- Residential Market
- Light Commercial Market
- Commercial Market
- Indoor Air Quality
- Components & Accessories
- Residential Controls
- Commercial Controls
- Testing, Monitoring, Tools
- Services, Apps & Software
- Standards & Legislation
- EXTRA EDITION
Proposers must have expertise in QA services, a strong knowledge of residential energy-efficiency building science, the ability to work with diverse groups, and to work effectively with the BPI team. Proposers must also meet the requirements of the RFP and Statement of Work (SOW) and remain flexible and responsive to changing market needs.
The organization said that interested parties should carefully review the National QA Provider RFP and detailed SOW, which outline the “Services to be Provided” (essential tasks and deliverables), plus key personnel and information regarding pricing, invoicing, and communications, as well as submit the RFP materials in accordance with the proposal requirements. Proposals must include:
• An Introduction: Information regarding your organization, a summary, and description of your plan.
• Qualifications: Key certified staff responsible for carrying out tasks, and states or EPA regions covered.
• Cost: Proposed costs for carrying out requirements of the RFP and SOW and costs per QA inspection.
The QA Program includes office and home visits (inspections) to review records for compliance with BPI requirements and a random sampling of completed jobs to verify that a percentage of the work conforms to BPI standards.
For more information, direct questions to Bill Meehan, national manager of quality assurance for accreditation, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Publication date: 02/28/2011