Special thanks to the claims manager who has shared that Citizens has now posted the names of the 30 adjusting firms selected to fill the new RFP for daily and catastrophe claims.
The information is not in the usual Awarded or Closed Purchasing documents but is listed in the FUTURE Meeting dates section for the Board of Govenor meetings due to a 6/18/2008 2:30 PM Claims Committee meeting where they are seeking approval on their selection of these 30 firms out of the 69 firms submitting RFP documents.
Here are the links to read all of their uploaded documents as they have posted on their website:
**UPDATE 6/19- they’ve now moved the meeting notes to the PAST meetings link when you click on the Board of govenors notes. Here is the new link where you’ll find all of the documents
**note if your system is like mine, I get a security warning any time I try to access a Citizens web page but if you just keep refreshing your web browser the page will eventually come up
These are the documents they presently have uploaded on the left side of this link to the June 18, 2008 Claims committee meeting:
Main Agenda Document:
02A: 02A RFP 08 0016.pdf
02B: 02B 08 0016 Addendum.pdf
03A: 03A IA Daily CAT Exec Summary.pdf
03B: 03B Exhibit A RFP Timeline.pdf
03C: 03C Exhibit B Statement of Work.pdf
03D: 03D Exhibit C Contract Terms and Conditions.pdf
03E: 03E Exhibit D Firms Recommended.pdf
It is my understanding directly from the claim manager who advised the documents were posted that they have not yet received communication from Citizens notifying them that they were not selected/were selected. They found the information by searching the web site as well. I had been watching it every several hours for the announcement but in the usual places for Awarded and Closed purchasing documents.
This is a major disappointment for the firms not selected who participated and incurred the expense to host the new face to face training for the 2008 storm season and now “feel like lame ducks” knowing they will work catastrophe claims in 2008 but not selected for 2009. Our sympathies are with these firms.
Make sure to read all of the documents uploaded for their meeting this afternoon as they contain timelines for the transitions for the new firms who will be working as well as designated training periods for the new vendors.
We note that there are several firms not on the current list of 46 firms for the 2008 season so we’ll be furnishing website links for the new firms as soon as we have the list completed for our members over at ClaimSmentor.