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This project consists of installing a new lighting system along the pedestrian walkway along Donahue Street and North Bridge Blvd. Specific work consists of furnishing and installing ceiling-mounted lighting fixtures and associated conduit, wiring, and establish connections to the existing service cabinet enclosure. As an optional bid item, additional wall-mounted luminaires and associated conduit and wiring would be installed.
The work to be performed includes but is not limited to, removal of existing lighting, installation of new lighting fixtures, conduits, and wiring.
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The County of Marin invites responses from qualified providers of Electronic Signature software that is suitable for the business of public sector organizations. This system shall be appropriate for business processes both internal and external to County operations and is intended for use Countywide.
The County has a variety of documents that require a signature. Today, these signatures are recorded on paper which is scanned or filed, and many of these processes date back several decades. Collecting signatures electronically will provide performance improvements to the current workflow of the County's business processes. The County is seeking an alternative to the traditional process of collecting a physical signature, which can be labor-intensive and time-consuming.
The scope of work that will be awarded from this RFP is an Electronic Signature Proof of Concept for a scenario that impacts every department in the County: Professional Services Contracts under $50,000 currently require a wet signature from the vendor and from the County.
The Marin County Free Library (“Library”) seeks to procure one (1) “Mobile Preschool” vehicle. The Library’s current Mobile Preschool is nearing end of life and in dire need or replacement. This Mobile Preschool vehicle described herein is intended to provide contemporary mobile library services primarily to children ages 3-9 years old, in an operationally efficient manner.
The Mobile Preschool will operate within a rural environment in northern California and shall be designed and equipped to safely operate in an environment of sometimes mountainous and narrow paved roadways. Expected routes for this vehicle are an average of 8,500 miles annually. The unit will be kept outside, but under cover when not in service. It is the Library’s utmost goal to ensure that the Mobile Preschool vehicle is well-equipped to operate efficiently and safely in this environment.
The County of Marin Department of Health and Human Services, Division of Behavioral Health and Recovery Services (BHRS) is seeking one (1) Full-Time applicant and one (1) Half-Time applicant to provide Assessment, Referral and Case Management services to individuals with complex conditions including mental health, substance use and physical disorders, homelessness and low-level criminal offenses.
The County of Marin has requested a full evaluation of their existing Life and disability from fundamental elements of plan design, cost competitiveness, and administrative ease. Burnham Benefits is soliciting proposals on behalf of the County of Marin. County of Marin has been with the CSAC benefits pool for these lines of coverage for well over 20 years – limiting the ability to obtain any claims, pricing, or plan design history. We look forward to partnering with you through this RFP process and for your support given the limited information.
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