Department of Rehabilitation (DOR) Contract/Grant Solicitations

This site provides information on DOR's current solicitations by Program including: Request for Proposal (RFP), Invitation for Bid (IFB), Request for Application (RFA) and Request for Information (RFI). In addition, Intent to Award Notices are provided.

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RFA / RFP / RFI / IFB Requests Listed by Due Date

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Intent To Award Notices Page

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Information and Sample Contract Documents

 


All documents below are in Rich Text Format (RTF) unless otherwise noted in parentheses.

OVERVIEW OF DOR PROGRAMS ADMINISTERING VARIOUS CONTRACTS AND GRANTS

BLIND SERVICES GRANTS (BSG)

DOR's services for the Blind and Visually Impaired administers grants to private, nonprofit agencies that provide direct independent living services to visually impaired individuals age 55 and older. Core services funded by these grants include orientation & mobility, activities of daily living, adjustment counseling, advocacy, adaptive equipment/assistive technology and transportation.

Review Title VII, Chapter 2 Regulations regarding independent living grants for the elderly blind.

BUSINESS ENTERPRISE PROGRAM (BEP)

DOR provides an opportunity for qualified DOR consumers, who are legally blind, to become independent food service professionals under the Business Enterprise Program (BEP). The DOR BEP provides its consumers with training in the operation of cafeterias, vending stands, convenience stores, and vending machine locations with the ultimate goal of the consumers becoming independent food service professionals in California. The DOR establishes service contracts for equipment maintenance, service and/or repairs to support the BEP program's cafeterias, vending stands, convenience stores and vending machine locations. The support ensures minimum interruption to business operations and food service to the customers.

CASE SERVICE/COOPERATIVE AGREEMENTS

Collaborative Services is responsible for coordination of the Department's efforts with state and local education agencies, local mental health agencies and the Department of Developmental Services. Services are structured to assist DOR consumers achieve their employment goals. DOR contracts with local cooperative/case service programs, including; Mental Health Agencies, Secondary Education Agencies, Adult Schools, Regional Occupational Centers and Programs, Community Colleges, State Universities, Regional Centers, and Traumatic Brain Injury Service Agencies and Programs to provide related training, assistive technology, supported employment, and job placement support for eligible individuals.

Contract Handbook for Case Service/Cooperative Agreements (Contract Manual):

Consumer and State Owned Adaptive Driving Vehicle Modification Services

The DOR works with consumers to develop an individualized plan for employment, which identifies the vocational rehabilitation services necessary to achieve the consumerís specific employment outcome. Depending on the needs of the consumer, the vocational rehabilitation services may include a driving evaluation, loan of a state-owned modified vehicle as a transportation service, installation and repair of adaptive equipment on a privately-owned vehicle as a rehabilitation technology service, and training on the modified vehicle or equipment provided.

The specifications for vehicle modification services are identified in the DOR Specifications for Adaptive Driving Equipment (SADE) and the discussion and interpretation section of the SADE.

SADE and Discussion and Interpretation Section of the SADE:

INDEPENDENT LIVING & ASSISTIVE TECHNOLOGY SECTIONS (ILS & AT)

The Independent Living Section of DOR is one part of California's independent living network, which includes 29 independent living centers (ILCs) and the State Independent Living Council (SILC). The network is dedicated to the ideal that communities become fully accessible and integrated so that all persons with disabilities can live, work, shop and play where they choose, without barriers. DOR administers the program in California and provides technical assistance and financial support for the independent living centers. In addition, DOR administers the California Assistive Technology System which is funded by a federal grant through the Federal Rehabilitation Services Administration. In order for the DOR to implement the required services, the DOR contracts with the California Foundation for Independent Living Centers to provide AT services statewide to assist individuals with disabilities to live independently and participate in the community.

DOR offers ILS & AT Contracts and Grants to private nonprofit organizations in eight areas which can be reviewed at Title VII, Chapter 1 Regulations regarding ILS grants and contracts, and Title 9 Regulations, regarding establishment grants.

VR SERVICE PROVIDER (VR)

The Community Resources Development Section of DOR conducts extensive needs assessments across 13 districts and Blind Field Services to determine gaps in the local services that consumers need to be successful in employment preparation and placement.

 


 

All RFAs / RFPs / RFI / IFBs are available by going to the State of California "official" website: Contracts for State of California on BIDSYNC

RFA / RFP / RFI / IFB Requests Listed by Due Date in RTF:

All documents below are in Rich Text Format (RTF) unless otherwise noted in parentheses.

Due in 2014 (LISTED BY DUE DATE)

Due in 2013 (LISTED BY DUE DATE)

Contract/Grant Solicitations Due in 2012