Proposal Management System
The RFPs listed below will eventually be available through our proposal management system. Follow the unique project specific link to the submission form within the RFP and complete the information presented.
Volunteers are crucial to the success of WRF’s research projects, and there are a variety of ways you can get involved. Every project has a Project Advisory Committee that aids in the development of RFPs, reviews proposals, and monitors project results. In addition, participating utilities can serve as test facilities, provide water samples, share staff expertise, and more. Learn more about how you can get involved.
The list of concepts below were approved by the Research Advisory Council.
We expect to have these RFPs posted in 2024.
Best Practices to Attract and Retain a Skilled & Diverse Water Workforce
- Understand how regional workforce initiatives identify what is needed when recruiting individuals for the water workforce.
- Develop a set of best practices/models necessary for facilitating recruitment and retention in the water workforce through regional workforce initiatives.
- Establish and demonstrate criteria for success with facilitating collaboration and promoting recruitment and retention through regional workforce initiatives.
Project number 5238
Cost-Effective PFAS Mitigation Strategies for Communities
Develop and establish cost effective strategies for the best management practices/control for PFAS in all water sources.