DOTD Form 24-102. September 4, 2014. Introduction of Consultant Contracts Staff. Alan Dale, P.E ., DOTD Consultant Contracts Services Administrator, ( [email protected] ), 225-379-1401 Kathy Ward , DOTD Contracts Manager, ( [email protected] ), 225-379-1893
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One original (stamped “original”) and five copies of the DOTD Form 24‑102 must be submitted to DOTD along with an electronic copy (USB flash drive only) in a searchable Portable Document Format (pdf). If you wish to have your flash drive returned, please include a postage paid, self-addressed envelope.
7) If one or more Sub-Consultants will be used, provide the information requested below
List should match Sub-Consultants shown in 8b
8a) List the elements of work as defined in the advertisement, and an estimated percentage and detailed description of the work element(s) to be performed by the Prime-Consultant and each Sub-Consultant.
8b) Identify the percentage of work for the overall project to be performed by the Prime Consultant and each Sub-Consultant
13) Provide any additional information or description of resources supporting your firm’s qualifications for the proposed project.
14) Signature of Official (same as 4a), certifying that all information contained herein is accurate and true, and that the firm presently hassufficient staff to perform these serviceswithin the designated time frame.
3a – Firm must be registered with the Louisiana Secretary of State (unless a sole proprietorship) http://www.sos.la.gov/BusinessServices/SearchForLouisianaBusinessFilings/Pages/default.aspx
5a and 5b – While a “no” answer will not be grounds for being deemed non-responsive, lack of this data will increase the time to execute a contract and may reduce the firm’s expected compensation
6 Full-time personnel –contract workers must be approved before submitting, Transportation Organization Charts reducing staff level to firm members that may work on DOTD projects must be approved before submitting. You can do this by emailing Mr. Alan Dale at [email protected]
The first column, All Personnel Domiciled in LA, is to include the number of full-time employees on the firm’s payroll who are domiciled in Louisiana.
The second column, Project Specific Personnel NOT domiciled in LA, is to include the number of full-time employees on the firm’s payroll who are not domiciled in Louisiana but will potentially be assigned to perform work under the contract. Workers not located in the office shown in 3c may impact firm’s location used for evaluation purposes.
If the number of full-time transportation related employees domiciled in Louisiana is less that the total number of all full-time employees domiciled in Louisiana, the Consultant may submit an organizational chart to the Consultant Contract Services Section, Alan Dale confirming such. The organizational chart will be kept on file and should be regularly updated for appreciable changes in staff.
Contract employees may be allowed for a period of time for a particular element or task on a project. Contract employees should be shown in Section 9a. Project Staffing Plan with resumes included in Section 10.
A Sub-Consultant shall not utilize another Sub-Consultant.
Reporting of percent of total work by each team member should be reported in whole numbers only.
Staffing Plan should be in the format of an organizational chart. Show ALL key personnel, prime and sub-consultants (if applicable), the work element each person is assigned to, and their specific duties. The chart shall be organized such that each person is traceable to their immediate supervisor for each work element. It shall also be made apparent in the chart the firm with which each person is associated.
Minimum Personnel Requirements table (9b) identify those staff members meeting the Minimum Personnel Requirements. The entries shall be in the order of the personnel requirements as presented in the advertisement. More than the minimum number of personnel can be listed, all will be evaluated and rated. This allows the firm to still be considered if a member is deemed not to satisfy the minimum requirements. No additions are allowed after the deadline date of the advertisement.
Resumes (Section 10) for the key project personnel are required. The resumes shall be in alphabetical order by last name. The resumes shall be a brief description of the experience and qualifications relevant to the proposed project. The role and responsibility should be made clear for each project shown in Section g. Include agency project numbers and dates of the work performance period. If personnel performed duties on projects listed in Section 11, this information provided should match information listed on their resume.
It is highly advisable to register a minimum of one if not moreof the following product category codes
80101500 For Consulting/Professional Services 81112000 For any services that include Computer Elements 43231500 For Software License and Maintenance Agreements 81102200 For Engineering and Related Services
Instructions for Completing the DOTD Form 24-102 (Rev Nov. 2011)