Evaluation Outcomes to Measure Impact of Older Americans Act Program System
Posted Date: 02/11/2014
Questions Due by: 02/19/2014
The Atlanta Regional Commission (ARC) is seeking proposals from organizations or individuals with experience in determining measureable evaluation outcomes for systems that serve older adults and persons with disabilities. ARC seeks recommendations on measurements and data sources to assess the impact of Older Americans Act programs in the Atlanta region. Historically, ARC has collected data on the number of persons served and quantity of services delivered. The need for measurements and data sources to assess the impact of Older Americans Act programs is a necessity to demonstrate value in an accountable climate for resources. ARC is seeking the best options to reach this goal and measured impacts may include health outcomes, reduced isolation or other outcomes as determined through this project’s results.
ARC is seeking proposals from entities that have experience in the following areas: 1) researching non-Medicaid home and community based long term care services and supports systems; 2) facilitating large and small groups; 3) understanding and utilizing the Collective Impact model 4) identifying emerging trends in evaluation in social sectors; and 4) working with elected officials.
February 10, 2014 Release of RFP
February 19, 2014 Deadline for Submitting Written Questions
March 10, 2014 Deadline for Submitting Proposals
Week of March 17, 2014 Notification of Award
April – June 30, 2014 Project Contract Period
In the selection criteria and scoring valuation section, clarification was requested for Item 3.
Will the experience in facilitation and the knowledge of Collective Impact be scored separately?
Yes, the score for this section will be based on 2 separate criteria:
a) Experience in facilitation, both large and small groups.
b) Understanding and experience in utilizing Collective Impact.