Request for Proposals
Digital Tribal PIR Day Presentations
The Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes' (CSKT) Tribal Education Department is requesting proposals for digital Tribal PIR Day Presentations within these themes: The Importance of Relationships for Tribal Family Engagement, Tribal Lifeways (Specific to CSKT) in STEAM Education, Restorative Practices in the Classroom Supporting Tribal Student Achievement, and Supporting Tribal Students in the Classroom Through Community-Engaged Project Based Learning.
Presenters are asked to create 50-minute digital content including, video, text and graphics with resources and references. In addition, presenters will be expected to submit their 50-minute presentations by no later than close of business September 15, 2020. Presenters will be paid $1,000 for each approved presentation. Presenters are limited to two presentations.
The scope of work for the project once selected will involve the following tasks: (1) submit presentation for review by Tribal PIR Day Review Committee; (2) meet with Tribal PIR Day Review Committee for recommended changes or updates; (3) submit updated presentation for approval; and (4) invoice for services after CSKT Tribal PIR Digital Conference, no earlier than October 5, 2020.
Presenters must possess the following qualifications: (1) ability to create, edit and submit presentation with their own equipment; (2) a proven track record of presenting culturally rich educational content; (3) a strong knowledge of the content specific to their presentation. Qualified presenters will be asked to provide examples of previous work products to demonstrate the above-mentioned qualifications.
This project is subject to all Tribal laws, regulations, policies, and the Tribes reserve the right to reject any and all proposals.
This is an Indian Preference Request for Proposals. Tribal contractors who wish to receive Indian Preference must obtain certification by the Indian Preference Office as a legitimate Indian-owned business prior to submission of proposals. Proof of Indian Preference must be included with your bid in the form of a copy of the Certificate issued by the Indian Preference Office. Be advised that evidence of your membership or affiliation with a Tribe does not constitute Indian Preference Certification. You must be certified by the Indian Preference Office in order to claim preference. The selection of the successful contractors will be per the provisions of the Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes Indian Preference Ordinance 101A.It is the sole responsibility of the contractor to obtain and provide proof of Indian Preference certification from the Indian Preference Office.