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REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL

2.3.1

The Quality of the Proposer’s Services

maximum total points 40

2.3.1.a

Organization of project team and experience of personnel that will

be

assigned to operate and maintain the sites. (30 points) 2.3.1.b Extent to which the services meet the University’s needs.

(10 points)

2.3.2 Cost of Options (cost of services)

max. total points 40

      • 2.3.2.

        a

      • 2.3.2.

        b

Annual cost of the option proposed. (20 points) Total long term cost to the University of acquiring

the

Proposer’s

services. (20 points)

2.3.3 References, qualifications and past experience of the proposer max. total points 20

2.3.3.a

Reputation of the Proposer and of the Proposer’s services (based on

references and past projects cited). (15 points)

2.3.3.b

Proposer’s past relationship with the University.

(5 points)

2.3.4 Compliance with University policies and procedures.

max. total points 20

2.3.4.a The Impact on the ability of the University to comply with laws and rules relating to historically underutilized businesses and to the procurement of goods and services from persons with disabilities (5 points) 2.3.4.b The proposer’s acceptance of the terms and conditions set forth in

Section 4 of this RFP. (15 points)

Each proposal is eligible to receive a maximum of 120 points.

Method of Award

The award of a contract shall be based on the demonstrated competence, experience, and qualifications of the vendor whose proposal is determined to represent the best value for the Air Monitoring and Camera Surveillance Project in the Corpus Christi Area taking into consideration the relative importance of price and other evaluation factors listed above. The University of Texas at Austin reserves the right to award a contract to more that one vendor.

Submission of proposal indicates proposer’s acceptance of the evaluation technique and proposer’s recognition that some subjective judgment may be made by the University during the assigning of points.

Following receipt of proposals, and prior to award, The University of Texas at Austin reserves the option to request oral presentations from any or all vendors submitting proposals. All travel and presentation costs incurred, shall be at the expense of the proposer.

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