OACS company would be a good match:
SEIU, the largest union in the United States, is looking to hire a
vendor to build us an Extranet using Open Source from the ground up.
So far, I've been having trouble finding enough bidders; most of the
usual suspects in the nonprofit world don't do open source. Does
anyone have some suggestions? I've attached our RFP to give you a
sense of what we are looking for.
So far, our problem has been that most bidders have either:
* wanted to use Cold Fusion or some other proprietary system--by far
the biggest problem
* wanted to use Perl, Python, or PhP rather than building off an
existing applications platform such as Zope or Midguard; we don't
want to reinvent the wheel
* been a one or two-person shop that couldn't provide enough service
for an organization as large as we are; we use one-person shops for
lots of our projects, but this this sytem will be supporting staff
from 250 locals around the country.
Any suggestions? If you know anyone who'd be interested, please feel
free to forward this e-mail to them and suggest that they contact
John Westenberg (firstname.lastname@example.org) or myself (email@example.com)
immediately. If at all possible we want to get the proposals back by
May 31st -- and since all we are asking for is a basic robust content
management system, they shouldn't be too hard to do. Any help would
be greatly appreciated.