Rural Alaska Community Action Program, Inc.
RurAL CAP Vision: Healthy People, Sustainable Communities, Vibrant Cultures


The Rural Alaska Community Action Program, Inc. (RurAL CAP), founded in 1965, is a private, statewide, nonprofit organization working to improve the quality of life for low-income Alaskans.

Governed by a 24-member Board of Directors representing every region of the state, RurAL CAP is one of the largest and most diversified nonprofit organizations in Alaska.

In fiscal year 2015, RurAL CAP employed 727 Alaskans in 60 communities statewide. RurAL CAP recognizes the unique values and way of life of rural Alaskans.  It plans its activities with input from and respect for the people it serves.  It follows the belief that rural Alaskan communities have the right to maintain their cultural heritage and close relationship to the land while protecting their economic and human potential.

Notice is hereby given that the Rural Alaska Community Action Program, Inc., (RurAL CAP) Procurement Division is seeking proposals from qualified IT Audit providers to provide an IT Audit for the Central Offices in the Municipality of Anchorage. Proposers must be qualified to perform IT AUDITS in the State of Alaska. Qualifications are to be included in the RFP. 

RFP packages are available for download here, or at the RurAL CAP office located at 731 E. 8th Ave Anchorage, Alaska 99501. Information on this RFP is available through the Plans Room in Anchorage also. To request a copy of the RFP via E-mail or FAX call (907) 279-2511 and request to speak with Purchasing.

Funding is provided by Rural Alaska Community Action Program, Inc. RurAL CAP encourages small, minority and woman-owned companies to participate. Only qualifications submitted in accordance with the specifications and general conditions set forth in the RFP will be considered. Sealed packages must be received no later than 4:30 p.m., Friday December 22, 2017.

RurAL CAP’s Child Development Center (CDC) provides full-day, year-round child care for children between the ages of 19 months to five years. The Center has an open enrollment policy with a sliding tuition scale to benefit low-income families.

Click here to learn more about how to get your child enrolled today!


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