SC Law No. 04-CC-ConsultRFPRequest for Proposals for Consultant
Advertised: May 27, 2004Services, Software and Hardware and
c.Respondents must specifically delineate all recommended solutions, and provide a separate price for each customization beyond the “plain vanilla” installation.
Respondents will propose a phased implementation that delivers full functionality for the Fall 2006 semester.
The college is aware of the complexity of this asking, as it is aware of the magnitude of the project requested and the associated financial commitments.
Consultant shall prepare an Operational Plan which does the following:
Respondents must respond to the RFP in the indexed order of the document, particularly to all “shall”, “must”, “will” and other such directive statements regarding the requirements of the college, as detailed in Section II and Section III, including Section III(9).
Consider the existing College systems, architecture, hardware, platforms, software, personnel and networks.
Evaluate the existing operational environment of the computer center and make recommendations to assure the environment is capable to support the long-term administrative needs of the college in an appropriate manner.
d. For its recommended approach, the Consultant will provide the following:
i. A comprehensive implementation plan, to include the following:
(a)Task level project plan;
(b)Cost estimates; and
(c)Projected staffing for the technology and functional departments required to support both the implementation solution and the maintenance of on-going business-as-usual activities in campus and college administrative offices, operational implications and a realistic timetable.
ii.An assessment of the strengths and weakness of its approach, from alternatives available;
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