The Bears Ears Inter-Tribal Coalition Project (BEITC) is seeking an Information Technology Systems contractor who will provide guidance and expertise to maintain BEITC’s multiple web-based services. The contactor will also provide ongoing support and troubleshooting related to BEITC website’s on WordPress and Stripe account for web-based donations and merchandise. The contractor will also provide assistance on the Coalition’s paperless initiative, which includes selection and installation of a cloud-based storage system onto thirteen iPads. The contractor will also provide a review and assessment of BEITC current technological capacity and make recommendations for improvements.
Contractor must be able to provide base training to administrative staff for future upkeep of BEITC’s web-based services and any attendant software and technology installed during contracting period.
Project (employment) period: November 16th, 2020 – February 28th, 2021.
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About Bears Ears Inter-Tribal Coalition
The Bears Ears Inter-Tribal Coalition (Coalition) is comprised of five Tribes—Hopi, Navajo Nation, Ute Mountain Ute, Ute Indian Tribe, and Pueblo of Zuni—that successfully advocated for the creation of the Bears Ears National Monument and were also tasked with collaborative management of the Monument. Resources Legacy Fund (RLF) acts as fiscal sponsor for the Bears Ears Inter-Tribal Coalition Project (“Project”); the Project operates for the benefit of the Coalition.
This RFP does not commit the RLF to enter into any contract, nor to reimburse any costs associated with responses to this RLP. RLF reserves the right to negotiate with any or all respondents, and to reject any or all submissions.
RLF works with philanthropists to conserve land, water, and ocean resources while advancing healthy communities and social equity. We engage economically and ethnically diverse communities as we foster new funding and better policies for environmental protection and climate change adaptation.