SC Law No. 04-CC-ConsultRFPRequest for Proposals for Consultant
Advertised: May 27, 2004Services, Software and Hardware and
a.Transmittal Letter on Consultant Letterhead
This letter must be signed by a corporate officer or authorized agent of the company.
b.Consultant Profile: Response to Questions set forth in Section II
This section is used to evaluate the respondent’s general qualifications. Respondents must follow the format set forth in Section II, entitled “Consultant Profile.”
c.Consultant’s Proposed Services: Responses to items set forth in Section III
This section is to used evaluate the respondent’s substantive proposal. Respondents must use the format set forth in Section III, entitled “Technical Proposal Requirements.”
d.Consultant’s Cost Proposal: Responses to items set forth in Section IV
This section is used to evaluate respondents proposed fees and charges. Respondents must use the format set forth in section IV, entitled “Cost Proposal.”
The Cost Proposal must be submitted in the same package as other required items, but it must be in a separate sealed envelope labeled “Cost Proposal.”
e.List (if applicable) of Subcontractors
Respondents must identify all subcontractors they plan to use and describe what those subcontractors will do in their proposals. Failure to provide this information may result in the proposer’s disqualification.
f.Requested Changes to Model Agreement
Respondents must identify any and all items not set forth in the Model Agreement (Section V) which they want to negotiate as part of the final contract.
g.County Disclosure SCEX Form 22
Respondents must provide three originals copies of form SCEX Form 22, signed by a corporate officer or an authorized agent of the company.
h.County Bid Certification Form SCPD-7
Respondents must provide one original copy of SCPD-7, signed by a corporate officer of the company.
i.Living Wage Forms
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