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Employment Support Services at correctional facilities (various)

Agency: University of Wisconsin
Level of Government: State & Local
Category:
  • R - Professional, Administrative and Management Support Services
Opps ID: NBD15825587117785507
Posted Date: Dec 1, 2019
Due Date: Dec 18, 2019
Source: http://www.publicnotices.wi.go...
Organization: VendorNet http://vendornet.wi.gov
Publish Dates: 11/26/2019 through 12/18/2019
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Sub Category: Request for Bid Municipality:
Region: Entire State Status: Active
Employment Support Services at correctional facilities (various)
Through this request for bid, the Department of Corrections (DOC), Division of Adult Institutions (DAI), is requesting bids for the purchase of Employment Support Services (ESS) for male individuals under DOC care (i.e., Person In Our Care or PIOC). The DAI facilitates work release programming at 10 of its minimum-security male correctional centers, which are part of DOC's Wisconsin Correctional Center System (WCCS), as well as for male individuals under DOC care at Sturtevant Transitional Facility, located on the Racine Correctional Institution campus (RCI/STF). The purpose and goal of the Work Release Program is to successfully reintegrate PIOC into the community by helping PIOC develop job skills, a positive work ethic, and self-sufficiency skills. A portion of the income earned by participants is used to reimburse the State for the cost of room and board. Income earned also contributes to PIOC obligations such as: child support, court ordered obligations (such as restitution), and victim/witness surcharges. Employment Support Services are an integral part of DAI meeting these goals and contributes to successful PIOC reentry into the community. PIOC identified for work release placement require ESS assistance in: identifying work skills for prospective employers; creating resume and cover letters; developing/improving interview skills; entering on-line applications; obtaining appropriate identification for employment; obtaining clothing and tools for employment; transportation to/from job sites; and, other activities for finding and maintaining employment. Bidders may submit pricing for one or more service locations. The DOC intends to use the results of the RFB process to purchase Employment Support Services at each of these 11 DAI facilities (service locations) offering work release programming: • Felmers O. Chaney Correctional Center (FCCC) in Milwaukee, WI • Gordon Correctional Center (GCC) in Gordon, WI • John Burke Correctional Center (JBCC) in Waupun, WI • Kenosha Correctional Center (KCC) in Kenosha, WI • Marshall E. Sherrer Correctional Center (MSCC) in Milwaukee, WI • McNaughton Correctional Center (MCC) in Lake Tomahawk, WI • Oregon Correctional Center (OCC) in Oregon, WI • Sanger B. Powers Correctional Center (SPCC) in Oneida, WI • Thompson Correctional Center (TCC) in Deerfield, WI • Winnebago Correctional Center (WCC) in Winnebago, WI • Racine Correctional Institution/Sturtevant Transitional Facility (RCI/STF) in Sturtevant, WI
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Solicitation Reference #: KJK-7150
Title: Employment Support Services at correctional facilities (various)
Available Date: 11/26/2019
Due Date: 12/18/2019 4:00:00 PM
Bid Synopsis: Through this request for bid, the Department of Corrections (DOC), Division of Adult Institutions (DAI), is requesting bids for the purchase of Employment Support Services (ESS) for male individuals under DOC care (i.e., Person In Our Care or PIOC). The DAI facilitates work release programming at 10 of its minimum-security male correctional centers, which are part of DOC's Wisconsin Correctional Center System (WCCS), as well as for male individuals under DOC care at Sturtevant Transitional Facility, located on the Racine Correctional Institution campus (RCI/STF). The purpose and goal of the Work Release Program is to successfully reintegrate PIOC into the community by helping PIOC develop job skills, a positive work ethic, and self-sufficiency skills. A portion of the income earned by participants is used to reimburse the State for the cost of room and board. Income earned also contributes to PIOC obligations such as: child support, court ordered obligations (such as restitution), and victim/witness surcharges. Employment Support Services are an integral part of DAI meeting these goals and contributes to successful PIOC reentry into the community. PIOC identified for work release placement require ESS assistance in: identifying work skills for prospective employers; creating resume and cover letters; developing/improving interview skills; entering on-line applications; obtaining appropriate identification for employment; obtaining clothing and tools for employment; transportation to/from job sites; and, other activities for finding and maintaining employment. Bidders may submit pricing for one or more service locations. The DOC intends to use the results of the RFB process to purchase Employment Support Services at each of these 11 DAI facilities (service locations) offering work release programming: • Felmers O. Chaney Correctional Center (FCCC) in Milwaukee, WI • Gordon Correctional Center (GCC) in Gordon, WI • John Burke Correctional Center (JBCC) in Waupun, WI • Kenosha Correctional Center (KCC) in Kenosha, WI • Marshall E. Sherrer Correctional Center (MSCC) in Milwaukee, WI • McNaughton Correctional Center (MCC) in Lake Tomahawk, WI • Oregon Correctional Center (OCC) in Oregon, WI • Sanger B. Powers Correctional Center (SPCC) in Oneida, WI • Thompson Correctional Center (TCC) in Deerfield, WI • Winnebago Correctional Center (WCC) in Winnebago, WI • Racine Correctional Institution/Sturtevant Transitional Facility (RCI/STF) in Sturtevant, WI
Agency Contact: Kathy Kaeding, Phone: 608-240-5587
eSupplier: https://esupplier.wi.gov

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