|Tribal Housing Facilitator
|Post Requested by
|The Columbia River Inter-Tribal Fish Commission
|Type of Posting
|Invitation to bid
|Sara Pennington, Purchasing Agent
|Original Solicitation Link
|Estimated Contract Value
|02/19/2017 / 5pm (PT)
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|Subcontractor / Supplier Goals
|Services / Supplies Needed
|January 30, 2017
To Whom It May Concern:
The Columbia River Inter-Tribal Fish Commission (CRITFC) invites you to submit a quotation to address tribal needs in the creation and operation of an inter-tribal housing authority for the Columbia River. Our organization is seeking a qualified firm or individual(s) who can effectively provide professional services to the CRITFC in the form of facilitation and drafting services to support the creation of an inter-tribal housing authority.
CRITFC is a subdivision of the tribal governments of the Warm Springs, Yakama, Umatilla, and Nez Perce tribes. Headquartered in Portland, Oregon, CRITFC has been active in managing fisheries and putting fish back in the rivers since its creation in 1977. For more information on our organization, please visit our website at www.critfc.org
Although the listed requirements and details are subject to change or modification, please match them as closely as possible with your quotation. All final specifications shall be negotiated and finalized by contract.
We anticipate that the provider whose proposal is the best solution for our project will be selected by February 28, 2017. We will notify all responders to this RFQ, regardless of whether they are unsuccessful, disqualified or rejected. Each responding firm and/or individual will bear all expenses associated with preparing and providing their response to this RFQ.
We thank you for your time, effort, and interest in meeting our professional services needs.
In response to resolutions from the four CRITFC member tribes to study tribal housing and infrastructure needs along the Columbia River, the US Army Corps of Engineers conducted a fact finding review in 2013 of unresolved housing claims related to construction of Bonneville and The Dalles dams. This project collected and reviewed applicable federal statutes, reports, and design documents along with Indian Claims Commission records and records provided by tribal governments. It also reviewed administrative and physical considerations that affect tribal housing development, identified potential solutions to provide on-river housing, and resulted in a final report for consideration by the Corps
• Prepare an Indian Housing Plan specific to the Columbia River replacement housing and draft the elements of an intertribal housing authority to be presented to tribal councils;
• Seek tribal resolutions to approve the formation of an intertribal housing authority; and
• Identify governmental and private resources to support the establishment and operation of an inter-tribal housing authority for the Columbia River.
VI. Evaluation and Selection Criteria
CRITFC reserves the right to reject any or all bids or withdraw this RFQ at any time. CRITFC may seek clarification of the submission at any time, and responses must be timely to maintain consideration.
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