OPM: Request For Proposals

 

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Law-Related Education

 

RFA # OPM_CJPPD_Law_Ed_053117

 

RFA Issue Date: 05/31/2017

 

Response Due Date: 08/18/17 , 12:00 PM

 

SUMMARY:

This funding opportunity supports law-related education activities open to students, teachers and others across Connecticut. The only eligible applicants are nonprofit agencies currently serving youth in Connecticut.  Nonprofit agencies may apply for up to $60,000 for the period of October 1, 2017 through June 30, 2018.  It is expected that one grant will be awarded.  The organization or agency funded for 2017/2018 will be eligible for up to two additional years of federal funding, at the same level, assuming federal funds are available and the project has demonstrated successful performance in the previous year(s).

Complete Details:  The comprehensive RFA document and other required forms and additional information, as well as any successive communications related to the RFA can be viewed on the DAS Contracting Portal.

Official Contact: The State has designated the individual below as the Official Contact for purposes of this RFA. The Official Contact is the only authorized contact for this request and, as such, handles all related communications on behalf of the State. Responders, prospective responders, and other interested parties are advised that any communication with any other Department or OPM employee(s) (including appointed officials) or personnel under contract to the State about this RFA is strictly prohibited. Responders or prospective responders who violate this instruction may risk disqualification from further consideration.

 

Official Contact Name: Valerie LaMotte

Phone: 860-418-6316

E-Mail:  Valerie.LaMotte@ct.gov

 

 
 

Police & Youth Program for Urban Communities

 

RFA # OPM_CJPPD_Police_and_Youth_053117

 

RFA Issue Date: 05/31/2017

 

Response Due Date: 08/18/17 , 12:00 PM

 

SUMMARY:

This funding opportunity will enhance police/community relations by improving interactions between police and youth.  The objective is to increase the numbers of police officers who are experienced and comfortable working and interacting with youth.  Local public and non-profit agencies serving the cities of Bridgeport, Hartford, New Haven and Waterbury are eligible to apply for one time funding of up to $10,000 for October 1, 2017 through June 30, 2018.  It is expected that 4 to 6 projects will be awarded funding.  The projects must serve no more than 25 youth through a series of activities providing positive opportunities for police and youth to interact.  Participating police officers are encouraged to attend “Effective Police Interactions with Youth,” a one-day no-fee training offered by the JJAC. 

Complete Details:  The comprehensive RFA document and other required forms and additional information, as well as any successive communications related to the RFA can be viewed on the DAS Contracting Portal.

Official Contact: The State has designated the individual below as the Official Contact for purposes of this RFA. The Official Contact is the only authorized contact for this request and, as such, handles all related communications on behalf of the State. Responders, prospective responders, and other interested parties are advised that any communication with any other Department or OPM employee(s) (including appointed officials) or personnel under contract to the State about this RFA is strictly prohibited. Responders or prospective responders who violate this instruction may risk disqualification from further consideration.

 

Official Contact Name: Valerie LaMotte

Phone: 860-418-6316

E-Mail:  Valerie.LaMotte@ct.gov

 

 
 
 
2017 Responsible Growth and Transit-Oriented Development Program Grant
 
RFA #RG-TOD-04122017
 
RFA Issue Date: April 12, 2017 
 

Response Due Date: June 23, 2017

 

SUMMARY:

The Office of Policy and Management (OPM) is seeking applications from municipalities and regional councils of governments for projects to promote (1) responsible growth consistent with the Conservation & Development Policies: The Plan for Connecticut 2013-2018 (C&D Plan) and/or (2) opportunities for transit-oriented development (TOD), as defined in Section 13b-79o of the Connecticut General Statutes.

Only Connecticut municipalities and Regional Councils of Governments (COGs) may submit applications.  Joint applications and collaborative partnerships with developers, non-profits, and other outside entities are encouraged. Eligible applicants may submit multiple applications.

 

Complete Details:  The comprehensive RFA document and other required forms and additional information, as well as any successive communications related to the RFA can be viewed on the DAS State Contracting Portal.

 

Official Contact: The State has designated the individual below as the Official Contact for purposes of this RFA. The Official Contact is the only authorized contact for this request and, as such, handles all related communications on behalf of the State. Responders, prospective responders, and other interested parties are advised that any communication with any other Department or OPM employee(s) (including appointed officials) or personnel under contract to the State about this RFA is strictly prohibited. Responders or prospective responders who violate this instruction may risk disqualification from further consideration.

 

 

NEW!!!  Addendum #2 (posted 06/07/17) Please be advised of the updated submission requirements related to “Other Required Forms and Information” in the documents section of this RFA:

  • ALL applicants must complete the “OPM Vendor/Bidder Profile Sheet” – Form OPM-A-15. Please note that the last YES/NO item on the form is not applicable to applicants for this RFA. Please write N/A in the YES/NO area.
  • NO applicants need to fill out the “State of Connecticut Agency Vendor Form” – Form SP-26NB-IPDF.
  • NO applicants need to fill out the Request for Taxpayer Identification Number and Certification – Form W-9
  • Applicants that are NOT municipalities must complete the “Acknowledgment of Contract compliance Notification to Bidders Form.” Municipalities do NOT have to complete the acknowledgement.
  • Applicants that are NOT municipalities must adhere to the “Bidder Contract Compliance Requirements and Monitoring Report Forms.” These compliance requirements and forms do NOT apply to municipalities.

  ADDENDUM #1 (posted 5/24/17) The initial announcement of this grant program posted to OPM’s RFP webpage incorrectly specified a Response Due Date of June 3, 2017. OPM’s webpage has been updated to reflect the correct due date for applications of June 23, 2017. http://www.ct.gov/opm/cwp/view.asp?a=3006&Q=383284&opmNav_GID=1386

 

•Link to OPM Response to Written Questions (posted 05/24/17)

 

 

Official Contact Name: Matthew Pafford

Phone: 860-418-6412

E-Mail: Matthew.Pafford@ct.gov

 
 
 
 
 
 

 
 

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