Government Contract | Iowa
Intensive Community Based Supervision and Risk Reduction Services

Bid Information

Bid Alert No: 00000516568

Bid Title: Intensive Community Based Supervision and Risk Reduction Services

Agency Bid No. Title: 2017-5-02

Received Date: 03/21/2016

Close Date: 05/06/2016

Purchase Type: 1 year term

Delivery Point:

Delivery Date: Not Stated

Special Notices: Questions Due By 03/23/2016 03:00 PM, L.O.I. Due By 03/23/2016 03:00 PM


Specifications include, but are not limited to:Polk County Juvenile Court Services currently funds a contract for adolescent Tracking, Monitoring and Outreach Services for youth involved with Polk County Juvenile Court Services for delinquent acts and has held similar contracts for many years. Tracking services have historically focused on setting and/or enforcing rules to address immediate community safety concerns and accountability, along with providing guidance and support to children and families involved with delinquency proceedings. These will continue to be primary goals of this contract. However, addressing long-term community safety concerns with intentional evidence-based interventions to reduce delinquency risk factors will be equally important in this contract. Further, the impact on youth, families and communities due to disproportionate minority representation in the criminal justice system illustrates the need for improved outcomes and is also an important goal for this service. 1.2 RFP General Definitions. Definitions in this section correspond with capitalized terms in the RFP. Agency means: * In this RFP Juvenile Court Services (JCS). * In the attached sample contract, Agency means the Iowa Department of Human Services(DHS). Juvenile Court Services (JCS) means a division of the Iowa Judicial Branch in which juveniles adjudicated by the Iowa Juvenile Court as delinquent and youth at risk of entering the court system receive services as directed by the Chief Juvenile Court Officer or designee. Supports may include case management and a variety of community based services, known as graduated sanctions services. Pursuant to the authority granted in Iowa Code chapters 232, 602, 7E, and 8 and the annual appropriations Acts, the executive branch, represented by the Agency, and the judicial branch, represented by the state court administrator and the chief juvenile court officers, are each charged with specific responsibilities for funding, administering, and providing services such as those described in this contract. Bid Proposal or Proposal means the bidders proposal submitted in response to the RFP. Deliverables means all of the services, goods, products, work, work product, data (including data collected on behalf of the Agency), items, materials and property to be created, developed, produced, delivered, performed, or provided by or on behalf of, or made available through, the Contractor (or any agent, contractor or subcontractor of the Contractor) in connection with any contract resulting from this RFP. Invoice means a Contractors claim for payment. At the Agencys discretion, claims may be submitted on an original invoice from the Contractor or may be submitted on a claim form accepted by the Agency, such as a General Accounting Expenditure (GAX) form. Definitions Specific to this RFP. "Youth" means youth who are under the supervision of Juvenile Court Services. "Contractor" means successful or chosen bidder/vendor. "IDA" means the Iowa Delinquency Assessment (IDA), a standardized and validated risk and needs assessment instrument designed to guide Juvenile Court Officers in dispositional recommendations and to develop case plans for reducing delinquency risks

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Product Codes: 95223, 95215, 95295

Agency Information

Issuing Agency: Juvenile Court Services Fifth Judicial District

State: Iowa

Agency Type: State and Local

Contact: Kelly Cox 2309 Euclid Avenue, Des Moines,, Iowa, 50310

Phone: 515-286-2078

Fax: 515-286-3029



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