Doing Business with SWWDC
SWWDC releases Requests for Proposals to select service providers and professional services on an as-needed basis. All competitive proposal responses will be evaluated based on the criteria outlined in the proposal document. Evaluation criteria and selection methodology are dependent upon funding source and project guidelines, and will be listed in the procurement document.
While evaluation criteria may change from project to project, most proposal reviews will consider administrative and technical competence; program design; past experience and demonstrated effectiveness in delivering the same or similar services; organization and staff qualifications; and, cost.
REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS
The SWWDC posts Requests for Proposals (RFPs) as necessary for qualified service
and training providers in Clark, Cowlitz and Wahkiakum counties. Check this page
often for new RFP postings.
Request for Proposals: WIOA
Title I Adult-Dislocated Worker Services
SWWDC is seeking proposals for the delivery of services under the Workforce
Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA) Title I Adult and Dislocated Worker
programs in Clark and Cowlitz/Wahkiakum counties.
Click this link to review the Request for Proposal
Bidder Conference Tuesday, April 19. Registration REQUIRED by 1 p.m. on April 13.
Clark County - 9 a.m., 805 Broadway, 2nd Floor, Vancouver, WA
Cowlitz County - 2:30 p.m., Lower Columbia College, Administration Bldg.
Click for Bidder Conference pre-event instructions and location details.
Proposals due May 13, 2016 by 4 p.m. Pacific
REQUEST FOR QUALIFICATIONS: PROFESSIONAL SERVICES
SWWDC maintains a list of interested bidders for professional and consulting services. If you would like to be considered to provide consulting services to the SWWDC, please download and complete SWWDC's general RFQ by clicking here. Vendors on the list will receive requests for proposals as needs arise.
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