REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS/SERVICE NEEDS
The San Gabriel/Pomona Regional Center (SG/PRC), as part of our Community Placement Plan (CPP) requires the development of housing, residential, day or work program, and specialized trainings, and other services for individuals who would otherwise live in (or be placed in) an institutional setting. Each year, SG/PRC works in partnership with individuals, families, service providers, and other stakeholders to identify service needs for successful community transitions. As part of the process and consistent with the SG/PRC Resource Development Policy, SG/PRC will post Request for Proposals (RFP) in order to identify and recruit qualified services providers to meet the unique needs of these individuals.
The RFP process consists of several key areas. The first is the initial posting, which outlines the scope of the project, including profile of individuals to be served and total amount of funding. Secondly, an applicant’s conference is held to provide additional information not outlined in the RFP and also allows for prospective service provider dialogue. Next, a selection committee is formed that is comprised of a mixture of agency staff that includes case management, community services, clinical, leadership, as well as others. Each submitted proposal is rated against the guidelines and adherence to the service related areas identified in the initial RFP posting. The top scoring proposals are selected and can be invited to an interview in order to further discuss proposed services. The selection committee then makes a decision to award the RFP to the top applicant.
This section is designed to list current and past proposals, as well as a listing of awarded applicants. For more information please click below: