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Proposals must be received on or before the date and time shown on the RFP. Vendors mailing their proposals must allow sufficient delivery time to ensure receipt of their proposals in the Summit County 911 Center on or before the time and date specified. The proposal package must be delivered or mailed to:
SUMMIT COUNTY 911 CENTER,
0227 County Shops Road, CR 1003
P.O. BOX 4188
FRISCO, CO 80443
One (1) hardcopy proposal clearly marked “ORIGINAL”, along with a USB drive, CD, or DVD containing complete electronic copies of the proposal shall be submitted in a sealed envelope(s) or container(s) with the name of the vendor’s company clearly shown on the top left-hand corner of each envelope. The pricing section (Section 13 of the proposal) shall be delivered in a separate sealed envelope, clearly marked “RFP NO.: SC911-1, P25 Radio System Upgrade – Pricing Section” in the proposal delivery package. No references to pricing or costs shall be made in any other section of the proposal.
The following information must be clearly shown on the bottom left hand corner of each envelope:
“RFP NO.: SC911-1, P25 RADIO SYSTEM UPGRADE
FOR SUMMIT COUNTY 911 CENTER”
Note: Proposals submitted by facsimile machine will not be accepted. Proposals should consist of several pages of required documentation. The Director opens the proposals at the specified time, tabulates their completeness and distributes them to members of the Evaluation Committee. Due to time schedules that have been preset with the committee members, original proposal packages must be delivered or mailed to be received as described above.