Request For Quotation

RFQ PS20190564 - CONSULTING SERVICES FOR MOVING TOWARDS ZERO HACKATHON

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Questions & Answers

June 21, 2019

CONTACT

All queries related to this RFQ should be submitted in writing to the attention of:

Donna Lee, Buyer

Email: donna.lee@vancouver.ca

PHONE NUMBER

604.871.6054

FAX NUMBER

604.873.7057

ENQUIRIES

purchasing@vancouver.ca

[Please specify bid number, bid title and purchasing agent's name when sending email.]

Questions will be accepted, and answers posted, ONLY IF they are submitted in writing five working days prior to the bid closing date

CLOSING DATE & TIME

3:00:00 pm (Local Vancouver Time), Tuesday, June 25, 2019

“Vancouver Time” will be conclusively deemed to be time in the City of Vancouver, as indicated in the electronic timestamp the Quotation receives upon delivery to the email address specified herein, which is in turn synchronized to Network Time Protocol (NTP) provided by the National Research Council of Canada adjusted to local Pacific Time Zone.

CLOSING LOCATION

Quotations should be submitted by email prior to the Closing Time in accordance with the following:

Subject of the file to be: PS# - Title – Vendor name.

Document format for submissions:
-PDF format – 1 combined PDF file.
-Excel format pricing table.

Zip the files to reduce file size if needed.

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Submitting the files via Drop box, FTP, or any other method, is not acceptable.

Quotations received after the closing time may be returned unopened.

Fax quotations will not be accepted.

Please visit our Bidding Procedures page for additional information.

General Description of Requirement

The City of Vancouver (the “City”) is seeking quotations to determine if it enter into one or more contracts in respect of consulting services for moving towards zero hackathon.

In 2017, City Council approved the “Congestion Management Strategy” to build on the Transportation 2040 plan to enhance mobility in the City through the improvement of travel monitoring, road safety, smart and efficient transportation system, coordination of street use, and prioritizing the movement of people and goods. The Congestion Management Strategy recognizes that emerging technologies in software and data collection will play a vital role in the success of the Congestion Management Strategy, and of the resilience and reliability of the City’s Transportation Network. City of Vancouver is planning to hold a 2.5 day long congestion management themed hackathon scheduled from November 1 to 3, 2019 for approximately 100-150 participants.

The goal of the event is to bring together diverse groups of talented residents to work on new and innovative ideas for solving specific congestion related challenges. It will be a venue to exchange ideas, showcase data visualization tools, develop apps, and create maps or other digital solutions that can help City of Vancouver make informed decisions regarding our transportation present and future.

The event builds on past transportation safety themed hackathons previously hosted by the City of Vancouver, City of Toronto, and City of Calgary.

Vendors should carefully review Appendix 1 – Requirements for a detailed description of the City’s requirements.

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Description

PS20190564PDF 305 KB

 

Pricing Table39 KB

 

Quotation form317 KB

CONSULTING SERVICES FOR MOVING TOWARDS ZERO HACKATHON

 

Pricing Table

 

Quotation form

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Amendment

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Addendum

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Questions and Answers

Q&A No. 1 PDF 87 KB

Q&A No. 2 PDF 25 KB

 

ISSUED JUNE 13, 2019

ISSUED JUNE 21, 2019

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