Ignition Interlock Research Project.
While Colorados Ignition Interlock (IID) program is not PDD funded, it is in line with the activities and tasks of the PDD Committee in that it is an impaired driving intervention strategy intended to deter persistent drunk driving and protect public safety. The PDD committee has supported the States IID program because research shows that IIDs reduced recidivism and the IID is believed to bolster the effectiveness of other system-wide impaired driving interventions. The PDD Committee has previously supported Colorados IID program through the development and implementing the Ignition Interlock Enhancement Counseling program, a therapeutic companion to the IID intended to extend the efficacy (survival rate) of the device. The PDD Committee has chosen the Ignition Interlock Device to be one of the impaired driving interventions encouraged and supported by the PDD Fund where possible. In 1995, the Colorado legislature approved the implementation and evaluation of an Alcohol Ignition Interlock Device (IID) pilot program (SB 95-011). The evaluation resulted in several changes to the authorizing law, including making the device mandatory for all motorists with two or more DUI/DWAI offenses within a five year period. There has been no additional research in Colorado to determine the programs effectiveness and efficacy in reducing impaired driving recidivism and improving public safety.etc.
REQUIREMENTS/STATEMENT OF WORK
The purpose of this Request for Proposal (RFP) is to solicit proposals to conduct baseline research to determine singular and combined impacts of the Ignition Interlock Device (IID) on Colorados efforts to reduce impaired driving recidivism rates. As a result of this RFP, the Contractor will conduct a comprehensive review of Colorados Ignition Interlock Program, treatment and probation services. This RFP is issued on behalf of the PDD Committee, the Office of Behavioral Health (OBH) of the Colorado Department of Human Services (CDHS). This statement of work describes proposed tasks and is intended to give interested proposers enough detail about the scope of the anticipated work in order to develop responsive RFP proposals. This list is not intended to be exhaustive, and is dependent upon necessary future modifications identified by the PDD Committee and incorporated into the scope of work and contractor responsibilities. Services: Research Design and Implementation A core need of the PDD Committee is to ensure that contractors have appropriate levels of expertise, experience, and the capacity to complete the required tasks. This PDD Ignition Interlock research project is divided into two phases as described below. The successful Offeror must describe their experiences, approaches and knowledge which will include: Research Design and Implementation Data Collection and Cleaning Data Analysis and Evaluation Specified Stakeholder Coordination and Collabo
Major organization : STATE OF COLORADO
Address : Department of Human Services,
1575 Sherman St., 6th floor,
Denver, CO 80203,
Attn: Brian Hancock
Country :United States
Email : firstname.lastname@example.org
Notice type : Tender Notice
Open date : 2016-05-03
Tender documents : T32895118.html , A32895118.zip
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