Status Update RFP for ReLA Homeowner Assistance Program Tuesday, March 7, 2017 3 29 PM
FAQ#: 85 published 2-24-2019
From: Lori Dupont
Sent: Tuesday, March 7, 2017 3:29 PM
To: Adam Knapp; Commissioner Mike Strain; Don Pierson; Dr. James Richardson; Shawn Wilson; Jacqui Vines Wyatt; Jimmy Durbin; John Gallagher; Johnny Bradberry; Mayor Dave Norris; Mayor Ollie Tyler; Mayor-President Joel Robideaux; Michael Faulk; Michael Olivier; Randy Clouatre; Raymond Jetson; Representative Edward "Ted" James (2); Representative J. Rogers Pope; Representative Robert Shadoin; Roland Dartez; Sean Reilly; Senator Dan "Blade" Morrish
Cc: Pat Forbes; Jeff Haley; Julie Baxter Payer; Erin Monroe Wesley; Dan Rees; Lauren Tichenor Nichols; Arlene Adger; Barbara Marrable; Becky Perret; Cami Barlow; Enger Kinchen; Jane Lambert; Jayne Norton; Julie Simms; Karen White; Kimberly LaMotte; Nancy Collie; Paine Gowen; Rhea Victorian; Rhonda Byrd; Sabrina Sentino; Susan Wassan; Tamara Heidenthal; Terina Stripling; Terri Meyer
Subject: Status Update: RFP for ReLA Homeowner Assistance Program
Members of the Restore Louisiana Task Force:
We wanted to provide an update on the procurement process for the Restore Louisiana Homeowner Assistance program manager. On Friday, the Louisiana Office of Community Development notified Innovative Emergency Management (IEM) that they were selected to receive the award from the request for proposal (RFP), and the 14-day protest period that follows selection is underway.
A complaint has been raised to the Louisiana State Licensing Board for Contractors questioning whether IEM has the appropriate state licenses. This issue will be resolved in compliance with RFP procedures for dealing with protests and questions raised during the protest period.
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