Unsolicited proposal definition

Unsolicited proposal means a written proposal for a public-private initiative that is submitted by a private entity for the purpose of entering into an agreement with the department but that is not in response to a formal solicitation or request issued by the department.
Unsolicited proposal means a written proposal that is submitted on the initiative of the offeror for the purposes of obtaining a contract with this state and that is not in response to a formal or informal request from this state.
Unsolicited proposal means a written proposal for a new or innovative idea that is submitted to an agency on the initiative of the offeror for the purpose of obtaining a con- tract with the Government, and that is not in response to a request for proposals, Broad Agency Announcement, Small Business Innovation Research topic, Small Business Tech- nology Transfer Research topic, Program Research and Development Announcement, or any other Government-ini- tiated solicitation or program.

Examples of Unsolicited proposal in a sentence

  • Unsolicited proposal means a written proposal for a new or innovative idea that is submitted to an agency on the initiative of the offeror for the purpose of obtaining a contract with the Gov- ernment, and that is not in response to a request for proposals, Broad Agency Announcement, Small Business Inno- vation Research topic, Small Business Technology Transfer Research topic, Program Research and Development Announcement, or any other Govern- ment-initiated solicitation or program.

  • Unsolicited proposal" means a written proposal for a public-private initiative that is submitted by a private entity for the purpose of entering into an agreement with the department but that is not in response to a formal solicitation or request issued by the department.

  • Unsolicited proposal means a written proposal for a new or innovative idea that is submitted to an agency on the initiative of the offeror for the purpose of obtaining a contract with the Government, and that is not in response to a request for proposals, Broad Agency Announcement, Small Business Innovation Research topic, Small Business Technology Transfer Research topic, Program Research and Development Announcement, or any other Government-initiated solicitation or program.

  • Unsolicited proposal may only be considered for PPP projects which are not part of PPP programs already published at national or local level and for projects which demonstrate unique innovative solutions that are fit for purpose to the government’s needs and which could not be otherwise acquired by normal competitive means.

  • Unsolicited proposal in Malaysia seems to be a catalyst for the nation in procuring varied facilities and services.


More Definitions of Unsolicited proposal

Unsolicited proposal means a proposal that is:
Unsolicited proposal means submission from any source whereby a User Division believes that the proposal may be of benefit to the County and the information has not been submitted in response to a bid call;
Unsolicited proposal means any proposal relating to the implementation of an infrastructure project that is not submitted in response to a request or solicitation issued by the contracting authority within the context of a selection procedure;
Unsolicited proposal means a proposal for a PPP project submitted by the private initiator upon its own initiative to the contracting authority (and/or other relevant competent body) and not in response to a request or solicitation issued by the contracting authority in the context of a selection procedure under this law.
Unsolicited proposal means a written proposal for a qualifying project that is
Unsolicited proposal means an "unsolicited proposal" as that term is used in section 27.5 of the Rules and only includes proposals from private entities for development of a facility or improvement that TxDOT is legally authorized to develop.
Unsolicited proposal means a proposal made by a private party to undertake a public private partnership project submitted at the initiative of the private party.