Closes 12/01/17

Consultant for Cold War Era Official National Park Service Interpretative Handbook

National Conference of State Historic Preservation Officers

Washington, DC

Request for Proposals

Academia, Government, Historic Preservation, Historic Site Interpretation, Museums & Historical Societies, Non-profit

The National Park Service (NPS) is seeking the services of a qualified individual, firm, or organization (contractor) through a cooperative agreement with the National Conference of State Historic Preservation Officers (NCSHPO) to produce a complete NPS interpretative handbook for the Cold War era, according to requirements specified in the attached Request for Proposals (RFP). The contract is to be administered by NCSHPO and the work prepared for and completed in coordination with the NPS’ National Historic Landmarks Program (NHL Program) and History Program. The project is expected to produce a complete, print-ready draft of an official NPS interpretative handbook for the Cold War era, including all research, writing, photograph selection, and layout and design. The format of the handbook is anticipated to be an edited collection of essays and photographs, consistent with NPS standards and other similar NPS publications.

Interested contractors should submit a proposal and cost estimate in response to this RFP to NCSHPO no later than 5:00 p.m. EST on December 1, 2017. Electronic copies of proposals may be directed to Ms. Sharon Smith, NCSHPO Business Manager, at [email protected]

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