(2022-01) Lonoke County: American Rescue Plan- nonexclusive professional and consultant services from a firm or entity with at least five (5) years’ experience and necessary qualifications to provide the County with services in connection with federal funding from or directly originating with the federal government, including but not limited to funding from the American Rescue Plan (ARP). The scope of the work sought is generally as follows: To provide non-exclusive guidance, administration, record keeping, and performance of the necessary work to Lonoke County, Arkansas, in the eligibility, expenditure, administration, and reporting of federal funding from or directly originating with the federal government, and anticipated contracts which may include the host of contracts and programs available under the ARP and other federal spending initiatives, in particular projects for: Water improvements, sewer improvements, broadband, and industrial parts; Facilitating small purchase agreements, competitive negotiations, public participation; Conducting public hearings; Organizing community participation plans; Financial management and accounting systems for projects; Categorizing eligible costs; Environmental review; Ensuring compliance with federal laws and authorities, such as: historic preservation, flood plain management, wetlands protection, endangered species, air quality, farm lands protection, environmental justice, EPA environmental standards, Corps of Engineers Permits; Facilitating acquisitions of right of way and easements; Construction management; Facilitating bidding and contract award processes, Labor standards; Compliance with the Davis-Bacon Act; Reporting and auditing related activities including: maintaining physical records at offices, conducting necessary reports, providing necessary documentation for audits; Conducting the close out of projects; and the administration and management of federal funds. This submission in response to the request must include experience, expertise, qualifications, and financial and technical capacity in those matters and as well information regarding administration, recordkeeping, consultation, reporting, performance, and record keeping in connection to federal contracts, funds, programs, grants, or disaster relief. As described in 2 CFR § 200.320, contracts will be awarded to the responsible offeror whose proposal is most advantageous to the County, with price and other factors considered. Additional considerations include contractor integrity, compliance with public policy, record of past performance, and financial and technical resources as described in 2 CFR § 200.318. In procurement under a federal award, the County follows the procurement standards referred to in 2 CFR § 200.317.
Agency contact for this bid is County Judge’s office email@example.com
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