New York County District Attorney’s Office
10/03/14 3:00 PM
Employment opportunity for a New York individual with experience in telecommunications is open for bidding. The Agency is seeking an appropriately qualified telecommunications consultant to provide resources and expertise to the office. Candidates will be evaluated on: 1) demonstrated quantity and quality of successful relevant experience, 2) demonstrated level of organizational capability and 3) quality of proposed approach.
The consultant will provide:
a) Resources and expertise to analyze the current telecommunication infrastructure
b) Create a budget, provide project scheduling
c) Assist DANY staff during upgrade of (AD 120 – voicemail, AIMWORX – call accounting systems and OPENWORX – operator systems
d) Assist with bid writing to provision telecommunication service to three new satellite locations in Manhattan
e) Assist DANY staff with implementation of telecommunication services to each satellite location
The Agency's goal is to begin this assignment immediately. The New York County District Attorney’s Office plans to relocate staff in the final quarter of this year. The selected Consultant must provide the appropriate resource to allow the Office to meet this important deadline.
Although discussions may be conducted with proposers submitting acceptable proposals, the Agency reserves the right to award contracts on the basis of initial proposals received, without discussions. Therefore, the proposer’s initial bid should contain his/her best price terms.
GrantWatch ID#: 147536
It is anticipated that the term of the contract awarded from this RFP will be for one year. The contract may include one additional one year option to renew.
Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.
Lisa Tellason, Contracts Administrator
New York County District Attorney's Office
One Hogan Place, Room 760
New York, NY 10013
Telephone: (212) 335-9823
Fax: (212) 335-9877
New York County, New York
USA: New York
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