Presentation on theme: "BIDDER’S WORKSHOP CAREER AND YOUTH SERVICES. The Workforce Development Board (WDB) 7/1/2015 The Golden Sierra Workforce Board provides (WIOA) oversight."— Presentation transcript:
The Workforce Development Board (WDB) 7/1/2015 The Golden Sierra Workforce Board provides (WIOA) oversight in the Golden Sierra region. The region: Placer, El Dorado and Alpine Counties, is the Governor's designated Local Workforce Investment Area.
Golden Sierra Job Training Agency 7/1/2015 Golden Sierra Job Training Agency is the funds recipient for the Golden Sierra Local Workforce Investment Area. GSJTA is formed by a Joint Powers Agreement between the member counties The Agency is the administrative entity for WIOA Title I (in addition to other funds)
Project Details 7/1/2015 Project begins January 1, 2016 Project ends May 2017 Initial awards are for a 17 month period Successful awardees may receive up to 3, 1 year extensions prior to re-procurement One or many awards may be made Q&A’s will be posted at rfp.goldensierra.comrfp.goldensierra.com
Important Dates 7/1/2015 Bidder’s Conference July 23, 2015 at 10:00 a.m. Letter of Intent July 27, 2015 – 5:00 p.m. Pre-Qualification Packet Deadline August 3, 2015 – 5:00 p.m. Deadline for technical questions: August 7, 2015 – 5:00 p.m.
Proposals Are Due 7/1/2015 August 14, 2015 no later than 5:00 PM (PDT) Submit Proposals to email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org Late proposals will not be accepted
Who May Respond? 7/1/2015 Proposals may be submitted by any organization who can demonstrate the experience or knowledge required to provide Workforce Innovation & Opportunity Act (WIOA) services Career Services to Adults and Dislocated Workers in El Dorado and Alpine Counties Out-of-School Youth Services within the three- county region of Alpine, El Dorado and Placer
Scope of Work 7/1/2015 Provide Workforce Innovation & Opportunity Act (WIOA) services for: Adults and Dislocated Workers and/or Out of School Youth Section 3.0 discusses the scope of work Section 3.1 describes the AJCC system Section 3.2 defines Adult and Dislocated Worker Services Section 3.3 defines Youth Services
The Proposal Should 7/1/2015 Ensure that your organization will deliver WIOA services within the context of the AJCC system and specifically in the local centers. Employ vision, innovation, accountability, as well as, efficient and effective utilization of resources
WIOA Career Services - Focus 7/1/2015 Requires staff to be actively engaged in working with the public on a regular basis. Outreach, and services shall include efforts to encourage the use of the AJCC system to groups that need employment and training services to become more skilled and employable in the path to financial self- sufficiency. Each customer should receive an orientation of available services, including all partner services and any other pertinent resources to ensure successful return to employment. WIOA emphasizes the need for services targeted to persons with disabilities and individuals with barriers to employment, including individuals who receive public assistance or are otherwise low income and/or basic skills deficient.
WIOA Youth Program - Focus 7/1/2015 Significantly increased services to out-of-school youth ; High school dropout recovery; Achievement of recognized post-secondary credentials; Career pathways and work-based learning tied to a systematic approach that offers youth a comprehensive set of service strategies; Closer linkages to the local labor markets; and Required connections between WIOA-funded youth programs and the one-stop system providing information on the full array of appropriate services that are available to youth
Two New Youth Requirements 7/1/2015 1. At least seventy-five percent (75%) of WIOA youth funds must be expended on providing workforce investment activities and services for out-of-school youth. 2. At least twenty percent (20%) of total allocated WIOA youth funds must be expended on paid or unpaid work- based learning activities that have as a component academic and occupational education
Program Administration and Fiscal Considerations 7/1/2015 Collecting participant data and compiling WIOA required supporting documents; Recipients of WIOA funds will be required to have an annual Fiscal & Procurement, as well as Programmatic compliance monitoring performed by grantor; Invoices and/or supporting data for non-payroll disbursements Handling of corrective actions/findings if needed Client Tracking using the CalJOBS and/or designated system
Insurance Requirement 7/1/2015 Proposers awarded a contract with the WB will be required to meet the minimum insurance requirements of $1,000,000 for general liability insurance, prior to WB approval.
All Proposals A Cover Page (Attachment A), bearing the original signature of an individual authorized to bind the proposer in a formal agreement A Table of Contents noting the sequentially numbered page(s) where each item of the proposal and attachments to the proposal may be found Proposal Preparation 7/1/2015
Career Services Contracting Experience (Attachment B) Program Narrative (Career Services) Participant Summary (Attachment C) Budget Narrative (Career Services) Budget Form (Attachment D) Leveraged Resource Form (Attachment E) Proposal Preparation 7/1/2015
Youth Services Contracting Experience (Attachment B) Program Narrative (Youth Services) Coordination and Linkages Form (Attachment F) Participant Summary (Attachment G) Budget Narrative (Youth Services) Budget Form (Attachment H) Leveraged Resource Form (Attachment E) Proposal Preparation 7/1/2015
General Instructions 7/1/2015 FORMATTING Use the supplied forms or exact duplicates Proposers must submit an emailed PDF to email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org
ADULTS AND DISLOCATED WORKERS ENTERED EMPLOYMENT RETENTION IN EMPLOYMENT AVERAGE EARNING FOR SIX MONTHS YOUTH PLACEMENT IN EMPLOYMENT OR EDUCATION ATTAINMENT OF A DEGREE OR CERTIFICATE NUMERACY/LITERACY 7/1/2015 PERFORMANCE MEASURES
Rating 7/1/2015 All proposals received will be evaluated by a Committee Only responsive proposals will be rated The most qualified organizations will be recommended for award based on the overall strength of each proposal Proposals submitted will be evaluated on compliance with the information requested as listed under section 4.1 Each proposal will be evaluated based on an assessment of the information provided in response to the RFP
Rating 7/1/2015 80 Possible Points Career Services Organizational Structure and Experience10 Points Career Services Approach 20 Points Fiscal Management 10 Points Budget Narrative 20 Points Budget Overall Costs 10 Points Total Points 70 Points Extra Points (leverage of 25% or above)10 Points Youth Services Organizational Structure and Experience 10 Points Youth Program Services Approach 20 Points Fiscal Management 10 Points Budget Narrative 20 Points Budget Overall Costs 10 Points Total Points70 points Extra Points (leverage of 25% or above) 10 Points
Rating – Bonus Points (10) 7/1/2015 Bonus points Career Services: up to 10 bonus points may be awarded for leverage of 25% or above Bonus points Youth Services: up to 10 bonus points may be awarded for leverage of 25% or above