GRANTS & RFPs
What's a Grant / RFP?
A grant is a way the government funds your ideas and projects to provide public services. Grants support critical recovery initiatives, innovative research, and a variety of other programs.
An RFP, or Request for Proposal, is a type of bidding solicitation in which a company or organization announces that funding is available for a particular project or program, and companies can place bids for the projects completion.
Notice of Intent to Issue a Request for Proposals for National Diabetes Prevention Program
On June 24, 2015, the Minneapolis Health Department will issue a Request for Proposals (RFP) from providers of the National Diabetes Prevention Program (NDPP) curriculum--also known as the I CAN Prevent Diabetes Program or the We Can Prevent Diabetes Program--to provide NDPP classes to Minneapolis residents. Projects will be funded for a period of 13 months beginning September 1, 2015.
Click the link above to view the Minneapolis Standard Agreement Contract Form.
Office of Grants and Special Projects
The Office of Grants and Special Projects is a division of the Intergovernmental Relations Department in the City Coordinator's Office . It provides leadership and direction to the City and its departments in the areas of grant seeking and management.
The City of Minneapolis occasionally posts Request for Proposal (RFP) for professional and other services on this website. The Request for Proposal process is coordinated by the department in need of the services. Follow the link to view all RFPs that are currently open for proposals. Please review the RFP carefully before preparing proposals.
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Last updated Jul 13, 2015