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Operation of the Guthrie Job Corps Center

General Information

Document Type:AWARD
Posted Date:Aug 03, 2017
Category: Operation of Government-Owned Facilities
Set Aside:N/A

Contracting Office Address

Department of Labor, Employment Training Administration, Job Corps Dallas Region, A. Maceo Smith Federal Building, 525 Griffin Street, Room 403, Dallas, Texas, 75202-5028

Description

Contract Award Date:         DTD 080217

Contract Award Number:    CNT 1630J4-17-C-0010

Contract Award Amount:     AMT $7,271,970.00

Contract Line Item Number: 

Contractor:     TO Career Systems Development Corp, 75 Thruway Park Drive, #100, West Henrietta, New York 14586, United StatesThe contractor shall provide material, services, and all necessary personnel to operate a Job Corps center (Center). The contractor shall provide enrolled youth, meeting Job Corps eligibility or admission requirements, with a comprehensive range of career development services leading to employment and long-term attachment to the workforce. The contractor shall: 1. Provide academic, career technical, career success, employability, and independent living skills training. 2. Provide basic health care, counseling, and other support services as required by the PRH. 3. Conduct program operations in a setting that is clean, well maintained, and safe. 4. Assist youth in obtaining employment, additional education or training, or entry into the Armed Forces. 5. Provide support that prepares graduates to maintain long-term attachment to the labor market or further educational opportunities. 6. Integrate center operations with the local workforce development systems, employers, the business community, and community-based organizations.|**|TO Career Systems Development Corp, 75 Thruway Park Drive, #100, West Henrietta, New York 14586, United StatesThe contractor shall provide material, services, and all necessary personnel to operate a Job Corps center (Center). The contractor shall provide enrolled youth, meeting Job Corps eligibility or admission requirements, with a comprehensive range of career development services leading to employment and long-term attachment to the workforce. The contractor shall: 1. Provide academic, career technical, career success, employability, and independent living skills training. 2. Provide basic health care, counseling, and other support services as required by the PRH. 3. Conduct program operations in a setting that is clean, well maintained, and safe. 4. Assist youth in obtaining employment, additional education or training, or entry into the Armed Forces. 5. Provide support that prepares graduates to maintain long-term attachment to the labor market or further educational opportunities. 6. Integrate center operations with the local workforce development systems, employers, the business community, and community-based organizations.|**|TO Career Systems Development Corp, 75 Thruway Park Drive, #100, West Henrietta, New York 14586, United StatesThe contractor shall provide material, services, and all necessary personnel to operate a Job Corps center (Center). The contractor shall provide enrolled youth, meeting Job Corps eligibility or admission requirements, with a comprehensive range of career development services leading to employment and long-term attachment to the workforce. The contractor shall: 1. Provide academic, career technical, career success, employability, and independent living skills training. 2. Provide basic health care, counseling, and other support services as required by the PRH. 3. Conduct program operations in a setting that is clean, well maintained, and safe. 4. Assist youth in obtaining employment, additional education or training, or entry into the Armed Forces. 5. Provide support that prepares graduates to maintain long-term attachment to the labor market or further educational opportunities. 6. Integrate center operations with the local workforce development systems, employers, the business community, and community-based organizations.

Original Point of Contact

POC Kenneth L. Reid (CTR), Phone: 9728504641, Douglas Gosselin,

Place of Performance

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