CSH is seeking a subcontractor to provide expertise and editorial support for completion of a product that is under development. The product is a toolkit that offers content on how to effectively meet the needs of homeless seniors using the supportive housing framework. The goal of the toolkit is to improve the capacity of Los Angeles-based providers to support older adults as they adjust to supportive housing or as they experience obstacles to aging in place.
The appropriate subcontractor will be able to edit existing content and resources, including:
- Reformat and organize information so it is accessible to readers.
- Remove content that can be found in other CSH resources and direct readers on how to access additional information.
- Recommend how to package relevant resources and material that does not fit within the toolkit narrative.
- Identify projects in Los Angeles that represent innovative approaches to serving homeless seniors in supportive housing.
Completed toolkit: Healthy Aging in Supportive Housing – Los Angeles Edition
An amount not to exceed $5,000.00 is available for this project.
Application Process and Vendor Requirements:
To apply for this opportunity email Ann English at email@example.com on or before October 25 , 2016.
Applications received before the deadline will be evaluated based on the following criteria:
- Demonstrated successful performance of substantially similar work
- Relevant project work
- Experience and expertise
- Years of relevant experience
- Rate and reasonableness of overall costs
- Special consideration will be given to small, disadvantaged, minority or women-owned businesses.
Please note that CSH requires subcontractors, including individuals and sole proprietors to carry workers’ compensation insurance while performing work under a CSH subcontract. CSH subcontractors cannot have existing, pending, or expired debarments that preclude them from doing business with the United States government and cannot have convictions for, nor have any pending indictments for fraud or a criminal offense in connection with a public contract or subcontract.