You will have to submit for each one separately. Upon completion of the RFP every project code must be addressed. Each RFP is mutually exclusive. The thing to pay attention to is the solicitation number in the upper left-hand corner of Section A of the RFP.
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We would like to have that billing submitted by the 10th of the following month. We provide an electronic spreadsheet as well as training and support to complete the invoice process.
If there is no cost to you, then there should be no cost to us.
The report should be completed by anybody that could speak to the performance of your agency. Monitoring reports are nice because they rate the agency. If there are areas of deficiency, that doesn’t automatically eliminate your agency, but we need that information to follow up what those deficiencies are and whether they were addressed. The agency who completed these reports could also serve as a reference.
It could make you technically unacceptable.
In some areas of the country there are different districts within a state, such as the Southern District of Iowa or Northern District of Iowa. In the District of Nebraska, there is only one District and therefore the area will remain blank.
A vendor can team with another agency to fulfill the obligations outlined in the RFP. However, the teaming agency is subject to the same requirements as outlined in the RFP. (There is an explanation of this process on Page 1 of Section I (Section I.2)).
Those are the estimated monthly quantities which are shown for each RFP in Section B for that catchment area for that RFP.
Yes, we can. It does not mean that we will split the EMQs as much as that we will split the financial cost, so they are equitable for both vendors. An example would be one vendor charging $10 for a service while another charges $20 for the same service, and we contract with both in the same catchment area. We would send twice as many referrals to the $10 vendor so that every month the amount spent would be equal between the two vendors.
Yes All of the services listed in a specific catchment area must be provided by the vendor within the catchment area.