The Office of the Attorney General (“OAG” or “Office”) is seeking assistant counsel (“Assistant Counsel” or “Assistant Labor Counsel”) to provide advice and counsel to various agencies and units of Maryland state government, primarily the Department of Budget and Management (“DBM” or “Department”). Offerors are invited to submit proposals in conformance with the requirements described below.
Full RFP here.
The Office of the Attorney General ("OAG") is seeking Special Outside Energy Counsel ("Special Counsel") to provide advice and legal services, under the direction of the OAG, to various agencies and units of Maryland state government, including the University System of Maryland ("USM") and its constituent institutions (the "Institution" or "Institutions"), the Department of General Services ("DGS"), the Maryland Stadium Authority ("MSA"), Maryland Department of Transportation ("MOOT") and its modal agencies, Maryland Energy Administration ("MEA") and other to-be-identified State institutions, agencies and units (all such institutions, agencies, and units of State government collectively are referred to below as the "State," including in those instances where an individual institution, agency, or unit is the client under a Task Order, as defined in Section II). Illustrative matters on which the Special Counsel may work may include, without limitation, issues relating to the operation of the generation plant located at University of Maryland College Park ("UMCP"), generation equipment located at the Camden Yards Sports Complex, master agreements for financial derivatives that stabilize the cost of natural gas and electricity, procurement of alternative energy sources, matters relating to utility rate-setting, and the analysis And structuring of potential methods of finance for new or existing energy projects. Neither OAG nor the State can make any estimate of the types or amounts of matters that may arise during the term of the contract(s) which result from this Request for Proposals ("RFP''). We welcome responses from all law firms with strong subject matter expertise in one or more of the categories of work described in Section 1 under Categories of Work - an expertise in every category of work described in that section is not a prerequisite for responding to this solicitation. It is the intention of the Attorney General to award more than one Contract (as defined in Section IJI.M.) to address what could be disparate legal needs of the State.
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