Office of Contracting and Procurement

Notice of Intent to Award Sole Source Contracts


In keeping with the District of Columbia’s commitment to transparency in contracting and increased competition, the Office of Contracting and Procurement now provides a Notice of Intent to Award Sole Source Contracts. All notices are posted for ten (10) days prior to the award of a sole source contract. If you believe that an intended sole source award noted below is not justified, please provide your response to the email address for the point of contact for that proposed award by the response due date.
                
Notice Date Response Due Date Caption and Description Vendor Name Agency Point of Contact
8/23/2019 9/2/2019 Lead Safety Healthy Homes Database CRISP The District of Columbia Office of Contracting and Procurement, on behalf of Department of Energy and Environment (“DOEE” and the “District”) requires Chesapeake Regional Information System for our Patients (“CRISP” and “Contractor”) to provide services to build, deploy, and operate a highly customizable lead health registry system capable of making patient data available to healthcare providers within the District and partnering states to consume and share in a technologically compatible and regulatory compliant format. Period of performance is a Base Year from est. award date Oct. 1, 2019 to Sept. 30, 2020. CRISP Determination & Findings District Department of Energy & Environment (DOEE) marie.niestrath@dc.gov
8/22/2019 9/1/2019 Stationary Electric Material Handlers Builtrite Manufacturing Determination & Findings Department of Public works Shantel.Pimble@dc.gov
8/21/2019 8/31/2019 The District of Columbia, Department of Health (DC Health) requires the Contractor to provide epidemiologic, surveillance and other public health science support; ongoing technical assistance for the District’s integrated HIV, STD, Hepatitis and TB surveillance system (hereinafter referred to as “integrated disease surveillance system”); implementation of the National HIV Behavioral Surveillance (NHBS) system; and other special studies. The overall objectives of a public health/academic partnership (hereinafter referred to as “the Partnership”) are to: a. Enhance HIV, STD, hepatitis, and TB surveillance and epidemiology for the District of Columbia. b. Increase opportunities for advancing public health science, including health communications, social and behavioral studies, and other study areas. c. Expand, develop and implement research collaborations, including with the DC Partnership for AIDS Progress, NIH, CDC, and other funders. d. Implement the National HIV Behavioral Surveillance (NHBS) system. It is the expectation of the Center for Disease Control, the grantor, that the Contractor be a school of public health with full accreditation from the Council on Education for Public Health. The Contractor must be a member of the Association of Schools of Public Health. The academic degrees must include Bachelors, Masters, and Doctoral programs and offer practicum projects to students. The Contractor must also have a demonstrated research portfolio and research structure, such as organized research units. George Washington University (GWU) Determination & Findings DC Health | HIV/AIDS, Hepatitis, STD & TB Administration (HAHSTA) Renee.withers@dc.gov
8/21/2019 8/31/2019 Horton Ambulance Purchase Laake Enterprieses, Inc. dba FESCO Emergency Sales Determination & Findings DC Fire and Emergency Medical Services Sherman.Squire2@dc.gov
8/16/2019 8/26/2019 The District of Columbia Government, Board of Elections (BOE), is in need of purchase Vocem Petition Management Signature Validation software solution and Runbeck’s Mail Ballot Sorting Machine, offered exclusively by Runbeck Election Services (“Runbeck”), which will automatically validate submitted petition signatures and accurately recognize addresses during the candidate qualification process. With today’s election technology, this petition solution will streamline the petition process by providing automated counting and verification while providing full audibility. Runback Petition Management Software Determination & Findings Office of Contracting and Procurement on behalf of the District of Columbia Board of Elections Denise.burton@dc.gov
8/16/2019 8/26/2019 The District of Columbia (“District”), Child and Family Services Agency (“CFSA”) has a need to enter into a sole source contract with Father Flanagan Boys Home to provide Enhanced Family Care Services twenty-four (24) hours per day, seven (7) days a week to a ward of the District, hereinafter referred to as the client. Enhanced Family Care is provided to clients with serious behavioral and/or emotional problems that require more attention and individualized care than a communitybased foster home can offer. These services shall include educating clients on social and independent living skills. Father Flanagan Boys Home Determination & Findings DC Child and Family Services Agency Lisa.minor-smith@dc.gov

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