Support for On-Line Document Assembly Program, RFP-CFCC-2024-28-SB

Update: April 12, 2024
Questions and Answers

 


RFP#:        CFCC-2024-28-SB
RFP Title:    Support for On-Line Document Assembly Program

 

Judicial Council of California (“Judicial Council”).  The Judicial Council of California, chaired by the Chief Justice of California, is the chief policy-making body of the California judicial system. The California Constitution directs the council to improve the administration of justice by surveying judicial business, recommending improvements to the courts, and making recommendations annually to the Governor and the Legislature.  The council also adopts rules for court administration, practice, and procedure, and performs other functions prescribed by law.  The Judicial Council also comprises the staff agency for the council that assists both the council and its chair in performing their duties.

This Request for Proposals (“RFP”) is the means for prospective proposers to submit their qualifications and request selection as the Contractor for the On-Line Document Assembly Program.

Questions regarding this RFP must be directed to solicitations@jud.ca.gov and must be received no later than 1:00 p.m. Pacific Time, April 10, 2024

Proposals must be received no later than 1:00 p.m. Pacific Time, April 19, 2024.

Further details regarding the solicitation are set forth in RFP Number: CFCC-2024-28-SB and related documents are provided below.

Request for Proposal

Attachment 1  Administrative Rules Governing RFPs (IT Goods and Services)
Attachment 2  Judicial Council Standard Terms and Conditions
Attachment 3  Proposers Acceptance of Terms and Conditions
Attachment 4 General Certifications Form
Attachment 5  Small Business Declaration form
Attachment 6  Non-Disclosure Agreement
Attachment 7  Iran Contracting Act Certification
Attachment 8  UNRUH and FEHA Certification Form
Attachment 9  DARFUR Contracting Act Certification
Attachment 10. DVBE Certification
Attachment 11 Bidder Declaration


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.