The PSMFC may reject any or all proposals if such action is in the PSMFC's interest. The PSMFC may waive informalities and minor irregularities in proposals received. The PSMFC intends to evaluate proposals and award a contract without discussions with bidders (except clarifications as described in FAR 15.306(a)). Therefore, the bidder's initial proposal should contain the bidder's best terms from a cost or price and technical standpoint. The PSMFC reserves the right to conduct discussions if it determines them to be necessary. If the PSMFC determines that the number of proposals that would otherwise be in the competitive range exceeds the number at which an efficient competition can be conducted, the PSMFC may limit the number of proposals in the competitive range to the greatest number that will permit an efficient competition among the most highly rated proposals. The PSMFC reserves the right to make multiple awards if, after considering the additional administrative costs, it is in the PSMFC's best interest to do so.
In accordance with Executive Order 14 and 29 – Increasing Supplier Diversity Initiatives within State Government and Ensuring Representation of Veteran-Owned Businesses…, the State of Delaware is committed to supporting its diverse business industry and population. The successful Vendor will be required to report on the participation by a minority, woman, or veteran owned business (Diversity Supplier) under this awarded contract. The reported data elements shall include but not be limited to; name of state contract/project, the name of the Diversity Supplier, Diversity Supplier contact information (phone, email), type of product or service provided by the Diversity Supplier and any minority, women, or veteran certifications for the subcontractor (State OSD certification, Minority Supplier Development Council, Women’s Business Enterprise Council). The format used for this Subcontracting 2 nd Tier report is found below (Attachment 8).
The Consultant will provide insurance certificates naming the City of Bellflower, and each of its officers, employees, and agendas, as additional insureds for General Liability and Automobile Liability; the proposer must provide Workers Compensation insurance in the amounts required by California law and Professional Liability Insurance coverage, as provided in the City’s standard ProfessionalServices Agreement, but no less than the following amount: Errors and Omissions in the amount of $1,000,000 per occurrence. The insurance certificate will contain a provision stating that the City will be given thirty-days (30-days) prior written notice in the event of cancellation or reduction in coverage. The Consultant will also execute an agreement that will include a provision for indemnity and defense in a form provided by the City.
Desktop Support Technicians are expected to resolve Client/caller generated trouble calls in a professional and efficient manner. Additionally they will work on special project/task assignments as necessary: to setup and configure new PCs; to maintain current version levels of desktop software; to install, upgrade or troubleshoot software; to conduct hardware and software inventories; to do minor hardware installations and modifications on existing PCs and other related tasks.
a. Workers’ Compensation Insurance. No Workers’ Compensation Insurance has been or will be obtained by the MWMC for Consultant or Consultant’s employees and sub-consultants. Consultant shall provide coverage for its employees, officers, agents or partners including employers’ liability with limits not less than $500,000/ $500,000/ $500,000 and provide the MWMC with evidence of such coverage or verification of their election not to be covered pursuant to ORS 656.027(7) (Sole Proprietors Exception). In the event Consultant elects to not be covered pursuant to ORS 656.027(7), Consultant assumes full responsibility for any liability and exposure under law relating to Workers’ Compensation because of any performance of services under this Agreement and will indemnify, defend and hold the MWMC, the Cities of
Note: This Request for Proposal is for Medical Transcription Services, serving four (4) ODYS correctional institutions – Circleville Juvenile Correctional Facility (CJCF), Cuyahoga Hills Juvenile Correctional Facility (CHJCF), Indian River Juvenile Correctional Facility (IRJCF), Ohio River Valley Juvenile Correctional Facility (ORVJCF), and, Scioto Juvenile Correctional Facility (SJCF). Multiple awards may result from this bid.
COASST intends to modernize their existing website, scientific database, and associated tools. In addition COASST will be expanding their program to include new monitoring protocols, datasets and supporting technologies. COASST is seeking contractor/technology partner(s) to design, implement and maintain some or all of the technology components described below. Interested parties should submit a proposal by the closing date listed above, in compliance with this Request for Proposals (RFP), the scope of work and the instructions for preparation of the proposal described below.
The scope of this project is to replace the existing CEDAC/CIF/CWC web infrastructure and implement the web design for the three sites. The successful candidate will be provided all necessary content, style guidelines, brand standards, and data. This will be a two-phase process. Phase I will include the infrastructure and CEDAC website. Phase II will include the CIF and CWC websites. Please see Appendix C: Site Architecture for more information. To be effective for internal administrative audiences, our infrastructure must:
(a) Transcription Page - is the printing medium used by the service provider for billing purposes. Transcription Pages shall have line numbering and should contain an average of 180 words. A sample Transcription Page is attached for information purposes.
Submissions should provide straightforward and concise information that fulfill the requirements of the RFP. Emphasis should be placed on brevity, conformity to the RFP’s instructions, and completeness and clarity of content. Proposals should not include generic promotional materials and graphics that increase page count and PDF file size without addressing substantive content. Hard copy brochures and marketing materials may be included as a supplement, if desired. Proposals that fail to address each of the submission requirements above may be deemed non- responsive and will not be further considered. SLDC, solely upon its own discretion, will judge Respondents on their overall compliance, and may judge a Respondent to be materially
Leads team of developers; implements all technical aspects of proposed IT projects; creates IT deliverables such as web application, source code or website design; assists in designing products; programs computer software; researches, writes and edits source code and other technical IT materials; uses current standards-based web technology to create Internet and intranet sites per customer requirements; responsible for translating design into web pages; keeps pages up-to-date with both content and latest technology; performs software and systems testing, debugging integrates security, authentication and authorization requirements into web application configurations, as needed.
22.0 Provide and be prepared to enact a sample implementation plan with projected activities and timelines, including all scheduled milestones. Identify the most critical issues that must be satisfactorily addressed to assure this contract will be successfully implemented. The proposing company shall be prepared to work with the City’s existing medical billing provider in order to allow for a seamless transition of services.
Goods used within Skanska must be evaluated against “Skanska in Swe- den’s criteria for chemical substances.” See www.skanska.se/supplier . The goods may not contain any substances included on the list of re- stricted substances. Goods that contain substances on the phase-out list must be reported separately. Goods that are registered in the BASTA database available at http://www.bastaonline.se meet Skanska in Swe- den’s chemical requirements.
The purpose of this RFP is to solicit proposals from brand consultancy, advertising, online media firms or other organisations with the necessary expertise to design, develop and help implement a brand strategy and the associated concept design and visual expressions for public awareness outreach campaigns for the .hk domain name. In addition, the proposer will deploy the new branding and execute specific outreach programs, highlighting key benefits of .hk brand value through strategic designs, creative applications and messaging across various communications means.
Proposal information is restricted and not publicly available until after award of a contract. All documents associated with the RFP, unless proposer indicates a portion of the proposal is proprietary, will be subject to public inspection in accordance with the Public Information Act. All information obtained during the course of this RFP process will become the property of NCTCOG. Sealed proposal responses must be received in the NCTCOG offices no later than 3:00 p.m. Wednesday, March 11, 2015. Sealed proposal responses can be mailed or delivered to the address below and clearly marked on the outside envelope as RFP #NCT-2015-06 Video Web Hosting Service and Equipment/Maintenance in the bottom left-hand corner of each envelope. Submit to:
comparable work are invited to submit proposals. Proposals must reflect, at a minimum the current range of benefit options. RCMA is not obligated to accept any proposal or to negotiate with any respondent. The RFP is located at www.rcma.org. Click on the About Us tab and then the RFP tab to access the PDF document.
Consultant shall indemnify, defend, and hold harmless City, its City Council, boards, commissions, officials, employees, and volunteers ("Indemnitees") from and against any and all loss, damages, liability, claims, suits, costs and expenses whatsoever, including reasonable attorneys' fees ("Claims"), arising from or in any manner connected to Consultant's negligent act or omission, whether alleged or actual, regarding performance of services or work conducted or performed pursuant to this Agreement. If Claims are filed against Indemnitees which allege negligence on behalf of the Consultant, Consultant shall have no right of reimbursement against Indemnitees for the costs of defense even if negligence is not found on the part of Consultant. However, Consultant shall not be obligated to indemnify Indemnitees from Claims arising from the sole negligence or willful misconduct of Indemnitees.
Bidder must provide a completed Price Sheet for each category bid (Category 1: Services; Category 2: Products), using the template found in Appendix F. There is no requirement that a bidder submit a response to both categories. The bidder’s Price Sheet shall include the prices for all products/services necessary to meet this RFP's minimum mandatory requirements for the category(ies) bid. Although not scored, sections C and F of Bidder’s Price Sheet may include any optional products and services appropriate to the scope of this RFP.
which the activities of Help Desk staff shall be performed, including (but not limited to): greeting callers; verifying the caller’s identity; understanding users’ questions and problems; providing accurate information to resolve users’ in-scope questions and problems, including researching solutions; referring other inquiries to appropriate personnel identified by WCI, Inc.; ending calls; returning calls; responding to email inquiries; and logging and summarizing inquiries in the Help Desk management and tracking system. 6. Training of the designated Contractor staff on the CITSS and all relevant