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The Colorado Lab utilizes a standard contract template for external partnership agreements. To ensure consistency, only project-specific language (e.g., scope of work, deliverables, funding amounts) are negotiable. Please review the contract template prior to submitting a proposal. 

Past Requests for Proposals

Request for Proposals: Cross-System, Actionable Research Tailored to Priorities of Governor Polis’s Administration

Cross-System, Actionable Research Tailored to Priorities of Governor Polis’s Administration The Colorado Lab believes that smart, strategic partnerships with government have the potential to improve people’s lives. The Lab serves as a bridge and translator between government and the research community. The purpose of this Request for Proposals (RFP) is

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Request for Proposals: Multisystem High Utilizers

The Colorado Lab is soliciting applications from researchers who are committed to government partnerships and are experienced in working with administrative data from state or local government agencies to create practice and research-informed metrics of high system utilization. The term high utilizers refers to individuals who use public systems repeatedly, including but

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Requests for Proposals: Quick-Turnaround RFP

The mission of the Colorado Evaluation and Action Lab (Colorado Lab) is to improve services to Colorado residents, by working with government and community partners to conduct research and translate it into action. We know researchers and universities across the state share in this commitment. We are excited to launch an

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