CLOSED: PSMFC A-133 Compliant Single Audit RFP

Submission deadline passed.

The Pacific States Marine Fisheries Commission (PSMFC) is requesting proposals from qualified, independent certified public accountants that are capable of performing an A-133 compliant single audit for FY 2012 in compliance with the cost principles and standards set forth in Federal Office of Management and Budget Circulars A-87, A-102, A-133 and Federal Regulation 2 CFR 225.

Q&A Responses – posted 3.2.2012

PSMFC’s Financial Statement – posted 3.2.2012

Original posting date: 2.14.2012

CLOSED: Acoustic Assessment of the Distribution and Abundance of Widow Rockfish RFP

Submission deadline passed.

Pacific States Marine Fisheries Commission (PSMFC) intends to charter a vessel
to participate in a pilot research project to examine the distribution and abundance
of widow rockfish at selected survey sites off of Oregon and Washington. This
project will be in collaboration with the National Marine Fisheries Service
(NMFS). NMFS will be responsible for designing the project and will provide all
necessary deck scientific equipment. The Contractor, will support the scientific
operations as the Project Design requires. The project will take place in March
2012 or April 2012 depending upon coordinating the project between the
scientific crew and vessel availability. Mobilization and demobilization for the
charter will be conducted from Newport, OR.

Original posting date: 2.10.2012

CLOSED: Pikeminnow Theme Consulting RFQ

Submission deadline passed.

The Pacific States Marine Fisheries Commission (PSMFC) is seeking an independent contractor with public affairs experience to provide new branding themes for the Pikeminnow Sport Reward Fishery.  This annual fishery pays anglers to catch Northern Pikeminnow and is designed to reduce predation on juvenile salmonids in the Columbia and Snake Rivers. More information on this program is available at: www.pikeminnow.org.

Original posting date: 2.9.2012

CLOSED: Midwater Trawl Vessel Needed for Testing a Bycatch Reduction Device in the Pacific RFP

Submission deadline passed.

Pacific States Marine Fisheries Commission (PSMFC) intends to charter one midwater trawl vessel engaged in the Pacific whiting, Merluccius productus, fishery to participate in a project testing a Bycatch Reduction Device (BRD) designed to reduce Chinook salmon, Oncorhynchus tshawytscha, and rockfish, Sebastes spp., bycatch. This project will be a collaborative study between the PSMFC, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) Fisheries Service-Northwest Fisheries Science Center (NWFSC), and the west coast Pacific whiting fishing industry.

Original posting date: 8.22.2011

CLOSED: Pacific States Marine Fisheries Commission Oracle Support RFP

Submission deadline passed.

It is the intent of this Request for Proposals (RFP) and resulting contract(s) to establish an agreement for professional services to support various Oracle platforms within the PSMFC network. Pacific States Marine Fisheries Commission (PSMFC) currently houses multiple data programs, some of which use Oracle technologies. Furthermore, the level of support varies within those programs. The goal is to attract companies with a strong and varied background in Oracle technologies to augment and improve current PSMFC staff capabilities.

Original posting date: 6.16.2011

CLOSED: Bottom Trawl Vessel Needed for Testing a Pacific Halibut Excluder RFP

Submission deadline passed.

Pacific States Marine Fisheries Commission (PSMFC) intends to charter one stern trawling
fishing vessel to participate in a fisheries research project testing a Bycatch Reduction
Device (BRD) designed to reduce Pacific halibut, Hippoglossus Stenolepsis, bycatch in the
west coast groundfish bottom trawl fishery. This project will be a collaborative study
between the PSMFC, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA)
Fisheries Service-Northwest Fisheries Science Center (NWFSC), and the west coast
groundfish fishing industry.

Original posting date: 6.16.2011

CLOSED: PSMFC Website Redesign and Implementation RFP

Submission deadline passed.

It is the intent of this Request for Proposals (RFP) and resulting contract to establish an agreement for the professional services for a website developer to redesign the current website and content management system in order to modernize, streamline, and make the PSMFC website more useable, professional, and adaptable for future uses and upgrades. The website redesign is intended to improve the functionality of the website and to provide information and interactivity with members of the organization and the general public.

Q&A Responses – Revised 6.21.11

Original posting date: 5.16.2011

CLOSED: Alaska Fisheries Information Network Database Development RFP

Submission deadline passed.

Alaska Fisheries Information Network (AKFIN) is a program of Pacific States Marine Fisheries Commission (PSMFC) that maintains a data warehouse comprised of Alaska State and federal commercial fisheries data, as well as fisheries economic data collected through other projects within PSMFC. PSMFC/AKFIN is seeking to subcontract with an information technology (IT) company to provide continued support in the following key areas:

• perform ad-hoc and routine data requests for staff and authorized data users;
• maintain and develop new database structures and objects such as (1) designing new tables and views, (2) develop SQL and   PL/SQL code (3) SQL performance tuning;
• program applications using Oracle Application Express (APEX) and Microsoft .NET;
• develop and maintain an Oracle Business Intelligence reporting tool;
• perform routine validation and data quality checks;
• maintain and develop Linux scripts; and
• assist with future enhancements as needed during the life of this contract.

Original posting date: 5.9.2011

CLOSED: PSMFC Indirect Cost Allocation Study RFP

Submission deadline passed.

PSMFC will contract with a single firm to provide the services described herein. Proposals shall fully address the scope of work below and include a description of all deliverables and activities. PSMFC expects to award a contract by July 1, 2011. The contract term shall be for five years and will include services to initially develop an ICAP and train staff to update this plan on an annual basis. The contract may also include options to renew the contract for additional periods of time.

Q&A Responses – posted 5.13.2011

Original posting date: 4.12.2011

CLOSED: Electronic Fisheries System for West Coast Commercial Fisheries RFP

Submission deadline passed.

The Pacific States Marine Fisheries Commission (PSMFC) successfully deployed the E-Ticket and Compliance Monitor applications into the production environment on January 11, 2011 enabling electronic data submissions of West Coast commercial fisheries landing data. The predecessor of this system was used in the West Coast whiting fishery for the last four years.
PSMFC is seeking proposals to provide continued support for this system as well as enhancements over time. The current needs of this project are to:

1. Provide maintenance and technical support of the existing .NET web services system;
2. Provide maintenance and technical support of the existing Microsoft SQL (MSSQL) Server database;
3. Identify and evaluate technology options for data capture and transfer protocols to extend the existing programs including      replacement of the existing distributed Microsoft Access application used by:
     a. fish buyers to electronically capture and submit fish ticket data
     b. fish plant Compliance Monitors (CMs) to electronically capture and submit CM reports
4.
Assist with future enhancements as needed during the life of this contract.

Q&A Responses – posted on 5.2.11

Original posting date: 4.11.2011