Request for Proposals (RFP): Technical Support to the FTA Office of Civil Rights to Organize Stakeholder Outreach Events
Date Posted: 12/7/2010
Closing Date: 1/9/2011
Program: FTA Office of Civil Rights
FTA Opportunity ID: FTA-2011-008-TCR
Opportunity Announcement Text: http://fta.dot.gov/documents/FTA-2011-008-TCR_NOFA.doc
Opportunity Announcement PDF: http://fta.dot.gov/documents/FTA-2011-008-TCR_NOFA.pdf
December 7, 2010. Request for Proposals (RFP): Technical Support to the FTA Office of Civil Rights to Organize Stakeholder Outreach Events [ Word ] [ PDF ]. Synopses and full announcement are posted on Grants.gov site as opportunity FTA-2011-008-TCR. Proposals must be submitted electronically through the Grants.gov web site by January 9, 2011.
This solicitation is for proposals for one cooperative agreement to organize no less than five workshops for recipients and subrecipients of Federal Transit Administration (FTA) funding. The workshops, which will be held in FTA regions over an eighteen month period, will inform FTA grantees, FTA regional staff, and other stakeholders of recent changes to Department of Transportation (DOT) and FTA civil rights policies and help FTA grantees comply with existing and updated requirements. In addition, the workshops will be used to research promising and effective practices that recipients have adopted to comply with civil rights requirements. The total available funding for this agreement is $250,000.
An applicant must submit a proposal electronically to http://www.grants.gov/ by January 9, 2011 for consideration. All potential applicants are advised to begin the Grants.gov registration process immediately, if they have not previously submitted Federal assistance applications through Grants.gov, in order to be able to meet the deadline. FTA expects to award funds through a cooperative agreement in February 2011 which will allow for a 1 ½ year execution of all phases of the project, including the final project report.
For Further Information Contact
Technical, program management and cooperative agreement administrative questions should be directed to Ms. Anita Heard, Office of Civil Rights via phone at 202-493-0318, via e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org, or via U.S. Mail at the following address: Federal Transit Administration, Office of Civil Rights; Attn: Anita Heard; 1200 New Jersey Ave., SE, 4th Floor - East Building - E54-427, Washington, DC 20590.