8. What format should be used when submitting Unsolicited Proposals?

Format for Submissions. Unsolicited proposals shall contain, at a minimum, the following information: (a) a project description, (b) a project feasibility statement, (c) a proposed project schedule, (d) a project financing plan, (e) a business case statement that shall include a basic description of any direct and indirect benefits that the private entity can provide in delivering the project, including relevant cost, quality, methodology, and process for identifying the project and time frame data, (f) a description of any anticipated public support or opposition, (g) qualifications and experience (h) names and addresses of persons who may be contact and (i) any additional information as the local government may reasonably request to comply with the requirements of the PPFIA. Proposals should be prepared simply and economically, providing a concise description of the proposer’s capabilities to complete the proposed qualifying project and the benefits to be derived from the project by the local government. Such proposals may also include any additional pertinent information as determined by the proposer. 

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1. 1. What is an unsolicited proposal?
2. 2. What is NOT an unsolicited proposal?
3. 3. What constitutes a valid unsolicited proposal?
4. 4. What information is required on a valid unsolicited proposal?
5. 5. What about identifying and marking proprietary information?
6. 6. Does it cost anything to submit an unsolicited proposal?
7. 7. How do I submit a formal proposal?
8. 8. What format should be used when submitting Unsolicited Proposals?
9. 9. Will proposals that relate to a matter currently the subject of a competitive tender process be considered?
10. 10. Can I submit an unsolicited proposal to another government department/agency other than the Procurement Department?
11. 11. Why submit an unsolicited proposal if it might be subject to a competitive tender process?
12. 12. How long does each stage of the unsolicited proposals process take?
13. 13. How detailed should the initial submission be?
14. 14. Is there a minimum threshold for proposals that can be assessed under the unsolicited proposals guidelines?
15. 15. My proposal contains commercial-in-confidence information. How will this be treated throughout the unsolicited proposals process?
16. 16. My proposal contains details on intellectual property that I hold. How will this be treated throughout the unsolicited proposals process?
17. 17. Can I submit additional documentation (attachments) with my unsolicited proposal?
18. 18. Who can I contact after I have made a submission?
19. 19. My proposal did not proceed to Phase 2. Can I receive feedback on my proposal?
20. 20. I have submitted a proposal. Can I contact other government departments during the assessment of my proposal?