Request for Proposals/ Qualifications/ Bids

The following is a list of open Request for Proposals (RFP), Request for Qualification (RFQ), and Bids.

Open- Request for Proposal 1

Title

Request for Proposal (RFP) to Provide Information Technology Support Services

Issue Date

October 4, 2018

Deadline

5:30 pm on November 1, 2018

RFP Document

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RFP Description
The City of Riverbank, California, is soliciting proposals from qualified professional vendors for Information Technology support services. The qualified vendor will maintain and improve information technology (IT) effectiveness, enhance its quality of services, minimize down time and support costs, ensure security of data, and maximize return on investment in IT. The City does not have a professional IT staff. The vendor will work in conjunction with City of Riverbank Administrative Analyst II, as the main point of contact for the general city infrastructure, equipment, security, monitoring and employee needs and all related equipment, backup and other needed IT requirements.


Questions

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In order for all potential vendors to be treated equally, all questions raised regarding the RFP process and the responses made by the City of Riverbank are posted here. 



Open Request for Proposals 2

Title

Request for Proposal (RFP) for City-wide Space Use & Needs Assessment

Issue Date

October 4, 2018

Deadline

3:00 pm on November 5, 2018

RFP Document

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RFP Description The City of Riverbank is inviting architectural and design firms to submit proposals for a City-wide
Space Use Assessment, focused on City-owned buildings. This Space Use Assessment will
provide the following: (1) Comprehensive review of the current uses of city facilities (excluding the
Historical Museum, Wastewater Treatment Plant, pool facilities, Scouts Hall, and Teen Center), the
advantages and disadvantages of each site, and a determination of the cost of operating each
building, (2) Recommendations to determine the best use of the facilities to provide for efficient
and effective staffing and operations, and (3) Analyze the operations of these facilities over the
next 20-30 years to understand the space required to conduct the same operations but at a
potentially larger scale and with greater efficiency.

Questions