Request for Proposal Information Technology Services Consultant
Indiana Association of Rehabilitation Facilities (INARF) is seeking proposals from Information Technology Services consultants to provide and implement an overall strategy addressing current and future technology needs and solutions.
2. General Instructions
3. About INARF
For over forty years, INARF has served as the primary trade association representing agencies that serve Hoosiers with disabilities. INARF works to influence the disabilities services industry by presenting a unified voice and by building the capabilities of member agencies to deliver quality services and supports. INARF represents over 80 agencies that provide services to individuals with developmental disabilities throughout the state of Indiana. Our diverse membership includes agencies that provide services to children and adults in their homes, communities and at work. Some of our members provide the full spectrum of services, while others provide essentially just one core service. Additionally, our members are both non-profit and proprietary – some serving a singular community, while others having statewide and even national reach.
INARF realizes our mission by maintaining important relationships with governmental agencies responsible for Indiana's human service programs, promoting networking opportunities among members, coordinating quality professional development programs, and offering technical assistance to members. INARF offers two levels of membership -- Institutional Members who serve as the core of the Association and provide direct community-based services to individuals with disabilities and Associate Members who provide vital business services and products necessary to the success of our Institutional Members. For more information about INARF and its members please visit www.inarf.org.
INARF also provides management services for Smart Partners Alliance, which administers the operation for the Indiana State Use Program. The Program’s purpose is to provide employment opportunities for individuals with disabilities, and it has been in place for over twenty-five years. Primary activities include brokering relationships between government entities, service providers and employers. For more information about the Indiana State Use Program, visitwww.smartpartnersalliance.org.
4. Project Objectives
INARF seeks an Information Technology services consultant which is able to provide overall technology solutions. These solutions would be, but not limited to, the following:
All proposals must be sent electronically to Barb Young (email@example.com) by Friday, May 1, 2015 at 5:00 pm EDT. Proposals should be brief (no more than 8 pages) and outline the following:
Proposals will be reviewed by the INARF staff by May 15, 2015. We may conduct phone or in person interviews with companies providing competitive proposals prior to making a final decision by June 1, 2015. Proposals will be reviewed and evaluated based on the following:
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