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GENERAL PROPOSAL REQUIREMENTS

1.

CONTRACTOR RESPONSIBILITIES

All procedures and services must be in compliance with all Federal, State, and County Local Laws and Regulations. The Contractor will be responsible for the following:

2.

BASIS FOR SELECTION AND CONDITIONS

The responsiveness, competency and responsibility of Proposer and of their proposed subcontractors will be considered in making the award of contract. Any Proposer before being awarded a contract may be required to furnish evidence satisfactory to the County that Proposer and their proposed subcontractors have sufficient means and experience in the type of work called for to assure completion of the contract in a

satisfactory manner. The County Proposer as not responsible and consideration who have previously

reserves the right to reject the proposal of any not qualified to do the particular work under failed to perform properly or to complete on time

contracts with the County of considered by the County capability of the Proposer to

a nature similar to this project. Other factors that may be to determine a responsible proposal and the overall satisfactorily complete the work under consideration may

include, projects,

but are not experience

limited to: insufficient doing the same type of

experience, work, length

experience on other public of tenure and capacity with

bonding or terminated

insurance company, on other projects.

financial

stability,

and

whether

a

Proposer

has

been

A responsive proposal is one that meets all terms, conditions, and specifications of the RFP. The bid must comply with the content requirements of the RFP documents. The Proposer must perform and do what the RFP documents and contract required and said they must do, whether it be pricing in a certain way, attending a mandatory pre- bid conference, providing bonds, etc. Other examples where a proposal might be declared and found to be non-responsive include:

  • Proposal is substantially incomplete

  • Proposal is not signed

  • Proposal is delivered late

  • No acknowledgement of critical addenda

  • Significant discrepancies appear in the response

A responsive proposal conforms to RFP specifications. However, a proposal which substantially conforms, though not strictly responsive, to a call for proposals may be accepted if the variance cannot have affected the amount of the proposal or given a Proposer an advantage or benefit not allowed other Proposers or, in other words, if the

variance is inconsequential. proposals or alternatives and

The waive

County reserves any informality or

the right to irregularity in

reject any and all the proposals or in

the but

bidding, and not limited to

to determine responsiveness and those areas mentioned above.

responsibility

of

Proposer,

including

Airport Terminal Car Rental Concession Wednesday, October 13, 2010

RFP 10-18 Page 13 of 31

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