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Advance Notification of Potential Contracting Opportunity - On-Call Consultant Service for Public Private Partnership Projects

Proposals were due by 3/15/2020

ADVANCE NOTIFICATION OF POTENTIAL CONTRACTING OPPORTUNITY In June 2019, the SANDAG Board of Directors adopted Board Policy No. 040: Unsolicited Proposals and Partnership Requests, which provides a high-level policy framework to guide SANDAG responses to unsolicited proposals and partnership requests (unsolicited offers). SANDAG has received four unsolicited offers under the new policy, one of which has progressed through the comprehensive evaluation stage discussed in the policy. SANDAG anticipates it will receive four to five unsolicited proposals per year for which it will need consultant expertise to evaluate. Over a five-year period, this would result in approximately 20 opportunities for SANDAG to contract for consultant service support to evaluate unsolicited offers. In addition to unsolicited offer evaluations, staff believes public private partnership (PPP) proposals for projects on SANDAG’s horizon, such as airport connectivity, development of the Otay Mesa East Port of Entry, and technologies that are likely to be included in the Regional Plan, are likely to be submitted to SANDAG over the next five years. SANDAG will require on-hand expertise to evaluate the feasibility, impacts, costs and other factors that would be associated with these development projects. Staff anticipates consultant support in an amount of up to $70 million will be needed for these efforts over the next five years, and that this amount could be significantly surpassed depending upon the complexity and timing of the projects. The SANDAG Board of Directors will be asked to approve of staff issuing a Request for Proposals (RFP) for these anticipated needs at its meeting on February 14, 2020. Due to the level of effort SANDAG anticipates proposers will have to make to develop their teams and proposals, this advance notice is being issued. Potential proposers are strongly encouraged to review the attached list of service types and categories that are anticipated for inclusion in the RFP and talk to potential partnering firms over the next two weeks. Contingent upon Board of Director approval, the RFP will be issued in March 2020. If the RFP proceeds, a Disadvantage Business Enterprise (DBE) goal range will apply and SANDAG will likely hold a pre-proposal meeting to allow for networking among all firms that may partner on proposals, including DBE firms. PLEASE NOTE: SANDAG policy prohibits project managers from speaking to potential proposers about RFPs while they are under development. This policy is meant to ensure a level playing field for potential competitors. If you have questions regarding this potential procurement or have ideas you would like to share about how the solicitation should be crafted to provide the best results, please send all inquiries and comments to: Janet Yeh, Senior Contracts Officer, Janet.Yeh@sandag.org. Please download the Scope of Services (click DETAILS at the end of this paragraph) from the SANDAG website at sandag.org/contracts. or by contacting Janet Yeh, Senior Contracts Officer, at Janet.Yeh@sandag.org.

Delinquent FasTrak® Account and Toll Violation Debt Collection

Proposals were due by 2/4/2020

The San Diego Association of Governments (SANDAG) is seeking proposals from qualified firms with the expertise, experience, capacity, and resources to provide professional services for Delinquent FasTrak® Account and Toll Violation Debt Collection.

SANDAG INVITATION TO COMPETE - SR 125 Cabling SOL 563063

Proposals were due by 2/14/2020

SANDAG has received an offer for the project pursuant to SANDAG Board Policy No. 040. Board Policy No. 040 sets forth the process offerors are to follow when submitting an offer to SANDAG that does not arise from a previously advertised procurement. The unsolicited proposal (offer) is from a communications service provider and calls for the installation of fiber optic cabling in spare 1.25-inch ducts in an existing eight-cell duct bank alongside the SR 125 South Bay Expressway (SBX) toll road from Otay Mesa Road to near Mountain Miguel Road in Chula Vista, California. The offer provides for the installation of cabling for both public and private fiber optic communications use in two existing spare ducts (one for public and one for private use) and connections between the existing SR 125 duct bank and the private communications facilities in public surface streets near the toll road. SANDAG has determined competition may exist for this offer. This Invitation to Compete (ITC) is provided to the public to allow for other potential offerors to submit an abbreviated competing proposal within 30 days for consideration by SANDAG. Offerors who would like to compete for this project are required to submit an abbreviated competing proposal to SANDAG via email at Contracts and Procurement Division Attention: Unsolicited Offers SANDAG unsolicitedoffers@sandag.org. For more details please click on the full invitation to compete SOL563063.