Request For Proposal Process & Procedures
Thank you for your interest in partnering with Inland Regional Center to provide consumers with a wider variety of services. Throughout our 40-year history, Inland Regional Center has established numerous long-lasting and positive relationships with vendors and we are always looking to expand our partnerships to provide high quality services to individuals with developmental disabilities in Riverside and San Bernardino counties.
In response to our current probation, Inland Regional Center’s RFP process and procedures have been revamped so that all actions relating to new business are transparent and fair. Application processes are now more clear, selection committee composition was broadened with community representation, specific actions are now being reported and monitored by DDS, and feedback is available for those who were not awarded a contract. What’s more, the Board of Trustees ratified a motion to lower the threshold from $450,000 to $250,000 for board approval to spend funds.
For a copy of IRC’s Procurement Policy, click here.
At Inland Regional Center, we value the partnerships we have with our vendors and service providers. As such, we are confident that these and other changes will create a fair and transparent RFP process for all involved.
Request for Proposal (RFP NPO) (Due Date: April 8, 2013)
Notice of Resource Needed - Financial Management Service Fiscal/Employer Agent (FMS F/EA) or Financial Management Service Co-Employer (FMS Co-Employer) (Due Date: October 31, 2011)
RFP FY 2011/2012 – NO FUNDS AWARDED
RFP awardees for FY 2010/2011:
|Awardees||Type of Service||Award Amount|
|Get Safe||Community Training||$60,000|
|Jon Bec||Day Program||$150,000|
|Peoples Care||Adult Specialized Residential Facility- Behavior Emphasis||$70,000|
|Peoples Care||Adult Specialized Residential Facility- Medical Emphasis||$70,000|