Questions and Answers to Project Documents — Business Opportunities
PROJECT:  Professional Airport Consulting Services On-Call
NUMBER:  201738814-00

Current as of:  2/24/2018
 
Question Number  1:   In common with similar professional consultancy contracts, are the City and Denver Airport willing to provide a limit of liability to the team selected to provide consultancy services?
    Answer:   Specific contract terms may be negotiated with the successful proposer.
Question Number  2:   Will DEN please confirm that only electronic copies of the proposal  documents are needed to be delivered in accordance with the instructions specified on page 4? One electronic copy (on (3) three flash drives) of the proposal which shall be prepared in accordance with the Instructions to Proposers attached hereto. Proposals must be addressed and forwarded to the following location: April Hannon, Business Management Services (Procurement), Administration Office Building (AOB), Room 8810, Denver International Airport, 8500 Pena Boulevard, Denver, Colorado  80249-6340. Other correspondence regarding this RFP shall also be sent to this address.
    Answer:   Yes, the mandatory electronic copies of the proposal documents are needed to be delivered in accordance with the instructions specified on page 4. However, on page 12-13 Section D. PROPRIETARY OR CONFIDENTIAL INFORMATION, No. 3 is requesting proposers to provide a flash drive with a redacted copy of the entire Request for Proposal. In Section 3a. Failure to provide a flash drive with a redacted copy may result in disclosure of an un-redacted copy.
Question Number  3:   Attachment 1 – Section 1-6; page 10-11 of the RFP instructs proposers to “please provide resumes after Section 4 Personnel” however the instructions on page 11 of the RFP document have Personnel listed as the 5th element. Can DEN please specify if proposers should respond to all questions in the order outlined in the table on page 10 or should proposers follow the outline specified in the narrative provided on pages 10-11?
    Answer:   Proposers should respond to all questions in the order outlined in the table on page 10, Section C. Proposal Narrative Contents, as the cover page does not count towards the 42-page count and will not be evaluated.
Question Number  4:   Attachment 4; page 39 - May bidders propose changes to the sample agreement as provided in Attachment 4 of the RFP document?
    Answer:   Yes
Question Number  5:   Attachment 5; Exhibit A, page 40 - The RFP scope of work identifies 9 areas of expertise that may be periodically required by the airport for consulting services; can DEN please clarify if proposers are required to respond to all 9 areas of expertise specified in the scope of work or may prospers choose to respond to select areas of expertise in which they would like to be considered?
    Answer:   The nine named areas of potential scope is only an illustrative example of the potential scope. Expertise in a majority of the nine areas are preferred.