Operation of the Iroquois Job Corps Center with Outreach and Admissions and Career Transition Services 2
Amendent 0001 is being issued. Please refer to the attached SF-30 for details on the amendment.
This requirement is for the Operation of the Iroquois Job Corps Center located at 11780 Tibbets Road, Medina, NY 14103, which will include Outreach and Admissions (OA) and Career Transition Services (CTS) for eligible individuals participating in the Job Corps program. The RFP will be posted as unrestricted.
The Job Corps program was originally established by the Economic Opportunity Act of 1964; current authorization for the program is authorized under the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA) of 2014. The Job Corps program is a national residential and non-residential training and employment program administered by the United States Department of Labor to address multiple barriers to employment faced by disadvantaged youth, ages 16-24 years, throughout the United States.
This effort requires the contractor to operate the aforementioned Job Corps center which includes provision of academic, career technical, career success and independent living skills, career readiness training, and support services, for a total planned On-Board Strength of 225 students of which 115 are residential male students and 106 are residential female students, 2 are nonresidential male students and 2 are nonresidential female students. The contractor shall also operate residential quarters (housing) and services for all students as applicable. The Contractor shall provide OA services in the Finger Lakes workforce development area in the state of New York. The contractor shall ensure the arrival of a minimum of 290 students to the Iroquois Job Corps Center. The contractor will also be required to provide CTS annually for students enrolled at the Iroquois Job Corps Center, regardless of where the graduate or former enrollee resides or matriculates, and former enrollees within their eligibility period that separated under the prior operator.
The RFP will be available on the World Wide Web at the government point of entry, (SAM.GOV)http://beta.sam.gov. The RFP will be posted as an unrestricted, will be fixed price, and will have not-to-exceed CLINS for construction, equipment, career technical skills training, and travel. It is anticipated that the resultant contract will have a two-year base period of performance and three, unilateral one-year option periods. A pre-proposal conference will be held. The date, time and place of the pre-proposal conference will be identified in the Request for Proposal, (RFP). It is recommended that potential offerors download and read the RFP from the web site prior to attending the pre-proposal conference. All questions must be submitted in writing and will be addressed via an amendment to the RFP