Email Marketing Tool Software Solution, CFCC-22-124RB

Update: November 10, 2022
Answers to Questions

The Judicial Council of California (“Judicial Council”), chaired by the Chief Justice of California, is the chief policy making agency of the California judicial system. The Center for Families, Children, and the Courts (CFCC) is an office within the Judicial Council’s Operations & Programs Division. The CFCC is dedicated to improving the quality of justice and services to meet the diverse needs of children, youth, and families. The CFCC and other Judicial Council offices require a single three-year subscription (with two-year option to renew) for an email marketing software solution that can design and share custom email communications to various email contact groups. The single subscription for CFCC will need to support up to ten account user groups. See RFP, Exhibit 1 for software requirements. All software functions, features, reports, etc. will be accessed via the Internet.


The Judicial Council intends to award one proposal, for an initial three-year subscription. If the Judicial Council elects to extend the term by two years, it will be based on an additional two-year subscription. The Judicial Council reserves the right to make only one award, or to reject any or all proposals submitted in response to this RFP.

Questions regarding this RFP should be directed to solicitations@jud.ca.gov and must be received no later than November 9, 2022. Proposals must be delivered via electronic mail to the same solicitations’ mailbox no later than December 5, 2022.

Further details regarding the solicitation are set forth in the RFP and related documents are provided below.

Request for Proposal
Attachment-1-Administrative-Rules
Attachment-2-Standard-Agreement
Attachment-3-Acceptance-TCs
Attachment-4-General-Certs
Attachment-5-Small-Biz
Attachment-6-Form 204
Attachment-7-Darfur
Attachment-8-Bidder Declaration
Attachment-9-DVBE Declaration
Exhibit-1-Requirements
Exhibit-2-Response-Template
Exhibit-3-Pricing-Sheet


NOTE: The Judicial Council, as a public entity, prohibits direct contact with any Council personnel during the solicitation process in order to maintain fairness and equality to all proposers. Proposers are specifically directed NOT to contact any judicial branch entity personnel or consultants for meetings, conferences, or discussions that are related to the solicitation at any time between release of the solicitation and any award and execution of a contract. Unauthorized contact with any judicial branch entity personnel or consultants may be cause for rejection of the Proposer’s proposal.