Join us for this 90 minute session which will discuss what entities should consider when preparing governmental Request
for Qualifications (RFQ) or Request for Proposals (RFP) to do or update their Transition Plan. Participants will understand the critical components of a well-written RFP to assure that the final product is a meaningful and actionable plan. During the session, participants will be provided with examples of both poorly and well-written RFPs, highlighting possible pitfalls and how to avoid vague and limited responses. The session will explore the following questions and more:
What deliverables will assure that you end up with a good plan in the end?
How do items that you include (or don’t include) in your RFP affect responses you receive?
Who will make up your RFP evaluation team? What information should you provide to applicants so that you receive the best responses possible?
**This session qualifies as Elective Credit for the ADA Coordinators Certification Training Program (ACTCP)