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NCJ Number: NCJ 157251     Find in a Library
Title: Request for Expression of Interest for the Private Operation, Management, and Servicing (POMS) of the Department of Correction
Corporate Author: New York City Dept of Correction
United States of America
Date Published: 1995
Page Count: 99
Sale Source: New York City Dept of Correction
60 Hudson Street
New York, NY 10013
United States of America
Type: Policy/Procedure Handbook/Manual
Language: English
Country: United States of America
Annotation: This Request for Expression of Interest (RFEI) issued by the New York City Department of Correction is designed to obtain input and information from businesses in the private sector, so as to aid the Department of Corrections in deciding how best to provide services in various areas of corrections.
Abstract: New York City has begun a needs-analysis to determine the cost and operational effectiveness of contracting out security, program, operational, administrative, support, medical, dental, psychological, social, and endemic services for short-term and long-term clients currently provided by uniform and civilian corrections employees. The information received in response to the RFEI will not result in a contract award. The information will be used in the needs-analysis. The narrative portion of the RFEI encompasses the scope of this effort, general information, standards for performance, and the period of performance. The summary of services is in the broad areas of security, administration, programs, and maintenance. Following profiles of the facilities of the Department of Correction, the RFEI questionnaire is provided. 4 data tables on length of stay under the jurisdiction of the Department of Correction, civilian personnel, and uniform personnel
Main Term(s): Privatization in corrections
Index Term(s): Corrections management ; Contract corrections services ; Private sector-government cooperation ; New York
   
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