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L&I intends to award a sole source contract to Restart Partners, a 501c(3) non-profit, to work with L&I to construct and deliver a strategic awareness campaign designed primarily to reach users via social media to help reduce the risk of COVID-19 transmission in the workplace.

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Estimated Value: 130,000

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Customer Reference Number: K4713

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Close Date: Thursday, September 24, 2020 Posting Organization: Labor & Industries, Department of

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It is the intent of Washington State to promote transparency for all contracts for goods and services.  As per Policy #DES-140-00, notice of all intended agency sole source contracts must be posted on the state’s enterprise vendor registration and bid notification system (currently the Washington’s Electronic Business Solution (WEBS)) for at least five (5) working days.  Our records indicate that your firm is registered to receive WEBS notices from one or more categories listed in this sole source notification:

The definition of a sole source contract, as per RCW 39.26.010, is one where the contractor providing goods or services of such a unique nature or sole availability at the location required that the contractor is clearly and justifiably the only practicable source to provide the goods or services.

 

Although this sole source notification is not an invitation to bid, if you feel your firm is able to provide the goods or services listed above, please review this sole source notice by logging in at:

 

https://pr-webs-vendor.des.wa.gov/Search_BidDetails.aspx?ID=44406

 

Once logged in, you should be taken directly to this notification.  To view solicitations, click “Search Opportunities” in the menu on the left hand side.

 

The sole source notice should include a description of the purpose and scope of the intended contract, the criteria or rationale justifying the sole source contract, the name of the prospective contractor, the projected contract value, the period of performance, and the process for vendor inquiries or responses, including timelines and requirements.  Any questions regarding this notice should be directed to the contact person listed in WEBS.

 

If the above link does not work properly, please copy the link to the address line in your browser.

 

If you need technical assistance please contact WEBS Customer Service via email at webscustomerservice@des.wa.gov or by phone at (360) 902-7400.

 

If you wish to no longer see notifications like this, click here: https://pr-webs-vendor.des.wa.gov/ChangeNotification.aspx.

 

 

 

 

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