Government Contract | Arkansas
CCWIS System

Bid Information

Bid Alert No: 00002123715

Bid Title: CCWIS System

Agency Bid No. Title: 710-20-0041

Received Date: 04/08/2020

Close Date: 06/08/2020

Purchase Type: Term:

Delivery Point:

Delivery Date: Not Stated

Special Notices: Questions Due By 04/17/2020 04:00 PM


Specifications include, but are not limited to: DCFS provides a myriad of services to fulfil its goals and mission, through specialized units and servicesthroughout the organization including the following: Child Welfare Community Services The Community Services section is responsible for overseeing all aspects ofservice delivery from DCFS county field staff to their communities. The Assistant Director of Community Servicesoversees the states ten Area Directors who oversee the supervisory staff of the counties in their respectivegeographic service areas. Child Maltreatment Central Registry and Background Check Information and Notification- The Central RegistryUnit maintains a statewide registry for the collection of child maltreatment investigation reports. Reports made tothe Department are confidential and information included in the automated data system is retained to assist thedepartment in assessing future risk and safety. The Background Check Information and Notification Unit assistswith processing of required criminal record checks for staff, foster parents, and adoptive parents and issuesnotices regarding the child maltreatment investigative determination to all persons pursuant to A.C.A. 12-18-703et seq. The State is in the process of developing an Enterprise Criminal Background Check system. The futuresystem will be required to utilize this system for criminal background checks. Children's Reporting and Information System (CHRIS) - Children's Reporting and Information System (CHRIS)was developed to meet the needs of family service workers. The system reduces paperwork, provides tools totrack the children and families to assures that information being collected is correct. CHRIS will be replaced bythe Future System. Eligibility - The DCFS Eligibility Unit is responsible for determining title IV-E and Medicaid eligibility of childrenwho enter foster care. The state is reimbursed for administrative and maintenance costs provided that a child isIV-E eligible and a childs placement meets required Arkansas licensing standards. Medicaid eligibility isdetermined for children in foster care, children adopted and receiving an adoption subsidy, children enteringArkansas through the Interstate Compact for Placement of Children (ICPC), children entering Arkansas throughthe Interstate Compact for Adoption Medicaid Assistance (ICAMA), and children participating in the SubsidizedGuardianship Program.

Product Codes: 91829, 92040, 92064, 92045

Agency Information

Issuing Agency: State of Arkansas - Department of Human Services

State: Arkansas

Agency Type: State and Local

Contact: Nawania Williams, Office of Procurement 700 Main Street, Slot W345, P.O. Box 1437, Little Rock, Arkansas, 72203

Phone: 501-320-6511




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