Requesting proposals for forensic nursing-focused iPhone, iPad and Android mobile app development
Requesting proposals for forensic nursing-focused
iPhone, iPad and Android mobile app development
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EXPECTATIONS: We are seeking creative programmers that have an understanding of effective online learning
principles and emerging communication strategies. Additionally, we would prefer to work with programmers
that have experience with designing for healthcare audiences. All designs will need to meet 508 Compliance
specifications for accessibility for people with disabilities, proposals featuring Universal Design elements preferred.
REQUIREMENTS: We are looking for a consultant or group who has prior experience creating interactive apps.
This project will require a significant amount of collaboration and we seek a partner that would be able to
complete this project by August 30, 2014. The goal of the app will be to provide tools for Sexual Assault Nurse
Examiner (SANE) Program Sustainability. It will be for individuals and be offered for free. Some content will be
adapted from existing web-based resources. (http://www.nsvrc.org/projects/sane-sustainability-ta) The app
will contain between 10-12 components and will need to link to audio, video and online content.
PROPOSALS SHOULD INCLUDE THE FOLLOWING INFORMATION:
1. Applicant name and/or agency and contact information.
2. Describe relevant expertise and experience related to app development.
3. List specific work you have conducted with a similar focus.
4. Describe your proposed process for collaborative app development.
5. Describe your familiarity with 508 compliance, accessibility and Universal Design.
6. Outline the time frame needed to complete this process.
7. Detail the estimated cost for development.
SEND TO: Proposals are to be submitted electronically to the following:
Taylor Ruk, Special Projects Assistant
DUE DATE: To be considered, proposals must be received by close of business, February 17, 2014. Selected
proposals will be notified by March 5, 2014.
This project was supported by Grant No. 2011-TA-AX-K077 awarded by the Office on Violence Against Women, U.S. Department of
Justice (OVW DOJ). The opinions, findings, conclusions, and recommendations expressed in this course are those of the author(s) and
do not necessarily reflect the views of the OVW DOJ.