Professional services being solicited include architectural, engineering, medical, accounting, auditing, legal, real estate, and consulting work.
Methods of solicitation include:
- Requests for Proposals (RFP)
- Requests for Qualifications (RFQ)
- Requests for Information (RFI)
- Solicitations of Interest (SOI)
Solicitations are posted with current contract opportunities. View current contract opportunities.
There is no vendor application or registration process required.
Professional services vendors are responsible for reviewing the complete RFP, RFQ, RFI or SOI package to determine the requirements for submitting a response and the requirements of the services being requested. Any changes to solicitations will be issued in an addendum with the solicitation. Responses to solicitations must be submitted as instructed in the solicitation document.
Responses will be evaluated as described in the solicitation document. Results of the solicitations are nonpublic information until a contract, if any, has been executed.
Professional services vendors can introduce their business to individual county departments related to the services they provide.
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Prequalification consulting services program
As of January 1, 2015, prequalified consulting firms that fall within specific professional disciplines can be solicited for public works projects.
Public works includes five divisions:
- Planning, policy and land management
- Transportation (roads and bridges)
- Community works
- Environment and energy
- Facility services
Learn more about the consulting services program.