Request for Proposal
Application Development Support
The Vermont Energy Investment Corporation (VEIC), a non-profit corporation, requests
proposals for application development support to be completed and presented to VEIC by
Electronic submissions of the proposals are welcome and encouraged. Please send those to
[email protected] Written proposals and resumes (including attachments) should be no
longer than 4 pages.
Vermont Energy Investment Corporation
Vermont Energy Investment Corporation (VEIC) was founded in 1986 and is a non-profit
corporation that provides energy conservation and renewable energy programs and projects,
nationally and internationally. VEIC includes one division that administers the Efficiency
Vermont (EVT) contract with the state of Vermont. This program is funded by electric
ratepayers in the form of a surcharge on their electric bills. VEIC also has a separate division
that provides consulting, program development, evaluation, viability analyses, and other expert
technical services nationally. VEIC employs over 180 employees in four states, the majority of
whom are in Vermont. Further information about VEIC can be found on our website:
Scope of work
VEIC requires the assistance of an experienced C# programmer to assist us in the development
of our central line of business application(s). This work requires a high degree of proficiency in
object-oriented programming using industry standard best practices including test driven
development. Candidates with experience with NHibernate and dependency injection
Work is expected to last between 3 and 6 months.
The selected candidate will work as part of our application development team and under the
direct supervision of our Lead Software Engineer.
Responses should include the credentials and experience of the persons who would be
designated to conduct the required services.
Please supply at least three (3) references who have used your professional services for a
similar project. Include a contact name, address, and a contact phone number.
VEIC will conduct follow up interviews with the person(s) who would be providing the
required services to further discuss experience and expertise.
Proposal selection will be qualifications-based. VEIC will intend to negotiate contract terms
with the most qualified vendor. If unsuccessful, VEIC would intend to then negotiate with the
next most qualified vendor, until reaching satisfactory contractual arrangements. VEIC
reserves the right to not award a contract should none of the proposals adequately address the
requirements outlined in the RFP.
Proposals will be evaluated on the following criteria:
1. Demonstrated experience and expertise in similar projects (80 points)
2. Strength of references (20 points)
Questions regarding this RFP should be direct to: Jules Fishelman, IT Manager, 802-658-6060 x1029
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