Friday, 2 August 2013

Website Design: Request for Proposal

Reagan-Udall Foundation for the FDA website Design: Request for Proposal – Issued July 26, 2013


Submissions that do not include each of the five requirements listed below will not be considered.
1. A brief summary of how you would work to make the OMOP website similar to the RUF website. Including an overview of your design and development process
2. A proposed timeline
3. Your proposed team and qualifications
4. An outline of pricing and total cost of this project
5. Reference information and a description of your work completed for at least 3 clients including their active websites

Selection criteria will include, but not be limited to the following:

  1. Quality of portfolio of projects
  2. References from previous clients
  3. Timing
  4. Cost
To be responsive to this RFP, supply your information as requested by August 12, 2013 before 5:00 pm EDT as a Microsoft Word document. The recipient email address is: Nicole Spear, RUF Administrative Associate, Please provide the name of a Contact Person, telephone number, email, and complete address with your submission. Respondents will receive an email confirmation acknowledging receipt of their response, and may receive follow-up questions regarding submissions.

If a vendor has any questions about the contents of this RFP, or about any matters relating to it, the question must be directed via email to Nicole Spear, RUF Administrative Associate, All questions and answers will be emailed to all respondents on August 2, 2013.

This Request for Proposals is not an offer to purchase. The RFP is solely a request for expressions of interest and statements of qualifications. The RUF assumes no financial responsibility for the cost of preparation of proposals by respondents nor does it make any commitment to enter into a contract for service based on responses to this RFP. Materials submitted in response to this competitive procurement shall become the property of RUF and will not be returned. RUF reserves the right to reject any and all proposal(s) for any reason. Once site has been completed and accepted, by RUF, the website design and all of it content, software and architecture becomes property of RUF.


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