ID/IQ Electrical Engineering Consulting Services, FS-2019-07-DGF

Update: February 20, 2020
Notice of Intent to Award

Update: December 19, 2019
Answer to Questions

The Judicial Council of California, Facilities Services Office seeks to identify a number of qualified consultants to provide services for various projects to be initiated approximately in March 2020 for a three-year term, with a subsequent two-year extension. The Judicial Council anticipates Contracts will be issued to multiple Consultants under this RFP.

Further details regarding this solicitation and work requirements are set forth in the RFP and the related documents listed below. Please note the Schedule of Events on pg. 13-14 of the RFP. Questions regarding the RFP should be submitted in writing to the Judicial Council via Attachment J, submitted to by Close of Business, Wednesday, December 11th.

Proposals must be received by no later than 2:00 p.m. (Pacific Standard Time) on Tuesday, January 14th, 2020, delivered to:

Judicial Council of California
Attn: Ms. Sheryl Berry, RFP-FS-2019-07-DGF
455 Golden Gate Avenue, 6th Floor
San Francisco, CA 94102



Attachment A – Administrative Rules Governing Requests for Proposals

Attachment B – Hourly Rates Form

Attachment C – Qualifications Questionnaire

Attachment D – Payee Data Record Form

Attachment E – Acceptance of the Terms and Conditions

Attachment F – General Certifications Form

Attachment G – Darfur Contracting Act Certification

Attachment H – Unruh Civil Rights Act and California Fair Employment & Housing Act Certification

Attachment I – Iran Contracting Act Certification

Attachment J – Form for Submissions of Questions

Attachment K – Contract Sample

Attachment L – Disabled Veteran Business Enterprise (DVBE) Participation Goal

Reminder: With regard to the subject matter of this RFP, prospective Service Providers and their sub-consultants must not contact any Judicial Council personnel or any individuals in the California Courts during the RFP timeline. Violation of this restriction may disqualify a firm from consideration.