Request For Quotation For Information Technology Services

The Coastal Conservancy has issued a Request for Quote for IT Services (RFQ-ITS), entitled State Coastal Conservancy Streaming, Video, & Audio Services Request for Quote, to provide Streaming, Video, & Audio Services for the State Coastal Conservancy meetings from September 22, 2022 – August 31, 2023.   Quotes must be received no later than 5 pm on August 8, 2022.

The California Coastal Conservancy is a state agency that supports projects to protect and enhance coastal resources and to expand public access to the coast. The Conservancy has a governing board comprised of 7 voting members and 6 oversight, non-voting members. The Conservancy Board holds public meetings up to six times a year in various locations around the state. Conservancy Board meetings are held in compliance with the Bagley Keene Open Meeting Act.

Due to the Covid-19 pandemic, the Conservancy conducted most of these meetings virtually via the Zoom Webinar meeting platform since May 2020. Going forward, the Conservancy seeks to hold meetings in person but with an option for remote, video participation via Zoom available to Board members, staff and members of the public.

This scope is to provide gavel-to-gavel audiovisual support for both in person and virtual meetings, live internet webstreaming (webcasting) services, and video documentation for archive of Conservancy meetings.

More information can be found on the Cal eProcure website here (Search for Event ID: 0000024141)

Update 7/28/22: A list of questions and answers related to State Coastal Conservancy’s Request for Quotation For Information Technology Services can be found here.

Update 8/17/22: The Conservancy intends to award this contract to AGP Video, Inc. All bidders have been notified.


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