Saturday, November 17, 2018

Authoritative article regarding Unsolicited Proposals - Article One, authored by Al Dotson, Jr., Esq.

I am providing more information regarding unsolicited proposals.  Proposals of this type are not improper; to the contrary, they are common and provide a vehicle for the private sector to provide an opportunity that the applicable government did not know existed. See: Unsolicited Proposals for Public-Private Partnerships, Thursday, November 1, 2018, published in The National Law Review, authored by Albert E. Dotson, Jr., Partner in the law firm of Bilzin Sumberg

The article provides additional insight regarding the State of Florida’s P3 law, which provides the authorization for private firms to submit unsolicited proposals to state and local agencies.

As explained by Attorney Dotson, Esq., "Ordinarily, if the government likes the new idea, it must then conduct a competitive process that permits other firms to submit alternative proposals."

I am providing resources such as this article to assist interested readers; be they members of the Village Council, Staff, or fellow residents for purpose of taking some of the rumor and uncertainty out of the process.

CLICK HERE to view prior articles on this blog relating to Palmetto Bay’s Unsolicited Proposal-Mixed Use Downtown Development - UP No. 1819-00-002

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