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All Request for Proposals (RFPs), Request for Qualifications (RFQs), and any solicitations falling under the disciplines of A&E (Architect and Engineering) will be made through Integrated Marketing Systems (IMS). A&E solicitations also include consultants pursuing work in the soil and environmental sciences as well as city and urban planning. Please add yourself to IMS in order to receive these notifications automatically.
Invitations to Bid (IFBs) will be made available through Local and Regional Contractors Exchange Listing Services.

BCAG 2024 Sustainable communities strategy update
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May 20, 2022
Updated June 13, 2022, see questions below.
Updated July 19, 2022, contract awarded to Placeworks
The Butte County Association of Governments (BCAG) is seeking proposals from qualified consultants for services to complete the BCAG 2024 Sustainable Communities Strategy update.
Proposal Due Date and Time: Friday, June 17, 2022 by 12:00pm.
Download Request for Proposals (RFP) Document:
Questions Received:
  • Can you confirm the DBE goal of 0.42% for this project? YES. In order to receive the 5 points for DBE commitment, are we required to include a DBE firm on our team (i.e., with an allotted scope and budget)? YES.
  • Exhibit 10-H1 Cost Proposal asks for our rates to be expressed in a “cost + burden” format. Our standard billing rates (which we prefer to use) are not equal to the calculated rates that come from the “cost + burden” approach.  Are we required to use the “cost + burden approach,” or can you accept our standard billing rates? YES, THE COST + BURDEN APPROACH IN EXHIBIT 10-H1 IS REQUIRED FOR THE RFP.
  • Can you confirm that CEQA is not part of this scope of work? YES, IT IS NOT PART OF THIS RFP AND SCOPE OF WORK.
  • Are we free to re-order the layout of the proposal, so long as we meet all requirements and stay within the 15 page limit? YES.
Contact person: Chris Devine, Planning Manager. Email Phone 530-809-4616

TDA Triennial Performance Audit of Two Transit Operators
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January 18, 2022

The Butte County Association of Governments (BCAG) is seeking proposals from qualified consultants for services to conduct performance audits covering fiscal years 2018/2019, 2019/2020, and 2020/2021 for transit operators and BCAG for the Butte County Association of Governments Management Audit; BCAG - Butte Regional Transit/B-Line Paratransit; and the City of Gridley - Gridley Golden Feather Flyer.

Proposal Due Date and Time:  Friday, January 28, 2022 by 12:00 pm.

Download Request for Proposal (RFP) Documents:
Questions Received:
  • Can you confirm whether BCAG's DBE goal for this project is 0.42? Yes, the DBE goal is 0.42%.

Proposal for managed it services
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December 20, 2021
The Butte County Association of Governments invites proposals from qualified firms or teams to provide Managed Information Technology (T) services for a 10-acre campus of 6 buildings consisting of Administration and Operations Building (A), Maintenance Building (B), Fuel Building (C), Bus Wash (D), and Building Annex (E) including remote transit center locations in Chico, Oroville, and soon to be in Paradise.
Proposal Due Date and Time: Thursday December 30th, 2021, 12:00 pm.
Download Request for Proposals (RFP) Documents:
Contact Person:  Andy Newsum, Deputy Director
Addendums:  None as of December 20, 2021
Questions Received:
  • Please clarify: “The proposal must identify the proposed team members’ current work commitments to other services in sufficient detail to indicate the organization, and all the individuals assigned to the project, will be able to mee the needs of BCAG.” (VI. Proposal Content Requirements – C. Personnel, Qualifications, Experience, and References).
  • BCAG requires to know who the proposed team is and what their commitment level is to other clients.  We understand every provider likely has several or even many clients. We need to know the proposed team has the ability to respond to IT issues and manage solutions efficiently and quickly. It is of little benefit to us if a proposed team is understaffed or unsupported in taking us on as a client.
  • The RFP indicates that Transdev staff are supported by their Corporate IT.  It lists that there are 38 workstations: 12 for BCAG Staff and 26 for Transdev IT staff.  Will the proposer need to provide support to the 26 Transdev staff and their 26 workstations or is that handled by Transdev Corporate IT?.
  • BCAG has historically provided support for computers purchased by BCAG and utilized by Transdev. Following the Kaseya Ransomware Attack in July 2021, Transdev has determined a more robust and secure IT protocols are necessary.  There currently exists a shared type of managed IT between BCAG and Transdev and is unique to the capabilities of both sides.  Upon selection of an IT provider, this relationship will require assessment to determine the best way to continue.
  • The RFP specifies that there are 10 Physical Servers throughout the campus buildings.  Does BCAG utilize Server Virtualization and if It does, how many total VM’s (Virtual Machines) are running on these 10 Physical Servers.
  • The count of physical servers in the RFP is inaccurate.  There are a total of 5 servers as follows:
1) BCAGHOST1 (Physical) with the following designated divisions/programs:
Win10 (off)
2) BRTOCHOST1 (Physical) with the following designated divisions/programs:
3) BCAG-BDR (Physical) with following designtated division/program:
4) One Physical server hosting 12 Cameras through exacqVision client software at Chico Transit Center - W. 2nd and Salem Street.
5) One Physical server hosting 8 Cameras through exacqVision client software at Oroville Transit Center - Spencer Avenue Oroville, CA
  • What Data backup system/technology is in use today at BCAG? - StorageCraft ShadowProtect
  • How are off-site backups completed?  There are no offsite backups. Not part of agreement
  • Where are the off-site backups stored? There are no offsite backups. Not part of agreement