RFQ FOR INSURANCE BROKERAGE AND CONSULTING SERVICES

ADVERTISEMENT FOR REQUEST FOR STATEMENTS OF QUALIFICATIONS
METROPOLITAN NASHVILLE AIRPORT AUTHORITY
NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE
INSURANCE BROKERAGE AND CONSULTING SERVICES

ELECTRONIC PROPOSALS for completion of this project shall be received by the Metropolitan Nashville Airport Authority, (MNAA) Nashville, Tennessee, until and not later than 2:00 P.M. on Tuesday, June 16, 2020. Proposers wishing to submit a non-electronic proposal may do so only after receiving written authorization from MNAA. Written authorization to submit a non-electronic proposal may be requested by emailing purchasing@flynashville.com at least five (5) days prior to the date proposals are due. Proposers submitting a non-electronic proposal must submit a copy of the written authorization with their proposal package.

SCOPE.
This project will provide insurance brokerage and consultant services for the marketing and placement of the Authority’s consolidated insurance program, and other risk-related services required by BNA, JWN and MPC for all of the Metropolitan Nashville Airport Authority assets to assist the Authority in the reduction of organizational risks. The Proposer will provide traditional brokerage services and insurance expertise to support the Authority’s risk funding goals and objectives outlined in the table and scope of services. The Proposer will be familiar with and provide service to all Authority operations.

THE RFQ DOCUMENTS. Copies of the Contract Documents (RFQ, Proposal Schedule, Attachments, etc.) will be available on or after May 18, 2020 and may be obtained electronically from www.aerobidz.aero, an online tendering service.

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Proposers are advised to review the RFQ Documents carefully prior to submitting Statements of Qualifications on the Project. Proposers are also advised to review the RFQ and Instructions to respondents carefully prior to preparing their Proposals.

SMALL MINORITY WOMAN-owned BUSINESS ENTERPRISE (SWMBE) PARTICIPATION. It is the MNAA’s objective to promote, encourage, and stimulate participation of local, small, minority and woman-owned business enterprises (SMWBE) within its organization and the economic community served by it so as to provide maximum opportunities to participate in contracts, programs and all related business activities of the MNAA. MNAA will apply the local small minority woman business participation levels where expenditures and purchases are made with non-federal funding, and to all contracts, leases, management agreements, consultants, prime contractors, subcontractors, respondents, proposers, or proposers involved in the performance of a commercially useful task for MNAA.

Proposers are encouraged to meet SMWBE participation levels established by the Director, Business Diversity Development, or, if unable to meet the participation level, engage in good faith efforts to joint venture, subcontract, or contract for supplies or services with SMWBEs. The attainment of the SMWBE participation level established for this contract is to be measured as a percentage of the total dollar value of the contract. The SMWBE participation level established for this Contract will be 6.75% MBE and 5.25% WBE. For information on eligible SMWBE firms, proposers should visit https://flynashville.com/nashville-airport-authority/business-opportunities/business-diversity-development or contact Business Diversity Development, at (615) 275-2718.

RIGHT TO REJECT ANY AND ALL SUBMITTALS. MNAA proposes to award the Contract to the lowest responsive and responsible Proposer, provided it has met the goals for SMWBE participation or, if failing to meet the goals, has made an acceptable good faith effort to meet the established goals for the SMWBE participation. Proposer is advised that MNAA reserves the right to reject any and all Proposals submitted, to waive any and all informalities, irregularities and/or technicalities in any Proposal or Proposal Guaranty, to accept any Proposal deemed advantageous to it and to negotiate changes, deletions, or additions to these Contract Documents with the successful Proposer.