RFP - Telemedicine/Telehealth/Virtual Care
|Level of Government:||State & Local|
|Posted Date:||Jul 30, 2020|
|Due Date:||Aug 21, 2020|
Title RFP - Telemedicine/Telehealth/Virtual Care
Buyer Contact Information
Entity Cherokee Nation
REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL (RFP)
The Cherokee Nation is seeking sealed proposals from qualified companies with knowledge and
previous experience providing telemedicine/telehealth/virtual care for organizations similar in
scope and size. Interested parties are to provide a sealed proposal for the entire project. The RFP
packet contains all specifications, the scope of work, due date for questions and/or request for
clarification, due date for addendum if issued, and all necessary instructions. To receive the RFP
packet, interested parties may contact Cherokee Nation Acquisition Management; Shelly McClain
at firstname.lastname@example.org; or, visit the Nation’s public bid website at
www.cherokeebids.org. Proposals will be accepted from Indian and Non-Indian offerors. Indian
preference will be given only to responding parties who provide proof of current certification from
the Cherokee Nation Tribal Employments Office (TERO) located in Tahlequah, Oklahoma,
telephone number (918) 453-5000. Proof of TERO certification must accompany and be included
in sealed proposal submittal. Award will be based on evaluation criteria and factors outlined in
RFP. Award of contract will be subject to availability of funds. Sealed proposals may be mailed
to Cherokee Nation Acquisition Management, Attn: Shelly McClain, P.O. Box 948,Tahlequah,
Oklahoma 74465; or, sealed proposal may be hand-delivered to Cherokee Nation Acquisition
Management, Attn: Shelly McClain, 17665 S. Muskogee Avenue, Tahlequah, Oklahoma 74464.
Sealed proposals must be received on or before August 21, 2020 by 5:00 p.m. CST by the Nation’s
Acquisition Management Department to be considered eligible for award. Late submittals will not
be accepted. Submittal must be sealed and clearly marked “SEALED PROPOSAL, DO NOT
OPEN, TELEMEDICINE/TELEHEALTH/VIRTUAL CARE SERVICES.” Cherokee Nation
reserves the right to reject any and all offers. Cherokee Nation reserves the right to determine if a
proposal meets stated requirements and to award a contract for the offer that is in the best interest
of the Cherokee Nation. Responding parties are responsible for any and all costs associated with
the preparation and submission of proposals. No offeror may withdraw their proposal within 90
days after the proposal due date.
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