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DISASTER AND/OR STORM RECOVERY MONITORING

Bid Information


Bid Alert No: 00000515727

Bid Title: DISASTER AND/OR STORM RECOVERY MONITORING

Agency Bid No. Title: 2016 DSRM

Received Date: 03/17/2016

Close Date: 04/11/2016

Purchase Type: 1 year term

Delivery Point:

Delivery Date: Not Stated

Special Notices: Questions Due By 04/06/2016 02:00 PM

Specifications

Specifications include, but are not limited to: Purpose: The County of Victoria is soliciting sealed proposals to provide Disaster and/or Storm Recovery Monitoring services during a declared emergency activation. It is the objective of this process to select a provider prior to the actual event(s) to include Hurricane damages, tornado damages, ice storm damages, and other severe weather disasters.3.2 Scope of Services: The County of Victoria requires disaster management, recovery, and consulting services to support the oversight and management of debris recovery contractors. Other services may include, but are not limited to, facilitating communication with FEMA, the State of Texas and other State and/or Federal agencies.3.3 Disaster Debris Monitoring Services: The selected firm will be expected to provide disaster debris monitoring services to include debris generated from the public rights-of- way, drainage areas/canals, waterways, and other public, eligible, or designated areas. Specific services may include:1.Coordinating daily briefings, work progress, staffing, and other key items with the County.2.Selection and permitting of TDSRS (Temporary Debris Staging and Reduction Sites) locations and any other permitting/regulatory issues as necessary.3.Scheduling work for all team members and contractors on a daily basis.4.Hiring, scheduling, and managing field staff.5.Monitoring recovery contractor operations and making/implementing recommendations to improve efficiency and speed up recovery work.6.Assisting the County with responding to public concerns and comments.7.Certifying contractor vehicles for debris removal using methodology and documentation practices appropriate for contract monitoring.8.Entering load tickets into a database application.9.Digitization of source documentation (such as load tickets).10.Developing daily operational reports to keep the County informed of work progress.11.Development of maps, GIS applications, etc. as necessary.12. Comprehensive review, reconciliation, and validation of debris removal contractor(s) invoices prior to submission to the County for processing.13. Completing project worksheets and other pertinent report preparation required for reimbursement by FEMA and any other applicable agency for disaster recovery efforts by County staff and designated debris removal contractors.14.Assessment of disaster related damages and reconstruction services.15.Creating a final report, appeal preparations and assistance related reporting.16. Cost recovery of eligible funds currently not obligated or potentially de-obligated by appropriate funding agencies. Separate pricing structures for this service may be included in the Consultants proposal.

Product Codes: 99060, 99030

Agency Information


Issuing Agency: County of Victoria

State: Texas

Agency Type: State and Local

Contact: Richard McBrayer 115 North Bridge, Victoria, Texas, 77901

Phone: 361-580-5770

Email: rmcbrayer@victoriatxoem.org

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