Request for Proposal: SP-11-63-042711-1
Henry County Board of Commissioners is requesting proposals from firms with the experience, capabilities and qualified available staff to provide services for the design, construction and installation of a new 9-1-1 Digital Voice Recording System (DVRS) for the Henry County E911 operation. The Contractor shall provide all materials and services necessary in the performance of this RFP.
Proposals will be received by Henry County Board of Commissioners, Purchasing Department, 140 Henry Parkway, Room 209, McDonough, Georgia 30253 until 3:00PM local time on May 11, 2011. Proposals may be submitted by mail, common carrier, or delivered in person. Electronic (fax or e-mail) proposals are not acceptable. All proposals must be received by the Purchasing Department prior to the date and time specified. Late proposals will not be considered nor returned. Proposals will be formally accepted and acknowledged at the County Administration Building by staff personnel.
A pre-proposal meeting will be held on Wednesday March 30, 2011 at 10:00 AM in the Henry County Emergency Operations Center, 100 Henry Parkway, McDonough, Georgia. This meeting is not mandatory; however, attendance is strongly recommended as failure to attend will not relieve the vendor of fulfilling all requirements and/or obligations of the bid/proposal. Also, individual meetings with County staff regarding the bid/proposal may not be available.
The Proposal documents are available for review at the Henry County Board of Commissioners, Purchasing Department, 140 Henry Parkway, McDonough, Georgia; phone 770-288-6027, fax 770-288-6047. The Proposal documents are available for inspection and download here:
Proposals may not be withdrawn for sixty (60) days after the time and date set for closing, except as allowed by OCGA. Henry County BOC reserves the right to reject any or all proposals, and parts thereof, and to waive any technicality, informality. or irregularity in the proposals received, and to disregard all non-conforming or conditional proposals or counter-proposals. The County further reserves the right, in its sole discretion, to award the proposal to the most responsible Proposer whose offer best responds in quality, fitness and capacity to the requirements of the proposed Work or usage and therefore is in the best interest of Henry County, Georgia.