City of Albany Community Center RFP

The City of Albany is announcing a request for proposals for consultants to provide Community Center Needs and Assessment and Location Study Services. The selected contractor of this Community Center RFP will perform an assessment to determine the level of demand for community services and programs such as gyms, pools, and weight rooms.

The Needs Assessment for this Community Center RFP will include a review of existing agency and nonprofit strategic plans. In addition, responsibilities will include meetings with key stakeholders and two public input meetings. The contractor’s work will help develop a Programming Plan. The City of Albany will then use this Plan to analyze how the Center’s needs can be efficiently addressed. Click here to view the full RFP.

Submission Timeline

The deadline for submission of this RFP is October 9, 2020 at 2:00 PM EST. Bidders should direct questions about this RFP to Brian Shea at bshea@albanyny.gov. Also, if you’re a Minority Business Enterprise or Women’s Business Enterprise, you are encouraged to submit a proposal.

The City of Albany will allow two options for submission. Contractors may submit electronically via BidNetDirect.com or by mail. Those submitting by mail should include four copies of the proposal in a sealed envelope marked “Proposal Enclosed – Community Center Needs Assessment and Location Study Services.” 

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Allegheny County Training Program RFP

If your company enjoys doing good in the community, this training program RFP is for you! Partner4Work, a workforce development organization in Pittsburgh and Allegheny County, is seeking proposals for a firm to identify training programs that will provide job seekers with recognized credentials that result in employment. Also, respondents will focus on serving one of three groups: young adults age 18-24, adults age 18 and older, or dislocated workers.

Partner4Work hopes to establish and strengthen collaborative partnerships between training programs, workforce development providers, and employers. Programs suggested in the training program RFP must have committed partners who will refer participants to training and provide additional services.

The programs proposed by respondents should also have employers who are willing to provide full-time employment once participants complete training. In addition, bidding organizations should include training programs in industries that match the High Priority Occupation list in Allegheny County:

  1. Construction
  2. Financial Services
  3. Transportation/Logistics
  4. Manufacturing 
  5. Healthcare 
  6. Information Technology/STEM 
  7. Public Sector
  8. Transportation 
  9. Retail & Hospitality

Submission Timeline

Potential contractors should address all questions or requests for additional information in writing to rfp@partner4work.org by September 30, 2020, no later than 5:00 PM EST. Responses must be received by Monday, October 12, 2020 at 9:00 AM EST via email at rfp@partner4work.org. When submitting, applicants should address the email subject line as “Pipeline Project [Organization name].”

After a winning bidder is selected, the initial funding for this training program RFP will be awarded for eight months. The award will be provided from November 1, 2020 – June 30, 2021. Click here for more information. 

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Historic Preservation RFP for the City of Tacoma

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Time to shed some light on another great RFP opportunity! The City of Tacoma Department of Public Utilities, Light Division (Tacoma Power) has announced a request for proposals for on-call Historic Preservation consulting services. The selected contractors will then assist Tacoma Power staff in assessing historic properties on Tacoma Power lands.

In addition, these contractors will also help in the development and preparation of studies, reports, operation and maintenance plans, protection/treatment measures, and other services. Tacoma Power plans to select two firms for this historic preservation RFP. Both will assist with large-scale and small-scale projects.

The majority of the historic preservation RFP work will occur in Lewis, Mason, Pierce, Thurston, and Grays Harbor counties at Tacoma Power’s hydroelectric projects. However, contractors may also respond to occasional requests for historic preservation consulting services in other City of Tacoma-designated areas.

Submission Timeline

If you are interested in submitting a bid for this historic preservation RFP, please contact Samol Hefley, Senior Buyer, by email at shefley@cityoftacoma.org. Proposals are due Tuesday, October 13, 2020 at 11:00 AM Pacific Time.

Responses can be submitted by email to bids@cityoftacoma.org. The maximum file size accepted is 35 MB. As such, you may send multiple emails for each submission. To read more about this opportunity, visit the City of Tacoma site.

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Engineering and Architecture RFP for the City of Chilhowie

The City of Chilhowie is receiving proposals for a professional firm to manage the Chilhowie Pedestrian Connector Phase II project. Once selected, the winning offeror of this engineering and architecture RFP will be responsible for design, project management, funding coordination, survey and/or easement acquisition, permitting, construction administration, and more.

This project will improve the city’s infrastructure. It will consist of a new sidewalk on Lee Highway from N. Church Ave to Chilhowie’s downtown business district at the intersection of E. Main Street and 2nd Street. To complete the work, the winning engineering and architecture firm will be using computerized design and drafting systems compatible with the Virginia Department of Transportation’s automated design and drafting systems.

Submission Timeline

Please contact Public Works Director Jay Keen at (276) 646-3232 with questions about this engineering and architecture RFP. Responding firms must submit five written copies of the RFP at or before 4:00 p.m. on September 17, 2020. Town Manager John Clark will be receiving proposals. Click here for more information.

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Remote Work Hub RFP for Common

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Common, a community-driven residential brand, has announced a request for proposals (RFP) for their Remote Work Hub. For the project, it is selecting a website to be the first to address the effects of COVID-19 on the distributed workforce and the barriers to remote work. Common will choose the site that is most accommodating to individuals working from home.

With the government issuing lockdowns in March and April 2020 in response to COVID-19, employers have had to coordinate a distributed workforce, resorting to a learn-as-you-go approach. Employees who were working in offices in high-rent cities are now looking to move to smaller cities. This provides an opportunity for these more sparsely-populated areas to see growth from a tech-driven workforce. Common’s goal in creating a Remote Work Hub is to develop a new product for the changing residential landscape and attract talent to cities that had previously experienced low economic growth.

Submission Timeline

For questions regarding this Remote Work Hub RFP, please email Molly Graizzaro at molly.graizzaro@common.com. Both public and private sector groups are encouraged to apply and attend the informational session on September 2nd. Initial questions are due in September 2020, with two stages of selection following the first round of questions. An expert jury will assist in selecting a winner in January 2021.

To view the full RFP and an overview of the Remote Work Hub, visit Common’s website.

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La Marqueta Community Partner RFP

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On behalf of the City of New York, the New York City Economic Development Corporation (NYCEDC) is seeking qualified proposals for organizations to serve as community partners to the La Marqueta Public Market. For this community partner RFP, respondents can be organizations, consultants, agencies or companies with experience in event planning and execution, marketing, branding, public relations, food and beverage sales and marketing, and/or community outreach.

La Marqueta, which is located in East Harlem, between E. 111th and E. 119th Street, is organized into eight separate lots and presently hosts a garden center, incubator and food production kitchens, an event and programming space (La Placita) and a public market.

The goal of this procurement is to select a partner who will independently plan, produce, and execute marketing activities and cultural programming at and on behalf of La Marqueta.

Submission Timeline

For questions regarding this community partner RFP, please email LaMarquetaCP@edc.nyc. Questions will not be accepted after 8/11/2020 and answers to all questions will be posted by 8/18/2020.

You can find detailed submission guidelines outlined within the RFP. To download a copy of the solicitation documents, visit edc.nyc/rfps. You can also use the aforementioned website to upload your RFP response.

Please note that responses to this community partner RFP are due on 8/25/2020.

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Face Mask RFP for the University of Maryland, College Park

The University of Maryland, Procurement & Strategic Sourcing Department is seeking proposals to pre-qualify vendors to provide branded and non-branded face masks.

This request is for pre-qualification purposes only. But, the vendor must return the completed certification with the response and provide a sample product on or before July 6, 2020.

Specifications for face masks include the following:

–100 percent tightly woven cotton blend (preference is for cotton, but a 65 percent cotton/35 percent poly tightly woven fabric may be accepted)

–Multi-layered

–Fits snug to the face

–High-grade loop ear elastic or string tie

–Double stitching at loop joining

–Machine washable with shrinkage of less than 3 percent

–Includes care and maintenance instructions

The estimated quantities for branded and unbranded adult masks ranges from 22,000 to 110,000 for employees and students. Notably, this quantity range is for the initial order, which is required on or before August 14, 2020. 

Submission Timeline

Return this request by email to Margaret Bean at mbean@umd.edu. The University of Maryland will only consider companies whose samples meet the requirements for participation in the Invitation for Bids.

Also, the Invitation for Bids will be issued to qualifying vendors no later than the week of July 13, 2020. The turnaround will be one week from the date of issuance to allow adequate time for production.

To learn more about this opportunity, visit the State Government of Maryland website.

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RFP for City Planning in Cleveland

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The City of Cleveland (the City) and its City Planning Commission are asking for proposals from consulting firms to prepare a Vision Zero Action Plan. The plan will focus on the City’s commitment to systemic change leading to the elimination of traffic fatalities and serious injuries while increasing health, safety, and equitable mobility for all.

There are two major components to the plan that Cleveland seeks:

1. A Citywide Action Strategy to address Vision Zero goals through policy and systems change, especially in data/evaluation, street design/engineering, community education/engagement, enforcement, maintenance, and fleet decisions; and

2. A High Injury Network Action Strategy to address location-specific safety issues on high injury corridors that is grounded in a data- and public-informed process.

Cleveland will host a pre-proposal conference for interested bidders, online via WebEx on Wednesday, June 24, 2020 at 3:00pm. Attendance is not mandatory, but the City is encouraging proposers to join the web conference if they can. To register for this conference and other information related to this RFP, email Calley Mersmann, City Planning Commission, at cmersmann@clevelandohio.gov.

Submission Timeline for this City Planning RFP Opportunity

To be considered for contract award, qualified proposers should submit an electronic proposal in PDF to the City no later than Friday, July 17, 2020. Also, please email cmersmann@clevelandohio.gov and carbon copy fcollier@clevelandohio.gov with the subject line “Proposal: Vision ZeroAction Plan, City of Cleveland.”

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Zoo Marketing Campaign RFP

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Dane County, Wisconsin has released a marketing agency RFP for interested bidders to create a Zoo marketing campaign for the Henry Vilas Zoo (HVZ).

From there, this bid’s initial scope of work will be followed by up to five years total of on call services as requested. These tasks will cover advertising, marketing, website development, and more.

More specifically, the Henry Vilas Zoo seeks continual development of an established, distinctive brand that will resonate with its target audiences. Specifically, the Zoo’s target audiences will be visitors, residents, stakeholders, donors and the community.

For example, the types of responsibilities in the initial campaign include:

  • Agency Services/Strategic Plan
  • Campaign Theme/Wordmark
  • Case for Support/Value Proposition
  • Pledge/Giving Levels
  • Membership Email Template
  • Membership Social Media Graphics/Messaging
  • Annual Giving Email Message/Template
  • Giving Letter
  • Annual Giving Social Media Graphics/Content
  • Campaign Website/Donation Landing Page
  • Capital Campaign Email Message
  • Social Media Graphics/Messaging
  • Capital Campaign Digital Online Ads
  • Campaign Videos

Submission Timeline for this Marketing Agency RFP Opportunity

Are you interested in this featured bid? If so, you are invited to submit your proposal as soon as possible. Proposals must be received in the Purchasing – Bid Dropbox located on the www.danepurchasing.com website. And the deadline for submitted proposals is May 20th.

Furthermore, all proposals must be saved in PDF format unless otherwise specified within the RFP document. Additionally, the file name shall include the RFP#, and name of business submitting the proposal.

Finally, for a complete Scope of Work and other details about this opportunity, interested agencies can visit https://www.danepurchasing.com/bids.

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RFP for Financial Consulting Services

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The University of Maryland, Baltimore County (UMBC) seeks proposals in its latest financial consulting RFP to develop, with the assistance and coordination of designated UMBC representatives, a financial aid optimization plan (FAOP).

Proposers must be able to provide expertise in developing and implementing strategic pricing and financial aid optimization strategies. Recommendations must be based on national best practices in public and private education. Proposers must be capable of providing analysis from external national data sources based on historical student yield. This data will be used to determine how the availability of financial aid affects enrollment decisions by prospective students.

The plan must include sections that summarize the information
collection process, data assessment, results/findings, strategies, goals, conclusions and recommendations, and performance metrics.

One of the priorities of UMBC’s Strategic Enrollment Plan is to “continue to employ financial aid optimization as a strategy to enhance undergraduate yield and retention outcomes”.

The plan must coordinate with and complement UMBC’s mission and vision statements as well as the institutional strategic plan which may be found at: https://planning.umbc.edu/strategic-plan/

Submission Timeline

If your business is looking for its next financial consulting RFP, and has the financial and/or consulting services that UMBC seeks, we invite you to access the full RFP here.

The RFP requests electronic proposal submission with a deadline for submission is April 20, 2020. If you have additional questions about this opportunity, you are welcome to contact The Bid Lab

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RFP for Student Health Center Services

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The University of Mary Washington seeks one qualified medical health and wellness provider with their latest health center RFP for Medical services at the Fredericksburg, Virginia campus.

Founded in 1908, the University of Mary Washington, is a public liberal arts institution located within the Commonwealth of Virginia in Fredericksburg, VA. UMW resides within an hour’s drive of both the nation’s Capital of Washington, D.C. and the State Capital of Richmond, VA.

The Center is open 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday. Tuesday hours are8:00 – 12noon and from 1:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m.

The Health Center typically see students for problems ranging from colds, allergies, urinary tract infections, and minor injuries to more serious problems like pneumonia.

Questions & Submission Timeline

If you would like to learn more about this opportunity, visit the University’s Procurement website today. Potential respondents have until March 11th, 2020 to submit any questions to Kmanaha2@umw.edu.

The deadline for submission is 2:00 p.m., March 30, 2020. Proposals must be submitted in a sealed envelope and delivered to:

University of Mary WashingtonProcurement Services /Reference RFP 20-1110Eagle Village Executive Offices, Suite 4801125 Jefferson Davis Hwy., Fredericksburg, VA 22401

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RFP for Bike Share Program

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The City of Wilmington, NC is soliciting proposals from qualified bike share firms for a turn-key, public bicycle sharing program to be operated within the Wilmington Metropolitan Urban Area Planning Organization (WMPO).

The region is growing rapidly led by significant multi-family and mixed use developments. The WMPO’s bicycle culture has changed dramatically over the last decade. Its population is also growing dramatically. Public officials predict the population in Wilmington and New Hanover County will increase by 57% between 2010 and 2040. Therefore, they are seeking a bicycle sharing program to improve transportation and recreation options for current and future residents, and visitors of the community.

The WMPO is governed by a 13-member Board which has approved the solicitation of proposals for the potential bike share program. Each member jurisdiction of the WMPO will be responsible for contracting directly with the selected firm.

Questions & Timeline

Potential respondents should email jennifer.goley@wilmingtonnc.gov to acknowledge receipt of the RFP and to inform the WMPO of its intent to respond. Provide the name, title, address, telephone and email address of the contact person. Addenda summarizing all questions and answers will be posted to the City website at www.wilmingtonnc.gov.

Questions concerning the specifications in this Request for Proposals (RFP) should be directed to the Project Manager. Questions will be received until Tuesday, February 18, 2020 at 5:00 pm.

Project Manager for the WMPO
Nick Cannon, Transportation Planner Email: nick.cannon@wilmingtonnc.gov
Phone: 910-341-7806

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Web-based Learning Management System (LMS) Bid

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Overview

The County of York in Virginia is seeking proposals to provide qualified training, as defined in this RFP through a Learning Management System (LMS) to serve an employee base of approximately 1000 personnel.

The web-based Learning Management System will serve users in all departments and divisions within the County. This will include without limitations, Administration, Planning and Development, Financial Management, Public Works, Information Technology, Community Services, Parks & Recreation, Sheriff, Fire and Life Safety, and Human Resources. Pricing proposals should account for 850 users (FT and PT) as well as for 1000 users (includes all other personnel).

The County seeks a Learning Management System that allows for listing and scheduling of both classroom and online trainings. Additionally, the LMS should provide functionality to create user accounts, supervisor roles, automation, scalability options, and more.

Questions & Timeline

Are you interested in submitting a proposal for this Web-based Learning Management System RFP? Respondents may submit questions or comments to the Contract Officer not later than 4:00 p.m. on February 7, 2020. Please see the below relevant contact information:

Contract Officer: Victor Robinson – Buyer
victor.robinson@yorkcounty.gov

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Incident Management Software RFP

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Overview

The National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) is seeking qualified vendors to develop an integrated incident management software. The goal is to assist the NTSB with its congressional mandate: investigating and reporting on all aviation accidents. In support of this mission, the NTSB runs a 24/7 Response Operations Center (ROC).

The cloud-based and web-enabled software should be centralized, secure and integrated with its existing software. Also, the incident management system will need to assist with the dissemination of accurate and timely information regarding any accidents via texting and other messaging services.

Additionally, the incident management software must have ability to process information for mission/tasking, situation reporting, and incident action planning. Staff will use the software to track, view, and print reports with the above information. The software will need to be available for use to at least 250 users simultaneously.

Questions & Timeline

If you’re interested in submitting a proposal for this RFP, all questions should be submitted to Janice R. McCoy at janice.mccoy@ntsb.gov by January 3rd at 4:00 PM ET.

RFP submissions for this incident management software RFP are due by January 17th at 5:00 PM ET. You can also submit your response via email. And, if you’re looking for more opportunities like this one, please visit NTSB’s website.

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Court Reporting Services RFP

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Overview

Citizens Property Insurance Corporation is seeking firms capable of providing court reporting services in the State of Florida. For the purposes of this RFP, all interested parties must be able to provide a minimum of five (5) court reporters.

Also, the firm must have been in business for at least two (2) years in order to participate. The majority of the litigation that the firm will be responsible for takes place in Broward, Miami-Dade and Palm Beach counties.

As of September 30, 2019, Citizens employed eight (8) court reporting firms and spent $4,752,000 on those contracts between 2015 and 2019. Citizens has 15,000 active claims in litigation.

While Citizens is interested in standard court reporting services, they would also like to explore additional options in this RFP. Some of these include conference room rental space, video and transcript synchronization, large volume invoicing solutions, remote depositions as well as other services and technologies.

Questions & Timeline

If you’re interested in submitting a proposal for this court reporting services RFP, there is a pre-proposal conference taking place on November 19th at 11:00 AM. Any questions regarding this RFP are due no later than November 22nd at 2:00 PM.

RFP submissions are due by December 12th at 2:30 PM. For more information on Citizens, please visit their website.

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Domestic Violence Services RFP

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Overview

Jackson County, Missouri is seeking qualified respondents for its domestic violence services RFP. The goal of the RFP is to develop and provide programs on behalf of the County for aiding adults and children who are victims of domestic violence.

The ideal candidate will provide Jackson County with information such as a summary of services offered (such as training programs, donating property, funding sources, etc.) and an estimate of the number of persons your shelter can serve. Jackson County wishes to have per unit charges included for each service offered. The contract term for this proposal is twelve months.

The Board of Domestic Violence Shelters will be evaluating all proposals and may wish to meet with the Executive Director and board members of the proposing entity at a mutually agreed upon time.

Questions & Timeline

If you’re interested in submitting a proposal for this domestic violence services RFP, all questions should be submitted to Barbara Casamento. Her email address is bcasamento@jacksongov.org.

RFP submissions are due by November 26, 2019 at 2:00 PM CST. An original plus two copies, as well as an electronic copy are required for proposal submissions. Other bids like this are located on Jackson County’s website.

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North Dakota Department of Human Services RFP

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Overview

The North Dakota Department of Human Services, Behavioral Health Division, has issued a request for proposal (RFP) for an adolescent residential treatment center to serve youth with a dual diagnosis.

The department is seeking a comprehensive program for adolescents with a substance use disorder, who need low or medium intensity residential treatment. The winning bidder’s plan must include individual psychotherapy, group psychotherapy, family support/education, medication management, as well as supported education case management. Additionally, the facility will have rehabilitative services, including skills training and integration.

This human services RFP is especially important because no such facility currently exists in the state. Thus, the winning candidate of this RFP will fill a great need in North Dakota. (Currently, youth in need of residential treatment are often sent out-of-state for care.)

Questions & Timeline

If you’re interested in submitting a proposal for this RFP, responses are due by October 4th and a notice of intent is expected around November. The contract is to begin no later than March 1, 2020.

You can find other bids like this one on North Dakota’s procurement website.

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East Harlem Housing Development RFP

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Overview

The New York City Department of Housing Preservation and Development (HPD) has announced the release of a competitive Request for Proposals (RFP) seeking plans to redevelop two sites in East Harlem that will include affordable housing alongside retail and community services.

The redevelopment site is located in the current East Harlem Multi-Service Center, located at 413 East 120th Street in Manhattan. The building currently serves as a hub for 12 non-profit community-based organizations. Winning proposals will include 100 percent affordable housing and new community/office space. Further, a minimum of 30 percent of the housing must serve formerly homeless households.

Also included in this RFP are plans to redevelop the New York Police Department (NYPD) 25th precinct parking lot located on the east side of Park Avenue between East 118th and East 119th Streets. The 75-space lot is currently used as storage for vehicles by the NYPD. Development proposals for this site should include 100 percent affordable housing and a new parking garage for NYPD vehicles. 

Questions & Timeline

A pre-submission conference will be held on Thursday, September 5, 2019 at 4:00pm at 125 Worth Street. Attendance is strongly recommended.

The deadline for RFP submissions is November 26th, 2019 at 4:00 PM.

Additionally, you can find RFP opportunities like this one with NYC agencies by visiting their website.

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Delaware Lottery Market Research RFP

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Overview

The State of Delaware, Delaware Lottery (“Delaware Lottery”) seeks professional services to conduct consumer and resident research to support lottery sales, products, and marketing efforts. Thus, the Delaware Lottery is releasing this market research RFP to find a qualified candidate.

The winning bidder will perform a minimum of four (4) separate Assigned Research Studies during the two (2)-year base period of any contract resulting from this RFP.

Additionally, the Delaware Lottery seeks full service and specialized research vendors who can consult with it to develop project objectives, identify and carry out the appropriate methodology or methodologies to address those objectives, analyze data, and develop and report on insights in a compelling way to stakeholders at all levels of the organization.

Questions & Timeline

Any questions on this RFP are due to the Delaware Lottery by August 15, 2019. Responses will be posted on August 22, 2019.

Proposals for this market research RFP are due by September 9, 2019 at 4:00 PM. The winner is expected to be announced by October 2, 2019.

You can find out more about the Delaware Lottery by visiting the State of Delaware’s website here.

Contact

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Wispact Corporate Trustee RFP

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Overview

Wispact, Inc. is a non-profit corporation under section 501(c)(3) with a mission to administer a pool of special needs trusts accounts to improve the lives of Wisconsin residents with disabilities by providing them with more choices, more opportunities, and a better quality of life. Wispact, having experienced tremendous growth in a short time span, is seeking a corporate trustee as the goal of this RFP.

The ideal candidate will provide a due diligence review of Wispact and assist it in answering questions such as, “How can we improve our processes so that beneficiaries are served in the most effective and efficient ways, which leave them worry-free?”

Questions & Timeline

Answers to any questions asked by proposers will be posted on www.wispact.org by August 6th. Also, proposals for this corporate trustee RFP are due back by August 23rd at 5:00 PM CDT.

Wispact’s board will be voting to decide the winner of this RFP and will be announced on October 30, 2019. Then, the winning party will have a contract start date of January 1, 2020.

You can find out more about Wispact and its services by visiting their website.

Contact

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