- Write an internal proposal in which you propose a plan to carry out a research or a project that you believe will benefit your organization. It can be a project that seeks solutions to certain problems, updates an old system, or creates a new way of performing existing duties. Address the proposal to your direct superior and persuade him/her to grant you permission and fund your research or project
- Locate and obtain a copy of an IFB or RFP from a government agency or private organization related to your major or area of interest. Write a proposal in response to the IFB or RFP in order to compete with other suppliers and win the contract.
Your proposal must include the following components:
Summary: Provide an overview of your proposed program.
Introduction: Identify the problem or opportunity. Explain the purpose of the proposal. Indicate the scale of the proposal. Explain the organization method implemented to carry out the program.
Proposed Program: Provide clear details of the proposed program. Describe the products and/or services you will be offering. List the specific tasks you will be performing.
Qualifications and Experiences: Describe your qualifications. Explain how they fulfill the requirements specified in the IFB or RFP. Present your experiences in the field.
Budget: Specify the costs for the completion of the program.
Appendixes (Optional): Provide any required information specified in the IFB or RFP
National Youth Screening and Assessment Project, may also be available to support implementation. c. DJS should consider amending its practice of screening all youth who appear at the BCJJC for detention admission using the Detention Risk Assessment Instrument, even youth who will ultimately be diverted prior to DJS referral through the BPD Diversion Program. This will limit young people’s exposure to the detrimental impact and collateral consequences associated with generating unnecessary DJS and court records. d. BPD should develop a training and messaging strategy to increase officer knowledge and understanding of new policies and protocols for interacting with youth, the purpose of the juvenile court system, details of juvenile justice process, and the purpose of secure detention. Clear and consistent messaging for officers will help to mitigate the obdurate frustration that officers reportedly experience when they perceive that young people are not being held accountable by the system. e. Conduct a case processing analysis of adult-charged youth in detention to identify why time spent in detention for these youth has doubled from 2014 to 2018 and develop policies and programs to address the causes of delays. 2. Programs and Conditions a. The City should partner closely with DJS and the Baltimore JDAI Oversight Board to assess the continuum of Secure Detention Alternative established by DJS and the extent to which it meets existing needs. b. The City and its appropriate offices and agencies should partner with DJS to identify additional programs for youth in detention, in particular youth charged as adults, that can help young people build skills and connections that will help them succeed following release and return to their communities. c. To the extent that there are gaps in the existing Secure Detention Alternatives Continuum, the City and DJS should partner closely to identify resources to enhance the Alternative Continuum. As a resource, stakeholders should consult the results of the Youth Service Provider Survey conducted as part of this assessment. 3. Community Engagement and Partnerships>GET ANSWER