3. Please include a letter from your president, chairman or CEO certifying that (i) no member of your firm has made inquiries or contacts with respect to this Request for Proposals other than in an email or written communication to Cathy Matarese, email@example.com to seek clarification of the Scope of IT ManagedServices set forth in this proposal, from the date of this RFP through the date of your proposal,(ii) no member of your firm will make any such inquiry or contact until after January 25, 2016 , (iii) all information in your proposal is true and correct to the best of her/his knowledge, (iv) no member of your firm gave anything of monetary value or promise of future employment to a Rhode Island Housing employee or Commissioner, or a relative of the same, based on any understanding that such person’s action or judgment will be influenced and (v) your firm is in full compliance with Chapter 27 of Title 17 of the Rhode Island General Laws, Reporting of Political Contributions by State Vendors.
The City of Columbus, Department of Technology, (the City), would like to implement an Enterprise Information Archive solution in order to reduce the load on production systems and effectively manage aged data. The proposed solution should cover at a minimum file systems and email systems. The City is placing this Request for Proposals with the intention to enter into a contract with a Vendor who will provide hardware, software, licenses, support services, training and any labor required to bring the System fully operational, and to train City personnel in its best use, in order to keep the System fully functional throughout its expected life span of at least five years (“The Solution”).
Scenario 2: The identity an appropriate individual is not known. In this case CFP would rely on the expertise and job market knowledge of the staffing firm to provide capable individuals to fill the tasking needs. Depending on the position and duration, the CFP may assist in reviewing and selecting candidates. In other cases, the CFP may rely on the temporary services contractor to select suitable candidates.
The HIAL acts as an abstract layer to integrate Point of Service (PoS) applications with the EHR. It is comprised of service components, service roles, information models, and messaging standards required for the exchange of EHR Data and the execution of interoperability profiles between EHR Services. It is aligned with Infoway EHR Blueprint version 2, employing a full Service Oriented Architecture (SOA) which allows services to be integrated into an overall health solution.
Your proposal should include a quote for flat fee per bill, a per line quote (explain if you will accept a maximum and minimum line charge and if you will charge for headers on each review), and a quote for percentage of savings including but not limited to reviewable bills, in-patient hospital and outpatient facility bill reviews, negotiated bills, professional surgical fees; line audit bills, duplicate bills, In addition to re-evaluation/provider inquiries, expert testimony in defense of reviews, EDI (Electronic Data Interface), and on-line access to the system.
Please refer to the Commission’s “Standards of Conduct” Policy for information regarding contact with MHDC commissioners or staff in connection with this RFP, necessary disclosures thereunder and other policies regulating the actions of interested parties, employees and commissioners during a competitive matter. The Commission’s Standards of Conduct Policy is available on MHDC’s website at www.mhdc.com/rfp.
RFP bidders must provide detailed information outlining the facilities utilized by the ISP. In particular please describe the current backbone network, including bandwidth; names of principal suppliers (e.g., interexchange carriers, fiber optic transport providers, etc.). Contracted bandwidth must be guaranteed across the provider’s network. A network diagram detailing this information would be helpful. Please indicate the type of network (i.e., fiber optic, leased copper lines, satellite, cable, etc.) Infrastructure preference will be given to providers who can demonstrate, through the use of network diagrams and other material, detail regarding route diversity and bandwidth. Include the ISP’s method of redundancy to be provided for the State connection, details of the hardware and software used to restore a failure of the primary connection, proof that the restoration could be done without human intervention and the amount of time that restoration would take. Internet connectivity must be established in such a way that service is not relying on a single point or path.
It is the intent of the Board to solicit Proposal Statements from Respondents that have expertise in the payment of accounts payable through a credit payment system. To maximize the revenue share to the Board the respondent needs to be able to work with the Boards vendors to process approved payments to the vendors through a credit program. A portion of the discount paid by the vendor for the payment through the credit program is then to be remitted to the Board on a monthly basis. Respondents should indicate the process to be utilized to set-up the Accounts Payable Solution arrangement between the Board, the respondent and the Board’s vendors (including, but not limited to, training, technology requirements, and fees). Firms and/or persons responding to this RFP shall be able to demonstrate that they will have the continuing capabilities to perform these services.
It is the provider’s responsibility to obtain authorization for treatment from the PCP listed on the enrollee’s MID card prior to treatment. When services have been rendered to a CCNC/CA enrollee without first obtaining authorization from the PCP and the PCP refuses to authorize retroactively, providers may request an override using the Carolina ACCESS Override Request form to obtain payment. Override requests will be considered only for extenuating circumstances beyond the control of the responsible parties that affected access to medical care. Overrides will not be given for mental health services.
written permission of a State officer or employee with authority to authorize the disclosure. The Service Provider shall not: (i) disclose any State Proprietary Information to any third person unless otherwise specifically allowed under this contract; (ii) make any use of State Proprietary Information except to exercise rights and perform obligations under this contract; (iii) make State Proprietary Information available to any of its employees, officers, agents or Service Providers except those who have agreed to obligations of confidentiality at least as strict as those set out in this contract and who have a need to know such information. Service Provider is held to the same standard of care in guarding State Proprietary Information as it applies to its own confidential or proprietary information and materials of a similar nature, and no less than holding State Proprietary Information in the strictest confidence. Service Provider shall protect confidentiality of the State’s information from the time of receipt to the time that such information is either returned to the State or destroyed to the extent that it cannot be recalled or reproduced. Service Provider agrees to return all information received from the State to State’s custody upon the end of the term of this contract, unless otherwise agreed in a writing signed by both parties. State Proprietary Information shall not include information that (i) was in the public domain at the time it was disclosed to Service Provider; (ii) was known to Service Provider without restriction at the time of disclosure from the State; (iii) that is disclosed with the prior written approval of State’s officers or employees having authority to disclose such
(G) The Tenderer shall acknowledge and agree that, if the Tenderer is selected as the Service Provider, it shall be bounded by the ethical commitment clauses. The Tenderer shall submit a signed declaration in a form (see Appendix F) prescribed or approved by HKIRC to confirm compliance with the provisions in aforesaid sub-clauses (A) (B), (C), (D), (E) and (F) on prevention of bribery, declaration of interest and confidentiality. If the Tenderer fails to submit the declaration as required, HKIRC shall be entitled to withhold payment until such declaration is submitted and the Tenderer shall not be entitled to interest in that period. To demonstrate compliance with the aforesaid sub-clauses (A), (B), (C), (D), (E) and (F) on prevention of bribery, declaration of interest and handling of confidential information, the Service Provider and the sub-contractors employed for the performance of duties under this Service Agreement are required to deposit with HKIRC a copy of the internal guidelines issued to their staff.
The current COASST website, applications and scientific database are hosted by a private hosting provider. However, COASST is open to new approaches, services and solutions. Technical support is essential. Please address any requirements for website and application hosting, database and file backup strategies, security and software maintenance. Describe for which parts of this technology component the applicant will provide services and/or be responsible for over the duration of the contract. Two important pieces of software that need to run from the hosting provider are:
(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.
the flexibility to request addition services on an as-needed basis for assistance with large projects as they arise. Respondent agrees to quote special projects on an as needed basis using the hourly rates provided in their response. Respondent shall also provide price proposal for 20-hours per week of On-Site Support that may be required in the future.
Consultant will provide strategic planning and oversight of the City’s IT services and inventory and contribute to the development and implementation of long-term goals, projects, and objectives to achieve the City’s technology priorities. Such advisory and project management services include, but are not limited to, the following:
In this Chapter, present a well-conceived service plan. This section of the proposal shall establish that the Firms understanding of the City’s objectives and work requirements and the Firm’s ability to satisfy those objectives and requirements. Describe the proposed approach for addressing the required service, outlining the approach that would be undertaken in providing the requested services. Include a timetable for transition to full operation. Describe related service experience by both the Firm and any subcontractors in similar work. Please describe the role, extent of services (number of people used or saved, engagement duration, and contract value). Provide standard written operating procedures that cover the normal industry standard activities for Desktop Technicians, Network Administration and Security, Computer Operations and any other activities proposed by the Firm.
As an option, vendors may propose managedservices software tools and provide remote monitoring, maintenance, and support. The technology should include a core application and remote clients that are installed on the Village’s servers and network devices. All communications between the Village and the vendor should be secure and encrypted. Proposed costs for this optional service should include both the cost of the installation of the remote monitoring and management software and the services to provide 24 X 7, 365 day per year remote monitoring.
It is the Contractor’s responsibility to provide a full and complete written response, which does not require interpretation or clarification by the Procurement Coordinator. The Contractor is to provide all requested materials, forms, and information. The Contractor is responsible to ensure the proper submission of materials and that they accurately reflect the Contractor’s specifications or proposal. During scoring and evaluation (prior to interviews if any), the Port will rely upon the submitted materials and shall not accept materials from the Contractor after the RFP deadline. This however this does not limit the right of the Port to consider additional information (such as references that are not provided by the Contractor but are known to the Port, or past experience by the Port in assessing responsibility), or to seek clarifications as needed by the Port.
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
Proposals in response to this request should be directed to Les Sterman, Executive Director, East-West Gateway Council of Governments, One Memorial Drive, Suite 1600, St. Louis, MO 63102, no later than 5:00 p.m. local time October 3, 2008. Proposals received after this time will be returned unopened. Seven (7) hard copies and one (1) electronic copy (CD) of the proposal should be enclosed, along with a letter from a firm principal committing the proposal for a minimum of 90 days. The following items must be addressed in all proposals: