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Request for Proposal - Closed


eLearning Production Services for the UI National Integrity Academy (Academy)


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Issued By : National Association of State Workforce Agencies (NASWA) UI Integrity Center of Excellence

Circulation Date: March 25, 2016

Proposal Submission Date: April 25, 2016 5:00 PM ET

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The Unemployment Insurance Integrity Center of Excellence (Center) provides innovative tools, training and support to states in their effort to reduce improper payments and combat unemployment insurance fraud. As part of this effort, the Center is developing the UI National Integrity Academy (Academy), which will include comprehensive, certificated educational and training programs in the areas of unemployment insurance integrity, operations, fraud investigation, data analytics, and program leadership.

The Center is seeking an eLearning production firm to support the delivery of the Academy curriculum by developing multiple eLearning lessons in Articulate Storyline. The Academy’s Instructional Design Team will provide lesson design documents, storyboards, and much of the finished imagery. The Academy staff will work closely with the selected firm to develop engaging and interactive eLearning lessons. These lessons will be uploaded to the Academy’s learning management system (LMS), where they will be accessed by unemployment insurance program staff across the country.