Hereditary Breast and Ovarian Cancer – Facilitating Family Conversations

Request for Proposal

This request for proposal (RFP) is for developing materials for the National Association of Chronic Disease Directors’ (NACDD) project, Helping Families Discuss Hereditary Breast or Ovarian Cancer. 

The goal of the program is to build health educators’/chronic disease staff’s capacity to create and implement a suite of digital resources to support family discussions on known or unknown family history, health behaviors associated with risk, and cancer prevention strategies.

Responses due: May 7, 2021

Send any questions on the RFP to:
Anya Karavanov, Public Health Consultant

Budget: $17,500

Goal for project completion: June 30, 2021

National Association of Chronic Disease Directors Overview:
The National Association of Chronic Disease Directors improves the health of the public by strengthening state-based leadership and expertise for chronic disease prevention and control in states and at the national level. Founded in 1988, NACDD aims to lead and influence the ways that chronic disease prevention and health promotion shapes the health landscape.

Audience: Health educators, Chronic Disease Directors, or chronic disease specialists across state, local, tribal and territorial health departments

Scope of Work: Contractor will provide editorial and graphic design support for the project. More specifically, the contractor will write, design, and create graphics for a series of communication materials that will include:

  • One (1) brochure
  • One (1) blog post/e-newsletter article
  • Three (3) fact sheets
  • Six (6) social media posts
  • One (1) PPT presentation

Budget assumes two to three rounds of revisions.

Requirements: A successful proposal should include bids for both the editorial and graphic design services and demonstrate previous experience working on similar projects. Disbursed funds are federal grant funds so the contracted bidder must be in “good standing.”

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