RFP for Project evaluation for Atlantic Avenue Connected Corridor

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connected-corridor RFP for Project evaluationLong Beach Community Foundation is seeking proposals for a professional evaluation of the Atlantic Avenue Connected Corridor Community Collaboration project in Long Beach. The full Request for Proposal (RFP) is available for download on the Long Beach Community Foundation website.

Proposals are due October 29, 2010.

We anticipate the evaluation to begin in mid-November and be completed by early March 2011.

PURPOSE OF EVALUATION

Evaluate the effectiveness of the Atlantic Avenue Connected Corridor project in meeting the mission, goals, and objectives outlined at the start of the project in Fall 2007. For your reference, the RFP outlines the scope of the Connected Corridor project. Information from this evaluation will be used in the blueprint being produced as a model for potential use on other corridors throughout Long Beach and possibly other cities.

RESEARCH REQUESTED

The research should address three areas:

  1. An analysis of the process followed;
  2. the outcome of the program for the Atlantic Avenue Corridor community as a whole; and
  3. the long-term impact the collaboration is having on the community.

PROPOSAL REQUIREMENTS

  • A detailed discussion of the methodology or methodologies proposed along with justification for each.
  • The type of analysis to be done with each methodology.
  • A detailed budget for the evaluation.
  • A detailed timeframe of the steps to complete the evaluation.
  • The individuals responsible for the evaluation, including their resumes.
  • Brief description of experience with similar evaluation projects, if any.
  • Three professional references

Please visit Long Beach Community Foundation to download the complete RFP which includes a project description, goals & objectives, and maps for the Atlantic Avenue Connected Corridor project.

Any questions may be directed to: Sandy VandenBerge, LBCF Vice President (562) 435-9033 or sandyv@longbeachcf.org.

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