RFP from Bay Area Air Quality Management District
Jim Smith, Senior Public Information Officer at Bay Area Air Quality Management District in San Francisco, asked us to let NCDDers know about this opportunity…
The Bay Area Air Quality Management District (Air District) is requesting proposals from all qualified firms experienced in social marketing to influence behaviors at the community-scale. Bidders should be experienced in bringing together businesses, civic organizations and local governments to collectively develop and implement collaborative, community-wide air pollution reduction programs. Bidders should demonstrate the capability to foster innovative ideas among team members.
The selected firm will assist the Air District with the administration, coordination, recruitment, retention and facilitation of its nine Spare the Air Resource Teams. The contract will be partially funded by the Transportation Fund for Clean Air (TFCA) and the selected firm will be expected to comply with TFCA requirements.
The amount set for the overall contract is up to $227,000 per contract year, for up to three years. This total includes $27,000 in seed funding for team projects per contract year.
See the full May 1, 2012 RFP at the link below. Closing date is 5/18/12.