchase Bureau to
the attention of the assigned Purchase Bureau buyer at the following
address:

Purchase Bureau
Division of Purchase and Property
State of New Jersey
PO BOX 230
Trenton, New Jersey  08625-0230
Attention: Christine Weiland

Fax Number:  609-292-5170

and, also

Fax a copy to:

Division of Pensions and Benefits
Department of the Treasury
PO Box 295
Trenton, New Jersey 08625-0295
Attention:  Timothy McMullen, Project Manager

Fax Number: 609-393-5037

1.3.1.1  Cut-Off Date for Questions and Inquiries

A Mandatory Pre-Bid Conference has been scheduled for this
procurement, therefore, the cut-off date for submission of questions
will be the date of the Mandatory Pre-Bid Conference.  While all
questions will be entertained at the Mandatory Pre-Bid Conference, it
is strongly urged that questions be submitted in writing prior to the
Mandatory Pre-Bid Conference.  Written questions must be delivered to
the Purchase Bureau buyer.  It is requested that bidders having long,
complex or multiple part questions submit them in writing as far in
advance of the Mandatory Pre-Bid Conference as possible.  This request
is made so that answers can be prepared by the State by the time of
the Mandatory Pre-Bid Conference.

1.3.1.2  Question Protocol

Questions should be submitted in writing to the attention of the
assigned Purchase Bureau buyer.  Written questions should be directly
tied to the RFP by the writer.  Questions should be asked in
consecutive order, from beginning to end, following the organization
of the RFP.  Each question should begin by referencing the RFP page
number and section number to which it relates.

Short procedural inquiries may be accepted by telephone by the
Purchase Bureau buyer, however, oral explanations or instructions
given over the telephone shall not be binding upon the State.  Bidders
shall not contact the Using Agency directly, in person, or by
telephone, concerning this RFP.

1.3.2  Not Applicable to this Procurement

1.3.3  Mandatory Pre-Bid Conference

A Mandatory Pre-Bid Conference has been scheduled for this
procurement.  The date, time and location are provided as follows:

Date:
Time:

Location:  NJ Purchase Bureau
           33 West State Street
           9th Floor Bid Room
           Trenton, NJ 08625-0230

CAUTION:  Bids will be automatically rejected from any bidder that was
not represented or failing to properly register at the Mandatory Pre-
Bid Conference.

The purpose of the Mandatory Pre-Bid Conference is to provide a
structured and formal opportunity for the State to accept questions
from bidders regarding this RFP.

Any revisions to the RFP resulting from the Mandatory Pre-Bid
Conference will be formalized and distributed to attendees as written
addendum to the RFP.  Answers to deferred questions will also be
distributed to attendees as written addendum to this RFP.

1.3.4  Not Applicable to this Procurement

1.4  Additional Information

1.4.1  Revisions to this RFP

In the event that it becomes necessary to clarify or revise this RFP,
such clarification or revision will be by addendum.  Any RFP addendum
will be distributed as follows:

A Mandatory Pre-Bid Conference has been scheduled for this
procurement.  Any addendum issued before the Mandatory Pre-Bid
Conference will be distributed to all bidders who were sent the
initial RFP.  Any addendum issued at the time of or after the
Mandatory Pre-Bid Conference will be distributed only to those bidders
represented and properly registered at the Mandatory Pre-Bid
Conference.

1.4.2  Addendum as a Part of this RFP

Any addendum to this RFP shall become part of this RFP and part of any
contract resulting from this RFP.

1.4.3  Issuing Office

This RFP is issued by the Purchase Bureau, Division of Purchase and
Property.  The buyer noted in Section 1.3.1 is the sole point of
contact between the bidder and the State for purposes of this RFP.

1.4.4  Bidder Responsibility

The bidder assumes sole responsibility for the complete effort
required in this RFP.  No special consideration shall be given after
bids are opened because of a bidder's failure to be knowledgeable of
all the requirements of this RFP.  By submitting a proposal in
response to this RFP, the bidder represents that it has satisfied
itself, from its own investigation, of all of the requirements of this
RFP.

1.4.5  Cost Liability

The State assumes no responsibility and bears no liability for costs
incurred by bidders in the preparation and submittal of proposals in
response to this RFP.

1.4.6  Contents of Bid Proposal

The entire content of every bid proposal will be publicly opened and
becomes a public record.  This is the case notwithstanding any
statement to the contrary made by a bidder in its bid proposal.

All bid proposals, as public records, are available for public
inspection.  Interested parties can make an appointment to inspect bid
proposals received in response to this RFP with the Purchase Bureau
buyer.

1.4.7  Price Alteration

Bid prices must be typed or written in ink.  Any price change
(including "white-outs") must be initialed.  Failure to initial price
changes may preclude an award being made to the bidder.

1.4.8  Joint Venture

If a joint venture is submitting a bid, the agreement between the
parties relating to such joint venture should be submitted with the
joint venture's proposal.  Authorized signatories from each party
comprising the joint venture must sign the bid proposal.  A separate
Ownership Disclosure Form, Affirmative Action Employee Information
Report, MacBride Principles Certification and, if applicable, foreign
(out of State) corporation registration must be supplied for each
party to a joint venture.


2.0  DEFINITIONS

2.1  Definitions

The following definitions shall be part of any contract awarded or
order placed as a result of this RFP:

Addendum - Written clarification or revision to this RFP issued by the
Purchase Bureau.

Amendment - A change in the scope of work to be performed by the
contractor.  An amendment is not effective until it is signed by the
Director, Division of Purchase and Property.

Bidder - An individual or business entity submitting a bid in response
to this RFP.

Contract - This RFP, any addendum to this RFP, and the bidder's
proposal submitted in response to this RFP and the Division's Notice
of Acceptance .

Contractor - The contractor is the bidder awarded a contract.

Director - Director, Division of Purchase and Property, Department of
Treasury.  By statutory authority, the Director is the chief
contracting officer for the State of New Jersey.

Division - The Division of Purchase and Property.

Evaluation Committee - A committee established by the Director to
review and evaluate bid proposals submitted in response to this RFP
and to recommend a contract award to the Director.

May - Denotes that which is permissible, not mandatory.

Project - The undertaking or services that are the subject of this
RFP.

Request for Proposal (RFP) - This document which establishes the
bidding and contract requirements and solicits proposals to meet the
purchase needs of Using Agencies as identified herein.

Shall or Must - Denotes that which is a mandatory requirement.
Failure to meet a mandatory requirement will result in the rejection
of a bid proposal as materially non-responsive.

Should - Denotes that which is recommended, not mandatory.

State Contract Manager - The individual responsible for the approval
of all deliverables, i.e., tasks, sub-tasks or other work elements in
the Scope of Work.

Subtasks - Detailed activities that comprise the actual performance of
a task.

State - State of New Jersey.

Task - A discrete unit of work to be performed.

Using Agency or Agency - The entity for which the Division has issued
this RFP and will enter into a contract.


3.0  SCOPE OF WORK

3.1.1  General Requirements:

The contractor must handle all administrative functions including
processing enrollments, terminations, election changes, and paying
claims.  Claim payments shall be from an account established in the
contractor's name. Administrative services to be provided shall also
include preparing and distributing informational materials about the
flexible spending accounts and providing educational training sessions
for employers and eligible employees.

Administrative services also include issuing COBRA notifications,
processing enrollments and collecting after-tax contributions from
those employees who elect COBRA coverage.

3.1.2  Specific Requirements:

The contractor will be required to provide the following
administrative services:

Enrollment Services:

The contractor shall be responsible for preparing
communication/announcement materials for the flexible spending
accounts in sufficient quantities for distribution to eligible
employees of participating employers.  This includes brochures,
pamphlets, and other materials describing in detail the flexible
spending accounts.  All written materials must be approved by the
Division of Pensions and Benefits prior to distribution.

The contractor shall provide assistance to the State in organizing the
annual open enrollment, publishing the open enrollment newsletter, and
in distributing materials to employers and employees.

At a minimum, the contractor must provide the following written
materials:

A pamphlet that gives a summary of the two flexible spending accounts,
lists the major expenses covered by the accounts, stresses the
advantages of participating, explains how to enroll and file claims
and lists available voice response unit (VRU) and internet services;

A booklet containing a more detailed description of the plans, a
comprehensive listing of eligible expenses under each plan, a listing
of ineligible expenses, a worksheet to help estimate how much to set
aside, a summary of available VRU and internet services available,
advantages and disadvantages of participation, and any other important
information;

All required forms including the election (enrollment) form, claim
form, and change in family status form;

A confirmation statement to newly enrolled members providing pertinent
account information as well as a supply of claim forms with filing
instructions;

A summary plan description to new members;

COBRA notifications upon enrollment and termination;

An open enrollment announcement letter to existing plan members during
the annual open enrollment period; and,

Reminder notices at the end of the plan year explaining the "use it or
lose it" provision and the March 31st cutoff date for filing claims.

The contractor must also participate in employer and employee training
sessions that will be conducted during the open enrollment period.

The contractor shall be responsible for all enrollment services,
including providing members with required forms and written materials
(e.g. confirmation statements, summary plan description, claim forms,
change in status forms, etc.).  The contractor must communicate
directly with the plan members on all matters.

The contractor must also provide the following:

A toll free number that members can call for general account
information or to speak to a representative;

An automated voice response unit for obtaining general account
information and for processing enrollments during the annual open
enrollment (also a toll free number); and,

A web site containing flexible spending account information specific
to the State's program.  Internet services to be provided by the
contractor must include but not be limited to the following:

(a)  On-line enrollments
(b)  Downloading of required forms
(c)  On-line account information
(d)  Email address for member inquiries.

3.1.3  Claims Processing

The contractor must collect employee deductions from the various
participating employers and pay claims from an account established in
its own name. The contractor shall maintain individual accounts for
participants and handle all record keeping functions.  The contractor
shall establish and maintain controls to ensure that only valid claims
are processed, that proper documentation accompanies submitted claims
and that all federal rules and regulations are followed.

The contractor must accept claim forms by mail or by fax.

Reimbursement checks must be accompanied by a statement summarizing
the member's account activity for the year (e.g. total election,
deposits to date, claims received, claims processed and current
account balance).  If a filed claim is deemed to be invalid or if
additional information is required to process a claim, a letter must
be sent to the claimant.

Other notices to be sent to members include the following:

(a)  During the annual open enrollment period, a reminder notice to
reenroll for the following plan year must be sent to all existing plan
members; and,
(b)  Two reminder notices must be sent to members who have not
exhausted their account.   The reminder notice must state that funds
not claimed by the March 31st filing deadline will be forfeited.  The
first notice must be sent in November; the second reminder notice must
be sent toward the end of February.

The contractor must process reimbursement checks on a weekly basis.
Employee salary reductions that have been turned over to the
contractor must be immediately available for reimbursement.  In the
dependent care account, participants can only be reimbursed up to
their available balance.  If a claim for reimbursement exceeds the
available balance, the remaining amount must be paid as additional
deductions are received and posted to the account.

In the unreimbursed medical spending account, the maximum amount of
reimbursement must be available from the start of the period of
coverage.  Consequently, if the participant incurs a $1,000
unreimbursed medical expense early in the year, the claim for that
expense must be reimbursed in its entirety at that time, even though
the participant has only contributed, for example, $200 at the time
the reimbursement request is made.

The contractor must establish the timeline for importing and exporting
payroll files.  File transfers must be accomplished using electronic
means.  The contractor must coordinate the transfer of employee files
with the various participating employers.  Separate records must also
be maintained for each employer.

The contractor must also provide COBRA notifications to eligible
employees.  For employees who elect to continue participation in a
flexible spending account after separation or while on leave of
absence without pay, the contractor shall be responsible for billing
and collection of after-tax contributions.

3.1.4  End of year services

The contractor must prepare a final reconciliation of the individual
accounts and forward to the Division of Pensions and Benefits any
forfeited dollars.  A report listing those participants who forfeited
funds must accompany the payment.  The listing shall include the
participant's name, social security number and forfeiture amount.
This must be accomplished within 60 days of the close of the plan
year's cutoff date for filing claims (March 31).

The contractor must also provide limited services for a period of four
months following the end of the contract term.  During this period,
the contractor will be required to process claims filed for the plan
year just ended, complete a final year end reconciliation of member
accounts and return any unused dollars to the State.

3.1.5  Other services to be provided

The contractor must also conduct any nondiscrimination testing that
may be required to ensure compliance with federal law and/or
regulations.  The contractor may also be asked to provide technical
advice to the State to help resolve claim disputes and other issues
that may arise.

The contractor must also provide required updates to the Plan's
Administrator's Manual and summary plan descriptions.

3.1.6  Reports

The contractor must compile on a periodic basis, reports that
summarize the claims activity and provide detailed member account
information.  At a minimum, the following reports shall be prepared
and forwarded to the State Contract Manager:

(a)  A report prior to the start of the plan year listing plan members
with their annual elections;
(b)  A monthly activity report which includes a detailed listing of
participants, deposits to date, claims submitted, claims paid and
current account balances;
(c)  A monthly summary report with data in the aggregate for each
participating employer;
(d)  A preliminary forfeiture report prepared as of December 31 with
member account detail; and
(e)  A final forfeiture report with member account detail within 120
days after the end of the plan year.


4.0  PROPOSAL PREPARATION AND SUBMISSION

4.1  General

The bidder must follow instructions contained in this RFP and in the
bid cover sheet in preparing and submitting its bid proposal.  The
bidder is advised to thoroughly read and follow all instructions.

The information required to be submitted in response to this RFP has
been determined to be essential in the bid evaluation and contract
award process.  Any qualifying statements made by the bidder to the
RFP'S requirements could result in a determination that the bidder's
proposal is materially non-responsive.  Each bidder is given wide
latitude in the degree of detail it elects to offer or the extent to
which plans, designs, systems, processes and procedures are revealed.
Each bidder is cautioned, however, that insufficient detail may result
in a determination that the bid proposal is materially non-responsive
or, in the alternative, may result in a low technical score being
given to the bid proposal.

The bidder is instructed to clearly identify any requirement of this
RFP that the bidder cannot satisfy.

4.2  Proposal Delivery and Identification

In order to be considered, a bid proposal must arrive at the Purchase
Bureau in accordance with the instructions on the RFP cover sheet.
Bidders submitting proposals are cautioned to allow adequate delivery
time to ensure timely delivery of proposals.  State regulation
mandates that late proposals are ineligible for consideration.  The
exterior of all bid proposal packages must be labeled with the bid
identification number, final bid opening date and the buyer's name.
All of this information is set forth at the top of the RFP cover
sheet.

4.3  Number of Bid Proposal Copies

Each bidder must submit one (1) complete ORIGINAL bid proposal,
clearly marked as the "ORIGINAL" bid proposal.  Each bidder must
submit 11 full, complete and exact copies of the original.  The copies
required are necessary in the evaluation of your bid.  Bidders failing
to provide the required number of copies will be charged the cost
incurred by the State in producing the required number of copies.  It
is suggested that the bidder make and retain a copy of its bid
proposal.

4.4  Proposal Content

The proposal should be submitted in one volume and that volume divided
into four (4) Sections as follows:

4.4.1  Section 1 - Forms

4.4.1.1  Ownership Disclosure Form

In the event the bidder is a corporation or partnership, the bidder
must complete the attached Ownership Disclosure Form.  A completed
Ownership Disclosure Form must be received prior to or accompanying
the bid.  Failure to do so will preclude the award of the contract.

4.4.1.2  MacBride Principles Certification

The bidder must complete the attached MacBride Principles
Certification evidencing compliance with the MacBride Principles.
Failure to do so may result in the award of the contract to another
vendor.

4.4.1.3  Affirmative Action

The bidder must complete the attached Affirmative Action Employee
Information Report, or, in the alternative, supply either a New Jersey
Affirmative Action Certificate or evidence that the bidder is
operating under a Federally approved or sanctioned affirmative action
program.  The requirement is a precondition to entering into a valid
and binding contract.

4.4.1.4  Not Applicable to this Procurement

4.4.1.5  Not Applicable to this Procurement

4.4.1.6  Business Registration

Proof of valid business registration with the Division of Revenue,
Department of the Treasury, State of New Jersey, should be submitted
by the bidder and if applicable, by every subcontractor of the bidder,
with the bidder's bid.  No contract will be awarded without proof of
business registration with the Division of Revenue.  Any questions in
this regard can be directed to the Division of Revenue at (609)
292-1730.

4.4.2  Section 2 - Technical Proposal

In this Section, the bidder shall describe its approach and plans for
accomplishing the work outlined in the Scope of Work Section, i.e.,
Section 3.0.  The bidder must set forth its understanding of the
requirements of this RFP and its ability to successfully complete the
contract.  This Section of the proposal should contain at least the
following information:

4.4.2.1  Management Overview

The bidder shall set forth its overall technical approach and plans to
meet the requirements of the RFP in a narrative format.  This
narrative should convince the State that the bidder understands the
objectives that the contract is intended to meet, the nature of the
required work and the level of effort necessary to successfully
complete the contract.  This narrative should convince the State that
the bidder's general approach and plans to undertake and complete the
contract are appropriate to the tasks and subtasks involved.

Mere reiterations of RFP tasks and subtasks are strongly discouraged
as they do not provide insight into the bidder's ability to complete
the contract.  The bidder's response to this Section should be
designed to convince the State that the bidder's detailed plans and
approach proposed to complete the Scope of Work are realistic,
attainable and appropriate and that the bidder's proposal will lead to
successful contract completion.

4.4.2.1.2  Detailed Plans, Approach and Deliverables

This section of the bidder's response proposal will set forth in
detail the bidder's plans and approach for completing all tasks and
subtasks required by the scope of work.  The bidder;s response must
cover each task set forth in the scope of work section of the RFP and
will detail how the bidder intends to complete the required tasks.  If
the scope of work sets forth subtasks, the bidder's response will be
made at the task and subtask level.  The bidder's response should
clearly cross reference RFP section task and sub-task numbers as well
as RFP page numbers.

For each task and sub-task, the bidder will propose a deliverable
item.  A deliverable is defined as tangible evidence of work
completed.  Each deliverable will be cross referenced to the
appropriate task and subtask.

The contents of the bidder's response to this section should be
designed to convince the State that the bidder's detailed plans and
approach proposed to complete the required scope of work are
realistic, attainable and appropriate and that the proposed plans will
lead to successful project completion.

In addition to describing in detail all required services, the bidder
shall include the following:

(a)  Samples of educational and training materials;
(b)  Samples of required communication materials; and
(c)  Samples of required management reports.

A detailed description of the bidder's claims processing procedure
shall be provided, including a detailed explanation of its data
processing capabilities.  Include samples of employee claims forms for
the dependent care and health care spending accounts and a sample of
an Explanation of Payment(s) that accompanies the claim payment to
employees.

Responses to the following questions shall also be provided:

(a)  How frequently can the bidder handle eligibility data updates
(i.e. additions, terminations, changes) and in what format must this
data be provided?
(b)  What documentation does the bidder require for reimbursement of
dependent care and health care deductions?
(c)  How does the bidder ensure that claim payments are made in a
timely fashion?  What turnaround time will the bidder guarantee on
properly submitted claims?
(d)  What is the procedure for the screening of claims to avoid
duplicate payment, and what maintenance procedures would be in place
to ensure that claim payments are in accordance with plan provisions
and employee account allocations/balances?

4.4.2.2  Contract Management

The bidder should describe its specific plans to manage control and
supervise the contract to ensure satisfactory contract completion
according to the required schedule.  The plan should include the
bidder's approach to communicate with the State Contract Manager
including, but not limited to, status meetings, status reports, etc.

4.4.2.3  Contract Schedule

The bidder should include a contract schedule.  If key dates are a
part of this RFP, the bidder's schedule should incorporate such key
dates and should identify the completion date for each task and sub-
task required by the Scope of Work.  Such schedule should also
identify the associated deliverable item(s) to be submitted as
evidence of completion of each task and/or subtask.

The bidder should identify the contract scheduling and control
methodology to be used and should provide the rationale for choosing
such methodology.  The use of Gantt, Pert or other charts is at the
option of the bidder.

4.4.2.4  Mobilization And Implementation Plan

It is essential that the State move forward quickly to have the
contract in place.  Therefore, the bidder must include as part of its
proposal a mobilization and implementation plan, beginning with the
date of notification of contract award of May 1, 2002.

Such mobilization and implementation plan should include the following
elements:

(a) A detailed timetable for the mobilization and implementation
period.  In preparing the timetable, the following key dates should be
considered:  All announcement materials for the plan year beginning
January 1, 2003 must be prepared and approved by DPB no later than
July 15.  This will allow for sufficient time to print and distribute
materials prior to the start of the open enrollment period, which
normally begins in the middle of September and runs through the month
of October.  By the start of open enrollment, all enrollment services
must be in place, including required internet and automated telephone
services.

This timetable should be designed to demonstrate how the bidder will
have the contract up and operational following the of notification of
contract award.

(b) The bidder's plan for the deployment and use of management,
supervisory or other key personnel during the mobilization and
implementation period.  The plan should show all management,
supervisory and key personnel that will be assigned to manage,
supervise and monitor the bidder's mobilization and implementation of
the contract following notification of contract award.

NOTE: The bidder should clearly identify management, supervisory or
other key staff that will be assigned only during the mobilization and
implementation period.

In order to fully implement the contract by the required start date,
the successful bidder must submit its plan for recruitment of staff,
both staff required during mobilization and implementation, and staff
necessary to provide all services required by the RFP.

The bidder should submit a plan for the purchase and distribution of
equipment, inventory, supplies, materials, etc. during the
implementation period and balance of the contract term.

The bidder should submit a plan for the use of subcontractor(s), if
any, on this contract.  Emphasis should be on how any subcontractor
identified will be involved in the mobilization and implementation
plan and/or the balance of the contract term.

4.4.2.5  Potential Problems

The bidder should set forth a summary of any and all problems that the
bidder anticipates during the term of the contract.  For each problem
identified, the bidder should provide its proposed solution.

4.4.3  Section 3 - Organizational Support and Experience

The bidder should include information relating to its organization,
personnel, and experience, including, but not limited to, references,
together with contact names and telephone numbers, evidencing the
bidder's qualifications, and capabilities to perform the services
required by this RFP.

4.4.3.1  Location

The bidder should include the location of the bidder's office that
will be responsible for managing the contract.  The bidder should
include the telephone number and name of the individual to contact.

4.4.3.2  Organization Chart (Contract Specific)

The bidder should include a contract organization chart, with names
showing management, supervisory and other key personnel (including
subcontractor's management, supervisory or other key personnel) to be
assigned to the contract.  The chart should include the labor category
and title of each such individual.

4.4.3.3  Resumes

Detailed resumes should be submitted for all management, supervisory
and key personnel to be assigned to the contract.  Resumes should be
structured to emphasize relevant qualifications and experience of
these individuals in successfully completing contracts of a similar
size and scope to those required by this RFP.  Resumes should clearly
identify previous experience in completing similar contracts.
Beginning and ending dates should be given for each similar contract.
A description of the contract should be given and should demonstrate
how the individual's work on the completed contract relates to the
individual's ability to contribute to the successfully providing the
services required by this RFP.  With respect to each similar contract,
the bidder should include the name and address of each reference
together with a person to contact for a reference check and a
telephone number.

In the event the bidder must hire or otherwise engage management,
supervisory and/or key personnel if awarded the contract, the bidder
should include a recruitment plan for such personnel.  Such
recruitment plan should demonstrate that the bidder will be able to
initiate and complete the contract within the time frame required by
this RFP.

4.4.3.4  Backup Staff

The bidder should include a list of backup staff that may be called
upon to assist or replace primary individuals assigned.  Backup staff
must be clearly identified as backup staff.

In the event the bidder must hire management, supervisory and/or key
personnel if awarded the contract, the bidder should include, as part
of its recruitment plan, a plan to secure backup staff in the event
personnel initially recruited need assistance or must be replaced
during the contract term.

4.4.3.5 Organization Chart (Entire Firm)

The bidder should include an organization chart showing the bidder's
entire organizational structure.  This chart should show the
relationship of the individuals assigned the contract to the bidder's
overall organizational structure.

4.4.3.6  Experience of Bidder on Contracts of Similar Size and Scope

The bidder should provide a comprehensive listing of contracts of
similar size and scope that it has successfully completed, as evidence
of the bidder's ability to successfully complete the services required
by this RFP.  Emphasis should be placed on contracts that are similar
in size and scope to those required by this RFP.  A description of all
such contracts should be included and should show how such contracts
relate to the ability of the firm to complete the services required by
this RFP.  For each such contract, the bidder should provide the name
and telephone number of a contact person for the other contract party.
Beginning and ending dates should also be given for each contract.

4.4.3.7  Financial Capability of the Bidder

The bidder should provide proof its financial capacity and
capabilities to undertake and successfully complete the contract.  A
certified financial statement for the most recent fiscal year and
current bank reference(s) are acceptable.

4.4.3.8  Subcontractor(s)

4.4.3.8.1  Should the bidder propose to utilize a subcontractor(s) to
fulfill any of its obligations, the bidder shall be responsible for
the subcontractor's(s'):  (a) performance; (b) compliance with all of
the terms and conditions of the contract; and (c) compliance with the
requirements of all applicable laws.

4.4.3.8.2  The bidder must provide a detailed description of services
to be provided by each subcontractor, referencing the applicable
Section or Subsection of this RFP.

4.4.3.8.3  The bidder should provide detailed resumes for each
subcontractor's management, supervisory and other key personnel that
demonstrate knowledge, ability and experience relevant to that part of
the work which the subcontractor is designated to perform.

4.4.3.8.4  The bidder should provide documented experience demonstrate
that each subcontractor has successfully performed work on contracts
of a similar size and scope to the work that the subcontractor is
designated to perform in the bidder's proposal.

4.4.4   Section 4 - Cost Proposal

The bidder must submit all requested pricing information.  Failure to
submit all requested pricing information may result in the bidder's
proposal being considered materially non-responsive.  Each bidder must
hold its price(s) firm for a minimum of ninety (90) days following bid
opening to permit the completion of the evaluation of proposals
received and the contract award process.

5.0  CONTRACTUAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS

5.1  Precedence of Contractual Terms and Conditions

The contract shall consist of this RFP, addendum to this RFP, the
contractor's bid proposal and the Division's Notice of Acceptance.

Unless specifically noted within this RFP, the Standard Terms and
Conditions take precedence over the Special Terms and Conditions.

In the event of a conflict between the provisions of this RFP,
including the Standard Terms and Conditions and the Special Terms and
Conditions, and any addendum to the RFP, the addendum shall govern.

In the event of a conflict between the provisions of this RFP,

including any addendum to this RFP, and the bidder's proposal, the RFP
and/or the addendum shall govern.

5.2  Not Applicable to this Procurement

5.3  Foreign (Out of State) Corporations

All foreign corporations receiving a notice of contract award shall be
afforded seven (7) days thereafter to register with the Division of
Revenue.

5.4  Contract Term and Extension Option

The term of the contract shall be for a period of three (3) years.
The anticipated "Contract Effective Date" is provided on the cover
sheet of this RFP.  If delays in the bid process result in an
adjustment of the anticipated Contract Effective Date, the bidder
agrees to accept a contract for the full term of the contract.  The
contract may be extended for an additional two (2) periods of one (1)
year or portion thereof, by mutual written consent of the contractor
and the Director at the same terms and conditions.  Prices shall be
those quoted for the third year.

5.5  Contract Transition

In the event services end by either contract expiration or
termination, it shall be incumbent upon the contractor to continue
services, if requested by the Director, until new services can be
completely operational.  The contractor acknowledges its
responsibility to cooperate fully with the replacement contractor and
the State to ensure a smooth and timely transition to the replacement
contractor.  Such transitional period shall not extend more than
ninety (90) days beyond the expiration date of the contract, or any
extension thereof.  The contractor will be reimbursed for services
during the transitional period at the rate in effect when the
transitional period clause is invoked by the State.

5.6  Availability of Funds

The State's obligation to pay the contractor is contingent upon the
availability of appropriated funds from which payment for contract
purposes can be made.  No legal liability on the part of the State for
payment of any money shall arise unless funds are made available each
fiscal year to the Using Agency by the Legislature.

5.7  Contract Amendment

Any changes or modifications to the terms of the contract shall only
be valid when they have been reduced to writing and executed by the
contractor and the Director.

5.8  Contractor Responsibilities

The contractor shall have sole responsibility for the complete effort
specified in the contract.  Payment will be made only to the
contractor.  The contractor shall have sole responsibility for all
payments due any subcontractor.

The contractor is responsible for the professional quality, technical
accuracy and timely completion and submission of all deliverables,
services or commodities required to be provided under the contract.
The contractor shall, without additional compensation, correct or
revise any errors, omissions, or other deficiencies in its
deliverables and other services.  The approval of deliverables
furnished under this contract shall not in any way relieve the
contractor of responsibility for the technical adequacy of its work.
The review, approval, acceptance or payment for any of the services
shall not be construed as a waiver of any rights that the State may
have arising out of the contractor's performance of this contract.

5.9   Substitution of Staff

If it becomes necessary for the contractor to substitute any
management, supervisory or key personnel, the contractor will identify
the substitute personnel and the work to be performed.

The contractor must provide detailed justification documenting the
necessity for the substitution.  Resumes must be submitted evidencing
that the individual(s) proposed as substitution(s) have qualifications
and experience equal to or better than the individual(s) originally
proposed or currently assigned.

The contractor shall forward a request to substitute staff to the
State's Contract Manager for consideration and approval.  No
substitute personnel are authorized to begin work until the contractor
has received written approval to proceed from the State Contract
Manager.

5.10  Substitution or Addition of Subcontractor(s)

This Subsection serves to supplement but not to supersede Section 3.11
of the Standard Terms and Conditions of this RFP.

If it becomes necessary for the contractor to substitute and/or add a
subcontractor, the contractor will identify the proposed new
subcontractor and the work to be performed.  The contractor must
provide detailed justification documenting the necessity for the
substitution or addition.

The contractor must provide detailed resumes of the proposed
subcontractor's management, supervisory and other key personnel that
demonstrate knowledge, ability and experience relevant to that part of
the work which the subcontractor is to undertake.

In the event a subcontractor is proposed as a substitution, the
proposed subcontractor must equal or exceed the qualifications and
experience of the subcontractor being replaced.  In the event the
subcontractor is proposed as an addition, the proposed subcontractor's
qualifications and experience must equal or exceed that of similar
personnel proposed by the contractor in its bid proposal.

The contractor shall forward a written request to substitute or add a
subcontractor to the State Contract Manager for consideration.  If the
State Contract Manager approves the request, the State Contract
Manager will forward the request to the Director for final approval.

No substituted or additional subcontractors are authorized to begin
work until the contractor has received written approval from the
Director.

5.11  Ownership of Material

All data, technical information, materials gathered, originated,
developed, prepared, used or obtained in the performance of the
contract, including, but not limited to, all reports, surveys, plans,
charts, literature, brochures, mailings, recordings (video and/or
audio), pictures, drawings, analyses, graphic representations,
software computer programs and accompanying documentation and print-
outs, notes and memoranda, written procedures and documents,
regardless of the state of completion, which are
prepared for or are a result of the services required under this
contract shall be and remain the property of the State of New Jersey
and shall be delivered to the State of New Jersey upon 30 days notice
by the State.  With respect to software computer programs and/or
source codes developed for the State, the work shall be considered
"work for hire", i.e., the State, not the contractor or subcontractor,
shall have full and complete ownership of all software computer
programs and/or source codes developed.

5.12  Data Confidentiality

All financial, statistical, personnel and/or technical data supplied
by the State to the contractor are confidential.  The contractor is
required to use reasonable care to protect the confidentiality of such
data.  Any use, sale or offering of this data in any form by the
contractor, or any individual or entity in the contractor's charge or
employ, will be considered a violation of this contract and may result
in contract termination and the contractor's suspension or debarment
from State contracting.  In addition, such conduct may be reported to
the State Attorney General for possible criminal prosecution.

5.13  News Releases

The contractor is not permitted to issue news releases pertaining to
any aspect of the services being provided under this contract without
the prior written consent of the Director.

5.14  Advertising

The contractor shall not use the State's name, logos, images, or any
data or results arising from this contract as a part of any commercial
advertising without first obtaining the prior written consent of the
Director.

5.15  Licenses and Permits

The contractor shall obtain and maintain in full force and effect all
required licenses, permits, and authorizations necessary to perform
this contract.  The contractor shall supply the State's Contract
Manager with evidence of all such licenses, permits and
authorizations.  This evidence shall be submitted subsequent to the
contract award.  All costs associated with any such licenses, permits
and authorizations must be considered by the bidder in its bid
proposal.

5.16 Claims and Remedies

5.16.1  Claims

The following shall govern claims made by the contractor regarding
contract award recision, contract interpretation, contractor
performance and/or suspension or termination.

Final decisions concerning all disputes relating to contract award
recision, contract interpretation, contractor performance and/or
contract reduction, suspension or termination are to be made in a
manner consistent with N.J.A.C. 17:12-1.1, et seq.  The Director's
final decision shall be deemed a final agency action reviewable by the
Superior Court of New Jersey, Appellate Division.

All claims asserted against the State by the contractor shall be
subject to the New Jersey Tort Claims Act, N.J.S.A. 59:1-1, et seq.,
and/or the New Jersey Contractual Liability Act, N.J.S.A. 59:13-1, et
seq.  However, any claim against the State relating to a final
decision by the Director regarding contract award recision, contract
interpretation, contractor performance and/or contract reduction,
suspension or termination shall not accrue, and the time period for
performing any act required by N.J.S.A. 59:8-8 or 59:13-5 shall not
commence, until a decision is rendered by the Superior Court of New
Jersey, Appellate Division (or by the Supreme Court of New Jersey, if
appealed) that such final decision by the Director was improper.

5.16.2  Remedies

Nothing in the contract shall be construed to be a waiver by the State
of any warranty, expressed or implied, or any remedy at law or equity,
except as specifically and expressly stated in a writing executed by
the Director.

5.17  Late Delivery and Liquidated Damages

The contractor must immediately advise the State Contract Manager of
any circumstance or event that could result in late completion of any
task or subtask called for to be completed on a date certain.
Notification must also be provided to the Director at the address
below:

The State of New Jersey
Director, Division of Purchase and Property
Purchase Bureau
PO Box 230
33 West State St.
Trenton, New Jersey 08625-0230

If the contractor cannot meet the contract completion date for any
task or subtask required to be completed by a date certain, the
contractor shall be liable to the State for damages incurred.

5.18  Not Applicable to this Procurement

5.19  State's Option to Reduce Scope of Work

The State has the option, in its sole discretion, to reduce the scope
of work for any task or subtask called for under this contract.  In
such an event, the Director shall provide advance written notice to
the contractor.

Upon receipt of such written notice, the contractor will submit,
within five (5) working days to the Director and the State Project
Manager, an itemization of the work effort already completed by task
or subtask.  The contractor shall be compensated for such work effort
according to the applicable portions of its cost proposal.

5.20  Suspension of Work

The State Contract Manager may, for valid reason, issue a stop order
directing the contractor to suspend work under the contract for a
specific time.  The contractor shall be paid until the effective date
of the stop order.  The contractor shall resume work upon the date
specified in the stop order, or upon such other date as the State
Contract Manager may thereafter direct in writing.  The period of
suspension shall be deemed added to the contractor's approved schedule
of performance.  The Director and the contractor shall negotiate an
equitable adjustment, if any, to the contract price.

5.21  Change in Law

Whenever an unforeseen change in applicable law or regulation affects
the services that are the subject of this contract, the contractor
shall advise the State Contract Manager and the Director in writing
and include in such written transmittal any estimated increase or
decrease in the cost of its performance of the services as a result of
such change in law or regulation.  The Director and the contractor
shall negotiate an equitable adjustment, if any, to the contract
price.

5.22  Additional Work and/or Special Projects

The contractor shall not begin performing any additional work or
special projects without first obtaining written approval from both
the State Contract Manager and the Director.

In the event of additional work and/or special projects, the
contractor must present a written proposal to perform the additional
work to the State Contract Manager.  The proposal should provide
justification for the necessity of the additional work.  The
relationship between the additional work and the base contract work
must be clearly established by the contractor in its proposal.

The contractor's written proposal must provide a detailed description
of the work to be performed broken down by task and subtask.  The
proposal should also contain details on the level of effort, including
hours, labor categories, etc., necessary to complete the additional
work.

The written proposal must detail the cost necessary to complete the
additional work in a manner consistent with the contract.  The written
cost proposal must be based upon the hourly rates, unit costs or other
cost elements submitted by the contractor in the contractor's original
bid proposal submitted in response to this RFP.  Whenever possible,
the cost proposal should be a firm, fixed cost to perform the required
work.  The firm fixed price should specifically reference and be tied
directly to costs submitted by the contractor in its original bid
proposal.  A payment schedule, tied to successful completion of tasks
and subtasks, must be included.

Upon receipt and approval of the contractor's written proposal, the
State Contract Manager shall forward same to the Director for the
Director's written approval.  Complete documentation from the Using
Agency, confirming the need for the additional work, must be
submitted.  Documentation forwarded by the State Contract Manager to
the Director must all include all other required State approvals, such
as those that may be required from the State of New Jersey's Office of
Management and Budget (OMB) and Office of Information and Technology
(OIT).

No additional work and/or special project may commence without the
Director's written approval.  In the event the contractor proceeds
with additional work and/or special projects without the Director's
written approval, it shall be at the contractor's sole risk.  The
State shall be under no obligation to pay for work done without the
Director's written approval.

5.23  Form of Compensation and Payment

This Section supplements Section 4.5 of the RFP'S Standard Terms and
Conditions.  The contractor must submit official State invoice forms
to the Using Agency with supporting documentation evidencing that work
for which payment is sought has been satisfactorily completed.
Invoices must reference the tasks or subtasks detailed in the Scope of
Work section of the RFP and must be in strict accordance with the
firm, fixed prices submitted for each task or subtask on the RFP
pricing sheets.  When applicable, invoices should reference the
appropriate RFP price sheet line number from the contractor's bid
proposal.  All invoices must be approved by the State Contract Manager
before payment will be authorized.

Invoices must also be submitted for any special projects, additional
work or other items properly authorized and satisfactorily completed
under the contract.  Invoices shall be submitted according to the
payment schedule agreed upon when the work was authorized and
approved.  Payment can only be made for work when it has received all
required written approvals and has been satisfactorily completed.

Payment to Contractor - Optional Method

The State of New Jersey now offers State contractors the opportunity
to be paid through the VISA procurement card (p-card).  A contractor's
acceptance and a State agency's use of the p-card, however, is
optional.

P-card transactions do not require the submission of either a
contractor invoice or a State payment voucher.  Purchasing
transactions using the p-card will usually result in payment to a
contractor in three days.

A contractor should take note that there will be a transaction-
processing fee for each p-card transaction.  To participate, a
contractor must be capable of accepting the VISA card.  Additional
information can be obtained from banks or merchant service companies.

5.24  Not Applicable to this Procurement


6.0  Proposal Evaluation/contract AWARD

6.1  Proposal Evaluation Committee

Proposals may be evaluated by an Evaluation Committee composed of
members of affected departments and agencies together with
representative(s) from the Purchase Bureau.  Representatives from
other governmental agencies may also serve on the Evaluation
Committee.  On occasion, the Evaluation Committee may choose to make
use of the expertise of outside consultant in an advisory role.

6.2  Oral Presentation and/or Clarification of Proposal

A bidder may be required to give an oral presentation to the
Evaluation Committee concerning its bid proposal.  The Evaluation
Committee may also require a bidder to submit written responses to
questions regarding its proposal.

The purpose of such communication with a bidder, either through an
oral presentation or a letter of clarification, is to provide an
opportunity for the bidder to clarify or elaborate on its bid
proposal.  Original bid proposals submitted, however, cannot be
supplemented, changed, or corrected in any way.  No comments regarding
other bid proposals are permitted.  Bidders may not attend
presentations made by their competitors.

It is within the Evaluation Committee's discretion whether to require
a bidder to give an oral presentation or require a bidder to submit
written responses to questions regarding its proposal.  Action by the
Evaluation Committee in this regard should not be construed to imply
acceptance or rejection of a proposal.  The Purchase Bureau buyer will
be the sole point of contact regarding any request for an oral
presentation or clarification.

6.3  Evaluation Criteria

The following evaluation criteria categories, not necessarily listed
in order of significance, will be used to evaluate bid proposals
received in response to this RFP.  The evaluation criteria categories
may be used to develop more detailed evaluation criteria to be used in
the evaluation process:

6.3.1  The bidder's general approach and plans in meeting the
requirements of this RFP.

6.3.2  The bidder's detailed approach and plans to perform the
services required by the Scope of Work Section of this RFP.

6.3.3  The bidder's documented experience in successfully completing
contracts of a similar size and scope to those required by this RFP.

6.3.4  The qualifications and experience of the bidder's management,
supervisory or other key personnel assigned to the contract, with
emphasis on documented experience in successfully completing work on
contracts of similar size and scope to those required by this RFP.

6.3.5  The overall ability of the bidder to mobilize, undertake and
successfully complete the contract.  This judgment will include, but
not be limited to the following factors:  the number and
qualifications of management, supervisory and other staff proposed by
the bidder to complete the contract, the availability and commitment
to the contract of the bidder's management, supervisory and other
staff proposed and the bidder's contract management plan, including
the bidder's contract organizational chart.

6.3.6  The bidder's Cost Proposal

6.4  Contract Award

The contract shall be awarded with reasonable promptness by written
notice to that responsible bidder whose bid, conforming to the
invitation for bids, will be most advantageous to the State, price and
other factors considered.  Any or all bids may be rejected when the
State Treasurer or the Director of the Division of Purchase and
Property determines that it is in the public interest so to do.

7.0  Not Applicable to this Procurement

8.0  Not Applicable to this Procurement

9.0  Not Applicable to this Procurement





















    

VENDOR INFORMATION
Vendor Name & Address:
FRINGE BENEFITS MGMT CO
C/O WAGEWORKS INC
3101 SESSIONS RD
TALLAHASSEE, FL 32303
Contact Person: EDWARD D TAFFET
Contact Phone: 800-872-0345
Order Fax: 850-425-4602
Contract#: 84950
Expiration Date: 12/31/17
Terms: NONE
Delivery: SPECIFIED ELSEWHERE
Small Business Enterprise: NO
Minority Business Enterprise: NO
Women Business Enterprise: NO
Cooperative Purchasing *: NO
* WILL VENDOR EXTEND CONTRACT PRICES TO COOPERATIVE PURCHASING PARTICIPANTS?
 

CONTRACT ITEMS/SERVICES BY VENDOR
Vendor:  FRINGE BENEFITS MGMT CO
C/O WAGEWORKS INC
Contract Number:  84950
UNLESS SPECIFIED OTHERWISE BELOW:
SHIP TO: 822140 / S002
FISCAL/PROCUREMENT OFFICE
50 WEST STATE ST 8TH FL
DIRECTOR'S OFFICE
TRENTON NJ 08625-0295
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00001 COMM CODE:  948-46-085587
[HEALTH RELATED SERVICES (FOR HUMAN...]
 
ITEM DESCRIPTION:
ALL INCLUSIVE SECTION 125 ADMINISTRATIVE
FEE PER PARTICIPATING EMPLOYEE PER
MONTH
YEAR 1
1.000 EACH N/A $3.35000
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00002 COMM CODE:  948-46-085588
[HEALTH RELATED SERVICES (FOR HUMAN...]
 
ITEM DESCRIPTION:
ALL INCLUSIVE SECTION 125 ADMINISTRATIVE
FEE PER PARTICIPATING EMPLOYEE PER
MONTH
YEAR 2
1.000 EACH N/A $3.35000
LINE#  DESCRIPTION/MFGR/BRAND EST QUANTITY UNIT % DISCOUNT UNIT PRICE
00003 COMM CODE:  948-46-085589
[HEALTH RELATED SERVICES (FOR HUMAN...]
 
ITEM DESCRIPTION:
ALL INCLUSIVE SECTION 125 ADMINISTRATIVE
FEE PER PARTICIPATING EMPLOYEE PER
MONTH
YEAR 3
1.000 EACH N/A $3.35000


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