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RFP#2018.02.05 - Field Debris Monitoring Services and Fixed Site Monitoring


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Basic Information

Reference Number

0000186176

Issuing Organization

City of Milton

Owner Organization

Purchasing Department

Solicitation Type

RFP - Request for Proposal

Solicitation Number

RFP#2018.02.05

Title

Field Debris Monitoring Services and Fixed Site Monitoring

Source ID

PU.AG.USA.2245.C8633151

Details

Region

United States, Florida, Santa Rosa County

Delivery Point

City of Milton

Purchase Type

Duration: 3 years
Option: Two (2) one-year renewal options

Piggyback Contract

No

Dates

Publication

03/08/2018 02:16 PM CST

Question Acceptance Deadline

03/21/2018 02:00 PM CDT

Questions are submitted online

Yes

Closing Date

04/05/2018 03:00 PM CDT

Contact Information

Michelle Abrahamsen

850-983-5417

mabrahamsen@miltonfl.org

Description

The City of Milton is seeking proposals for Field Debris Monitoring Services and Fixed Site Monitoring to assist the City with Disaster Debris Monitoring Services.

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Buyer’s Requirements

General Requirements

- Insurance Required

- Bidder Prequalification/Preregistration Required

- Contractors License Required

- License Required

Award Requirements

- Reserve Rights to Award by Line Item

Bid Submission Process

Bid Submission Type

Physical Bid Submission

Additional Bidding Instructions

Subsequent to FEMA policy RP 9580.201, all contracts must be guaranteed by an adequate payment and performance bond. We will require a $2M Payment and Performance Bond within 24 hours of activation of the contract or notice to proceed, whichever occurs first. If FEMA determines that the bonding level is inadequate upon review following a disaster, then they can require that the applicant conform to the more strict requirements outlined in 44 CFR (requires 100% bonding for Performance and Payment Bonds.    

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