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DEPARTMENT OF DINÉ EDUCATION

THE NAVAJO NATION

P.O. Box 670 · Window Rock, Arizona 86515

PHONE (928) 871 – 7475 · FAX (928) 871 – 7474

Request for Proposals The Department of Diné Education (DODE)

The Department of Diné Education, OSERS is requesting public, private professional organizations, and individually licensed professionals with relevant experience to submit applications to provide a database management system to track vocational rehabilitation services. These data must include but is not limited to: (a) individual information (e.g., demographics and education), (b) case-specific information (e.g., disability diagnoses, case-related dates, closure type and reason, counselor, and agency office), (c) information for each purchased service (including details on type and amount paid), and (d) comparable information on services provided. Applicants will work with identified staff to determine all data elements to be collected and required reports to support development of the data system.

The Navajo Nation shall provide preference to Navajo Nation owned and Indian owned proposers in accord with the Navajo Business Opportunity Act.

Applicants may submit qualifications of organization and staff including resumes/biographical sketches, proposed fees, proposed deliverables and timeline to the OSERS office at danielhaven@nndode.org. Questions can be directed to Daniel Haven, Administrative Service Officer at (928) 871-7489.

All proposals must be received by no later than 5:00 p.m. on Friday, July 2, 2021. No faxed copies of the proposals will be accepted. The Proposers bear the sole responsibility for ensuring that their proposals are received by the deadline. Incomplete and late proposals will not be considered. The contents of the proposals will be the only material considered in determination of a grant award. No revisions of the proposals content will be allowed following the deadline for submission of proposals except if requested by the Navajo Nation in the final negotiation of a grant award.

The Proposer must submit one (1) emailed copy by the Friday, July 9, 2021 deadline. The person authorized to legally bind the proposer must sign the proposals.