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Request for Proposals


Litigation Services Request for Proposals
The Attorney General’s Office is making a Request for Proposals for outside legal counsel with expertise in sales or marketing of pharmaceuticals or health care products or services.  Interested parties can find information on how and when to submit a Proposal in the RFP document. Proposals are public record.

2013 RFP for Qualified Vendor List Questions:
 
Question:
 
Does our firm need to be on a qualified vendor list before applying for the RFP? 
 
Response:
 
No. The proposal submitted is for a firm to get placed onto the qualified vendor list.
 
Question:
 
Regarding the "Technical Approach" Proposal Requirement (Section X.4), which asks for a description of the approach to be used to accomplish the tasks outlined in the Scope of Work section, should we provide a general description of the planned approach to what we anticipate the scope of work will be?
 
Response:
 
Yes. Please provide a general plan for representation should your firm be selected as Special Counsel from the qualified vendor list for a particular matter. Feel free to also include a preliminary timetable in which your firm as Special Counsel would anticipate starting specific tasks such as meeting with the Attorney General’s designated assistant, determination of defendants, preparation of initial pleadings, initial requests for production, initial depositions, and the retention of experts. 
 
Question:
 
What is the RFP number that should be included on the front of each sealed proposal as per the instructions? 
 
Response:
 
2013-1