Northeast Ohio Four County Regional Planning and Development Organization – Request For Proposals (RFP) for EDA Economic Recovery and Resiliency Planning Services
The Northeast Ohio Four County Regional Planning and Development Organization (NEFCO) seeks a qualified vendor to assist NEFCO staff with executing and completing a regional economic recovery and resiliency (ER&R) planning process and ER&R Plan document for Portage, Stark, Summit, and Wayne Counties, and satisfying the requirements and deliverables of NEFCO’s U.S. Economic Development Administration (EDA) CARES Act grant.
NEFCO seeks the assistance of an experienced vendor that can help NEFCO complete a planning process it started in 2020. The experienced vendor should have a team who understands public sector comprehensive planning, regional councils of government, economic development planning, meeting facilitation, and report compilation to assist NEFCO and its constituent governments with completing all of services and deliverables identified in this RFP.
Please click HERE for the full RFP, including instructions, terms and conditions, deliverables, timeline, interested party qualifications, and evaluation criteria. Proposal deadline is 5:00pm on February 14, 2022. Please contact Nick Lautzenheiser, NEFCO Economic Development Planner, at (330) 316-3719 or email@example.com with questions.
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