Must meet accreditation and/or licensure standards for service provision
In particular, it must be demonstrated how the Applicant meets the accreditation requirements of Ohio Administrative Code 3304-1-12 Community rehabilitation program standards and/or the licensure requirements of Ohio Administrative Code 3304-2-53 Qualifications for service providers and vendors.
Registration on State of Ohio Website- Important!
Applicants submitting proposals must also have a corresponding expression of interest in applying for recovery funds on the State of Ohio Federal Stimulus Initiative website at: http://www.recovery.ohio.gov/opportunties/state/
Applicants who do not submit an interest on this website by Friday, February 12, 2010 will be disqualified from consideration for this RFP Process.
RSC would like to be able to provide an exhaustive listing of allowable and unallowable costs. Unfortunately without a clear understanding of the types of costs each proposal may include, it is impossible to provide this level of guidance.
It is possible that during contract negotiations RSC may need to seek guidance from RSA related to the permissibility of a particular cost included in the proposal. We have allowed more time during this phase to seek additional guidance as necessary.
RSC will not approve costs related to the construction or purchase of buildings under this program.
Vehicle costs would only be considered for only 12 months based on Standard Use Life. If a contractor enters into a multi year lease agreement, the contractor must have plans to meet the lease obligations after the stimulus contract period ends.
Lease agreements for buildings or vehicles would only be considered for the 12 month contract period. If a contractor enters into a multi year lease agreement, the contractor must have plans to meet the lease obligations after the stimulus contract period ends.
Large equipment costs would only be considered for only 12 months based on Standard Use Life on a case by case basis.