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Connecticut Keep Kids Safe Grant Program (CKKSGP) - Request for Applications (RFA)
 
RFA #OPMPDPD20141110
 

The Office of Policy and Management (OPM) announces the release of a Request For Applications (RFA) for the Connecticut Keep Kids Safe Grant Program (CKKSGP).  The purpose of the CKKSGP is to provide grants to agencies, institutions or persons to conduct research, provide public education, establish outreach programs and enhance public awareness of safety issues with regard to children.

This RFA is issued in accordance with Sections 14-21f and 14-21g of the Connecticut General Statutes.  OPM reserves the right to amend or cancel this RFA, at any time, if OPM deems it to be necessary, appropriate, or otherwise in the best interest of the State.

OPM has designated the individual below as the Official Contact for purposes of this RFA.  The Official Contact is the only authorized contact for this RFA and, as such, handles all related communications on behalf of OPM.  Applicants, prospective applicants, and other interested parties are advised that any communication with any other OPM employee (including appointed officials) or personnel under contract to OPM about this RFA is strictly prohibited.  Applicants or prospective applicants who violate this instruction may risk disqualification from further consideration.

Official Contact:

Kathleen Symonds

Office of Policy and Management

450 Capitol Avenue, MS#52LTC

Hartford, Connecticut 06106-1379

PHONE:  860.418.6410

FAX:  860.418.6495          

E-Mail:  kathleen.symonds@ct.gov

 

Application Due Date and Time.  The Official Contact is the only authorized recipient of applications submitted in response to this RFA.  Faxed or e-mailed applications will not be evaluated.  When hand-delivering applications by courier or in person, allow extra time due to building security procedures.  OPM will not accept a postmark date as the basis for meeting the application due date and time.  Applications received after the due date and time may be accepted by OPM as a clerical function, but late applications will not be evaluated. 

 

Due Date: Monday, February 2, 2015

Time: 2:00 p.m.

 

THE COMPLETE RFA IS AVAILABLE IN ELECTRONIC FORMAT FROM THE OFFICIAL CONTACT, OR ON THE INTERNET AT THE FOLLOWING LOCATION:

 

State Contracting Portal:  http://das.ct.gov/cr1.aspx?page=12

 

 
Nonprofit Collaboration Incentive Grant Program - Request for Applications (RFA)
 
RFA #OPM-PDPD-20141022
 

The Office of Policy and Management (OPM) announces the release of a Request For Applications (RFA) for the Nonprofit Collaboration Incentive Grant Program (NCIP). Eligible applicants must be a collaboration of two or more nonprofit organizations providing services in Connecticut.  The application deadline for consideration for funding is on or before 3:00 p.m. on December 15, 2014.

 

The NCIP will distribute grants to qualified 501(c)(3) nonprofit organizations.  Applicants may request funding for one-time infrastructure costs to implement consolidations of programs or services resulting from the collaboration of two or more nonprofit organizations.  Grant funds may be used for the purchase of, or improvements to, facilities; refinancing of facility loans; equipment purchases; energy conservation, transportation and technology projects; and relocation expenses related to physical consolidation of the collaboration.  The amount of available funding is $1,273,079.

  

Important Changes to the NCIP RFA:

 

Organizations and/or subcontractors that have received funding in previous rounds of the Nonprofit Collaboration Incentive Program are now eligible to submit an application for this RFA or any other NCIP RFA that may be released in the future.

 

Applicants applying for Facility Purchase, Facility Improvement or Facility Loan Refinancing Projects are no longer required to file a lien on the property to be purchased, improved or refinanced.

 

 

Additional RFA Information & Documents:

 

The RFA Guidelines, Application Instructions and Complete Application are available at The State of CT/DAS BizNet Portal.

 

The Official NCIP Application Contact person is Pamela Trotman who can be reached by email at Pamela.trotman@ct.gov, or by phone at 860-418-6359.

 

 

 

 
 
 

 
 
 
Transit Oriented Development Grant Program - Request for Applications (RFA)
 
RFA #OPM-IGP-20140925
 

The Office of Policy and Management (OPM) hereby announces a Request for Applications (RFA) for the Transit Oriented Development Planning Grant Program.  Municipalities are invited to apply for planning grants ranging between $50,000 and $250,000, in accordance with the provisions of this RFA.  For more information download the RFA PDF document: OPM-IGP-20140925, or visit the DAS BizNet Portal at http://www.biznet.ct.gov/scp_search/BidDetail.aspx?CID=33669 for complete details.

Each application shall include: 1) a formal written proposal submitted by the chief executive officer of the municipality; 2) a resolution of the respective Regional Planning Organization indicating regional support for the application; and 3) Certified Resolutions of the municipality’s legislative body authorizing the chief executive officer to apply for the grant and to designate the grant administrator.

Milestone dates are summarized in Section G of this RFA.  Any questions on this RFA must be submitted in writing as well as in an electronic Portable Document File (PDF) no later than 4:00 p.m. on Wednesday, October 8, 2014 to:

Office of Policy and Management

450 Capitol Avenue

Mr. Daniel Morley, MS# 54ORG

Hartford, CT 06106-1379 

 

Electronic submissions must be sent to: Daniel.Morley@ct.gov.

Applications are due to the Office of Policy and Management by November 14, 2014 by 4:00 p.m.

 

QUESTIONS & ANSWERS DOCUMENT (posted 10/16/14)

 

 
 
 
 
 

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