Idaho Statutes
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TITLE 40
HIGHWAYS AND BRIDGES
CHAPTER 1
DEFINITIONS
40-119.  definitions — r. (1) "Reference point" means a special monumented point that does not occupy the same geographical position as the corner itself, and where the spatial relationship to the corner is known and recorded, and that serves to locate the corner.
(2)  "Request for proposals (RFP)" means a document used to solicit proposals from design-build firms to design and construct a highway project or to solicit proposals from construction manager/general contractor firms to provide services prior to final design and then construct a highway project.
(3)  "Request for qualifications (RFQ)" means a document issued by the department in the first step of a two-step selection process that describes the project in enough detail to let potential design-build firms determine if they wish to compete and forms the basis for developing a short-list of the most qualified design-build firms.
(4)  "Responsive proposals" means proposals submitted by responsive proposers that comply with the request for proposals and all prescribed procurement procedures and requirements.

History:
[40-119, added 2010, ch. 293, sec. 10, p. 782; am. 2011, ch. 136, sec. 2, p. 384.]


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