The Puyallup Tribe of Indians (“Tribe”) is accepting proposals to redesign the existing Tribe’s website (https://puyalluptribe-nsn.gov). This RFP aims to provide a fair evaluation for all candidates and provide the candidates with the evaluation criteria against which they will be judged. Full solicitation can be found at http://news.puyalluptribe-nsn.gov/request-for-proposal-website-redesign
Time of Completion
November 29, 2021
Rolling questions, answered as received.
January 28, 2022
Finalist Vendor Selection
February 25, 2022
March 25, 2022
October 8, 2022
November 9, 2022
User Acceptance & Testing
December 9, 2022
January 9, 2023
Create a flexible, informative, up-to-date website that is easy to maintain and is viewable by desktop and mobile devices. In addition to designing a user-friendly site with an intuitive interface, you must also incorporate a content management system that allows critical personnel to update content without directly accessing source code quickly. Our current site uses WordPress, but the Tribe is committed to an open-source content management software solution for our needs but does not prefer a specific platform like WordPress.
For pages and content that is not yet in existence, the preference is to have user-selectable, predefined templates to choose from that dictate the layout and color scheme. Our new site should engage visitors by presenting attractive visual images, intuitive navigation, and concise messaging while at the same time increasing functionality and ease of use. The incorporated tools must allow for timely delivery of content using basic technical skills and limited personnel. Clearly articulate key messaging from the Tribe more effectively by making it easy for the Tribe to share and post information and for users to find and interact with the information
To meet our goals, our new site must:
- Improve usability of the website
- Provide a modern, relevant design update
- Showcase the departments and programs at the Tribe
- Engage site visitors
- Provide a scalable and manageable solution
- Be safe and secure
All questions about the project and this RFP must be submitted electronically via email to Michael Thompson at RFP_Website@PuyallupTribe-nsn.gov by at least one week before the due date. All Tribal responses to questions will be provided to each respondent.
Interested parties will submit complete proposals electronically via email no later than 5:00 PM PST on January 28, 2022 to Michael Thompson at RFP_Website@PuyallupTribe-nsn.gov. All paper submissions or incomplete proposals will be disqualified and discarded without review.