Diversity and Inclusion at the City of Sun Prairie
Sun Prairie is seeking the development of a city-wide Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (DEI) program. We need assistance to identify blind spots and processes that perpetuate systemic injustice, and identify current successes, areas for improvement. Sun Prairie is looking for a consultant to recommend strategies for our next steps and develop a framework to carry forward this important work. Interested in reviewing the RFP and submitting a proposal?
Friday, July 30, 2021, 4:00 PM
*All email correspondence must include RFP # in the subject line.*
SEND PROPOSALS TO:
Delivery of hard copies to:
Drop box at City Hall, 300 East Main Street, Sun Prairie, WI 53590
Delivery of hard copies to:
City of Sun Prairie, City Clerk’s Office, 300 E. Main Street, Sun Prairie 53590.
Delivery of electronic copy to:
Via email to email@example.com or on a commonly used media with the hard copies.
Proposals must be delivered as instructed. Deliveries to other City departments and/or locations may result in disqualification.
Note: When mailing your response via a third party delivery service, the outside of the packaging must be clearly marked with the RFP name and number. This ensures that the bid can be delivered to the correct purchasing agent without having to open the bid.
If you are not able to provide a proposal, we would appreciate any assistance you can give to get this information to others in your circle who may offer these services.
Specific questions can be sent to Brenda Sukenik, Human Resources Director, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
For more information on the equity audit and to review the Request For Proposals (RFP), please visit the subpage providing key information. To review the City's DEI background information, please see below.
On August 4th, 2015, the City Council created the Ad Hoc Steering Committee on Diversity. The committee consisted of 17 members and Mayor Paul Esser acted as the Chair. The Committee was tasked with the following:
- Provide recommendations to enhance the City's capability to locate, recruit and hire qualified candidates with diverse backgrounds
- Identify and Provide a better understanding of the unique needs of different individuals and communities within Sun Prairie regarding City Services
Over the next year and a half, the Committee met approximately two times per month to discuss and analyze topics related to the above. Following the dissolution of the Committee on April 1, 2017 the Mayor presented the Committee's Final Report (PDF) to the City Council. The City Council accepted the report and instructed staff to begin the implementation of its recommendations.
Since that time, the City has made significant progress. More information on that progress can be viewed by following the links: