The February 2015 Qualified Pool List for CS-316: As-Needed Community Benefits Professional Consulting Services and Support is attached and is also posted on our webpage: http://www.sfwater.org/bids/bidDetail.aspx?bidid=2904.
You can view the CS-316 As-Needed Community Benefits Professional Consulting Services and Support RFQ: Qualified Pool as of 2/27/2015, by clicking here.
The San Francisco Public Utilities Commission (SFPUC) is seeking Statements of Qualifications (SOQs) from qualified firms, consultants, and/or non-profit organizations to provide community benefits professional consulting services on an as-needed basis for the Community Benefits Division of the SFPUC External Affairs Bureau. Qualified organizations will be eligible to apply and compete for future contracts to assist the SFPUC in implementing its Community Benefits and Environmental Justice Policies across the agency, including implementation through the Sewer System Improvement Program (SSIP), a 20-year, multi-billion dollar citywide investment to upgrade the ageing sewer system.
Proposers with relevant experience, expertise, and qualifications in one or more of the task categories noted below are encouraged to submit SOQs for each relevant task category. This Request for Qualifications (RFQ) will create a pre-qualified list (“Pool”) of consultants, firms, and/or nonprofit organizations, from which the SFPUC may choose prospective contractors on an as-needed basis. Once pre-qualified and in the Pool, consultants will be eligible to apply and compete for future Request for Proposals (RFPs) that will be issued under the task categories defined in this RFQ. Up to a total of $8 million dollars is available over seven years for these as-needed community benefits professional consulting services.
- General Community Benefits Services
- Adult and Youth Workforce Development
- Arts and Culture
- Economic Development
- Environmental Justice
- Land Use and Neighborhood Revitalization
- Corporate Social Responsibility, In-Kind Contributions, and Volunteerism
- Diversity and Inclusion
- Stakeholder and Community Involvement
- Public Policy
More information regarding the Community Benefits program, the task categories, desired technical expertise areas, and minimum qualifications can be found in the RFQ and supporting documentation, available on the SFPUCs Contracts and Bids webpage: http://www.sfwater.org/bids/bidDetail.aspx?bidid=2904. SOQs will be accepted on a rolling basis until December 31, 2021.