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210 North 27th Street P.O. Box 1178, Billings, MT 59101


City of Billings, Montana




210 North 27th Street P.O. Box 1178, Billings, MT 59101

Request For Proposals

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Section 1: General Information

Request For Proposals (RFP) GIS-Based Asset and Work Order Management System





April 18, 2014 5 PM MDT

RFP INITIATIVE: GIS- Based Asset and Work Order

Management System

All suppliers must respond in detail to each element of this RFP in order to be considered for contract award.

Three copies of the proposals should be mailed to contact person at the address below with the price schedule in a separate sealed envelope. The proposals minus pricing are also to be emailed to the contact below.


CONTACT BELOW City Of Billings 210 N. 27th Street Billings, MT 59103 David Watterson

Chief Information Officer

E-Mail: PHONE: (406) 657-8330


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Section 2: Objectives

Introduction and Objectives

This RFP is issued by City of Billings for the purpose of obtaining information and pricing for a GIS-based Asset and Work Order Management System with specific focus on Public Works operations. It is the intent of the City of Billings to review and assess the RFP responses to determine if the response from solicited suppliers can meet the needs of the City of Billings. Suppliers are expected to provide their best and most competitive proposal.

Attachment F, the Intent to Respond form, must be completed and faxed at least two (2) days prior to the advertised RFP due date.

Section 3: Information for Suppliers


This RFP does not form or constitute a contractual document. The City of Billings shall not be liable for any loss, expense, damage or claim arising out of the advice given or not given or statements made or omitted to be made in connection with this RFP. The City also will not be responsible for any expenses which may be incurred in the preparation of this RFP. This RFP is not to be construed as a contract or commitment of any kind.

Instructions to Proposers


Before submitting the proposals, the proposer shall:

(a) Carefully examine the Standards and Specifications as well as all other attached documents;

(b) Fully inform yourself of the existing conditions and limitations;

(c) Include with the proposal sufficient information to cover all items required in the specifications.


In addition to any other information and documentation requested in this RFP, any forms provided herein shall be included in the submitted proposal. Modifications, additions or changes to the terms and conditions of this request for proposals may be cause for rejection of the proposal. Proposals submitted without required forms may be rejected. No oral, telephone, email, fax or telegraphic proposals or modifications will be considered.


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A proposal shall be rejected should it contain any material alteration or erasure, unless, before the proposal is submitted each such alteration or erasure has been initialed in INK by the authorized agent signing the proposal.


All proposals shall be typewritten or prepared in ink and must be signed in longhand by the proposer or proposer’s agent or designee, with his/her usual signature. A proposal submitted by a partnership must be signed with the partnership name to be followed by the signature and

designation of the partner signing. Proposals by corporations must be signed with the legal name of the corporation, followed by the name and signature of an authorized agent or officer of the corporation. Proposals submitted by a proprietorship must be signed by the owner-and the name of each person signing shall be typed or printed legibly below the signature.


Proposers may withdraw their proposal either personally or by written request at any time prior to the due date set for receiving proposals. No proposal may be withdrawn or modified after the due date and time, unless and until the award of the contract is delayed for a period exceeding ninety (90) days.


The proposer must honor their quote for a period of ninety (90) days after the RFP due date.


The proposer certifies that the proposal has been arrived at independently and has been submitted without any collusion designed to limit competition. The proposer further certifies that the materials, products, services and/or goods offered herein meet all requirements of the stated specifications and are equal in quality, value and performance with highest quality, nationally advertised brand and/or trade names.


The proposer certifies that it/they can comply with the City of Billings minimum insurance requirements of Commercial General Liability insurance in the minimum amounts of $750,000 per claim and $1,500,000 per occurrence, with the City being named as an additional insured.


All materials submitted in response to this RFP become public records under Article II, Section 9 of the Montana Constitution and §§ 2-6-102 and 7-1-4144, MCA and may be distributed by written request pursuant to Montana’s Constitutional Right to Know or Public Records Acts. Information provided in response to this RFP will be held in confidence and will not be revealed or discussed with competitors prior to award of Contract by Council. However, one copy of each proposal submitted shall be retained for the official files of the Department and will become public


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record after award of the Contract. Fee or Price schedules submitted, but not reviewed by the City, do not become a public record and shall only be retained for official files.

The Consultant understands that, if selected, the City reserves the right to provide its opinion publicly and privately regarding the Consultant’s performance.


Questions regarding the Request for Proposals contents must be sent to the contact person listed in Section 1 no later than 2 business days prior to due date for proposals. The City Of Billings will make every effort to provide a written response within 2 business days. Whenever responses to inquiries would constitute a modification or addition to the original RFP, the reply will be made in the form of an addendum to the Request for Proposals, a copy of which will be forwarded to all Suppliers who have submitted an “Intent to Respond” form (Attachment F).

Supplier must submit their questions via email using the “Master Q & A” form found in

Attachment E, and provide, at a minimum, the following:

 Supplier’s name, requester, and appropriate contact information.

 The question, clearly stated.

 Specific reference to the applicable Request for Proposals section(s). RFP Submission

Upon the submission of the RFP response, the supplier acknowledges that all information is accurate and complete. In addition, please send three (3) hard copies via mail and in an electronic format via email to the point of contact listed in Section I.

RFP Process Timeline Dates

RFP/legal ad done: March 6, 2014

Advertise: March 13 & 20, 2014

Proposals due by 5:00PM: April 18, 2014

Evaluate and choose: by May 9, 2014

Council Approval: May 27or June 9, 2014

Section 4: RFP Evaluation and Selection Processes

Initial Evaluation

Proposals received will undergo an initial review to determine:

 Compliance with instructions stated in the RFP

 Compliance with proposal submittal date Phase II Evaluation

The evaluation of supplier’s proposals may include, but is not limited to, the following criteria: • Experience of Supplier with goods/services required by the City of Billings


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• Capacity to assume new business

• Perceived ability to meet the City of Billings requirements • Total Cost Competitiveness

• Availability (timetable) for providing goods and/or services • Breadth of services available

• Company’s financial stability

• Ongoing support

• Reporting capability • Quality Control Process

• Process Improvements

• Training

• Compliance with the City of Billings Terms and Conditions • Price

The City reserves the right to conduct interviews with all or some of the Proposers at any point during the evaluation process. However, the City may determine that interviews are not necessary. In the event interviews are conducted, information provided during the interview process shall be taken into consideration when evaluating firms using the above-stated criteria. The City also reserves the right to make such additional investigation as it deems necessary to establish the competence and financial stability of any firm submitting a proposal.

Section 5: Scope of Work

Below is a general outline of the anticipated scope of work. However, the final scope of work will be negotiated with the successful proposer.


The city seeks to implement a GIS-based Asset and Work Order Management System with specific focus on Public Works operations. We require easy to use, mobile friendly software that is highly compatible with our existing GIS system and hardware and will integrate existing maintenance information. We are especially open to applications that are web-based,

client/server architecture, utilize SQL and IIS, and can be provided at a low annual cost. Implementation, training and support must be provided.

The City of Billings GIS is comprised of ESRI ArcGIS Desktop 10.2 with ArcInfo, ArcEditor, and ArcView concurrent licenses, SQL Server 2012, and one (1) license each for ArcGIS Server Enterprise Standard and ArcGIS Server Enterprise Basic. TDC Freeance Web and Mobile software is used to create and administer client mapping applications built on map services published from ArcGIS Desktop.


The City’s main objective is to capture and analyze data related to city Public Works Operations through the use of an Asset and Work Order Management System with a low time-burden on staff and increased accessibility in terms of ease of use and field mobility.


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I. Functional


1 General Requirements

1.1 System must be web-based and installed on a local city physical or virtual server. 1.2 System must support interface, content, and workflow customizations by a

trained system administrator without programming skills. 1.3 System must support MS SQL Server 2012.

1.4 System should support open standards and be capable of integrating with other city systems, as appropriate.

1.5 Ability to customize end user forms to facilitate a more focused user interface for each group of end users.

1.6 System shall be readily configurable by/for each user for viewing assigned or monitored work activities, and easy to view and navigate by users.

1.7 Ability to access in the field on a variety a devices, include laptops, tablets and smartphones. Mobile version of the software must be a lightweight version of the application.

2 GIS and Asset Data Requirements

2.1 System must support ESRI ArcGIS Sever 10.2 and maintain compatibility with the most current version of ESRI GIS software either before or shortly after an ESRI version release.

2.2 System should be designed to work primarily with GIS data, where geographic features (e.g. pipes, manholes, fire hydrants, street lights) represent assets. It must integrate with the City’s existing enterprise ESRI geodatabase and ArcGIS Server software. The software should not require converting to a different format. 2.3 System should utilize the ESRI geodatabase as the asset database/repository

and link to it out-of-the-box without additional add-ons or software licensing. All asset geometry and attributes must reside in the ESRI geodatabase and should not require middleware, modules, or synchronization with the work management database.

2.4 System should not set limits on the number of assets or the size or complexity of the asset data, other than those imposed by the underlying ESRI software. 2.5 System should support and detect relationship classes within the GIS. 2.6 Ability to query the ESRI geodatabase from within the Asset Management


2.7 System should provide a map interface, allowing the user to view assets, search, pan, zoom, locate, measure distances and include the capability to view

information about assets' attributes from the GIS.

2.8 Ability to locate address utilizing ArcGIS locating services.

2.9 Ability to select assets in the GIS map and create work orders and inspections associated to the selected assets.

2.10 Ability to attach multiple assets to a work order.

2.11 All work activities, (requests, work orders, inspections, etc.) should be displayed live on the map interface based on user preferences. User should be able to open activities from the map.

2.12 Ability to update asset attributes from within the Asset Management Software. All updates will utilize ESRI technology so as to maintain the integrity of the GIS system.


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3.1 The Asset Management Software should provide functionality for logging, mapping, and tracking calls for service.

3.2 Ability to define service request types and user defined caller questions, instructions and comments.

3.3 Ability to log calls from internal and external customers.

3.4 Ability to turn caller information recorded on a Call Center Work Request into Work Orders.

3.5 Ability to select calling customer's address and/or name from list generated from billing application.

3.6 Ability to record information regarding caller if different from property owner. 3.7 Uses ESRI Geocoding services for address locator, including cross streets. 3.8 Ability to route request to city staff and route to email.

3.9 Ability to interface to external Customer Service databases and systems, such as utility billing.

3.10 Ability to automatically email callers status updates as the request is processed. 3.11 Ability to track multiple callers per request.

3.12 System should prompt call taker if there is an open request of the same type in the same general area so as to reduce duplicate effort.

4 Work Management

4.1 The Asset Management Software should provide for generating, mapping, and tracking work orders against assets.

4.2 Ability to define unlimited work order activity types for any asset type defined in GIS.

4.3 Ability to generate work orders from service requests, creating relationships between work orders, and attaching work orders to any number of assets or to locations without assets.

4.4 The work order system should track parts, labor, equipment, and other costs/resources associated with the work activity.

4.5 Costs should be associated to assets on the work order and asset costs should be easily reportable from with the system.

4.6 Capability to dispatch work orders to work crews. Work crews should be able to access and prioritize work orders by multiple attributes.

4.7 Ability to create work requests from inside or outside the map interface. 4.8 Track relationship between service request and work order.

4.9 Ability for personnel to select and review work requests and work orders using multiple selection and sorting criteria that include all work request and work order fields.

4.10 Allow work orders to include multiple assets.

4.11 Ability to view all work activities on a map and label by priority, status, type, etc. 4.12 Ability to schedule and assign preventative or routine work orders for future and

planned maintenance.

4.13 Ability to attach multimedia files to work order.

4.14 Ability to organize work orders and associated costs to project with a budget. 4.15 Ability to modify (hide, relocate, repurpose, etc.) all fields on end user forms. 4.16 Ability to establish required fields so as to ensure data input integrity. 4.17 Ability to assign maintenance scores to work activity types.

4.18 Update GIS attributes with fields from the work management system automatically.

4.19 Report on total cost of maintenance for one or many selected assets. 4.20 Ability to view work activities on a calendar.


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5.1 Ability to collect and store condition assessment data against an asset, e.g. number of leaks, number of repairs, defects, thickness measurements, anode deterioration, safety issues, etc.

5.2 Captures and stores for assets the results of various inspections such as flow monitoring, I/I investigations, smoke testing, hydrant flow testing, back-flow preventions devise testing, pump efficiency testing, dye tests, etc.

5.3 Inspections must provide flexibility for user defined fields and forms.

5.4 Ability to define custom inspection observations with weighted scoring by asset type. Weighted scoring should result in a condition score on the asset. Scoring weights should be defined by city.

5.5 Ability to conduct a condition analysis from within the map interface, combining inspection data and GIS attributes with results in the selection of assets based on condition score range.

5.6 Ability to summarize asset condition by heat maps within GIS.

5.7 Must provide a flexible and open methodology with ability to link to 3rd party software, tools or data for asset condition modeling, depreciation and valuation. Use the Functional Requirements Summary in Section III beginning on page 11 to provide coded response to Sub-Sections 1-5 above.

Provide detailed responses to Vendor & Proposed Solution Questions in Section II



Vendor & Proposed Solution Questions

1. What are the hardware and software system requirements for your solution including for mobile applications?

2. What database platform or platforms does your solution use? 3. Describe in detail the implementation options in your proposal. 4. How are backups and restoration of data best conducted? 5. What browsers are supported by your solution?

6. Is your solution capable of integrating with other City SQL databases without adding significant cost, i.e. Fixed Assets, Inventory, Finance, and Payroll?

7. Does your company provide the implementation services or do you work with an outside business partner(s)?

8. What GIS platform does your solution support? Please explain in detail, including how your solution maintains currency with the GIS platform.

9. How does your solution create work orders that are not linked directly to a GIS asset; i.e. does your solution create work orders from both inside and outside of the map interface? 10. What mobile devices are best suited for conducting field work using your solution?


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11. Does your solution provide for disconnected (off-line) data entry and/or editing in the event of loss of connection to the primary database when conducting field work? If so explain how the data entered off-line is synchronized with the database once back on-line?

12. What reporting capability does your solution provide?

13. Are reports and data entry screens readily customizable or does this require additional programming and cost?

14. Does your solution provide a One Call locations solution?

15. Please describe the licensing structure and available options/models for your solution, i.e. based on number of users, site/enterprise options, etc.

16. Can you provide a reference list of at least three (3) completed projects providing a solution of a similar type in Montana, the Rocky Mountains, or the Pacific Northwest? List the agency/company name, address, phone number and name of contact person.


Functional Requirements Summary

Fill out the matrix below using the following codes:

F - Fully Supported P – Partially Supported N – Not Supported If Code used is P (partially supported) attach additional information to explain.


To save space Asset Management Software is referred to as ASM)


Short Description


1 General


1.1 Web-based, install on local server

1.2 Support interface, workflow customizations without programming 1.3 Support MS SQL 2012

1.4 Capable of integration with other systems

1.5 Customize/configure forms

1.6 Configurable by/for different end users 1.7 Access in field on variety of devices


GIS and Asset Data Requirements

2.1 Support ESRI ArcGIS Server 10.2, maintain compatibility 2.2 GIS-based, work primarily with existing GIS data

2.3 Use ESRI geodatabase as asset database/repository out-of-box 2.4 No limits on number of assets other than ESRI limits


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2.6 Query GIS database from within ASM

2.7 Provide a map interface, allow users to view & identify attributes 2.8 Use ESRI ArcGIS address locators or geocoding service

2.9 Select assets in GIS map and create work orders, inspections 2.10 Attach multiple assets to work order

2.11 Work activities displayed on map, open activities from map 2.12 Update asset attributes from within ASM


Request Management/Call Center

3.1 Logging, mapping and tracking calls for service

3.2 Define service request types, user defined caller information 3.3 Log calls from internal and external customers

3.4 Convert Call Center work request into a work order 3.5 Select caller’s address/name from billing application list 3.6 Record caller information if different than property owner

3.7 Use ESRI ArcGIS address locators or geocoding service (see 2.8) 3.8 Route request to City staff and to email

3.9 Interface to external Customer Service databases/systems 3.10 Automatically email caller’s status updates

3.11 Track multiple callers per request

3.12 Prompt call taker if open request of same type in same area


Work Management

4.1 Generate, map and track work orders against assets

4.2 Define unlimited work order activity types for GIS or other assets 4.3 Generate work orders from service requests, relationships

between work orders, and attaching work orders to GIS assets or to locations without GIS assets

4.4 Track parts, labor, equipment, costs/resources 4.5 Costs associated with assets and reportable

4.6 Dispatch work orders, access and prioritize work orders 4.7 Create work orders from inside and outside map interface 4.8 Track relationships between service request and work order 4.9 Personnel selection and review of work requests and orders


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4.10 Work orders include multiple assets

4.11 View work activities on map by priority, status, type 4.12 Schedule and assign preventative or routine work orders 4.13 Attach multimedia files to work order

4.14 Organize work orders and costs to project with a budget 4.15 Modify fields on end user forms

4.16 Establish required fields 4.17 Assign maintenance scores

4.18 Update GIS attributes from ASM automatically

4.19 Report on total cost of maintenance for selected assets 4.20 View work activities on a calendar


Asset Inspection and Condition Analysis Requirements

5.1 Collect and store condition assessment data for asset(s) 5.2 Capture and store results of inspections

5.3 Modify/customize inspection forms

5.4 Define custom inspection observations with weighted scoring 5.5 Conduct condition analysis within map interface


Summarize conditions using heat maps in GIS


Link to 3


party software for modelling, depreciation,


IV. Deliverables

The respondent shall submit a delivery schedule.

The Consultant shall deliver to the City for acceptance the following items:

 Asset Management & Work Order Software Solution Package

 Implementation Plan

 Integration Options (for existing maintenance data)

 Licensing Options

 Training

 Follow-up Support

All products delivered and developed under this proposal shall become the sole property of the City of Billings with no restrictions on use or dissemination.


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GENERAL INFORMATION 1) Company Name Address: Contact Name: Contact Phone: Contact Email: Website/URL:

2) How many facilities/locations do you have in the U.S? Please list.

3) How many years has your company been doing business under this name? 4) Total Full-Time Employees.

5) Do you have Small Business Administration Status? If yes, can you provide documentation?

6) What are your standard payment terms?

7) References - Please attach a Word© document with all contact information for at least the following three references:

a) New Company (started doing business with them in the past 12 months) b) Retained Company (have been doing business with them for 3 + years) c) Former Company (contract terminated in the past 2 years)

8) Can you provide a statement and meet the City of Billings minimum insurance

requirements of $750,000 per claim and $1,500,000 per occurrence, and the City being named as an additional insured?


1) A certificate of insurance must be provided prior to signing the contract, commencing on the day contract begins. Are you willing to comply with these requirements?

2) You must instruct your insurance broker/carrier to notify the City of Billings should your coverage change. Are you willing to do this?


1) Do you have a quality assurance program? If yes, please attach a copy. 2) Are your employees required to take a mandatory drug test?



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In case of default by the successful proposer or failure to deliver the goods or services within the time specified, the City Purchasing Agent, after written notice, may procure them from other sources and hold contractor responsible for excess costs occasioned thereby.

The specifications attached to the instructions to proposers establish a standard of quality desired by the City of Billings. Any proposer may submit quotations on any article-which substantially complies with these specifications as to quality, workmanship and service. The City of Billings reserves the right to make its selections of materials or services purchased, based on its best judgment as to which articles substantially comply with the requirements of the specifications. This RFP is not to be construed as a contract or commitment of any kind.

No alteration in any of the terms, conditions, delivery, quality, or specifications will be effective without prior written consent of the City of Billings.

No exception to delivery or service dates shall be allowed unless prior written approval is first obtained from the City of Billings.

The contractor warrants all articles supplied under this contract to conform to specifications herein. The contractor will deliver a warranty stating that all articles supplied under the contract are fit and sufficient for the purpose manufactured, merchantable, and free from defects.

The contractor agrees not to be discriminate against any client, employee or applicant for employment or for services, because of race, creed, color, national origin, sex or age with regard to, but not limited to, the following: employment upgrading; demotion or transfer; recruitment or recruitment advertising; layoffs and termination; rates of pay or other forms of compensation; selection for training; rendition of services. It is further understood that any contractor who is in violation of this shall be barred forthwith from receiving awards of any purchase order for the City unless a satisfactory showing is made that discriminatory practices have terminated and that a reoccurrence of such acts are unlikely.

The City reserves the right to cancel and terminate this contract forthwith upon giving 10 days written notice to the contractor. (This provision does not apply to the purchase of materials and equipment. A purchase order for materials and equipment is a binding contract.)

Should either party employ an attorney or attorneys or utilize the services of in-house attorneys to enforce any of the provisions hereof or to protect its interest in any manner arising under this contract, the non-prevailing party in any action pursued in a court of competent jurisdiction agrees to pay to the prevailing party all reasonable costs, damages, expenses, and attorneys’ fees, including fees for in-house attorneys, expended or incurred in connection therewith. Where applicable, possible or required, the proposer is required to submit descriptive literature, sample material, design sketches and detailed shop drawings. Failure to submit required items may result in rejection of the proposal or termination of contract.

The successful proposer may not make any advertising or sale use of the fact that contract items are being used by purchaser and other approved agencies, under penalty of contract termination. News releases pertaining to the award resulting from the RFPs shall not be made without prior written approval of the City of Billings.

This Agreement shall be construed and enforced in accordance with the laws of the State of Montana. Venue for any suit between the parties arising out of this Agreement shall be the State of Montana Thirteenth Judicial District Court, Yellowstone County.

The contractor may not assign or subcontract the agreement, or the right to receive reasonable performance of any act called for by the contract, shall be deemed waived by a waiver by City of a breach thereof as to any particular transaction or occurrence.

Regardless of FOB point, contractor agrees to bear all risks of loss, injury, or destruction of goods and materials ordered herein and such loss, injury, or destruction shall not release contractor from any obligation hereunder.


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(to be sent with proposal in a separate, sealed envelope)

City of Billings Asset and Work Order Management Software Price

Base Software $

Additional Modules (if applicable – add as many as necessary) $

Implementation $

Tech Support/Annual Maintenance $

Please include additional information if enough space is not provided in the Price Matrix above.

I/We acknowledge _____________ addendum.


____________________________ __________________________

Company Name


_____________________________ __________________________

Contact Name (please print)


Signature of Contact Position


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To receive consideration, this form must be signed in full by a responsible, authorized agent, officer, employee or representative of your firm.


We have read and agree to the conditions and stipulations contained herein and to the Standard Terms and Conditions contained on the attached.

We further agree to furnish the services specified at the prices stated herein, to be delivered to the location and on that date set forth herein.

In signing this proposal, you also certify that you have not, either directly or indirectly, entered into any agreement or participated in any collusion or otherwise taken any action in restraint of free competition; that no attempt has been made to induce any other person or firm to submit or not to submit a proposal; that this proposal has been independently arrived at without collusion with any other proposer, competitor or

potential competitor; that this proposal has not been knowingly disclosed prior to the due date and time to any other proposer or competitor; that the above statement is accurate under penalty of perjury.

__________________________________ _______________________________ Legal Name of Firm/Corporation Authorized Signature

__________________________________ _______________________________

Address Printed Name

__________________________________ _______________________________

City/State/Zip Title

__________________________________ _______________________________


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PROJECT: City of Billings Orthoimagery TT09272013

Master Q&A Any questions regarding this Request for Proposals should be submitted according to the process outlined below. The City will make every effort to answer within two (2) days of receiving the questions.

Q&A Process 1. Prepare questions or concerns on the template provided.

2. Complete the table in full, providing a date for each question and a section of the RFP to reference (if


3. Submit the completed form via email to Attach associated documents as


Please contact David Watterson with any questions regarding this process.

Questions from: ___________________ Company: ____________________

Email Address: __________________________________________________

# Date Reference


Question or Comment City Response 1




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RFP: Asset and Work Order Management DW02282014


Fax the following Intent to Respond form to David Watterson at

(406) 657-8319 within two (2) days of RFP date even if your company chooses

NOT to participate in the RFP.


City of Billings






GIS-Based Asset and Work Order ManagementSystem

From: ________________________________

Contact Name


Company Name


Company Address



Phone Number


Fax Number


Email Address

We intend to respond to this RFP by the specified due date:

Yes ________ No _______

____________________________________ __________________________

Company Name


____________________________________ __________________________

Contact Name (please print)



Signature of Contact Person


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A. Company Contacts

Primary Contact Person (Name):



Business Hours Phone:


Internet E-mail Address:

Name of Person Responding to






Internet E-mail Address:

B. General Company and Financial Information

Company Name:

Headquarters Address:

City, State, ZIP

Headquarters Phone:

Headquarters FAX:

Company Owned By:

Percent % Ownership:

Years In Business

Name of CIO





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