All charges must be included on the Official Proposal Price Sheets and shall be included in the costing evaluation. To allow time to evaluate proposals prices must be valid for 120 days following RFP opening. Bidder(s) must include ALL pricing information on the Official Price Proposal Sheet ONLY and must clearly mark said page(s) as pricing information. The electronic version of the Official Proposal Price Sheet must also be sealed separately from the electronic version of the technical proposal.
1) The State will not be obligated to pay any costs not identified on the Official Proposal Price Sheet.
2) Any cost not identified by the successful bidder but subsequently incurred in order to achieve
successful operation will be borne by the bidder.
3) Official Proposal Price Sheets may be reproduced as needed.
4) Vendor(s) may expand items in the Pricing Table 2 to identify all proposed services to include an hourly rate and description of service. A separate listing, which must include pricing, may be submitted with the “Official Proposal Price Sheet” ONLY.