Florida rail seek sunnier marketing services firm
Steve’s breakdown: This RFP seems a bit stuffy but it would be a fun account to work on. Get the RFP here =>RattiReportRFP25
Here are some details: Proposals are due September 23, 2011.
The contact is: Daniel Deily
Phone: (386) 943-5514
Florida Department of Transportation
District Five Procurement Services M.S.#524
719 South Woodland Boulevard
DeLand, Florida 32720-6834
DeLAND, FL: The State of Florida, Department of Transportation, requests written proposals from qualified potential vendors to provide Public Involvement and Marketing Services. It is anticipated that the term of the contract will begin in November 2011. The term of this Agreement shall begin on the date of execution hereof and continue through three years after the end of FDOT Funding Period provided, however, that this Agreement expires upon the expiration of the FDOT Funding Period unless the Agreement is assigned to the Central Florida Commuter Rail Commission pursuant to an assignment that effects a novation of this Agreement which releases the Department from being a party to the Agreement. The FDOT Funding Period is defined as seven years from the commencement of Revenue Service. This Agreement may be canceled by the Department in whole or in part at any time the interest of the Department requires such termination, as described in Section 6 the Standard Written Agreement.
The process for selecting a single Vendor to represent the Department requires submission of the Competitive Sealed Technical Proposal to provide Public Involvement and Marketing Services. Subject to the Qualifications outlined in this Request for Proposal, the Department will select a single firm to provide Public Involvement and Marketing Services and related services that may be deemed necessary. The selected Vendor will fully coordinate with the Department in the performance of all services hereunder.
The Department intends to award this contract to the responsive and responsible Proposer whose Proposal is determined to be the most advantageous to the Department. After the award, said Proposer will be referred to as the “Vendor”. For the purpose of this document, the term “Proposer” means the prime Vendor acting on its own behalf and those individuals, partnerships, firms, or corporations comprising the Proposer team. The term “Proposal” means the complete response of the Proposer to the Request for Proposals (RFP), including properly completed forms and supporting documentation.