The Seeker is looking for a General Contractor who shall be responsible for the architectural and engineering designing, permitting, deconstruction, remediation, and construction of a 100 person office facility. The existing facility will be retrofitted to be a Sensitive Compartmented Information Facility (SCIF) and meet ICD 705.
More details will be provided in the details of the Challenge.
This is an electronic Request-for-Partners (eRFP) Challenge; the Solver will only need to submit a written proposal to be evaluated by the Seeker with a goal of establishing a collaborative partnership.
The Seeker is looking to build a 100 person basic office SCIF facility in Northern Texas before the end of 2019. This will involve an existing building that will need to be retrofitted to meet ICD 705. Your proposal should be written to convince the Seeker that you have the skills and abilities to accomplish the task such that they will wish to establish a partnership with you to further discuss and contract the work.
This is an electronic Request-for-Partners (eRFP) Challenge. The Solver will write a preliminary proposal/resume (about 3–5 pages including contact information) to be evaluated by the Seeker with a goal of establishing a collaborative partnership. Upon completion of the evaluation, the Seeker may contact selected Solvers directly to work out terms for a collaboration contract. The monetary value of the contract will vary depending on the amount of work to be delivered and the time frame agreed upon. The time frame is expected to be over 1-2 years potentially.
(NOTE: proposals from Solvers/Teams/Companies who have the ability to work directly as the collaboration partner (Contractor) will be considered and they must have/establish capabilities and facilities to do work in Northern Texas.
What is an eRFP Challenge?
eRFPs allow Seekers to submit Requests for Proposals for a partner or supplier to provide materials or expertise to help solve a business challenge to the InnoCentive Solver community. This global community includes organizations and individuals, such as contract research organizations, scientists, university researchers, and technology companies.
After a Solver submits an eRFP response, the Seeker evaluates the responses to determine which Solver(s) to contact for further business discussions. With eRFPs, the Solver must not provide any confidential information in the eRFP response. If your eRFP response is selected, you negotiate the terms of the contract (including scope of work, tasks and duration) directly with the Seeker.
This Challenge type does not require Intellectual Property (IP) transfer. However, sometimes Challenges of this type do request that certain IP arrangements be made should a partnership be formed.