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Request for Proposals (RFP)#: R-89-09-8009 for Centralized Paternity Registry (CPR) Services

 

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     Final Q & A Document 
 
     ALERT - 3/11/09

ODJFS inadvertently omitted the complete answer for the last question on the Final Q & A Document. The complete answer is currently posted at the following link.
 
     Revised Final Q & A Document
     
The Ohio Department of Job and Family Services (ODJFS) releases this Request for Proposals (RFP)#: R-89-09-8009, for the purpose of obtaining a vendor to provide statewide Centralized Paternity Registry (CPR) services.  The paternity registry is mandated by Section 3111.64 through 3111.67 of the Ohio Revised Code (ORC) and Section 5101:12-40-30 of the Ohio Administrative Code (OAC).  ODJFS is seeking vednors who demonstrate significant experience with child support programs and paternity establishment, regulations of Title IV-D of the Social Security Act, and management of large-scale projects. ODJFS seeks vendors who: are able to provide the high level of customer services deserved by the public; have accurate and efficient data entry capabilities; have management capabilities to process large volume of legal documents; have experience in providing training and call-center services to consumers; are responsive to the needs of the public, hospital partners, and state personnel; and are able to work collabratively with the Ohio department of Vital Statistices regading the data tracking demands of this program. 

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