Peconic Estuary Program CCMP Revision - Request for Graphic Design Bids
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Request for Graphic Design Bids: Peconic Estuary Program Comprehensive Conservation and Management Plan (CCMP) Revision
Closes at: 5:00pm Eastern Time on March 1st, 2019


The Peconic Estuary Program (PEP) seeks bids from prospective graphic designers for the layout and design of the program’s Comprehensive Conservation and Management Plan (CCMP), content for which was recently revised. Once final, a web-based PDF of this document will be posted and highlighted at www.peconicestuary.org/protect-the-peconic/ccmp.

This site currently features PEP’s last CCMP, completed in November 2001. This CCMP outlines the program’s efforts related to protecting and preserving the natural resources of the Peconic Estuary Program (PE) and to guide the sustainable use of those resources.

The revised CCMP (the budget for which is not to exceed $35K) will be the blueprint by which the PEP directs its resources and efforts at the region’s priority problems and challenges over the next decade. This document will serve as a reference for those managing the estuary and as an introduction/overview for stakeholders and the interested public.

The work and performance of the graphic design contractor will be aided and overseen by a CCMP Revision Core Team (“Core Team”) comprised of representatives from Suffolk County, NYSDEC, PEP, USEPA, New England Interstate Water Pollution Control Commission (NEIWPCC), and New York Sea Grant (NYSG).

It is anticipated that the contractor will meet with the Core Team on a bi-weekly conference call basis for the first several months of the contract period. This frequency may be adjusted as deemed necessary or desirable.

To Apply: Please download and read the “Final CCMP Graphic Design Solicitation” document (pdf) for more details and instructions on how to prepare and what to include in your bid. When ready to submit your bid return to this page and click on the Apply Now button. Fill out the information in the form and upload your bid.

Bids must be submitted through this portal before the deadline. Bids via email or mail will not be accepted. Make sure your bid is complete. Bids with missing or incomplete sections are subject to rejection without review.

For technical assistance with this submission portal contact Lane Smith at lane.smith@stonybrook.edu or 631-632-9780.

For assistance with this submission process contact Jean Ann Johnston at jean.johnston@stonybrook.edu or 631-632-6908.

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