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The Mayor’s Office of Employment Development is an accomplished agency of the City of Baltimore and provides information to the public, our constituents and to media to help all audiences understand the work we do. On this page you can explore agency reports and access important documents that pertain to workforce development initiatives in Baltimore City.

MOED works in concert with the Baltimore Workforce Development Board, a mayoral appointed board, to address the diverse workforce needs of Baltimore’s employers and job seekers. By directing a broad array of innovative programs and collaborating with a host of specialized organizations, MOED acts as the city’s primary agent of workforce development services and coordinates the efforts of all its workforce partners to create a seamless workforce system.

Requests for Proposals

Mayor's Office of Employment Development. Eastside Youth Opportunty (YO) Center. February 2017.

  • RFP - Mayor's Office of Employment Development. Eastside Youth Opportunty (YO) Center. 
    (Adobe PDF Format)

Mayor's Office of Employment Development. Youth Services - YO Baltimore. Targeted Training for In-Demand Careers. Reissue November 2016.

  • RFP - Mayor's Office of Employment Development. Youth Services - YO Baltimore Targeted Training - Reissue. 
    (Adobe PDF Format)

Baltimore Workforce Investment Board. Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act Youth Service Providers. May 2016.

  • RFP - Baltimore Workforce Investment Board. WIOA - Youth Service Providers. 
    (Adobe PDF Format)
  • Bidders Conference - Baltimore Workforce Investment Board. WIOA - Youth Service Providers. 
    (Adobe PDF Format)
  • FAQ - Baltimore Workforce Investment Board. WIOA - Youth Service Providers. 
    (Adobe PDF Format)

Mayor's Office of Employment Development. One Baltimore for Jobs - Neighborhood-Based Outreach Services & Youth/Young Adult On-Ramps to Work. March 2016.

For information regarding available grant writing and technical assistance resources for applicants, please contact Tanya Terrell of the Associated Black Charities at [email protected]. All technical assistance is provided and managed by the Associated Black Charities, independent of the MOED proposal solicitation and review process.

  • RFP - Mayor's Office of Employment Development. 1B4J - Neighborhood-Based Outreach Services & Youth/Young Adult On-Ramps to Work. 
    (Adobe PDF Format)
  • FAQ - Mayor's Office of Employment Development. 1B4J - Neighborhood-Based Outreach Services & Youth/Young Adult On-Ramps to Work. 
    (Adobe PDF Format)
  • Service Pathway Graphic - Mayor's Office of Employment Development. 1B4J - Neighborhood-Based Outreach Services & Youth/Young Adult On-Ramps to Work.
    (Adobe PDF Format)

Mayor's Office of Employment Development. One Baltimore for Jobs - Health Care and Technology. February 2016.

  • RFP - Mayor's Office of Employment Development. 1B4J - Health Care and Technology. 
    (Adobe PDF Format)

Mayor's Office of Employment Development. Tech Hire Baltimore. February 2016.

Mayor's Office of Employment Development. One Baltimore for Jobs - Adult Ed Services. January 2016.

  • RFP - Mayor's Office of Employment Development. 1B4J - Adult Ed Services  
    (Adobe PDF Format)
  • Q & A - Mayor's Office of Employment Development. 1B4J - Adult Ed Services.
    (Adobe PDF Format)

Mayor's Office of Employment Development. One Baltimore for Jobs. July 2015.

Archived RFPs


Workforce Resources

Job seekers: please visit our Job Readiness Tools page.
Businesses: please visit our Employer Services page.


MOED Five-Year Plan


Other Resources

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