The Alaska Permanent Fund Corp., which was formed in 1980 to manage and invest the state’s oil revenues, wants proposals for creating and running a strategic communications campaign.

It has budgeted a maximum $600K for a two-year effort.

APFC’s five-year strategic communications goals are geared to highlighting its commitment to support the stability and sustainability of the fund; educating stakeholders; and strengthening brand reputation.

The RFP defines stakeholders as Alaska residents, citizen interest groups, state and local government entities and global partners.

They have a “shared interest in the successful management and investment of the APFC to deliver outstanding risk-adjusted returns for the benefit of all generations of Alaskans.”

The selected firm must be able to provide supporting services—in-house or via subcontractors—in areas such as content creation, marketing/advertising, research, brand support, graphic design, animation, video production, social/digital media, crisis communications, media training, multicultural outreach and event planning/support.

Proposals are due March 30. They can be emailed to [email protected] or mailed to:

Alaska Permanent Fund Corp.
Attention: Jedediah Smith
RFP Number: FY23-007, Communications Support Services
801 W. 10th, Ste. 302
Juneau, AK 99801

Read the RFP (PDF).