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Purpose of Request for Information and Qualifications
Ii. Description of Services Sought
Iii. Process for Qualifications Submission
Qualifications Due Date
Qualifications Submission Instructions
Iv. Qualifications Documents
Information Required In the Application
V. Vendor Presentations
Vi. Review and Selection Process
Summary of the Selection Process
Vii. General Information for Qualified Vendors
State Finance Law Reporting Requirements:
Affirmative Action Guidelines
Non-Resident State Taxes
Cost of Qualifications Preparation
Review and Crediting Of Material
Viii. Attachments and Appendices
Vendor Profile Information
Description of Services And Programmatic Needs