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California Indian Legal Services (“CILS”) is inviting quotes for a consulting firm that has experience working with legal services programs and/or nonprofits to assess current technology, and technological needs and provide recommendations to be used to construct a priority-based implementation plan.
The Center for Arkansas Legal Services (CALS) is seeking professional consulting services to conduct a technology assessment and cybersecurity audit. The purpose of this endeavor is to identify vulnerabilities and inefficiencies in CALS technology and to provide recommendations for systems improvements, security enhancements, and policies that will better equip CALS to use its technology securely and efficiently in its delivery of services to clients.
The Montana Legal Services Association (MLSA) is requesting proposals from experienced evaluators who specialize in working with projects funded by the Legal Services Corporation (LSC). A familiarity with technology platforms is required. A refresh and redesign of MLSA’s is a project funded by a Legal Services Corporation (LSC) Technology Initiative Grant (TIG).
Massachusetts Legal Assistance Corporation (MLAC) is seeking Expressions of Interest from developers to rebuild in Drupal 10, and to migrate the content from the current Drupal 7 site to the new site. This is Phase Two of our redesign process—we have completed Phase One: Research and Design, and have already developed the information architecture, overall design and wireframes for the key pages in the new site. Responses are due by 11:59 p.m. ET on March 29, 2023.
Statewide Legal Services of Connecticut (SLS) requests proposals from an experienced and qualified vendor (or vendors) who can conduct a technology assessment and security audit. SLS will consider vendors proposing to conduct either the Technology Assessment or the Security Audit individually or a single vendor to complete both assessments. This project is funded by a grant from the Legal Services Corporation. The total budget for this project is not to exceed $26,975.
Neighborhood Legal Services Program DC (NLSP) is requesting a price quote. Please see the information below. Please send any questions and the price quote to Nicole Davies at Thanks!
Legal Aid Society of Middle Tennessee and the Cumberlands (LAS) is seeking proposals from qualified, experienced, professional information technology managed services providers to manage and maintain various areas of its existing IT structure. The qualified vendor is expected to provide necessary technical services which would enable LAS to: - Protect and secure its technology and data. - Ensure the efficient and continuous operation of its data processing networks and related computer systems. - Enhance its quality of service.
Southern Arizona Legal Aid, Inc. (SALA) is soliciting proposals for a consulting firm that has experience working with legal services programs and/or nonprofits to assess our current technology administration, policies, and procedures including staff utilization and needs, along with providing recommendations to be used to construct a priority-based technology implementation plan.

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