All Archived Management Grants
CPB is seeking a consultant to analyze and, where appropriate, provide recommendations to improve CPB's American Archive department processes, workflows, and management structure.
The objective of this RFP is to solicit proposals to be the American Archive Metadata Initiative Manager (MIM). Over a period of approximately 12 months, the MIM will manage and facilitate metadata efforts for the American Archive.
CPB seeks a Consultant to work with CPB senior management to develop and implement a strategic plan for CPB's Dropout Awareness & Youth Engagement Initiative and to directly manage the implementation and coordination of all Initiative components.
- Closed: January 25, 2011
- Focus: Consulting, Education, Management, Strategic Planning, System Support
The CPB seeks a management consultant(s) for the 2011 Survey Management Project. The period for the Project is 12 months, September 1, 2010 through August 31, 2011.
CPB seeks to assist public broadcasting stations in increasing their use of social media as part of a public service and communications strategy that reflects and adapts to the local audience.
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 requests proposals from qualified organizations to manage the Station-Based Election Programming Initiative.
CPB seeks a Program Manager to lead a system-wide consultation of not more than nine months which will result in a strategic and tactical framework to increase audiences for public radio.
The selected contractor will be responsible for the day-to-day management and fiscal oversight of the Ready to Lead in Literacy Grant Program involving approximately 123 public television stations for years two and three of the Grant Program.