Request for Proposal (RFP)

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Note: When available, solicitations are shown in this area of the page.

Description of RFP Process

A Request for Proposal (RFP) is an invitation for vendors, through a competitive bidding process, to submit a proposal on a specifically requested product or service.

The submittal of an RFP typically involves the following:

  • Corporate Information including proof of licensure in the Territory
  • Technical capability
  • Description of services or goods to be provided
  • Estimated completion time
  • Price quotation

The bidders return a proposal by a set date and time determined by the Authority and is included in the advertisement for the proposal. Late proposals may not be considered. The proposals are used to evaluate the responsiveness of a supplier or vendor. An Evaluation Committee is named to open the received bid packages in the presence of a representative of the Procurement and Property Division. In some instances, selected bidders may be asked to make a presentation to the Evaluation Committee.

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