Open procurement opportunities are listed below. If none are listed, there are no open opportunities.
Request for Proposal: Branding, Graphic Design and Printing. Philadelphia Works seeks branding, graphic design and printing services to create “career pathway” maps. Career pathways is a framework used by workforce boards to detail the entry and exit points of a particular occupation and the education and training needed to progress to jobs with more pay and responsibility. The scope of this project includes the development of visual materials for digital and print use, that depict these career pathways. Both job seekers and staff will use these materials to promote awareness and explore the jobs and training along a particular occupational path.
Proposals must be submitted no later than 4 p.m. EST Thursday May 3, 2018. All application packages must be submitted electronically to EAvery@philaworks.org with “BDP Proposal” in the subject line. Proposals may also be hand delivered or by mail addressed to: Eleanor Avery 1617 JFK Boulevard, 13th floor, Philadelphia PA, 19103. Note: electronic submissions are required even if the proposal is hand delivered.
Inquiries regarding this RFP should be submitted in writing to firstname.lastname@example.org by 5 p.m. EST on April 26, 2018 with “BDP Proposal” in the subject line. A final list of questions and answers will be posted below by 5 p.m. April 27, 2018.
A link for the budget template (preferred) is provided below for your convenience.
Philadelphia Works’ Budget Template is available here.
Request for Qualifications Vocational Skill Training. Proposals that culminate in the basic certifications will be considered non-responsive and will not be reviewed. Examples are: ServSafe®, OSHA, MOS, Customer Service/Retail related credentials. We have reached the limit on introducing certain credentials into our labor market. Philadelphia Works will not consider new proposals offering the following credentials: Certified Nurse Assistant/Aid (CNA), Child Development Associate, Commercial Driver’s License (A&B), Phlebotomy Tech or Pharmacy Tech. Philadelphia Works re-releases this Request for Qualifications (RFQ) to entities interested in providing new and innovative vocational skills training services to a targeted population of program participants served through the public workforce system. This Request for Qualification will remain open on a rolling basis. FAQ