Pool RFPs

RFP Posting Policy

The AGRiP website is a resource center for AGRiP member pools, QEI Patrons and Partners. The goal of the RFP listings page is to assist active AGRiP member pools in attaining cost effective services.

Postings can be made on behalf of Regular and Affiliate AGRiP member pools, and sponsoring associations.

AGRiP will post the RFP with links to the website of the pool that issues the request and the RFP document. RFPs are removed from the AGRiP website after the proposal deadline has passed.

Upon request, AGRiP will provide a member pool with a list of QEI Patrons or Partner members that provide the service outlined in the RFP, for no cost.

Pool RFPs

Special Districts Association of Oregon (SDAO) and Special Districts Insurance Services (SDIS) are conducting an RFP for financial auditing services. The initial term of the contract will be for three (3) years auditing the periods July 1, 2023 to June 30, 2026. SDAO and SDIS require separate audited financial statements. An option for two additional one‐year terms may be considered if mutually agreed upon in writing by both parties.

For further details, view RFP.

Any audit firm requiring further clarification of the proposal procedures contained herein should submit specific questions to Michael Doherty at mdoherty@sdao.com. Proposer's written questions and requests received by March 15, 2024.

Proposals must be received by 11:00 a.m., PST March 22, 2024


The Texas Association of School Boards Risk Management Fund (TASB RMF) is seeking proposals from interested firms for actuarial services. 

Proposals and any questions about the RFP should be directed to either Alicia Schwarzlose or Mary Kate Rice.

All proposals must be submitted electronically by 5 P.M. CST on Friday, March 15, 2024. Please reference the RFP for further information and submission instructions.

Texas Association of School Boards (TASB) staff will conduct a pre-proposal webinar on Monday, February 12, 2024, at 1 P.M. (CST) to provide additional information about the Fund and to respond to questions about this RFP.

  • Interested firms can participate in the webinar by contacting Alicia Schwarzlose or Mary Kate Rice for a calendar appointment and Zoom meeting link.
  • Please submit any questions regarding the Fund or this RFP that you would like addressed during the webinar to Alicia Schwarzlose or Mary Kate Rice by 5:00 P.M. (CST) on Tuesday, February 6, 2024.


The League of Minnesota Cities Insurance Trust (LMCIT) is seeking firms and others that could potentially provide a learning management system on which it can place Peace officer Accredited TRaining OnLine (PATROL), an online training program that serves Minnesota law enforcement agencies. If your firm would like to be considered as part of this process, we are requesting you complete the Learning Platform RFQ Template (Minnesota), and email it to Laura Honeck, LMCIT Operations Manager, at lhoneck@lmc.org. Qualifications are due on or before March 1, 2024. All questions or clarifications must be in writing and submitted to Laura Honeck as well. More information about LMCIT, PATROL, and the RFQ process and schedule, can be found in this explanatory document.

RFPs or RFQs for products, services or vendors are published in this space at no cost to member pools. Contact AGRiP to have an RFP or RFQ added to this page.