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Summit County’s current All Hazard Mitigation Plan was approved by FEMA in 2015 and will expire on March 8, 2020. The expected timeline for revision includes a final draft submitted to FEMA by February 1, 2020.
A. Date and time of serviceService will be performed on an ongoing daily basis beginning immediately upon execution of a signed contract. Service will be performed on a regular daily schedule (Monday through Friday) to be agreed upon prior to contract. Potential schedule should be included in contractor's written proposal. A final draft for submission to DHSEM is desired by February 1, 2020.
B. Indemnification and InsuranceContractor shall indemnify and hold harmless the County from and against all claims, damages, losses, and expenses arising out of or resulting from acts or omissions of the Contractor, Contractor’s sub-contractors or otherwise arising out of the performance of services by Contractor. No later than seven (7) days following the execution of an Independent Contractor Agreement between the County and Contractor, the Contractor shall provide the County with certificates of insurance evidencing the types and amounts of insurance specified below:Standard Workers’ Compensation as required by law in the State of Colorado; and Comprehensive General Liability Insurance for operations and contractual liability adequate to cover the liability assumed hereunder with limits of not less than $400,000 on account of any one person and $1.2 Million for each occurrence of property damage and personal injury; and Automobile Liability insurance in those instances where Contractor uses an automobile, regardless of ownership, for the performance of the Services. Contractor shall carry insurance, written on the comprehensive automobile form insuring all owned and non-owned automobiles with limits of not less than $400,000 (bodily injury per person), $400,000 (each accident) and $400,000 (property damage).Insurance coverage shall not be reduced below the limits described above or cancelled without the County’s written approval of such reduction or cancellation. Certificates of such insurance, of agents and subcontractors, shall be provided to the County upon request. With regard to all insurance, such insurance shall: Be primary insurance to the full limits of liability herein before stated and, should County have other valid insurance, County insurance shall be excess insurance only; and Not cancelled without thirty (30) days prior written notice to the County.
C. RegistrationContractor must be registered and in good standing on the Federal System for Award Management (https://sam.gov).
B. Issuing OfficerThis request for proposing is issued by the Summit County Office of Emergency Management. For questions, please contact Brian Bovaird, Director of Emergency Management, at email@example.com.
C. PurposeThis RFP provides prospective contractors with sufficient information to prepare and submit proposals for consideration by the County. To be considered responsive, each proposal must provide for completion of the tasks outlined in the RFP.
D. ScopeThis RFP contains the instructions governing the proposals to be submitted and the materials to be included therein. These are mandatory requirements that must be met to be eligible for consideration.
E. Inquiries and QuestionsProspective applicants are welcome to make inquiries and ask questions concerning the RFP to obtain clarification of the any requirements or schedule a site visit to the properties. Direct all inquiries to:
Brian Bovaird, DirectorSummit County Office of Emergency Managementbrian.firstname.lastname@example.org