Our Northeast chapter has issued a request for proposals! For Calendar Year 2011, the HTCIA Northeast Chapter seeks qualified vendors to provide 1-day, on-site training classes to the HTCIA membership.
Objectives and audience
Specifically, the chapter seeks training in tools and techniques that can be used to assist in identifying, collecting, analyzing and reporting on digital evidence. Training classes must be limited to no more than 8 hours in length, must be delivered within one working day, and must be offered in the NY/NJ area. Preference will be given for training in the following regions:
- New York City metro area
- White Plains, NY
- Albany, NY
- Buffalo, NY,
- Princeton, NJ
- Eatontown, NJ
The proposed training classes must support HTCIA’s mission, and must be open to both law enforcement and private industry representatives. The classes will improve our members’ ability to identify, acquire, analyze and report on digital evidence in support of their professional responsibilities to respond to an apparent high technology-related incident.
Budget, schedule and evaluation
No proposal for a single training class can exceed $2,500 in total costs to the chapter. (Proposals that include additional student tuition to cover a cost over $2,500 will be considered but are not preferred.) A vendor, however, may offer multiple training sessions in different locations, each of which can be priced separately. The training must be offered during the calendar year 2011.
The training proposals will be evaluated based upon the following factors:
- Budget (20%)
- Training content (20%)
- Timeframe of delivery (10%)
- Number of students to be trained in a session (10%)
- Qualification of the applicant and of the personnel who will be providing the training (20%)
- Other, including applicability to all HTCIA membership (20%)
Any questions in response to the solicitation must be sent via email to the HTCIA Northeast Chapter Secretary (email address: firstname.lastname@example.org) with a copy to the Chapter President (email@example.com).
Questions may be sent until 11:59pm on March 25th, 2011. All questions will be answered as they are received. Responses to all submitted questions will be provided via email to all potential bidders who have so identified themselves via email to the Chapter President or Secretary. Any potential bidder who identifies themselves after a question has been answered will be sent copies of all previously submitted questions and answers.
Send your RFP responses
Responses must be sent to the HTCIA Northeast Chapter Secretary (email address: firstname.lastname@example.org) by 11:59pm on March 30th, 2011 via email.
Your response should contain all the parts listed below.
I. The General Training Goals, including the specific issue(s) to be addressed by the training and/or product(s) and process(es) to be presented
II. The Target Audiences, including relevance to all HTCIA membership
IV. Project Details
- Content Summary
- Length of Presentation
- Team Organization
- Quality/Quantity Standards
- Identification of Previous Presentations of this Training
V. Resources Provided
VI. Resumes of individuals that will provide training