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HOUSING AMBASSADORS “READY TO RENT” FUNDING – Request for Expressions of Interest – Due 12/04/17 at 4:00 P.M.

HPD seeks expressions of interest from non-profit organizations who provide assistance and education to affordable housing lottery applicants. Please download the RFEI and return it by 12/4/17 at 4:00pm via email to Emily Osgood at osgoode@hpd.nyc.gov or ambassadors@hpd.nyc.gov.

Organizations interested in this funding are invited to a pre-submission conference call on 11/27/17 at 1:00pm, in which HPD will answer questions related to the program. Conference line #: 1-877-524-9563. Participant code: 3793855#.


CONSULTING SERVICES FOR SECTION 8 - Competitive Sealed Proposal - PIN 80617P0002 – Due 12/07/17 at 5:00 P.M.

HPD seeks proposals for Consulting Services for Section 8 program. RFP documents are available for free download: https://a856-cityrecord.nyc.gov/RequestDetail/20171103015. Paper RFP documents are available for $25 non-refundable convenience fee (Certified Check/Money Order payable to “NYC Dept of HPD”): 100 Gold Street, 6th Floor, New York NY 10038. Please feel free to contact Gaurav Channan at email address: Channang@hpd.nyc.gov or phone number: 212-863-6140, with any questions or if special accommodations are required to pick up solicitation documents by people with disabilities.

It is highly recommended that interested parties attend the non-mandatory Pre-bid Conference on 11/20/17 at 11:00 A.M. at 100 Gold Street, 4th Floor, Room 4-V1, New York NY 10038. Contract will be subject to all provisions required by Federal, State and local statutes, rules and regulations.


NOTICE OF INTENT TO RENEW CONTRACT
Family Self Sufficiency Program
BronxWorks Inc.
E-PIN:  80614I0002003R001

The City of New York’s Department of Housing Preservation and Development intends to exercise its renewal option with BronxWorks, Inc. for the Family Self Sufficiency Program for the provision of Education, Training and Job Placement Services, Boro-wide, in the Bronx.  BronxWorks is located at 60 East Tremont Avenue, Bronx, NY 10453. The term of the renewal is from  01/01/2018 to 12/31/2020.  The E-PIN Number for this renewal  is 80614I0002003R001.  The proposed dollar value of this renewal is $ 527,000.  BronxWorks  provides  a comprehensive program to provide services to participants in HPD’s Family-Self Sufficiency Program (FSS). These services would include conducting an initial needs assessment, and developing a detailed self-sufficiency plan that will guide participants to self-sufficiency by the end of the five year program.  Once the plan is developed, BronxWorks offers services that advance the goals set forth in the self-sufficiency plan or provide referrals to those services.  These services would include but not be limited to:

- Financial literacy
- Credit counseling and repair
- Case management
- Individual development account (IDA) development
- Benefit and work support services
- Workforce development services
- Education and training services

In addition to offering services, the CBO would engage participants to ensure they are actively participating in the program and track participant outcomes. 
Agency Point of Contact regarding provision of a copy of the Contract Summary is: Mr. Jay M. Bernstein, Deputy Agency Chief Contracting Officer, at E-Mail: jb1@hpd.nyc.gov


 

NOTICE OF INTENT TO RENEW CONTRACT
Family Self Sufficiency Program
CAMBA INC.
E-PIN:  80614I0002002R001

The City of New York’s Department of Housing Preservation and Development intends to exercise its renewal option with Church Avenue Merchants Block Association (“CAMBA INC.”) for the Family Self Sufficiency Program for the provision of Education, Training and Job Placement Services, Boro-wide, in Brooklyn.  CAMBA INC.  is located at 1720 Church Avenue, Brooklyn , NY 11226. The term of the renewal is from 01/01/2018 to 12/31/2020.  The E-PIN Number for this renewal  is 80614I0002002R001.  The proposed dollar value of this renewal is $ 527,000.  CAMBA provides a comprehensive program to provide services to participants in HPD’s Family-Self Sufficiency Program (FSS). These services would include conducting an initial needs assessment, and developing a detailed self-sufficiency plan that will guide participants to self-sufficiency by the end of the five year program.  Once the plan is developed, CAMBA offers services that advance the goals set forth in the self-sufficiency plan or provide referrals to those services.  These services would include but not be limited to:


- Financial literacy
- Credit counseling and repair
- Case management
- Individual development account (IDA) development
- Benefit and work support services
- Workforce development services
- Education and training services

In addition to offering services, CAMBA INC. would engage participants to ensure they are actively participating in the program and track participant outcomes. 
Agency Point of Contact regarding provision of a copy of the Contract Summary is: Mr. Jay M. Bernstein, Deputy Agency Chief Contracting Officer, at E-Mail: jb1@hpd.nyc.gov  


NOTICE OF INTENT TO RENEW CONTRACT
Family Self Sufficiency Program
Northern Manhattan Improvement Corp
E-PIN:  80614I0002001R001

The City of New York’s Department of Housing Preservation and Development intends to exercise its renewal option with Northern Manhattan Improvement Corp. (“NMIC”) for the Family Self Sufficiency Program for the provision of Education, Training and Job Placement Services, Boro-wide, in Manhattan.  NMIC is located at 45 Wadsworth Avenue, New York, NY 10033. The term of the renewal is from  01/01/2018 to 12/31/2020.  The E-PIN Number for this renewal  is 80614I0002001R001.  The proposed dollar value of this renewal is $ 527,000.  NMIC provides a comprehensive program to provide services to participants in HPD’s Family-Self Sufficiency Program (FSS). These services would include conducting an initial needs assessment, and developing a detailed self-sufficiency plan that will guide participants to self-sufficiency by the end of the five year program.  Once the plan is developed, NMIC offers services that advance the goals set forth in the self-sufficiency plan or provide referrals to those services.  These services would include but not be limited to:


- Financial literacy
- Credit counseling and repair
- Case management
- Individual development account (IDA) development
- Benefit and work support services
- Workforce development services
- Education and training services

In addition to offering services, NMIC would engage participants to ensure they are actively participating in the program and track participant outcomes. 
Agency Point of Contact regarding provision of a copy of the Contract Summary is: Mr. Jay M. Bernstein, Deputy Agency Chief Contracting Officer, at E-Mail: jb1@hpd.nyc.gov


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