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Request for Proposal for External Auditor

Letter to Interested Parties

Request for Proposal for External Auditor

Appendix A General Conditions
  Attachment 1 - LACERS' Marketing Cessation Policy
  Attachment 2 - Confidentiality & Non-Disclosure of Member Information Policy
  Attachment 3 - Request for Proposal Warranty/Affidavit
  Attachment 4 - Non-discrimination and Equal Employment Practices Form
  Attachment 5 - Affirmative Action Contractor Declaration
  Attachment 6 - Bidder CEC Form 50
  Attachment 7 - Bidder CEC Form 55
  Attachment 8 - Iran Contracting Act of 2010 Affidavit
  Attachment 9 - Proposer Disclosure Form
  Attachment 10 - LACERS List of Form 700 Filers
Appendix B Standard Provisions for City Contracts (Rev. 03/09)
Appendix C Insurance Requirements of Awarded Contractor

Questions and Addenda NEW

Release Date
March 1, 2016
Proposal Due Date Friday, April 8, 2016, 3:00 p.m. PST
  At: Los Angeles City Employees' Retirement System
Management and Office Services Section
  202 W. First St, Suite 500
  Los Angeles, CA 90012-4401
All questions must be submitted in
writing no later than
Wednesday, March 30, 2016, 3:00 p.m. PST
  Any questions concerning the RFP and all answers will also be posted on the LACERS website.
To RFP Administrator Dan Goto
  Los Angeles City Employees' Retirement System
  E-mail – daniel.goto@lacers.org
  Phone – (213) 473-7276
Official RFP Notices/Addendums To ensure that no firm is provided advantage over another, all requirements are specified in this RFP. Any changes to the requirements will be posted as an addendum to the RFP on the LACERS website: http://www.lacers.org/aboutlacers/request-for-proposals/index.html. Proposers are solely responsible for monitoring website and adhering to RFP addendums.
Prohibited Communications From the RFP release date until a contract for these services is fully executed, firms are prohibited from communicating with Board members or staff, other than the RFP Administrator, concerning this RFP or the resulting contract. Any communications could be considered attempts to lobby or market services, and is therefore prohibited by LACERS’ Marketing Cessation Policy. Firms will be disqualified from contract consideration if the prohibition is not honored.