Request for Proposals for Training and Technical Assistance Services RELEASE DATE: July 9 2012 RESPONSES DUE: August 9, 2012 Indiana Housing and Community Development Authority 30 South Meridian Street, Suite 1000 Indianapolis, Indiana 46204 317-232-7777
2 Request for Proposals for Training and Technical Assistance Services NOTICE OF FUNDING OPPORTUNITY The Indiana Housing and Community Development Authority (IHCDA) is requesting proposals from one or more organizations to plan, coordinate and deliver training and technical assistance services to not-for-profits that promote knowledge, service delivery and innovation for staff and leadership, and strengthen the overall capacity of said stakeholders to positively impact individuals, families and communities. ABOUT THE INDIANA HOUSING AND COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY IHCDA is a quasi-state agency, created by Indiana statute in 1978. IHCDA creates housing opportunity, generates and preserves assets, and revitalizes neighborhoods by investing financial and technical resources in the development efforts of qualified partners throughout Indiana. IHCDA partners with the federal government, public and private non-profit housing developers and local units of government to fund, construct and rehabilitate houses, multi-family properties and other community development projects throughout the State of Indiana. IHCDA funds entities that work to end homelessness, create communities of choice, provide opportunities for seniors to age in place, demonstrate energy conservation, and stabilize housing markets. FUNDING SUMMARY IHCDA receives approximately $11 million per year from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) to support for-profit and not-for-profit organizations as they develop affordable housing opportunities for low-income people in Indiana. IHCDA’s partners in developing affordable housing include Community Housing Development Organizations (CHDOs), local units of government, for-profit developers and not-for-profit community development corporations. IHCDA is seeking to contract with an entity for a period of two (2) years, beginning on January 1, 2013 and through December 31, 2014, to conduct training and deliver technical assistance targeted at public agencies and/or non-profit organizations that are potential or current recipients of funding from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development. SCOPE OF WORK The entity selected will perform the following activities which contains three (3) components: 1) Technical Assistance, 2) Classroom Style Live Trainings, and 3) On-
3 Demand Trainings. Respondents may choose to respond to any or all three components. Technical Assistance ComponentProvide Technical Assistance to CHDO’slocated across the State of Indiana.