Rfi Isat Integrated Self-assessed Business Tax and Revenue System.
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What is it?
The current Integrated Self-Assessed Tax System is used to track various tax payer information which includes, but is not limited to, tax payments, business registration, and accounting information. The tax payments and fees that are tracked include the Facility Usage Fee, Local Service, Earned Income, Amusement, Payroll Preparation, Institution & Service Privilege, Deed Transfer, and Parking taxes. The current software runs reports/jobs relating to accounts receivable, business information, taxes, and record processing. The objectives of the proposed Integrated Self-Assessed Business Tax and Revenue System are to have the same functionality of the old system as well as improve efficiency, minimize cost, improve customer service, and save clerical time and effort. The proposed system will be a major component of tracking and collecting all revenue for the City of Pittsburgh.
Download Opportunity Documents
Not sure where to start? The document labeled as an RFP (Request for Proposals), RFQ (Request for Qualifications), or IFB (Invitation for Bid) will contain more detailed instructions about the project timeline, what we're looking for, and how to put together a proposal.
How do I bid?
Sealed proposals must be received by the time indicated in the soliciation document on the last day of the submission period. See document for specific instructions concerning printed and/or digital copies. Postmarks are not sufficient. Proposals by fax and email will not be accepted.
Mail or deliver proposals to the address detailed in the main solicitation document (RFP, IFB, RFQ).
April 04, 2016
Opportunity opens for submissions.
May 04, 2016 at 03:00PM EDT
Deadline to submit proposals.
Have a question?
We'd be happy to answer it! Send it in to Stephanie Dorman at email@example.com.
Please refer to the timeline section of the opportunity documents to see when the question & answer period opens and closes.