County RFP RFQ IFB – Opportunities


Public Works

Lederer 2014

RFP/RFQ/IFB – Opportunities

Thank you for your interest in doing business with Napa County. Below is a list of the County’s current competitive purchasing opportunities. This list can be sorted by Title, Department or Due Date by clicking on the appropriate header. For more information regarding a specific opportunity, please use the contact e-mail link or phone number associated with each opportunity.

Competitive purchasing opportunities that have been awarded

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Contractor prequalification package for construction projects over $1 million

TitleDepartmentDue Date
IFB: Contractor Prequalification for Napa County South Campus Improvements Project, PW 15-200
Napa County has determined that all Prime Contractors and subcontractors must be prequalified prior to submitting a bid on the Napa County South Campus Improvement Project. The engineer's estimate for the project is $11,400,000. No bid will be accepted from a Contractor that has failed to comply with the requirements. Contractors shall possess a Class B license to bid as the Prime Contractor on the Project. The last day for questions is 11/24/14. Prequalification packets are due 12/5/14 by 5 pm.
Public Works
Zandra Massari
(707) 253-4352
RFP: Napa County Fee Study Consultant RFP
Napa County is accepting proposals from qualified consultants to perform a study of user fees charged for services including development applications, permits and other activities deemed necessary.
Public Works
Molly Rattigan
707 253-4112
IFB: RFI: Electronic Patient Care Reporting (ePCR) systems
The Napa County Health and Human Services Agency on behalf of the Emergency Medical Services’ Providers of Napa County desires to solicit information on Electronic Patient Care Reporting (ePCR) systems. We request information in accordance with the questions contained herein. This Request for Information (RFI) seeks information related to vendor capabilities to provide an electronic patient care reporting (ePCR) system for use in Napa County and perhaps surrounding areas. The system would serve both as a patient care reporting system for EMS providers within the county, and as a means of tracking patients from EMS system entry through ED transport and secondary transfer. Thus, both ePCR and patient tracking functionality are considered in this RFI. The system should assist emergency managers with real-time awareness of patient locations within the EMS system. The ePCR system would also provide a mechanism allowing hospital clinical staff to add or associate patient outcome information with the PCR for system quality improvement.
Health and Human Service Agency
Lisa Fletcher
(707) 253-4199