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CLOSED: Alaska Fisheries Information Network Database Development RFP

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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...

May. 9, 2011 alt text CLOSED: Telephone Surveys for Angler Fishing Effort and Economic Data RFP

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This request for proposal (RFP) is to review the technical expertise, pricing structure and cost for potential contractors. The work will be to conduct ongoing fishing effort surveys through use of state electronic fishing license frames in California, Oregon and Washington. Occasionally, economic surveys may also be conducted using the angler license frame or additional angler contact information collected by other surveys in the field. The surveys are to be conducted primarily by telephone, but may include internet options for some surveys. The successful contractor will be utilized to conduct the various telephone surveys needed by PSMFC in its partnership with its member state fishery agencies in managing their marine fisheries for the next 3-4 years.

May. 1, 2011 alt text CLOSED: PSMFC Indirect Cost Allocation Study RFP

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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.

Apr. 12, 2011 alt text CLOSED: Electronic Fisheries System for West Coast Commercial Fisheries RFP

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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.

Apr. 4, 2011 alt text CLOSED: Bering Sea Aleutian Islands Crab Rationalization Economic Data Report Data Validation RFP

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The North Pacific Fishery Management Council developed the Bering Sea and Aleutian Islands (BSAI) Crab Rationalization Program over a 6-year period to accommodate the specific dynamics and needs of the BSAI crab fisheries. The BSAI Crab Rationalization Program is comprised of a number of novel aspects, and the North Pacific Fisheries Management Council (Council) is interested in ensuring that it will be able to adequately assess the impact of the Program and future management changes on affected parties. Therefore, the Council specified that a mandatory economic data collection program be developed to provide employment, cost, and sales data necessary to understand the economic performance of harvesters and processors participating in BSAI crab fisheries. Annual Economic data reports (EDRs) that collect quantitative financial information about harvesters' and processors' crab operations were specifically developed for the crab fisheries. Completion and submission of EDR forms are required as a condition of permit renewal and continued participation in the crab fishery since the program was implemented in 2005.

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