This request for proposal (RFP) is to seek proposals from qualified consultants for the purpose of obtaining information and pricing to conduct Feasibility studies for a Fixed Route in Montezuma County.
Only qualified individuals with experience with Feasibility Studies may respond to this RFP.
Your proposal should be addressed as follows:
Evaluation of each proposal will be scored on the following six factors:
Notification of award:
The proposer’s proposed price for services should include a not-to-exceed total fee. Any out-of-pocket expenses should also be indicated, including travel expenses.
Payment terms will be agreed upon with the proposer.
The proposer agrees to keep the information related to all contracts in strict confidence. Other than the reports submitted to Montezuma County, the proposer agrees not to publish, reproduce or otherwise divulge such information in whole or in part, in any manner or form, or authorize or permit others to do so, taking such reasonable measures as are necessary to restrict access to the information, while in the Proposer’s possession, to those employees on the Proposer’s staff who must have the information on a “need to know” basis.
The proposer, in its proposal, shall, as a minimum, include the following:
The proposer should describe the current challenges and opportunities specific to our organization. Describe how your firm is best suited to assist our organization in facing those challenges and opportunities moving forward.
The proposer should clearly describe the scope of work to be performed in alignment with this RFP. The successful proposer in this RFP process will accomplish the following, in addition to other inclusions identified throughout the RFP. These include:
The proposer should describe its understanding of our industry by providing specific industry knowledge and expertise.
The proposer should briefly describe the qualifications of staff to be assigned to the engagement (if applicable). Descriptions should include:
The proposer should describe its organization, experience level (in relation to work to be performed) and structure. Description should include:
The proposer should describe its approach to the work to be performed.
Montezuma County intends to select the proposal that is most advantageous to itself.
Montezuma County may, at its discretion, request presentations by or meetings with any, all or none of the proposers to clarify or negotiate modifications to the proposers’ proposals.
However, Montezuma County reserves the right to make an award without further discussion of the proposals submitted. Therefore, proposals should be submitted initially on the most favorable terms, from both technical and price standpoints, that the proposer can propose.
Montezuma County contemplates award of the contract to the responsible proposer with the highest total points.
|08/2/2023||Deadline for question submissions|
|08/31/2023||Deadline for receipt of proposals|
|09/14/2023||Initial review of received proposals|
|10/04/2023||Evaluations of proposals|
|11/04/2023||Final decision is made|
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