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REQUEST FOR QUALIFICATIONS

VETERANS RIDE CONNECT - MARKETING

INCOG is accepting statements of qualifications for Marketing the Veterans Ride Connect program.  This submittal is for consultant qualifications only. DO NOT PROVIDE PROPOSED FEES FOR THIS PROJECT. 

 

 Qualifications are to be mailed or delivered to: INCOG, Attn: Jennifer Haddaway; 2 W. 2nd Street, Suite 800, Tulsa, Oklahoma, 74103 by Wednesday, April 5th at 5:00pm. Provide 5 hard copies of your Statement of Qualifications and send an electronic copy to jhaddaway@incog.org. INCOG may develop a short list from the submittals and selected consultants will be invited to submit a proposal or interview. It is anticipated that a contract will be negotiated with the selected firm.

 For more information, contact Jennifer Haddaway at (918) 579-9427.

 I. Overview

 INCOG is seeking a qualified marketing firm to develop a marketing package developing the brand identity and promotional materials for the Veterans Ride Connect program.

 The Veterans Ride Connect program is a consortium of regional transit agencies. Their mission is to “Recognize and address the needs related to veterans transportation within VTS region, for providing adequate transportation for over 44,000 veterans in eastern Oklahoma. Pelivan along with INCOG/regional transit agencies will in a highly collaborative effort work together to better serve veterans in the area by providing adequate transportation options to the Jack C. Montgomery VAMC as well as other veteran trips”

 The project will be managed by INCOG Transportation Planning staff in collaboration with Pelivan Transit as the team lead for the Veterans Ride Connect program.   

II. Anticipated Scope of Services

The consultant may be asked to provide the following services:

1)           Establish a visual identity for the system

2)           Develop print collateral (business cards, letterhead, postcards, promotional flyers, membership cards, etc.)

3)           Host the website and customize

4)            Graphic design

5)            Develop promotional items such as coffee mugs, baseball hats, t-shirts, table cloth’s, booth items, etc.

6)            Media buys - consulting and execution

7)            Organizing press events

 III. Evaluation Criteria/Method of Evaluation

 Qualifications will be evaluated by an internal staff review committee. Qualifications will be reviewed in terms of content and completeness. Previous client references may be contacted to verify client satisfaction, including clients not listed on the proposal. This RFQ is open to any firm that provides consulting services that comply with all elements identified within this RFQ.  Statements of Qualifications should include:

 A.  Experience and technical competence of the Marketing firm and project staff on related programs. This includes:

1)      An experienced staff working with public programs

2)      Cost estimating experience with media buys

3)      Experience in putting together press events

B. familiarity with either veterans programs or transportation needs in the region.

C. Consultant's record and success on similar projects, examples of similar work

D. Client references for similar projects.

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NOTICE OF PUBLIC FORUMS

Pelivan Transit will be conducting public forums to discuss their rural public and tribal transit programs for the following areas of Craig, Delaware, Mayes, Ottawa, Nowata, Rogers and northern Tulsa County and ten tribal jurisdictional areas for the tribes of Cherokee Nation, Eastern Shawnee, Miami, Modoc, Ottawa, Peoria, Quapaw, Seneca-Cayuga, Shawnee and Wyandotte Nation.

If any person desires to attend these public forums they will be able to do so at the following locations and dates:

Monday, 01/23/17, 11:00 am, Myaamia Community Center, E 65 Road, Miami, OK

Tuesday, 01/24/17, 11:30 am, Vinita Senior Center, 222 West Sequoyah, Vinita, OK

Thursday, 01/26/17, 11:30 am, CARD Pryor, 851 SE 9th Street, Pryor, OK

Monday, 01/30/17, 10:30 am, Owasso Community Center, 301 South Cedar, Owasso, OK

Tuesday, 01/31/17, 10:30 am, Jay Senior Center, 816 North Main Street, Jay, OK

Thursday, 02/02/17, 11:00 am, Quapaw Tribal Senior Center, 903 Whitebird St, Quapaw, OK

Monday, 02/06/17, 11:00 am, Claremore Senior Center, 475 East Blue Starr Drive, Claremore, OK

Tuesday, 02/07/17, 11:00 am, Eastern Shawnee AOA Building, 10170 S. Bluejacket Rd, Wyandotte, OK

Friday, 02/10/17, 10:30 am, Nowata Senior Center, 238 N. Maple Street, Nowata, OK

Tuesday, 02/21/17, 10:00 am, Bartlesville Public Library (Rm C), 600 S Johnstone, Bartlesville, OK

Thursday, 02/23/17, Wyandotte Nation Senior Center, 64150 E Hwy 60, Wyandotte, OK

Thursday, 03/2/17, 11:30 am, Inter-Tribal Council, 114 South Eight Tribes Trail, Miami, OK

               Monday, 03/27/17, 10:30 am, Grove Senior Center, 145 E O’Daniel Parkway, Grove, OK

Pelivan Transit & the Northeast Oklahoma Tribal Transit Consortium

Pelivan Transit owned and operated by Grand Gateway EDA and the Northeast Tribal Transit Consortium consisting of the Eastern Shawnee, Miami, Modoc, Peoria, Ottawa, Quapaw, Seneca-Cayuga, Shawnee, and Wyandotte Nation and Tribes of Oklahoma are currently receiving funds through the Federal Transit Administration for the purpose of operating a Section 5311 Rural Transportation Program and Section 5311( c) Tribal Transit Program.

 

Pelivan Transit and the Northeast Oklahoma Tribal Transit programs are giving public notice that we will continue to abide by the policies set forth by the U.S. Department of Transportation for the administration and operation of integrated public rural transit and tribal transit systems.

 

The following is a list of purchases that will be made by the Pelivan Transit System and the Northeast Tribal Transit System during FY-2016

  1. Vehicle Insurance                                                               6.      Training

  2. Office Supplies/Equipment                                                7.      Fuel/Oil

  3. Audit                                                                                      8.      Vehicle Maintenance

  4. Advertising/Marketing                                                        9.      Vehicles

  5. Computers/Printers                                                           10.      Communications Equipment

DBE’s and WBE’s interested in details for these purchases may write Pelivan Transit, P.O. Drawer B, Big Cabin, OK 74332, email to pelivandir@grandgateway.org, or call 800.482.4594 ext. 239.

 

Opportunity for Public Hearing

All interested persons are hereby given notice that Pelivan Transit owned and operated by Grand Gateway EDA and the Northeast Oklahoma Tribal Transit Consortium are seeking financial assistance from the U.S. Department of Transportation, (Federal Transit Administration) for the purpose of operating an integrated rural public and tribal transit system.  The Federal Transit Administration’s Section 5311 and 5311(c ) grant funds will be used to operate the Pelivan Transit system in certain areas of Craig, Delaware, Mayes, Nowata, Ottawa, Rogers and (northern) Tulsa.  This transit system will provide transportation services from points of origin to destination for the general public and tribal citizens based on demand responses during scheduled hours of operation.  The demand response services will be operated through the Call Center at Grand Gateway EDA in Big Cabin and various Dispatch centers in the cities of Claremore, Grove, Miami, and Owasso.

 

If any person desires a public hearing to discuss the social, economic and/or environmental effects of the proposed projects, they may contact the Transit Director at Grand Gateway at 800.482.4594, ext. 233.  A copy of the grant application will be available for public inspection at Grand Gateway, 333 South Oak Street, Big Cabin, OK on 05/01/2017.

 

 


 

NOTICE OF PUBLIC FORUMS

Pelivan Transit will be conducting public forums to discuss their rural public and tribal transit programs for the following areas of Craig, Delaware, Mayes, Ottawa, Nowata, Rogers and northern Tulsa counties and ten tribal jurisdictional areas for the tribes of Cherokee Nation, Eastern Shawnee, Miami, Modoc, Ottawa, Peoria, Quapaw, Seneca-Cayuga, Shawnee and Wyandotte Nation.  

If any person desires to attend these public forums they will be able to do so at the following locations and dates:

Monday, 2/22/16, 11:00 am, CARD, 851 SE 9th Street, Pryor, OK

Tuesday 2/23/16, 11:00 am, Eastern Shawnee Nutrition Center, 10170 S. Bluejacket Rd, Miami, OK

Wednesday, 2/24/16, 10:00 am, Nowata Senior Center, 238 N. Maple Street, Nowata, OK

Thursday, 2/25/16, 11:30 am, Quapaw Tribal Senior Center, 903 Whitebird St, Quapaw, OK

Friday, 2/26/16, 12:30 pm, Vinita Senior Center, 222 West Sequoyah, Vinita, OK

Monday, 3/7/16, 11:30 am, Myaamia Community Center, E 65 Road, Miami, OK

Tuesday, 3/8/15, 12:15 pm, Grove Senior Center, 145 E O’Daniel Parkway, Grove, OK

Wednesday, 3/9/16, 11:00 am, Owasso Community Center, 301 S Cedar, Owasso, OK

Wednesday, 3/9/16, 11:30 am, Jay Senior Center, 816 North Main Street, Jay, OK 6

Thursday, 3/10/16, 11:30 am, Wyandotte Nation Senior Center, 64150 E Hwy 60, Wyandotte, OK

Friday 3/11/2016, 11:30 am, Claremore Senior Center, 116 North Missouri, Claremore, OK

Wednesday, 3/23/2016, 11:00 am, Bartlesville Public Library, 600 S. Johnstone, Bartlesville, OK

Wednesday, 3/30/16, 11:30 am, Inter-Tribal Council, 114 S. Eight Tribes Trail, Miami, OK

 

Pelivan Transit & the Northeast Oklahoma Tribal Transit Consortium

Pelivan Transit owned and operated by Grand Gateway EDA and the Northeast Oklahoma Tribal Transit Consortium consisting of the Eastern Shawnee, Miami, Modoc, Peoria, Ottawa, Quapaw, Seneca-Cayuga, Shawnee and Wyandotte Nation and Tribes of Oklahoma are currently receiving funds through the Federal Transit Administration for the purpose of operating a Section 5311 Rural Transportation Program and Section 5311 (c) Tribal Transit Program.

Pelivan Transit and the Northeast Oklahoma Tribal Transit programs are giving public notice that we will continue to abide by the policies set forth by the U.S. Department of Transportation for the administration and operation of integrated public rural transit and tribal transit systems.

The following is a list of purchases that will be made by the Pelivan Transit System and the Northeast Oklahoma Tribal Transit System during FY-2017 (October 1, 2016 through September 30, 2017):

1.  Vehicle Insurance                               6.            Training

2.  Office Supplies/Equipment               7.            Fuel/Oil

3.   Audit                                                     8.          Vehicle Maintenance & Equipment

4.   Advertising/Marketing                       9.         Vehicles

5.   Computers/Printers                            10.       Communications Equipment 

DBE’s and WBE’s interested in details for these purchases may write Pelivan Transit, P.O. Drawer B, Big Cabin, OK.  74332 or call 918.276.2501 ext. 233.

 

 

Opportunity for Public Hearing

All interested persons are hereby given notice that Pelivan Transit owned and operated by Grand Gateway EDA and the Northeast Oklahoma Tribal Transit Consortium are seeking financial assistance from the U.S. Department of Transportation, (Federal Transit Administration) for the purpose of operating an integrated rural public and tribal transit system.  The Federal Transit Administration’s Section 5311 and 5311 (c) Grant funds will be used to operate the Pelivan Transit system in certain areas of Craig, Delaware, Mayes, Nowata, northern Tulsa (Owasso area), Ottawa, Rogers and Washington counties.  This transit system will provide transportation services from points of origin to destination for the general public and tribal citizens based on demand responses during scheduled hours of operation.  The demand response services will be operated through the Call Center at Grand Gateway EDA in Big Cabin and various Dispatch Centers in the cities of Claremore, Grove, Miami, and Owasso.

 

If any person desires a public hearing to discuss the social, economic and/or environmental effects of the proposed projects, they may contact the Transit Director at Grand Gateway at 918.276.2501, ext. 233.  A copy of the grant application will be available for public inspection at Grand Gateway, 333 South Oak Street, Big Cabin, OK on 5/4/16.  


 

NOTIFICATION to the Public of RIGHTS Under TITLE VI

TITLE VI OF THE CIVIL RIGHTS ACT OF 1964 AS AMENDED AND 49 CFR PART 21 PROHIBIT DISCRIMINATION BASED ON NATIONAL ORIGIN, RACE, COLOR, SEX, AGE, DISABILITY, VETERAN OR LOW INCOME STATUS IN ALL FEDERAL-AID PROGRAMS.

Pelivan Transit operates its programs and services without regard to race, color, or national origin in accordance with Title VI of the Civil Rights Act.  Any person who believes he/she has been aggrieved by any unlawful discriminatory practice under Title VI may file a complaint with Pelivan Transit. 

For more information about the Title VI Civil Rights Program, you may also contact Grand Gateway HR Manager @ 1-800-482-4594  ext. 230.

Any person who feels that his/her request for access to transportation was denied because of discrimination as described must file the complaint and provide contact information within 180 days following the incident by:

a)      E-mail Pelivan Transit at pelivandir@grandgateway.org.

b)     Fax Pelivan Transit at (918) 783-5051

c)      Mail to Pelivan Transit c/o GGEDA, P.O. Drawer B, Big Cabin, Ok  74332

 

 

NOTICE OF OPPORTUNITY FOR DISADVANTAGED BUSINESS ENTERPRISES

 

All interested persons are hereby given notice that the Grand Gateway EDA/dba Pelivan Transit and the Northeast Oklahoma Tribal Transit Consortium is seeking financial assistance from the U.S. Department of Transportation for the purpose of operating a Section 5311 rural public transportation program during FY-2014. The Grand Gateway EDA/dba Pelivan Transit and the Northeast Oklahoma Tribal Transit Consortium has established a Disadvantaged Business Enterprises (DBE) program in accordance with regulations of the U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT), 49 CFR Part 26.
The Grand Gateway EDA/dba Pelivan Transit and the Northeast Oklahoma Tribal Transit Consortium is giving public notice that it wishes to abide by the policy established by the U.S. Department of Transportation. DBEs interested in the opportunity to compete for and perform contracts with the transit program for the services listed below may contact Debra McGlasson, Director of Pelivan Transit, 333 South Oak Street, Big Cabin, OK, 74332 or call 800/482-4594, ext. 233.
ANTICIPATED CONTRACTING OPPORTUNITIES ARE AS FOLLOWS:
• Vehicle Insurance
• Office Supplies/Equipment .
• Audit
• Advertising/Marketing
• Computers/Printers
• Training
• Fuel/Oil
• Vehicle Maintenance
• Vehicles
• Communications Equipment

 

 NOTICE OF PUBLIC FORUM

Pelivan Transit will be conducting public forums in the area to discuss public rural transportation and the tribal transit programs for the following area of Craig, Delaware, Mayes, Ottawa, Nowata, Rogers and northern Tulsa counties. Ten tribal jurisdictional areas will also be included in the tribal transit services for the tribes of Cherokee Nation, Eastern Shawnee, Miami, Modoc, Ottawa, Peoria, Quapaw, Seneca-Cayuga, Shawnee and Wyandotte Nation.

If any person desires to attend these public forums they will be able to do so at the following locations and dates:

Wednesday, 1/28/15, 12:00 pm, Inter-Tribal Council, 1 14 S. Eight Tribes Trail, Miami, OK

Monday, 2/09/15, 1 1:30 am, Claremore  Senior Center,  116 North Missouri, Claremore, OK

Tuesday, 2/10/15,  1 1:30 am, Quapaw Tribal Senior Center, 903 Whitebird  St, Quapaw, OK

Wednesday, 2/11/15, 11:30 am, Vinita  Senior Center, 222 West Sequoyah, Vinita, OK

Monday, 2/16/15, 10:30 am, Owasso Community Center, 30 1 S Cedar, Owasso, OK

Tuesday, 2/17/15, 11:00 am, CARD, 85 1 SE 9th Street, Pryor, OK

Wednesday, 2/18/15 , 10:30 am, Nowata Senior Center, 238 N. Maple Street, Nowata, OK

Thursday, 2/19/15, 11:30 am, Wyandotte Nation Senior Center, 64150 E Hwy 60, Wyandotte, OK

Monday, 2/23/15, 11:00 am, Jay Senior Center, 816 North Main Street, Jay, OK

Tuesday, 2/24/15, 11:00 am, Eastern Shawnee Nutrition Center, 10170 S. Bluejacket Rd, Miami, OK

Wednesday, 2/25/15, 11:30 am, Grove Senior Center, 145 E O'Daniel Parkway, Grove, OK

Thursday, 2/26/15, 11:30 am, Myaamia Community Center, E 65 Road, Miami , OK

 

OPPORTUNITY FOR PUBLIC HEARING

If any person desires a public hearing to discuss the social, economic and/or environmental effects of the proposed projects, they may contact the Transit Director at Grand Gateway (800)482-4594, ext. 233. A copy of the grant applications will be available for public inspection at Grand Gateway, 333 South Oak Street, Big Cabin, OK.

All interested persons are hereby given notice that Pelivan Transit owned and operated by Grand Gateway EDA and the Northeast Oklahoma Tribal Transit Consortium are seeking financial assistance from the U.S. Department of Transportation, (Federal Transit Administration) for the purpose of operating integrated public rural transportation and tribal transit systems. The Federal Transit Administration’s Section 5311 and 5311 (c) Grant fundings will be used to operate an integrated Public Rural Transportation System and a Tribal Transit System in certain areas of Craig, Delaware, Mayes, Nowata, Ottawa, Rogers and (northern) Tulsa. Transportation services will include demand response and deviated fixed routes to the general public and tribal citizens. The demand response services will be operated through various multimodal transit centers in the cities and surrounding areas of Claremore, Grove, Miami, Owasso, Pryor and Vinita.

 

 
Opportunity for Public Hearing - Thursday, March 01, 2012
All interested persons are hereby given notice that Grand Gateway on behalf of the Pelivan Transit System for rural public and tribal transportation services in the counties of Craig, Delaware, Mayes, northern Tulsa, Nowata, Ottawa, and Rogers will be submitting grant applications to the Federal Transit Administration for the following FY2012 grant funding opportunities: FTA Section 5309 Bus and Bus Facilities State of Good Repair Capital Grant opportunity to request purchase of CNG and gasoline vehicles to replace aging vehicles in the Pelivan Transit fleet, equipment and tools needed for a CNG Vehicle Maintenance Facility to be built in 2012 in Big Cabin, OK, security cameras for the transit vehicles, and a vehicle maintenance software program ; FTA Section 5309 Bus and Bus Facilities Livability Initiative Capital Grant opportunity to purchase Compressed Natural Gas (CNG) transit vehicles for replacement and expansion of the Pelivan fleet, CNG conversion kits for existing vehicles, equipment for fast and slow-fill CNG fueling stations and maintenance equipment for CNG vehicles; FTA Section 5309 Bus and Bus Facilities Veterans Transportation and Community Living Initiative II Grant opportunity to purchase Fixed-Route and Interactive Voice Response (IVR) Software programs to enhance the existing Intelligent Transportation Software program utilized by Pelivan Transit integrated with the Veterans Administration, additional Mobile Data Devices, and marketing and outreach funding to reach homeless veterans to transport to the area VA centers. FTA Section 5316 Jobs Access Reverse Commute (JARC) grant opportunity for operational funding to provide employment transportation routes and FTA Section 5317 New Freedom Grant opportunity for operational funding to provide transportation needs of disabled individuals in the Pelivan Transit service territory. If any person desires a public hearing to discuss the social, economic and/or environmental effects of the proposed project, they may contact the Transit Director at Grand Gateway (800)482-4594, ext. 33. A copy of the grant proposals will be available for public inspection at Grand Gateway, 333 South Oak Street, Big Cabin, OK. 
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