Virginia’s Fairfax County is requesting proposals from agencies that can provide marketing services.

The Northern Virginia county, which borders Washington, D.C, counts a population of more than one million and is home to several government agencies, including the CIA, National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency and Office of the Director of National Intelligence.

Fairfax County’s Office of Public Affairs, the county’s central communications office for marketing and communication services, is looking for an agency that can provide marketing and communications services on an as-needed basis for a variety of occasions.

Scope of the work includes: developing communications, advertising and marketing plans; providing brand development support as well as multimedia design and production capabilities; providing strategic counsel for digital and social media communications efforts; planning events such as groundbreaking and ribbon-cutting ceremonies; and research.

Terms of the contract call for a three-year commitment with the option of two one-year renewals as agreed by all parties.

Proposals are due by 2:00 p.m. (EST) on March 8 and should be submitted electronically through Fairfax County’s Bonfire eProcurement portal: https://fairfaxcounty.bonfirehub.com.

An optional online pre-proposal conference will be held at 10:00 a.m. (EST) on Feb. 16 via Teams. All interested participants must register at this link.

Questions should be directed to Flor Morrobel, [email protected].

Download the RFP (PDF).