NABC Now Accepting Submissions in Response to 2012 Administrative Services RFP - BodyShop Business

NABC Now Accepting Submissions in Response to 2012 Administrative Services RFP

The National Auto Body Council (NABC) has announced that the Request for Proposal (RFP) for its 2012 administrative services contract is open and available for viewing and download from the NABC website.

The organization is accepting submissions now from prospective administrative services providers in response to the RFP, including their current provider, Creative Marketing Associates (CMA). Submissions will be accepted through Oct. 20, 2011. The formal start date of the new contract is set for Jan. 1, 2012.

The administrative services provider takes direction from the NABC executive director and president, essentially supplying full-time staffing for the NABC office with appropriate backup. It is responsible for providing a broad range of services vital to the NABC. These include, but are not limited to, providing ongoing information to and answering queries from NABC members through a variety of media; dues invoicing and collection for all member categories; maintaining the membership database; conducting all-member mailings; publishing and circulating minutes, press releases and other important NABC documents; and planning and administering NABC events, including trade show participation and fund-raising activities.

This open submission process is indicative of the NABC’s ongoing commitment to transparency in review of its operations, the association says.

“The effort is an attempt to ensure the best options and proposals have been brought forth,” said NABC Treasurer Fred Iantorno. “NABC is pleased to have completed and make available this important document, and welcomes all qualified companies and individuals to submit a proposal in response to it.”

For additional information on the RFP process, contact Fred Iantorno at (847) 498-6945.

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