|Requests for Information and Information Session Registration|
Minnesota Management & Budget (MMB) is seeking information from stakeholders to assist in the development of the Minnesota Pay for Performance Pilot Program. The state often uses Requests for Information when contracting for a new good or service. The purpose is to enhance the state’s understanding of market conditions and stakeholder interest. Feedback received through the RFI process will be used to inform the development of one or more Requests for Proposal (RFPs) that may be used to enter into contracts with service providers and third party contractors for the Minnesota Pay for Performance Pilot Program. The program is currently targeting the areas of workforce development and supportive housing, although we welcome participation from other service areas as well.
MMB is issuing two RFIs to receive responses from two separate audiences. The first RFI seeks input from service providers. The second RFI seeks input from third parties to receive their feedback on the best roles third parties may perform as intermediaries between the state and service providers. Third parties may include foundations, infrastructure organizations, consultants or others.
The specific goals of the Request for Information from service providers are the following:
The specific goals of the Request for Information from third party contractors are the following:
These sessions are intended for executive directors or senior management of organizations that are interested Minnesota’s emerging pay for performance model, specifically in the areas of workforce development and supportive housing, although we welcome participation from other service areas as well. Organizations that might be well-positioned to serve as the intermediary between the pay for performance contract organizations and the state (such as foundations, infrastructure organizations or consultants) are also encouraged to attend.
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