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SRF Status Reports on DMC Transportation and questions about MWO supply chain

June 24, 2016 Public Report On DMC Transportation Infrastructure Management


Contents

Background

A number of DMC Transportation RFP questions were brought up by Susan Park Rani, DMC board member

http://www.ustream.tv/channel/19299850 at 01:01:07

including:

1. What was the selection process for companies to attend the 3/2/2016 meeting? Who got invited? Were there any MWO participants?

2. Did the 3/2/16 meeting pass on exclusive information that favored firms at the meeting in the RFQ/RFP process?

3. Have DMC EDA and the City of Rochester, via their transit program consulting firm, SRF, conveniently taken the easy path and defaulted to using a closed network of establishment "quality/schedule proven" vendors thereby inadvertently excluding potential MWO participants.

 

References:

Screen shots of streaming videos to add more context to the concerns

 

Public Media Reporting

PB Editorial

Attachments

 

SFR May Report

 

SRF 3/2/2016 Meeting Agenda

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Feb SRF 2016 Report

 

Jan 2016

 

 

December 2016 Report

 

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June 24, 2016 Public Report On DMC Transportation Infrastructure Management

 


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Date: 2016/06/24

Last Modification Date: 2016-10-10T21:14:49-05:00

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