Request for Proposals - RFP
Request for Proposals for a Contractor to Assist in the Management and Marketing of the Middle School Energy Conservation Outreach Program
- 473-15-00509 - Notice
- 473-15-00509 - Addendum 1
- 473-15-00509 - Exhibit A
The Public Utility Commission of Texas (PUCT) is issuing this request for proposal (RFP) for a contractor to assist in the management and marketing of the PUCT's Power to Save Texas Middle School Program selected middle schools, preferably, but not limited to, in Dallas, Harris, Hidalgo, and Tarrant counties. Open Date: 06/08/15 02:00 PM CT
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