Augusta, Georgia defines an unsolicited proposal as an approach to Augusta by a Proponent with a proposal not requested by Augusta. The proposal must be a written proposal for a qualifying project that is received by the Augusta, Georgia Consolidated Government and is not in response to any request for proposal for a qualifying project issued by Augusta at the published time and placed advertised by Augusta.
The Guidelines for Unsolicited Proposals policy documents found at the links below set out the requirements of the Partnership for Public Facilities and Infrastructure Act (SB 59) (the Act) on May 5, 2015, model. It aims to provide consistency and certainty to the market on how Unsolicited Proposals will be assessed against key principles of Augusta, Georgia in meeting its strategic objectives and providing value for money. The model will also promote standardization and consistency with respect to capital project planning and delivery.