Requests for Proposal
The Council encourages those who are submitting proposals to be brief and clear in the presentation of their ideas. The length of the proposal is open to the needs of each applicant. However, please note that the Council does not consider the length of the proposal to be an indication of the importance of the information it contains. Proposals that are unnecessarily long, too wordy, or too full of jargon may detract from readability and will not improve the proposal evaluation score.
Applicants are encouraged to develop innovative and creative proposals for fostering inclusion of individuals with developmental disabilities.
Current Requests for Proposal
- Employment & Volunteer Activities RFP—Due by May 31, 2017
- Self-Advocacy Support Services RFP—Due by May 31, 2017
- Inclusive Community Activities RFP—Due by May 31, 2017