All Archived 2009 System Support, Management, or Consulting RFPs
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This Request for Proposals seeks a consultant to develop a technology implementation plan for the American Archive over a period of 10 months.
CPB is seeking a consultant to provide technical and strategic planning services to public broadcasting stations as they apply for the Broadband Technology Opportunities Program (BTOP).
CPB is hereby announcing a Request for Quote RFQ for a person or firm with experience working for non-profit clients to write, create, and design a final report summarizing the activities and lessons learned as a result of the Ready To Lead in Literacy initiative, a three-year grant investment made by CPB.
The Corporation for Public Broadcasting ("CPB") seeks an External Service Provider (ESP) to provide hosting, maintenance, and development of its grant management software application services.
CPB is seeking a Program Manager for PBCore 2.0 Development. The Program Manager must provide a complete and detailed project plan with milestones and deliverables that establishes PBCore as a public media metadata standard.
CPB seeks to engage a Consultant for a period of approximately 10 months to manage the Vendor chosen for the Station Online Capacity Project and to promote the availability of the portal to Stations and encourage their participation.
CPB seeks a vendor to manage a project to assist up to 10 public broadcasting stations in attending the Public Media Barcamp on October 17-18, 2009 in Washington, DC, and then assist those stations in replicating the Barcamp experience in their own communities.
CPB is seeking a highly qualified consultant to serve as the Grant Manager of the organization's future Ready to Learn grant application to the U.S. Department of Education.
CPB is seeking a highly qualified consultant to serve as the Grant Writer of the organization's future Ready to Learn grant application to the U.S. Department of Education.
This Request for Quotes is for a person or firm with experience translating research results into easy-to-understand text for popular audiences to draft up to eight (8) media pieces that CPB can repurpose for various media outlets, stakeholders, and audiences, and write, create, design, and produce a final research report summarizing the activities and findings of the Ready To Learn Initiative.
CPB is interested in measuring the impact of the Program Challenge Fund tent pole program scheduling strategy. To that end, CPB will order and analyze available Nielsen NSI ratings data. CPB is now seeking proposals for a research study (or studies) designed to add insight beyond the Nielsen data with respect to both the tent pole program scheduling strategy as well as the awareness, attitudes, and usage of a segment of the target audience (i.e. Hispanic television viewers).
The Corporation for Public Broadcasting seeks a management consultant(s) for the SABS / SAS Management Project. The period for the Project is 24 months, July 1, 2009 through June 30, 2011.