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Title: CONSULTING SERVICES FOR PROJECT MANAGEMENT, PROGRAM DESIGN, AND PLANNING SUPPORT FOR THE RAISE THE AGE INITIATIVE
Procurement
Administration for Children's Services (ACS)
Office of Procurement
150 William Street, 9th Floor, New York, NY 10038
Doron Pinchas
phone: (212) 341-3488
fax: (212) 341-9830
email: doron.pinchas@acs.nyc.gov
Archived
Services (other than human services)
Negotiated Acquisition
8/7/2017 - 8/11/2017
Solicitation

PIN#06817N0007 - Due: 9/7/2017 3:00 PM

The Negotiated Acquisition Solicitation Document can be downloaded from the ACS website: www.nyc.gov/acs and selecting “Respond to RFP” from the How do I?” dropdown menu. On the next screen, select “Go to RFP Online” under “Current ACS Business Opportunities.” On the next screen, select “Negotiated Acquisition Solicitations” under “Current Documents” and you will be brought to the page where this Negotiated Acquisition Solicitation is listed and can be downloaded.
Description
The “Raise the Age” legislation was signed into law on April 10, 2017. The legislation raises the age of adult criminal responsibility in the State of New York to the age of 18. In a phased approach, the legislation raises the presumptive juvenile accountability for 16 year olds effective October 1, 2018 and for 17 year olds on October 1, 2019. Through this Negotiated Acquisition (NA) solicitation, ACS is seeking a consultant firm (“Contractor”), with an active and fully dedicated onsite team, to project manage, guide, and support the City’s comprehensive design (administrative, programmatic, procedural, and policy), planning, management, rollout, and initial monitoring of the Raise the Age initiative.

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