Study of the Safe and Drug-Free Schools Middle School Coordinator Initiative
UPDATE AUGUST 25, 1999
Amendment 0003 was issued on August 25, 1999. The purpose of the Amendment is to replace a paragraph under Clause B.2 and to extend the proposal due date to 2PM, September 9, 1999. Amendment 0003(1K) is hereby made available for downloading. No other changes have been made to the solicitation.
UPDATE AUGUST 24, 1999
Amendment 0002 was issued on August 23, 1999. The purpose of the Amendment was to respond to questions from potential offerors. The proposal due date has been extended to September 7, 1999. Amendment 0002(29K) is hereby made available for downloading.
UPDATE AUGUST 9, 1999
Amendment 0001 was issued on August 9, 1999. It made one change to the solicitation. The Amendment provided the address where proposals should be sent, as shown below:
On Standard Form 33, Block 8, insert the following address:
U.S. Dept. of Education, CPO/SSG
GSA Bldg., (ROB-3), Rm. 3616
Seventh and D Streets, SW
Washington, DC 20202-4443
SOLICITATION NUMBER:RFP ED-99-R-0035
DUE DATE:September 3, 1999, 2 P.M. E.S.T.
REVISED DUE DATE:September 9, 1999, 2 P.M. E.S.T.
POC:Alice Mihill, Contract Specialist at (202) 708-8373
The U.S. Department of Education has a requirement to develop an evaluation design for a study of the Safe and Drug-Free Schools and Communities Act (SDFSCA) Middle School Coordinators Initiative and, at the option of the government, to implement that design. One purpose of the study is to investigate the extent to which providing federal resources to support full-time school drug and violence prevention coordinators makes a positive difference in SDFSCA programming, and to help determine whether ED should recommend that all districts employ full-time coordinators. A secondary purpose is, therefore, to provide detailed information about the implementation process in grantee districts to serve as a model for other districts.
Requests for copies of the RFP may be made by telephone, mail, telegram, Internet, or in person. All requests shall reference the RFP number (ED-99-R-0035) and title. Telephone requests may be placed by calling 202-708-6498. Mail or telegram requests shall be sent to the following address, U.S. Department of Education/CPO, ATTN: Yolanda Abney, Room 3616, 7th & D Streets, SW, Washington, DC 20202-4443. Internet requests may be sent to Yolanda_Abney@ed.gov. Copies of the RFP may be picked up in person on the issuing date at the above address, Room 3616. Issue date is July 30, 1999 and closing date is 2:00PM EST September 9, 1999. All responsible sources may submit a proposal which will be considered. The dates listed herein are subject to change.
NOTE: Attachment C, Grant Announcement for the Middle School Drug Prevention and School Safety Program Coordinators, and Attachment E, Small Business and Small Disadvantaged Business Subcontracting Plan, are not available in electronic format. They are available from the Contract Specialist listed above.
SOLIC-35.ZIP (215K) - Files needed to prepare a proposal, zipped for easy downloading, including the RFP in PDF format, which retains exact formatting as the hardcopy RFP, and the Statement of Work in MS Word format. All the documents contained in this file are in either MS Word or PDF format. Zip utility software is required to extract the 4 files from this zip file before viewing in word processor or other applications. The Adobe Acrobat Reader, which is available free, is required to view and print PDF files. See Amendment 0003 above for changes to Clause B.2(e)(1) of the RFP.PDF file.
SOW35.HTM (32K) - Statement of Work (SOW) in HTML format for easy viewing on-line. This SOW was converted from the original word processing format to allow it to be viewed easily online. Some codes and formatting may have been changed in the conversion. Use the MS Word version in the zip file for preparing comments or proposals.
RFP35.TXT (225K) - Request for Proposal in ASCII format for quick viewing on-line. Use the PDF version in the zip file to prepare comments or proposals. Updated August 25, 1999, through Amendment 0003.
Contact Gary Weaver at (202) 401-0083 for downloading problems only.