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REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS

The Office of Planning Council Support – United Way of Greater Union County (UWGUC) is looking to subcontract with a consultant to develop an updated report of the 2020 Assessment of the Efficiency of the Administrative Mechanism. UWGUC provides administrative and logistical support to the Newark EMA HIV Health Services Planning Council. In this role, UWGUC works in partnership with the Recipient’s Office (City of Newark), who receives the Ryan White Part A funds on behalf of the Newark Eligible Metropolitan Area (EMA). 

 

Attached are the full RFP and a resource guide for Assessing the Efficient of the Administrative Mechanism. 

Documents

 

Referendum for Proposal (RFP)

 

All proposals are to be submitted to UWGUC by Wednesday, March 4, 2020 UWGUC no later than 4:00 p.m. Eastern Time. Applications can be mailed or dropped off in-person to:

 

Attention:  Tania Guaman, Project Manager

Newark EMA HIV Health Services Planning Council

United Way of Greater Union County

33 West Grand Avenue Elizabeth, NJ 07202

 

For more information, please contact Tania Guaman via email at tania.guaman@uwguc.org or by phone at (908) 353 7171 Ext. 109.

 

REFERENDUM FOR PROPOSAL (RFP) - United Way of Greater Union County  Newark Eligible Metropolitan Area (EMA) HIV Health Services Planning Council - NOW ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE 2020 NEEDS ASSESSMENT UPDATE AS REQUIRED BY THE RYAN WHITE PART A HIV/AIDS PROGRAM.  Below are the documents needed to submit proposal.

DEADLINE FOR SUBMISSION DECEMBER 20, 2019 AT 4 P.M. If there are any additional questions, applicants can reach out to Tania Guaman via email at  tania.guaman@uwguc.org or over the phone at (908) 353 7171 Ext. 109.

 

All proposals can be submitted via certified mail to:

 

Attn: Newark EMA

United Way of Greater Union County

33 West Grand Street

Elizabeth, NJ 07202

 

 

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