The University of Alberta’s Medically At-Risk Driver Centre (MARD) is delivering a pilot project to evaluate the value of ride-scheduling software in increasing the efficiency of service delivery and decreasing the costs of alternate transportation for seniors (ATS) service provision. As part of the project, MARD invites applications from non-profit organizations such as senior’s centres and municipalities that deliver ATS services and are interested in participating in the project.
The successful applicant will work with MARD to establish
the implementation of ride-scheduling software within its ATS service/organization and facilitate
evaluation of the software during this pilot project.
Proposals will be accepted from:
- Not-for-profit organizations (e.g., senior's centres, handivan societies, municipalities, etc.) in Alberta that are currently delivering ATS services;
- Communities with populations of less than 15,000 people; and
- ATS service providers delivering a minimum of 120 rides to seniors per month.
Please email electronic RFP applications, using the formal proposal template to firstname.lastname@example.org
Access to RFP Guidelines and Proposal Template
Please see the MARD website for complete RFP guidelines and application instructions: www.mard.ualberta.ca
Your RFP application must be received on or before 3:30 pm on September 8, 2016.
Proposals will be accepted in either electronic or hard copy format. Late applications will not be accepted.
Enquiries may be directed to:
Director of Advocacy and Communications