The Massachusetts Technology Collaborative contracts with a variety of firms, individuals, institutions and organizations for research, scientific, technical, and management consulting services to support its varied programs. The Mass Tech Collaborative's procurements are governed by best business practice standards with a goal of procuring the highest quality services for the benefit of Massachusetts taxpayers. Procurements are open to all qualified individuals and firms. Please read our Procurement Conflicts Policy below to determine if your firm is qualified to respond.
|Type of Procurement||Person to Contact||
|RFP Communications and Outreach Specialist||Massachusetts eHealth Institute (firstname.lastname@example.org)||February 19, 2013|
|RFP for SalesForce.com Integration||Tarsha Weaver (email@example.com)||
March 8, 2013
Provide the Mass Tech Collaborative with Professional Services:The issuance of a procurement does not commit the Mass Tech Collaborative to award a contract, pay any costs incurred in preparing a bid response, or procure or contract for services or supplies. The Mass Tech Collaborative reserves the right to accept or reject any or all bid responses received, negotiate with all qualified responders, or cancel or modify the procurement in part or in its entirety when it is in its best interest.
Providing Professional Services to the Mass Tech Collaborative
Any vendor who wishes to provide professional services to the Mass Tech Collaborative, whether or not selected through a competitive procurement, will be required to sign a contract with the Mass Tech Collaborative that contains certain standard provisions. If you or your firm wishes to provide professional services to the Mass Tech Collaborative, please review the appropriate contract below.
Provide the Mass Tech Collaborative with Legal Services:
Download: Master Agreement for Legal Services
Provide the Mass Tech Collaborative with Construction-Related Services:
As a public entity, the Mass Tech Collaborative is subject to the Massachusetts Public Records Law. Documents and other materials made or received by its employees are subject to public disclosure unless the Mass Tech Collaborative chooses to assert an applicable exemption. The exemptions applicable to materials submitted to the Mass Tech Collaborative are provided by the Massachusetts General Laws (M.G.L.). chapter 40J, sections 4c(a) and 12(h), which afford confidentiality to "trade secrets or commercial or financial information regarding the operation of any business conducted by an applicant for, or recipient of, any form of assistance" available from the Mass Tech Collaborative or information "regarding the competitive position of such applicant or recipient in a particular field of endeavor." Submission of information to the Mass Tech Collaborative and its treatment upon receipt are governed by the procedures available here.
Procurement Conflicts Policy
It is the policy (the “Procurement Conflicts Policy”) of the Mass Tech Collaborative that individuals and/or the primary personnel of entities currently party to an unexpired Master Service Agreement with the Mass Tech Collaborative may not, as a general rule, provide professional services to any grantee (the “Grantee”) of the Mass Tech Collaborative for so long as the Master Service Agreement is in effect. In addition, individuals and/or the primary personnel of entities currently providing professional services to a Grantee pursuant to a contract (the “Service Contract”) may not, as a general rule, provide professional services of any kind to the Mass Tech Collaborative for so long as such Service Contract is in effect. The foregoing policy is a preventive measure intended to avoid actual or apparent conflicts of interest under M.G.L. c. 268A. Questions concerning the Procurement Conflicts Policy and/or its actual or potential application to a particular consultant may be directed to the Mass Tech Collaborative’s legal department.