Building Bright Futures is seeking a qualified contractor(s) with expertise in developing financial systems, compliance with federally funded programs, and CFO level financial consultation. Proposals are due Nov. 10, 2023.
Vermont has been awarded a $23 million federal grant for three years (2023–2025) to strengthen the state’s early childhood system, support the early childhood workforce, and improve the quality and availability of services for children from birth through age 8 and their families. BBF has been contracted by the State of Vermont to host several grant functions, including administering the disbursement of an estimated $6 million in subgrants to organizations throughout the state. This will require leading the reorganization of BBF’s general ledger and helping to integrate current finance management systems to reduce manual entry and redundancy, and streamline processes for better accuracy, projecting and reporting; upgrading existing financial systems to track expenditures for a federally required Single Audit; reviewing subgrantee invoices and documentation for compliance with federal guidelines and regulations; and providing senior level CFO consultation on an as needed basis. Read more and apply
Building Bright Futures is seeking an independent WordPress contractor for a complete rebuild of buildingbrightfutures.org and vermontkidsdata.org.
This RFP is for design and development services for rebuilding and updating the websites for Building Bright Futures – Vermont’s Early Childhood State Advisory Council (buildingbrightfutures.org) and Vermont’s Early Childhood Data and Policy Center (vermontkidsdata.org). A contractor who can also offer ongoing maintenance for both websites is preferred. Both rebuilt websites must be launched and functional by June 30, 2024. Read more and apply
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Building Bright Futures (BBF) works to improve the well-being of Vermont children and families. Employees will join a collaborative team dedicated to strengthening and aligning the BBF Network Infrastructure to achieve the goals, strategies, and objectives outlined in Vermont’s Early Childhood Action Plan (VECAP). By strengthening partnerships, identifying gaps and assets, promoting family leadership, and developing and implementing innovative financing, health, and equity strategies, Vermont will improve policies, service provision, and outcomes for children and families.
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