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Land Use Activity Monitoring

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Bid Information


Bid Alert No: 00002390069

Bid Title: Land Use Activity Monitoring

Agency Bid No. Title: 0000017832

Received Date: 10/30/2020

Close Date: 11/16/2020

Purchase Type: Term:

Delivery Point: Not Stated, California

Delivery Date: Not Stated

Special Notices: Questions Due By 11/04/2020, Bidder Preregistration

Specifications

Specifications include, but are not limited to: 1.1. Task 1: Monitoring Activation for DTSC Sites Utilizing DTSCs EnviroStor database, the Contractor shall assemble site-specific information necessary for the Contractor to monitor DTSC sites and the activities and events in the area. There are approximately 460 sites being monitored. The capabilities and activities shall include the following: a. For each site, the monitoring service shall assemble site-specific information obtained from EnviroStor, a DTSC database available to the public at: http://www.envirostor.dtsc.ca.gov/public/This will include but is not limited to the following: i. Site location (specified in text and graphic form); ii. Site boundaries (specified in text and graphic form);iii. Contaminants present at the site (from EnviroStor); iv. Contaminated media (soil, surface water, groundwater, etc.); v. Vertical and lateral extent of contamination; vi. Specific ICs or limitations vii. Type of remediation (if any) ongoing at a site;viii. General location of remedial facilities (depth, location on site, etc.); and ix. List of contact names with phone numbers for each site. At a minimum this will include the DTSC Project Manager, DTSC Project Supervisor, DTSC Performance Manager and the DTSC Contract Manager. The Contractor shall also list additional staff and any other local government officials, other State or Federal agency representatives, and the general public, as directed by the DTSC Contract Manager. b. The set-up information for each site outlined in item a above will be electronically accessible to DTSC staff to ensure accuracy. The Contractor shall notify the DTSC Contract Manager and the Project Manager that the site-specific information has been prepared. c. Within 90 days from the start of the Contract the Contractor shall prepare the site-specific information for all current DTSC sites. d. Within 30 days from the date of receiving a directive from the DTSC Contract Manager for a site that is not currently monitored, the Contractor will assemble the required site-specific information and provide it to the DTSC Contract Manager and DTSC Project Manager for the site for review. e. Upon confirmation that the site-specific information is correct, the DTSC Contract Manager will direct the Contractor to commence Ongoing Monitoring as described under Task 2.f. The Contractor shall maintain and make available to each user a listing of the currently monitored sites associated with that user. Typical users include DTSC Project Manager, DTSC Project Supervisor, DTSC Performance Manager, and the DTSC Contract Manager. 1.2. Task 2: Ongoing Monitoring The Contractor shall continually monitor all active DTSC sites and the planned events, activities or notices of land use changes (events) in the vicinity of the sites per Subtasks 2a through 2i. The Contractor, in consultation with DTSC, shall establish criteria to determine if the events have the potential for impacting/conflicting with the restrictions or prohibitions set upon a DTSC site. The Contractor shall notify DTSC project staff via e-mail of the planned events which have the potential to impact the site restrictions. Activities shall include the following:a. Issuing an e-mail Alert to the DTSC Project Manager (with copies to the DTSC Supervisor and DTSC Contract Manager) in advance of planned activities which could impact the integrity of the environmental restrictions on a site. The e-mail shall include a link to detailed information regarding the planned event which includes, as available, the DTSC site, the person in responsible charge of the planned activity with a telephone number and e-mail address, the date of the planned event, the event location (graphically and as text), and a description of the area potentially affected by the work. b. Electronically and telephonically receiving requests for contact information such as a valid phone number or actively monitored e-mail address.c. Establishing criteria to determine if the events have the potential for impacting/conflicting with the restrictions or prohibitions set upon a DTSC site.d. Accurately logging and tracking all update/change requests and when those requests are made effective in the database.e. Issuing reminder notices after 7 days of inactivity. Reminder Alerts shall be sent to both the DTSC Project Manager for the site and DTSC Supervisor with a courtesy copy sent to the DTSC Performance Manager and DTSC Contract Manager.

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Product Code: 92037

Agency Information


Issuing Agency: State of California - Department of Toxic Substances Control

State: California

Agency Type: State and Local

Contact: Kaitlin Minshew Department of Toxic Substances Control Contracts Uni, 1001 I Street, P.O. Box 806, Sacramento, California, 95814

Phone: 916-323-3719

Email: kaitlin.minshew@dtsc.ca.gov

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