The purpose of this Negotiated Request for Proposal (the “NRFP”) is to solicit proposals from potential. Proponents regarding the development, sales, and management of the Mt Sima preseason training program, acting in the role as preseason coordinator. This role will build on the past successes of preseason training at Mt Sima and be responsible for delivery of a high quality program to support the long-term sustainability of the Society.
It is the Society’s intent to enter into an agreement with the proponent who can best serve the interests of the Society. At the final outcome of the NRFP process, the successful proponent (“Consultant”) may be required to collaborate with the Society’s other service providers and/or partners to ensure that services provided are consistent with the Society’s mandate, brand and corporate strategy.
This procurement process is not intended to create and does not create a formal binding bidding process whereby every proponent is deemed to have entered into a contract with the Society. Instead, the process is intended to enable the Society to learn what proponents can offer by way of goods or services in response to the Society’s Statement of Work. Depending on the number and variety of responses, the Society will subsequently negotiate with those proposals that best serve its needs, as determined by the Society.
By submitting a proposal, a proponent agrees to this negotiated process and agrees that they will not bring a claim against the Society with respect to the award of a contract, failure to award a contract or failure to honour a response to this NRFP.
In summary, this NRFP is issued solely for the purpose of obtaining proposals. Neither the issuance of this NRFP nor the submission of a proposal implies any obligation by the Society to enter into any agreement.