Project Title: ADVSD Strategic Planning
Project #: RIP-210-2019
Issued by: Multnomah County view agency website
Publish Date: 4/12/2019
Due Date: 4/29/2019 This opportunity has closed.

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PRE-PROPOSAL CONFERENCE:  There will not be a pre-proposal conference for this sourcing event. INTRODUCTION& SCOPE OF WORK Multnomah County, Aging, Disability, and Veteran Services Division (ADVSD), is seeking a consultant to support the division in conducting and developing a strategic planning process. ADVSD’s primary goal is to help elders and adults with disabilities live as independently as possible and it provides a range of services—some directly and others under contract with community agencies—to achieve that end.   In order to ensure that ADVSD is prepared for the future, Multnomah County is seeking a consultant to help shape the strategic planning process for the coming years. This process will ensure that the mission, vision, and values of ADVSD align with the needs of the community and reflect the goals of Multnomah County.  The key services elements of this process are as follows: Review and update of Division’s mission, vision and values - aligning with racial justice and equity goals; Conduct a bottom-up participatory process that is driven by engagement and input from staff, stakeholders and program participants; Anchor the planning process and the resulting plan in racial and social justice; Align the strategic plan with the Division’s Racial Justice and Equity Plan and 2021-2025 Area Plan for Older Adults and People with Disabilities (both in development); and, Develop a plan that addresses the rapidly changing environment that the Division and it’s participants operate and live in - identifying transformational and aspirational goals and building a flexible framework that addresses social, technical and structural needs of the organization Potential deliverables: A documented road map of the process; Documentation of the participatory input from staff, stakeholders and participants that can be used by the Division for qualitative analysis; Updated Division mission, vision and values; and, A planning document that: clearly aligns with the Division’s Racial Justice and Equity Plan and 2021-2025 Area Plan; and, outlines aspirational and transformative goals and strategic objectives.   METHOD OF AWARD The County will award one (1) contract as a result of this Sourcing Event. ESTIMATED PURCHASES The estimated amount of funding for this project is $50,000. The County does not guarantee that any minimum amount of services will be purchased. METHOD OF CONTRACTING A Services Contract form is provided in the Buyer Attachments page showing the standard terms and conditions.  Carefully review the terms and conditions of the Contract.  Additional Contract terms related to this procurement, if any, are set out below in the section entitled Term of Contract.  TERM OF CONTRACT The anticipated contract period for this service is May 1, 2019, through June 30, 2022. INSURANCE REQUIREMENTS The insurance requirements for the resulting Contract are stated in the table below and a sample of Exhibit 2 of the Services Contract is located in the Buyer Attachments page.  Please review these requirements carefully. Type of Insurance Amount Per Occurrence Aggregate Professional Liability $1,000,000 $1,000,000 $2,000,000 Commercial General Liability $1,000,000 $1,000,000 $2,000,000 Automobile Insurance Not Required Workers Compensation As Required per ORS 656.017 PRE-AWARD RISK ASSESSMENT Successful proposers whose contract award includes federal funding (as identified by a Catalog of Federal Domestic Assistance number) will be subject to a PreAward Risk Assessment (which includes an evaluation of financial stability, quality of financial /management systems, experience with federal funds, reports and findings from audits) completed by Multnomah County (if one has not been submitted in the last year) prior to the issuance of a contract. Contractors who fail to submit the required documents will not be eligible for a contract from the County.


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