View the full RFP Juvenile Services Division (JSD) Community Detention and Electronic Monitoring
The Multnomah County Department of Community Justice (DCJ), Juvenile Services Division (JSD) was seeking to purchase corrections-oriented community monitoring, tracking, and case management services for juveniles under the supervision of JSD.
Sustainability Questions Used (additional sustainability reference on page 7)
A. Please demonstrate how your organization will provide the services identified in the scope of work in a sustainable manner. This may include: transportation efficiencies (hybrid or electric cars/vans) or other sustainable practices. What measures will you take to minimize impacts to the environment in the delivery of services? Please provide specific examples, metrics, details of efforts, practices, and/or processes.
B. Please demonstrate your organization’s sustainable business practices, which could include, but are not limited to a formal sustainability program and/or policies covering recycling measures and/or energy conservation plans. Please provide specific examples, metrics, and details of practices and include copies of reports, policies or plans if available.
C. What sustainability Innovations does your organization have to offer in the delivery of services?