Municipal Pooling Authority Information Managed Care Services
Municipal Pooling Agency

Michael Pattenaude
Listing Date: 2/04/20
Archive Date: 2/28/20

Municipal Pooling Authority (MPA) is seeking proposals from qualified firms to provide third party Workers’ Compensation Managed Care Services in a comprehensive, coordinated and timely manner.

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San Bernardino County Employees' Retirement Association (SBCERA)
Property & Casualty Insurance and Broker Services

Stacey Barnier
Listing Date: 1/27/20
Archive Date: 2/28/20

The San Bernardino County Employees’ Retirement Association (SBCERA) is an independent, awardwinning multiple-employer defined benefit plan. SBCERA administers service retirement, disability retirement, and death benefits on behalf of nearly 42,000 members and beneficiaries. SBCERA serves 18 employers throughout California and invests more than $10 billion in assets. SBCERA was established on January 1, 1945 under the California County Employees Retirement Law of 1937 (CERL) following a vote by the people of the County on May 16, 1944. For more than 75 years, SBCERA has been providing the promised benefits to its members and beneficiaries while ensuring the plan remains solid and secure.

As part of continuing and ongoing due diligence in the procurement of all professional services, SBCERA seeks to review alternative insurance programs and insurance broker services within the context of a competitive process. The purpose of such a process is to ensure SBCERA receives the broadest coverage and exceptional service at a cost that is reflective of current market conditions. SBCERA has engaged the services of independent risk management consulting firm G2 Risk Consulting (G2 Risk) to assist in this process. In addition to the above, SBCERA seeks to achieve a common expiration/renewal date of July 1 for all coverages.

Please refer to Appendix A-K of this RFQ/P for additional important notices, information about our operations, current insurance programs, and preliminary underwriting information.

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City of Huntington Beach
General Liability Third Party Claims Administration

Cathleen Serrano
Listing Date: 1/14/20
Archive Date: 2/3/20

The City maintains a program of self-insurance for general liability pursuant to the California Tort Claims Act with a Self-Insured Retention of $1,000,000.00. The City is soliciting Request for Proposals ("RFP") from qualified liability claims administrators ("TPA") to assist the City in administering such a program including the investigation, adjustment, processing, supervision and resolution of claims asserted by third parties against the City, its officers, agents and employees. The City’s current agreement is set to expire on March 16, 2020, and in accordance with City policies and procedures, this Request for Proposal shall be carried out in an effort to solicit responses from firms capable of providing the required services and to retain the most qualified firm to provide these services to the City.

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City of Vernon
Worker’s Compensation Third Party Claims Administration RFP

Karina Rueda
Listing Date: 10/10/19
Archive Date: 11/6/19

The City of Vernon (“City”) is requesting proposals from qualified Third Party Claims Administrators (hereinafter referred to as the “Administrator or TPA”) to provide workers compensation claims administration services for the City’s self-insured Worker’s Compensation Program. The TPA contract includes, but not limited to: reporting injuries, employee contact, providing lost time and salary information, training for managers, supervisors, and employees, assisting with early return to work programs, payment of benefit and expenses, and maintenance of the City’s worker’s compensation claim files. The City maintains a self-insured retention level of $1,000,000 and excess insurance coverage up to the state statutory limits. 

The City will select one firm, based on demonstrated competence and the firm’s ability to provide high quality claims administrative services at a cost effective approach, to review, design, conduct, and assist in the administration of worker’s compensation files. 

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Jenna Edwards Media
Aggressive Optimism

Jenna Edwards
Listing Date: 09/15/2019

Pulling from Jenna's 20+ years in the entertainment industry where she's had to manage 1,000+ people on various projects, Jenna tells stories emphasizing the need for aggressive optimism on a regular basis. From finding a win-win situation in order to secure a free SWAT team for one of her movies (not having them come in for free would have eaten up a quarter of the total budget) to working with some pretty large actor egos in order to get the best performance, Jenna has had to focus on solutions and keeping people happily moving toward the goal. That's what aggressive optimism is: the belief that you can overcome any circumstance in order to achieve a positive outcome.

The take aways from this talk are:
A step by step way to apply aggressive optimism to any situation Mindset game the audience can do whenever they are faced with an obstacle.
Stories and examples of how Jenna was able to use aggressive optimism on her various jobs and projects 

Kathryn Orford Enterprises
Exceptional Results; how to turn your team into an Exceptional Performance Machine

Kathryn Orford
Listing Date: 09/15/2019

How to create a culture that ensures every member of your team is performing at the highest level so that your profits skyrocket, retention rates improve dramatically and you have guaranteed job security!

3-5 Takeaways
~ How to set the foundation for exceptional results.
~ The key to rewarding members of your team ~ How to re-program negative self talk ~ Daily rituals to set you and your team up for success.
~ How to anchor in success to create a foundation for continued success.

Introduction to Emotional and Social Intelligence

Jason Kiesau
Listing Date: 07/19/2019

Emotional and Social Intelligence is today's survival of the fittest. Those who can adapt to people and situations as needed will experience greater success and less stress personally and professionally. During this session participants will be challenged to reflect and rate themselves in four key areas with 15 sub-areas, identifying strengths and opportunities for growth. Once strengths and opportunities are identified they learn about their dominant pattern of behavior, needs for security and stress triggers; the foundation of Self-Awareness, Self-Management, Social Awareness and Relationship Management. Participants will walk away with actionable goals they can start to execute right away.

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Authority for California Cities Excess Liability c/o Alliant Insurance Services
Liability Claims Auditor RFP

Lorissa Huey
Listing Date: 01/02/2018

Attached please find the Request for Proposal (RFP) issued by the Authority for California Cities Excess Liability (ACCEL). 

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