Bid: Disaster Debris Recovery Services
1. The Proposal – Proposals must be submitted in the format outlined in this RFP and should be a complete response to this RFP. This proposal format is mandatory. This proposal should be submitted in a sealed envelope that shows the name and address of the person or persons submitting the proposal.
The proposal should be signed by an officer authorized to make a binding commitment for the company making the proposal. All cost and price information submitted by the Proposer will remain irrevocable for a period of 120 days from the date of submittal.
2. Changes to the Proposal – Changes to the proposal may be made at any time prior to the opening of the proposals, however, all changes must be submitted in writing in an envelope marked “Modification to Proposal.” The proposal and modifications will be opened at the same time and the proposal changed accordingly.
3. Proposal Reservations – To the extent allowed by the applicable state and federal laws, Grady County, (hereafter, “Grady County”) reserves the right to reject any proposal that is nonconforming, nonresponsive, unbalanced or conditional. A proposal may be considered nonconforming if it shows serious omissions, alterations in form, additions not called for, conditions or unauthorized alterations or irregularities of any kind.
Grady County also reserves the right to reject any proposal if Grady County believes the Proposer is unqualified or of doubtful financial ability. The proposal may also be rejected if the Proposer fails to meet any other pertinent standard or criteria established by Grady County.
4. ACCEPTANCE OF PROPOSALS – Grady County intends to award a contract to the Contractor submitting the proposal that best satisfies the needs of Grady County. All proposals received by the closing deadline will be carefully evaluated for conformance with the requirements of this RFP. Selection of a firm will be based upon both technical factors and price. County reserves the right to conduct negotiations with responsible Proposers. This does not commit Grady County to award a contract. Grady County may award a contract solely on the basis of the proposal submitted without any negotiations.\
Contents of the proposal may become contractual obligations if a contract ensues. Failure of the Proposer to honor these obligations may result in cancellation of the award.