RFP: General Legal services

RFP: General Legal services-Hoopa Valley Housing Authority


General Legal Service

The Hoopa Valley Housing Authority will receive proposals for General Legal services until 4:30 p.m. February 28th, 2019. Proposals received after this time shall be rejected. All proposals shall be submitted by email and shall be reviewed according to a point rating system set forth below. The Housing Authority is an entity of the Hoopa Valley Tribe that manages low-income low rent and hombuyer homes on the Hoopa Valley Indian Reservation, which is located in Humboldt County.

Interested firms and attorneys must be experienced in working with Indian housing authorities or Indian tribes and working under the requirements of NAHASDA.

Proposals are invited from non-Indian and Indian-owned enterprises or organizations. The Housing Authority shall determine whether a firm or attorney is a 51% Indian and/or Alaskan Native-owned organization or economic enterprise, and if it receives preference in the award of this contract, based on proof of ownership submitted with the proposal.

The following point rating system shall be used in reviewing proposals:

A. General qualifications: 5

B. Past experience:

  1. Federal Indian and tribal law 15

  2. Indian housing law 25

  3. Tribal court litigation 10

  4. NEPA compliance 10

C. Indian preference: 15

D. Cost proposal: 20

Total: 100

Proposals must be submitted according to the specific RFP instructions, available by request from Candee McCovey, Executive Director, at (530)625-4759 or mccoveycm@hvha.us