Other – Requests for Bids & Proposals for Personal Services and Non-Construction Projects
Why? Because you might know someone local who is looking for work in these areas.
SOQ Professional Consulting Services Related To Preparing A Continuity Of Operations Plan (COOP)
Island County Department of Emergency Management solicits interest from consulting firms with expertise in planning and developing in the Emergency Management Field, including the development of Continuity of Operations Plan.
Purpose: Island County is seeking assistance from qualified firms to work with the Island County Emergency Management Director and all Island County departments, including department heads, elected officials, and agency staff, to identify and prioritize a Continuity of Operations Plan for the governmental agency of Island County to ensure continuity of government and services. Once completed, this plan will become a part of the County’s Emergency Management documentation to help ensure integration of planning efforts with other on-going initiatives. Funds for this work are provided by the Island County local funds.
Background: Overview Island County is requesting proposals for professional services to assist us in the development of the County’s Continuity of Operations Plan (“COOP”). COOP is defined as an internal effort within individual components of a government or corporation to ensure that the capability exists to continue essential component functions across a wide range of potential emergencies, including, but not necessarily limited to, localized acts of nature, accidents, and technological or attack-related emergencies. The COOP provides the requirements, strategies, and proposed actions necessary to fully recover Island County’s mission essential operations rapidly and effectively following a COOP event.
Project Overview: The project is comprised of planning, research, outreach, and conceptual design elements. It is expected that the consultant selected for this contract will begin by becoming familiar with the existing efforts in place to begin the process of COOP development. The consultant will work with County staff to identify necessary information, refining the information as appropriate, and begin development of the COOP document through a facilitated process. Upon developing these concepts, the consultant will conduct additional outreach necessary, which will then be documented and prioritized in a plan document. Once the COOP document has been completed, the consultant is expected to develop a small Table Top Exercise to test the completed COOP document.
Expected Deliverables of this Project: Task 1: Complete COOP base plan and department annex template with data provided. Task 2: Table Top Exercise Scenario for Workshop testing COOP
Timeline: The County intends to commence this project within two- to four-weeks after Notice of Intent to Proceed is issued. The County has estimated a six- to nine-month planning process for completion of this project.
Submission Time and Place – SOQ Schedule: Island County will review all the Statement of Qualifications (SOQs) received and will select up to three (3) consulting firms for interviews. The following schedule has been established for the submission and evaluation of the SOQs and selection of the consultant. These are tentative dates only and the County reserves the right to adjust these dates at its discretion. SOQs due 18 April, 2018 by 4:30 PM Interviews (if necessary) TBD Announce final selection TBD Contract negotiation complete TBD Board of County Commissioners approval TBD Notice to Proceed TBD
Budget: The total budget for this contract is not to exceed $90,000. This is the total budget, inclusive of both COOP development, Exercise Design, and any other items consultant deems necessary. Any associated costs of travel, lodging, sub-contractors, etc., is intended to be included within this budget. No other funds are available. Consultant shall provide a budget identifying the costs outside of the actual planning expense, which illustrate the amount of funds needed for sub-contractors, travel and lodging which will reduce the amount of funds available for planning purposes.
Questions: Direct all inquiries regarding this request for statements of qualifications to Eric Brooks, Island County Emergency Management Director at (360) 240-5572. Email questions shall be submitted to E.Brooks@co.island.wa.us with the word COOP written in the subject line.
Procedures for Submittal: SOQ submittals will not be opened publicly. A scoring team will be established comprised of Island County personnel.
Submittals must include the following information: Firm name, phone number, email address for point of contact; Name of Principal-in-Charge and Project Manager; Number of employees in each firm proposed to project; Fed. Tax Id Number; UBI Number; D/M/WBE Certification number; Year Firm established; Firm Type. Statement of Work – This project shall be written in accordance with FEMA guidelines; therefore, a detailed step-by-step SOW is not necessary. However, the Consultant shall provide a brief narrative demonstrating their level of knowledge in this respect, identifying their approach to accomplish the tasks in this section, including recommendations regarding scheduling the project tasks, the number of staff assigned to the tasks and the process for oversight to confirm the tasks are completed. The consultant’s response may include additional items it deems significant to the successful completion of this project. Include any information that would be relevant to evaluate your qualifications for the project being submitted for. Each SOQ should have no more than ten (10) sheets, plus a cover and a one-page cover letter.
The SOQ will be allowed a maximum two (2) additional sheets per proposed sub-consultant. Sub-consultants must be identified in detail, including their level of involvement and work to be performed. Resume for the lead planner shall be included but is not counted in the 10-sheet maximum. If mailed, proposer shall send 3 (THREE) sets of SOQs with a cover letter indicating the project they are submitting for. Sets of SOQs are to include one (1) unbound original (containing original signatures) and two (2) individually bound copies of the SOQs. Proposers are strongly encouraged to use recycled/recyclable products and to print on both sides of the paper whenever appropriate. Proposer may also email said submittal to E.Brooks@co.island.wa.us Email subject line shall state COOP PROPOSAL and must be received by the date/time indicated. Emails not timely received due to technical difficulties will not be considered. Once received, an email confirmation will be sent. If emailed, all items identified above must be included in the electronic submittal, which shall be in PDF form. Word documents in electronic format are not accepted. Mailed submittal must sent to Island County Emergency Management Attn: Eric Brooks PO Box 5000 1 NE 6th Street Coupeville, WA 98239-5000 Submittals must be received by 18 April, 2018 at 4:30 PM. No submittals in any form will be accepted after the specified date and time. Any questions regarding the project should be directed to Eric Brooks at E.Brooks@co.island.wa.us or (360) 240-5572.
RFP is for Labor and Employment Legal Services
Bellingham Housing Authority released a Request for Proposals (RFP) with a response deadline for May 2, 2018.
A copy of the RFP including additional information for interested parties is available online at bellinghamhousing.org (at the bottom of the page) or by email to email@example.com.
RFQ Bellingham Waterfront District Energy Utility Partner
The Port of Bellingham (Port) seeks to develop a district energy system (DES), with capacity to provide buildings with efficient and affordable clean (low carbon) energy for space heating, domestic hot water and in some cases cooling. The goal is to produce a cost-effective way to achieve deep greenhouse gas (“GHG”) reductions in high density, mixed use neighborhoods. District energy systems also offer a platform for addressing other community issues and priorities including energy security, waste management, and local economic development.
Through this RFQ, the Port is seeking responses from providers of district energy services describing their qualifications for implementing district energy services throughout Bellingham’s Waterfront. The Port is only seeking responses from teams that can demonstrate they have the desire, capacity and experience to build, own, finance and operate district energy infrastructure.
The deadline for this RFPS submittal is Wednesday, May 2, 2018 by 5:00 pm PST.
For a complete description and instructions for submitting proposals, visit http://www.portofbellingham.com/855/Other
Request for Professional Services Environmental Compliance Assessment Program
The Port of Bellingham is soliciting responses from qualified environmental consulting firms to assist with the management of its Environmental Compliance Assessment Program.
The deadline for this RFPS submittal is Friday, May 4, 2018 by 5:00 pm PST.
For a complete description and instructions on how to submit proposals, visit http://www.portofbellingham.com/841/
Professional-Services or contact Anthony Ammirati by phoning 360-676-2500 ext. 306.
On-Call Archaeological Consulting Services for King County Road Services Division
Due Date: 5/03/2018 12:00 PM
Link: Click to view details and documents for solicitation P00232P18