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Request for Proposal

Wayne Metropolitan Community Action Agency (Wayne Metro) is seeking Water Conservation Auditors that are qualified to provide home water audits and minor home plumbing repairs for our Water Conservation Program

Interested applicants are invited to review: Home Water Conservation – Water Auditor RFQ . The proposal must be received by 2:00pm on October 30, 2019. However, the roster may remain open and bids will be accepted after October 30th at the discretion of Wayne Metro.

Proposals can be emailed to jcarmody@waynemetro.org

Home Water Conservation – Water Auditor RFQ


Request for Proposal

The purpose of this Request for Proposals is to solicit full service janitorial services companies for a 5 year contract to be determined qualified and selected for the Wayne Metropolitan Community Action Agency (Wayne Metro) Head Start Programs, Out-County Headquarters, Jefferson Barns Community Vitality Center and K.E.Y. Program serving Wayne County.

Selected company must be licensed and maintain insurance during the full contract term and provide proof of employee background checks or company’s procedure for background checks. Contracted janitorial staff assigned to Head Start locations may be required to complete an additional background check.

Janitorial Services Company will be responsible for providing all cleaning chemicals and cleaning supplies (mops, hand towels, brooms, etc). Wayne Metro will provide paper products and hand soap (tissue, paper towels, etc.).

Interested applicants are invited to review: WMCAA Janitorial RFP for complete details and submission requirements.

Proposals are due no later than 3:30 p.m. on Friday, October 18, 2019, and should be sent to Aletra Jones, Facilities Manager at ajones@waynemetro.org for consideration.

WMCAA Janitoral RFP


Request for Proposal

Wayne Metro Community Action Agency (Sponsor) seeks bid solicitations from qualified vendors to provide CACFP vended meals at one (1) Child Care site (Head Start/Early Head Start)  in Out-Wayne County.

Please see additional attached documents for further guidance and information, including specific locations listed on Schedule A CACFP Center listings.

Bid Submission and Award
Price quotes are to be submitted to Leslie Kern, Child Health & Development Services Manager, at lkern@waynemetro.org

Price quotes will not be accepted after 12:00 PM on Monday, September 23, 2019.

Provide one (1) electronic copy of the proposal to the Sponsor (Wayne Metro CAA). 
Proposal should include the following in PDF format:

  • Proposal including signed Agreement Page signed by Bidder (see Vended RFQ)
  • Bid Sheet-CACFP Food Service Contract (see Info Section – excel doc)
  • Vendor Sample 21-day Menu of each:  Breakfast, Lunch, and Snack
  • Current health/sanitation permit or satisfactory report of inspection conducted by local authorities

Sponsor will submit a copy of the full proposal from its selected bidder to MDE during the contract approval process. Blank CACFP  Certification sheets are provided as reference only and will only be submitted by selected vendor to Wayne Metro following MDE approval. Wayne Metro reserves the right to exercise its discretion to reject any or all bids.

If additional information is required, please contact Leslie Kern at lkern@waynemetro.org  by September 20, 2019. 

9-16-19 Final RFQ – WMCAA HS EHS
CACFP Schedule A Center Listing HS EHS
Blank CACFP Certification Sheets
CACFP-ComparedSideBySide
9-16-19 Final Info Section – WMCAA HS EHS
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REQUEST FOR QUOTATION/VENDED MEAL CONTRACT WITH A NON-NATIONAL SCHOOL LUNCH PROGRAM (NON-NSLP) VENDOR

Wayne Metro Community Action Agency (Sponsor) seeks bid solicitations from qualified vendors to provide CACFP vended meals at eight (8) After School At-Risk sites in Out-Wayne County.

Please see additional attached documents for further guidance and information, including specific locations listed on Schedule A CACFP Center listings.

Bid Submission and Award
Price quotes are to be submitted to Jenna Maxwell, Healthy Communities Manager, at
jmaxwell @waynemetro.org
Price quotes will not be accepted after 12:00 PM on Friday, September 6 2019.
Provide one (1) electronic copy of the proposal to the Sponsor(Wayne Metro CAA) .

Proposal should include the following in PDF format: 

Proposal including signed Agreement Page signed by Bidder (see Vended RFQ)

  • Bid Sheet-CACFP Food Service Contract (see Info Section- excel doc)
  • Vendor Sample 21-day Menu – Supper & Snack
  • Current health/sanitation permit or satisfactory report of inspection conducted by local authoritiesSponsor will submit a copy of the full proposal from its selected bidder to MDE during the contract approval process. Blank CACFP Certification sheets are provided as reference and will only be submitted by selected vendor to Wayne Metro following MDE approval. Wayne Metro reserves the right to exercise its discretion to reject any or all bids.

If additional information is required, please contact Jenna Maxwell at jmaxwell@waynemetro.org by September 5, 2019.

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CACFP Schedule A Center Listing WMCAA

08.16.19 Info Section – WMCAA

08.16.19 Final RFQ – Wayne Metro CAA


Request for Proposal

GENESEE COUNTY WRAP WATER CONSERVATION PROGRAM REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL (RFP)

Wayne Metro is seeking qualified partners to provide Water Conservation Services to eligible families in
Genesee County.  Services include Home Water Conservation Audits and Minor Plumbing Repairs for households served and referred by the Genesee County Community Action Resource Department (GCCARD).

Interested applicants are invited to review: HOME WATER CONSERVATION RFP FINAL – GENESEE COUNTY.  Proposals are due no later than 4:00 p.m. on Tuesday, January 22, 2019, and should be sent to John Carmody, Director of Construction Projects at jcarmody@waynemetro.org for consideration.

HOME WATER CONSERVATION RFP FINAL – GENESEE COUNTY


2019 Community Garden Program

Wayne Metropolitan Community Action Agency is offering sponsorship for garden programs in Detroit and
Out Wayne Counties. Sponsorship will include seeds, starter plants, and support throughout the growing season.

Qualifying gardens will:

  • Have access to a water source
  • Have volunteers to plant, tend and harvest
  • Distribute all produce into the community or donate to a local food pantry
  • Complete reporting documents as required by Wayne Metro

Application is due January 19, 2019, and notification of acceptance will be sent by January 28th. Please direct any questions to Jenna Maxwell at (313) 463-5523 or jmaxwell@waynemetro.org.

2019 Community Garden Application


WMCAA WRAP WATER CONSERVATION PLUMBING SERVICES REQUEST FOR QUALIFICATIONS (RFQ)

Wayne Metro is seeking qualified vendors to provide minor home plumbing repair services to families throughout southeast Michigan. Interested applicants are invited to review: WMCAA WATER CONSERVATION PLUMBING SERVICES RFQ. Our roster is open and bidders can apply at anytime. Proposals should be sent to John Carmody, Director of Construction Projects at jcarmody@waynemetro.org for consideration.

WMCAA Water Conservation Plumbing Services RFQ 


2019 COMMUNITY NEEDS ASSESSMENT – REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS

Wayne Metropolitan Community Action Agency (WMCAA) invites interested parties to submit a proposal to conduct and author a comprehensive Community Needs Assessment of its service area, Wayne County Michigan. The selected party will gather and analyze high volumes of qualitative and quantitative data, match causes and conditions of needs and trends, assess service gaps, comment on intersection of demographic characteristics and poverty, report and disseminate information to committee/Board of Directors and produce a final document.

Important Dates

  • December 12, 2018             RFP questions deadline 5:00 P.M. EST
  • December 19, 2018             Responses to questions posted on WMCAA website
  • January 11, 2019                  Proposal deadline 4:00 P.M. EST
  • January 25, 2019                  Notice of award to selected vendor

Documents
2019 Community Assessment RFP Instructions
2019 Community Assessment RFP Forms
2019 Community Needs Assessment RFP Questions and Answers


Request for Quotation Community Digital Literacy Training Vendors

The mission of Wayne Metropolitan Community Action Agency (Wayne Metro) is to empower people and communities to be strong, healthy, and thriving in Wayne County, Michigan. The Agency has being providing diverse, client-centered services to low-income individuals and families since 1971. By establishing an integrated system of diversified programming and funding, Wayne Metro helps residents of Wayne County to succeed and thrive with their goals toward self-sufficiency. Wayne Metro’s website provides an overview of more than 30 distinct human services and community development programs with over 300 employees and several scattered service sites.

Intent:
Wayne Metro is currently seeking to recruit qualified vendors and to expand our vendor services list for digital literacy training. This training will support educationally and socially disadvantaged residents with no or low digital literacy to advance their digital literacy skills.

Wayne Metro provides community digital literacy training at area Wayne Metro offices and with select community partner organizations in a classroom/lab setting. Maximum group size is 15 students per session. Sessions may be offered for consecutive four-to six weeks periods (2 to 3 hours per session) or one time sessions (2 to 3 hours per session) based upon the topic. Wayne Metro oversees participant outreach and enrollment.

Vendors will:

● Engage adult clients in small-group settings at select Wayne Metro community locations in well-rounded learning experiences. The curriculum promotes self-sufficiency (e.g. computer basics, Microsoft Office suite and internet fundamentals, e-mail techniques, cloud and mobile applications, and/or coding.

● Provide access to personalized learning technologies that support and enhance learning experiences.

● Create an integrated system of guidance that includes curriculum, instruction, and assessment supported by technology with necessary classroom level resources provided.

● Maintain a high level of participant customer experience and satisfaction.

● Coordinate with a Wayne Metro Family Literacy Manager to ensure proper delivery of services.

Contract
Wayne Metro’s intent is to execute a contractual services agreement for vendors to provide quality digital literacy trainings at agency locations from December 1, 2018 to September 30, 2019.

Payment
Payment to vendors will be made as follows: Upon fulfillment of deliverables, Wayne Metro will pay within 30 days of receipt of acceptable invoices.

Proposal Details
Please e-mail a brief proposal of interest no later than 4:00 p.m. Monday, November 26, 2018 to
Carla Chinavare, Director of Youth and Family Programs, at cchinavare@waynemetro.org for consideration.

Content should include:

● Brief description of the vendor including key instructors(s) qualifications, credentials, and proven training experience with adult learners of varied literacy levels.

● Indicate minority/women/small business vendor status if applicable.

● Brief description and sample of digital literacy curriculum(s) proposed.

● Method for measuring participant outcome/success and customer satisfaction.

● Number and type of trainings to be offered within vendor’s capacity during timeframe
December 1, 2018 – September 30, 2019.

● Price – include information on cost valuation (e.g. hourly rate per group or per student, inclusive of travel and materials).

Evaluation
Proposals will be reviewed for consideration and evaluated based on:

●     Experience successfully completing similar and/or previous projects

●     Experience and capability of the principal respondent

●     Digital literacy curriculum(s)

●     The quote’s reasonableness in regards to the scope of work and competitiveness

●     Minority/women owned/small business status

Timeline

November 9, 2018 – RFQ issued

November 26, 2018 – Proposal due

November 30, 2018 – Awardee selected

Wayne Metro Right to No Award
Wayne Metro reserves the right to reject all proposals, reject portions of any proposal, or accept the proposal deemed most advantageous to Wayne Metro.

Preparation Costs
All costs incurred in the preparation and presentation of the RFQ shall be wholly absorbed by the applicant. All documents submitted will become the property of Wayne Metro.


REQUEST FOR SEEDING WAYNE COUNTY GRANT PROGRAM

Wayne Metropolitan Community Action Agency is pleased to operate the Seeding Wayne County
Mini-Grant program. This program supports Wayne County-based organizations that share the common goal of addressing the causes and conditions of poverty in their community.

The awarded funding is used by grassroots community organizations to support programs and services in the areas of Youth and Adult Education, Nutrition, Health, Employment, and Neighborhood Improvements.

Applications for the Seeding Wayne County Grant program are due by 4:00 p.m. on December 14, 2018.

Seeding Wayne County Guidelines

Seeding Wayne County Application (PDF online fillable form)
*The PDF online fillable form must be completed in its entirety.  The PDF online form must be printed, and executed by the Applicant’s Certifying Official. Please e-mail the form and applicable attachments to the Grants Manager identified in the Guidelines.

Seeding Wayne County Application (Printable form)

Seeding Wayne County Application (FormAssembly form)
*Complete the FormAssembly online form in its entirety. 

Seeding Wayne County Budget Form
*Please follow the instructions at the bottom of Page 3 to complete the Budget and Checklist documents, as well as applicable attachments. Please submit after all forms have been completed.


Weatherization Assistance Program Auditor /
Quality Control Inspectors Request for Proposals

Wayne Metro is seeking qualified Auditors / Quality Control Inspectors (QCI) to submit proposals to participate in the agency’s Weatherization Assistance Program for Wayne County.

Important Dates

  • August 17, 2018 at 9:00 a.m. – Pre- Bid Conference at Wayne Metro Cortland Site at 138 Cortland, Highland Park, MI  48203.
  • August 21, 2018 at 5:00 p.m. – Final Answers to all submitted questions posted on agency website.
  • August 27, 2018 at 4:00 p.m. – Bid Packages Due via email to jcarmody@waynemetro.org.
  • September 7, 2018 – Initial Selection Notification to Contractors.

Documents
Wx Auditor QCI RFP 2018

Questions can be directed to:
John Carmody, Director of Construction Projects at jcarmody@waynemetro.org.


Weatherization Assistance Program Contractor Request for Proposals

Wayne Metro is seeking qualified Contractors to submit proposals to participate in the agency’s Weatherization Assistance Program for Wayne County.

Important Dates

  • August 17, 2018 at 10:00 a.m. – Pre- Bid Conference at Wayne Metro Cortland Site, located at 138 Cortland, Highland Park, MI  48203.
  • August 21, 2018 at 5:00 p.m. – Final Answers to all submitted questions posted on agency’s website.
  • August 27, 2018 at 4:00 p.m. – Bid Packages Due via email to jcarmody@waynemetro.org.
  • September 7, 2018 – Initial Selection Notification to Contractors.

Documents
Wx Contractor RFP 2018 (with attachments)
Attachment A – Weatherization Bid Price List
Attachment C – Contractor and Subcontractor Certification Tracking Form
Michigan Weatherization Field Guide Standard Work Specifications – 2018

Questions can be directed to:
John Carmody, Director of Construction Projects at jcarmody@waynemetro.org

Responses to Contractors Weatherization RFP


FY19 and FY20 DETROIT COLLECTIVE IMPACT

Wayne Metropolitan Community Action Agency (Wayne Metro) is seeking
collective impact partnerships with 501(c)3 nonprofit organizations to address
the needs of low-income Detroit residents through multi-generational
innovative, collaborative, and sustainable approaches. Eligible projects/
activities must address community needs related to:

  • Family Stability – projects that intentionally strengthen the whole family, so
    that all generations within the family can experience improved
    economic, housing, and educational outcomes.
  • Quality Housing – projects that provide education and resources to
    community members that will improve housing quality and support
    neighborhood stability initiatives.
  • Economic Opportunity – projects that support and facilitate access to
    resources that contribute to community member’s improved economic
    well-being and financial security.

A 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization can apply for FY19 and FY20 Detroit Collective Impact Funding by submitting all required RFP documentation by 4:00 PM on Wednesday, August 15, 2018 via email to kcronk@waynemetro.org.
NO LATE APPLICATIONS/DOCUMENTATION WILL BE ACCEPTED.

See below for important dates, guidelines, application, and forms.

Important Dates

  • July 30, 2018: Q & A and Technical Assistance from 9 AM – 10:30 AM at Wayne Metro Detroit Office located at 7310 Woodward, Suite 800, Detroit MI 48202
  • July 23 – August 10, 2018: Questions can be submitted electronically to kcronk@waynemetro.org. Submitted questions and answers will be posted on Wayne Metro’s website.
  • August 15, 2018: ALL required documentation is due by 4:00 PM via email to kcronk@waynemetro.org
  • September 24, 2018: Applicants will receive notification of decision.

Documents
FY19-20 Detroit Partnership Funding – RFP Instructions and Guidelines 
FY19-20 Detroit Partnership Funding – RFP Application Narrative
FY19 Detroit Partnership Funding (Year 1) – RFP Budget Form
FY20 Detroit Partnership Funding (Year 2) – RFP Budget Form
QA Presentation – July 30 2018
Detroit Collective Impact RFP Q&A
CSBG CSPM 400 Series – Financial Administration
Data Driven Detroit – Common Data Sources

Questions can be directed to:

Kathleen Cronk at kcronk@waynemetro.org

 


WMCAA Request for Proposal – Local Evaluator

Wayne Metro is seeking local evaluation services to support the process of continuous program improvement of Wayne Metropolitan Community Action Agency’s 21st Century Community Learning Centers (21st CCLC) Projects in Wayne County, Michigan, which provide academic and enrichment opportunities during non-school hours for children, particularly students who attend high-poverty and low-performing schools.

Interested applicants are invited to review the proposal: WMCAA Request for Proposal – Local Evaluator

Proposals are due no later than 4:00 p.m., Monday July 23, 2018, to Carla Chinavare, Director of Youth and Family Programs, at cchinavare@waynemetro.org for consideration.


Request for Demo and Abatement

Wayne Metropolitan Community Action Agency (Wayne Metro) requests qualifications from qualified firms for demolition and asbestos abatement services of single and multi-family residential structures in Ecorse, Melvindale and River Rouge, Michigan as part of the Help for the Hardest Hit Blight Elimination Program (H4HH).  Bidders are invited to review this open enrollment solicitation and, if interested, complete and return one original, single-sided, fastened with a binder clip plus one on a flash drive (pdf format) of the complete proposal to:

Wayne Metropolitan Community Action Agency

2121 Biddle Avenue, Suite 102

Wyandotte, MI 48192

Attn:  John Carmody

Request for Qualifications Form


WMCAA WRAP WATER CONSERVATION REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL

Wayne Metro is seeking qualified organizations to provide Home Water Audit and Minor Home Plumbing Repair services to families throughout southeast Michigan.
Interested applicants are invited to review: WMCAA WATER CONSERVATION RFP.  Proposals are due no later than 4:00 PM, Monday, May 14, 2018 to Mary Price, Director of Basic Needs at mprice@waynemetro.org for consideration.


WMCAA LEAP to Teach Request for Proposal

Wayne Metro is seeking evaluation services to support the process of continuous program improvement of Wayne Metropolitan Community Action Agency’s LEAP (Learn & Earn Apprenticeship Program) to Teach early childhood workforce development program.
Interested applicants are invited to review: WMCAA LEAP to Teach RFP

Proposal of interest is due no later than 5:00 PM, Friday, May 4, 2018 to Monique Martin-Johnson, Workforce Development Manager, at mmartin-johnson@waynemetro.org for consideration.


Community Gardens Request for Proposal

Wayne Metropolitan Community Action Agency is seeking local partners to participate in the implementation of Community Gardens in Wayne County. The Community Garden Program provides eligible local churches, nonprofit or civic organizations, schools, and community groups the opportunity to grow fresh produce and assist low-income residents experiencing food insecurity in Wayne County.

Applications are now closed.


Request for Seeding Wayne County Grant Program

Wayne Metropolitan Community Action Agency is pleased to operate the Seeding Wayne County Mini-Grant program. This program supports Wayne County-based organizations that share the common goal of addressing the causes and conditions of poverty in their community.

The awarded funding is used by grassroots community organizations to support programs and services in the areas of Youth and Adult Education, Nutrition, Health, Employment, and Neighborhood Improvements.

Applications for the Seeding Wayne County Grant program are due by January 12, 2018.

Seeding Wayne County Guidelines

Seeding Wayne County Application


Request for Qualifications for Water Closet Replacement Program

Proposals are being sought from qualified firms for the water closet replacement services for residential properties in Detroit, Michigan. This program is being implemented in partnership with the Detroit Water and Sewerage Department. Firms deemed qualified to provide the services specified in this Request for Qualifications (RFQ), will be placed on a list of qualified firms and be permitted to bid on work through future bid releases.

Bidders are invited to review: WMCAA Water Closet RFQ Aug. 2017.

If interested, submit your qualifications to:

ATTN: John Carmody
jcarmody@waynemetro.org
Wayne Metropolitan Community Action Agency
138 Cortland
Highland Park, MI 48203

Responses to this RFQ must be received on or before 4 p.m. Monday, September 11, 2017.


Auditor / Quality Control Inspector RFP

Wayne Metro is seeking proposals for Auditor / Quality Control Inspector for Wayne Metro Community Action Agency’s Weatherization Program.


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