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
12/10/2018 12/20/2018 DCEB-2019-C-2001 (A01-A03) The Office of Deputy Mayor for Planning and Economic Development (DMPED) has a minimum need implement a small-scale test pilot project of bond counsel program recruitment, educational services, and regulatory services to increase interest, training, and attract qualified bond counsel law firms and assist them with transitioning to Certified Business Enterprises. Crest Management Solutions, LLC Bello, Bello & Associates LLC Imagine Photography Determination & Findings Office of the Deputy Mayor for Planning and Economic Development lindel.reid@dc.gov
12/6/2018 12/16/2018 Vehicle Leasing – Aggregate Group II Acme Auto Leasing, LLC Determination & Findings Department of Public Works Janet.concepcion2@dc.gov
12/6/2018 12/16/2018 Vehicle Leasing – Aggregate Groups I and III Advantage Leasing Associates, LLC Determination & Findings Department of Public Works Janet.concepcion2@dc.gov
12/5/2018 12/15/2018 Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA), is seeking to utilize the services of Predict, Align, Prevent (PAP), to develop a child maltreatment prevention solution using place-based predictive analytics. During the Predict phase, the system is able to pinpoint the discrete geographic location where the risk of future child maltreatment is. During the Align phase, the system is able to identify prevention efforts such as neighborhood health and safety measures and create a strategic plan to coordinate prevention efforts. During the Prevent phase, the system is able to execute specific prevention strategies. Predict, Align, Prevent (PAP Determination & Findings Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA) lindar.thomas@dc.gov
12/5/2018 12/15/2018 The District of Columbia Office of Contracting and Procurement (OCP), on behalf of Department of Youth Rehabilitation Services (DYRS) has a requirement for Neurologic Rehabilitation Facility to provide intensive services to youth who have aggressive behaviors, self-injurious behaviors, sexually maladaptive behaviors and overall regression in many life domains. Florida Institute for Neurologic Determination & Findings Department of Youth Rehabilitation Services Denisej.wells@dc.gov
12/3/2018 12/13/2018 The District of Columbia Office of Contracting and Procurement (OCP) on behalf of the Department of Corrections (DOC) (the District) has a continuing need for a contractor to operate and manage the Department of Corrections food service program at the District's Central Detention Facility (CDF) and the Correctional Treatment Facility (CTF). There are 5 components to this service. These include operating an inmate food service at each facility to provide food for approximately 2100 inmates; equipment maintenance and repair provisions; equipment replacement on a 5 year amortization schedule; provision auxiliary food services; and providing the services of a consulting dietician. Period of Performance January 1, 2019 through February 28, 2019 Aramark Food Services Determination & Findings Department of Corrections Keia.brooks2@dc.gov
11/30/2018 12/10/2018 System Evaluation Services: CFSA requires the immediate services of a third party familiar with the District’s Trauma System and system of Care Grant. The third party is required to evaluate a federal “demonstration project” involving the use of federal title IV-4 funds to implement and expand community-and-home based services for children and families that CFSA serves. Coordinated Care Services, Inc. Determination & Findings Children and Family Services Agency Calvinl.mcfadden@dc.gov
11/29/2018 12/9/2018 The Mayor’s Office on Latino Affairs is seeking a vendor to provide Grant Management System Software that will enable the agency to effectively and efficiently manage mange MOLA’s grant system. Grant Management System Determination & Findings Mayor’s Office on Latino Affairs leslie.young@dc.gov
11/28/2018 12/8/2018 The Government of the District of Columbia, Office of Cable Television, Film, Music and Entertainment (OCTFME), is launching the first ever DC Music Census. This study and action plan would quantify the music industry, reveal challenges and opportunities within the music ecosystem, and assist the District in making data-driven decisions relative to the implementation of programs to grow the music economy Sound Music City Determination & Findings Office of Cable Television, Film, Music and Entertainment ( OCTFME leslie.young@dc.gov
11/28/2018 12/8/2018 The Department of Human Services (DHS) Economic Security Administration is seeking a vendor to provide transportation services to single and indigent singles and families. Traveler’s Aid Washington, DC Determination & Findings Department of Human Services leslie.young@dc.gov
11/26/2018 12/6/2018 Pedestrain and Bicycle Education for grades K-8 and Adult Safety Education Washington Area Bicycle Association Determination & Findings DDOT Paulette.franklin@dc.gov
11/16/2018 11/26/2018 The Office of Contracting and Procurement, on behalf of the Department of Corrections (DOC) is awarding a sole source contract extension to Unity Health Care, Inc. Until a new contract can be competitively awarded, the incumbent contractor will continue to manage and operate the Department of Corrections Comprehensive Medical Services beyond the expiration date of December 31, 2018, from January 1, 2019 through March 31, 2019. Unity Health Care, Inc. Determination & Findings Department of Corrections peter.kern@dc.gov
11/16/2018 11/26/2018 CFSA has the need for a provider, licensed in the State of Virginia, to provide Psychiatric Residential Treatment to District residents and eligible persons under the care of CFSA. This Residential Treatment Center provides to clients that have a DSM-IV diagnosis as specified through psychiatric evaluations. Requirements provided under the current contract are reasonable firm and continuing and are needed beyond the existing contract period. Renewal of this contract period will allow continuous contractual coverage for an additional period, which will satisfy the District’s existing need. Iliff and Genesis Nursing and Rehabilitation Determination & Findings Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA) cheryl.anderson@dc.gov
11/16/2018 11/26/2018 CFSA has the need for a provider, licensed in the State of Florida, to provide Psychiatric Residential Treatment to District residents and eligible persons under the care of CFSA. This Residential Treatment Center provides to clients that have a DSM-IV diagnosis as specified through psychiatric evaluations. Requirements provided under the current contract are reasonable firm and continuing and are needed beyond the existing contract period. Renewal of this contract period will allow continuous contractual coverage for an additional period, which will satisfy the District’s existing need. Devereux Florida Determination & Findings Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA) cheryl.anderson@dc.gov
11/16/2018 11/26/2018 Residential Habilitation, Supported Living, Host Home, and other related Residential expenses for District of Columbia Persons with Intellectual Developmental Disabilities St. John’s Community Services American Health Care Svcs. Marjul Homes, Inc. My Own Place Individual Advocacy Group, Inc. Fescum Incorporated Determination & Findings Department on Disability Services Patricia.Onochie@dc.gov; Derrick.Edwards@dc.gov
11/14/2018 11/24/2018 The District of Columbia Office of Contracts and Procurement (OCP), on behalf of The Department of Health (the District) HIV/AIDS, Hepatitis, STD and TB Administration (HAHSTA) is seeking to contract with Aunt Bertha Corporation to provide the Aunt Bertha Search and Referral Software Platform (Platform) to expand HAHSTA’s referral online guide for residents and Community Based Organizations (CBO) in the Washington, DC Eligible Metropolitan Area (EMA) who serve people living with and/or are affected by HIV. Aunt Bertha Corporation Determination & Findings DOH Office of Contracting and Procurement (OCP) Michael.Etekochay@dc.gov
11/14/2018 11/24/2018 The Government of the District of Columbia, Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA), is seeking a contractor to provide Child and Adolescent Psychiatric services consistent with clinical records review and mental health evaluation(s) on a CFSA involved youth who has been hospitalized for close to 2 years with little to no improvement in symptoms. The vendor will be required to review all pertinent medical, mental health and social history documentation provided to the contractor by CFSA staff. The vendor shall also conduct a thorough mental health evaluation to include interview of youth at Cumberland Hospital; the social work team; and caregiver. The goal of the records review and the mental health evaluation is to provide a second opinion on the youth’s diagnosis as well as providing the most effective course of treatment that will stabilize the youth’s symptoms. Ronald F. Means, M.D. LLC Determination & Findings Child and Family Services markeeta.barnes@dc.gov
11/14/2018 11/24/2018 The Safer, Stronger DC Office of Neighborhood Safety and Engagement has a need for a contractor to develop a program design and formation of partnerships to create a carpenters Pre-Apprenticeship program to support the ONSE clients enrolled in the Pathways workforce readiness program. Consultation is needed for shop design and staff training and orientation to include training ONSE staff and ONSE contractors working with the Pathways program. Materials for the shop space and instructional materials will also need to be provided through this Statement of Work. Training will include “Hands on Math” and project curriculum for the Pre-Apprenticeship. A Carpenter pre-apprenticeship is an ideal solution for the internship phase of the program. The program will be run by the Safer, Stronger DC Office of Neighborhood Safety and Engagement and supported by the Carpenters’ Union and an Advisory Council. (Union, Contractors) Participants would both self-select (interest in the trades) and qualify (drug testing , GED, interview and aptitude) for the pre-apprenticeship. The team will be led on the job by a Union carpenter/ instructor. The work will be both at the “Workspace” at the Safer, Stronger DC Office of Neighborhood Safety and Engagement and at a project of benefit to the community, such as an affordable housing effort, work in the Public Schools, or projects needed by local non-profits. Building to Teach Determination & Findings Office of Neighborhood and Safety Engagement drexil.smothers@dc.gov
11/13/2018 11/23/2018 Continuation of Anacostia River Sediment The Department of Energy and Environment (DOEE) has a need for an expert to continue to provide environmental consulting services and continue performing the Anacostia River Sediment Study. This is continuation of contract CW32705 that started in 2015. Work will need to continue for a Remedial Investigation Report to be submitted to Environmental Protection Agency. The Contractor shall (1) continue to further identify the existing sources of sediment contamination in the Anacostia River, to evaluate the nature and extent of contamination in the sediments in the Anacostia River, develop and evaluate potential remedial actions to eliminate unacceptable risk to human health and the environment, and submit a remedial investigation report; and (2) to implement other remedial actions at sites in the Anacostia River Watershed. Period of performance is December 8, 2018 to March 1, 2019. Tetra Tech, Inc. Determination & Findings District Department of Energy & Environment (DOEE) marie.niestrath@dc.gov
11/7/2018 11/17/2018 VOICE/DATA CABLE(QTY.72) FOR OCP RECLOCATION SPACE A&M Technologies Determination & Findings OCP gomeje.legesse3@dc.gov
11/6/2018 11/16/2018 The Office of the Attorney General (OAG) has a need to extend its existing five-year contract with DNA Diagnostics Center for Genetic Testing Services in support of the Child Support Services Division for six (6) months, through May 2019, at the same price, while a new solicitation is competitively awarded. DNA Diagnostics Center, Inc. Determination & Findings OAG Janice.Watson@dc.gov
11/2/2018 11/12/2018 The District of Columbia (“District”), Child and Family Services Agency (“CFSA”) has a need to enter into a contract with Hermitage Hall to provide Psychiatric Residential Treatment Services twenty-four (24) hours per day, seven (7) days a week to emotionally disturbed wards of the District, hereinafter referred to as clients. Residential treatment is part of a continuum of care, which provides services at varying levels of intensity from the most to least restrictive. This continuum of care is dynamic; treatment services provided to the clients under this contract are geared toward improving the level of functioning so those clients progress to a less restrictive setting and increased levels of functioning. These services shall include education, assessment, stabilization and evaluation services to CFSA clients specified in Section C in the contract. Hermitage Hall Determination & Findings Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA) Monica.Brown7@dc.gov
10/30/2018 11/9/2018 Certificate of Title The District of Columbia Government (District), Office of Contracting and Procurement (OCP) on behalf of the Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) has a need for a contractor to develop a document that incorporates the latest security features intended to prevent the reproduction of fraudulent titles using computers, scanners, copiers or other technology. Some of the security features are embedded in the paper on which the titles are printed, while others are included in the document as a part of the printing process. Proforma DocuCom Services Determination & Findings OCP/DMV drexil.smothers@dc.gov
10/29/2018 11/8/2018 Asset Management Services for Parking Meter Assets Citywide Conduent State and Local Solutions, Inc. Determination & Findings District Department of Transportation Jeralyn.johnson@dc.gov
10/25/2018 11/4/2018 Document Imaging Services The District of Columbia Government (District), Office of Contracting and Procurement (OCP) on behalf of the Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) has a need for a Certified Business Enterprise to provide document imaging services for more than 12 different types of documents, approximately 5500 images daily. Also, the Contractor is required to be an authorized reseller for HOV Services the sole developer, designer, and manufacturer of eFirst Archive and eFirst Retrieval. The period of performance shall be one year from date of award of the contract. Supre Tech Determination & Findings OCP/DMV yvette.henry@dc.gov
10/24/2018 11/3/2018 Contract CW55344 Employment Verification Services. The Department of Human Services/Economic Security Administration (ESA) has a need for a web-based employment verification system to provide immediate verification of employment for customers receiving public benefits. The system must allow instant web accessibility with up to date payroll information from both national and local employers TALX Corporation, a Provider of Equifax Workforce Solutions (The Work Number) Determination & Findings DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN SERVICES Shaivard.Shamloo@DC.Gov
10/23/2018 11/2/2018 Technical Support for Vehicle Inspection The District of Columbia Government (District), Office of Contracting and Procurement (OCP) on behalf of the Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) has a need for technical support related to the vehicle inspection services provided to the public. The contracting of this technical support for vehicle inspection support is necessary to provide data analysis, regulators analysis, inspection system development and change management, and fraud detection to meet the U. S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) requirements. Revecorp Inc. Determination & Findings OCP/DMV yvette.henry@dc.gov
10/23/2018 11/2/2018 Parts and Repair Services for Fire Apparatus with E-One Parts The District of Columbia, Office of Contracting and Procurement, Transportation and Specialty Equipment Commodity Group on behalf of Fire and Emergency Medical Services-Fleet Maintenance (FEMS), is seeking a Contractor to provide Maintenance and Repair Services on Fire Pumps, Aerial Ladders and Mechanical Repairs on Emergency Fire Apparatus. All services and repairs must meet the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA), Automotive Service Excellence (ASE), Emergency Vehicle Technicians (EVT), and original manufacturer repair requirements. The Department vehicles vary in size, make, and model. Categorically, the vehicles range from ambulances, fire trucks (engines, ladder trucks, heavy rescue and hazmat) medium and heavy duty support vehicles Patriot Fire LLC Determination & Findings OCP/FEMS franklyn.malone@dc.gov
10/23/2018 11/2/2018 ELGIN Parts for Street Sweepers Maryland Industrial Trucks, Inc. Determination & Findings Department of Public Works Evelyn.lancion@dc.gov
10/18/2018 10/28/2018 The District of Columbia Office of Contracting and Procurement, on behalf of the Metropolitan Police Department (MPD) (the “District”) has a continuing need for a Contractor to provide Axon Body Worn Camera systems, to include warranty, maintenance and support; and shall also provide trade-in for current body cameras. These services are provided currently through a contract between the District of Columbia Government and TASER International, Inc. The Metropolitan Police Department (MPD) has determined that the TASER Axon Body Camera System best meets its needs because it provides an all-in-one solution including: two camera models and accessories; automated docking stations that upload video and charge simultaneously; and, of significant importance, a data management system that allows MPD to manage and share digital evidence without needing local storage infrastructure or software. The TASER solution uniquely offers the capability for Officers to tag videos using a mobile application, allowing them to remain in the field. The TASER solution provides the MPD with cloud based data storage through Evidence.com. Using Evidence.com, the Department has already stored tens of thousands of videos. The Department would incur significant cost to transfer and store this data with another provider. TASER International, Inc. is the sole manufacturer and distributor of the TASER Digital Evidence Solution. TASER is also the sole developer and Offeror of the Evidence.com data management services. Evidence.com is both a division of TASER and a data management product solution offered by TASER. Evidence.com is not a separate corporate entity. TASER International, Inc. Determination & Findings Metropolitan Police Department Emmaniece.Gordon@dc.gov
10/17/2018 10/27/2018 The District of Columbia Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA) is contracting with Marianne Becket to provide trauma informed treatment to include Neurofeedback and/or Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) to address complex trauma and attachment issues or disorders to CFSA involved children and families. Marianne Becker Determination & Findings Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA) robert.stona@dc.gov
10/10/2018 10/20/2018 The Office of the Attorney General (“OAG”) is seeking a ridesharing company that can provide on-demand transportation throughout Washington, D.C. and if necessary, the Washington, D.C. suburbs. The service would be for employees of the agency’s Office of Community Engagement, Civil Litigation Division and the Restorative Justice and Victims’ Services Section. Lyft, Inc. Determination & Findings Office of the Attorney General emma.clark@dc.gov
10/9/2018 10/19/2018 Construction Supporting Services for Rehabilitation of Anacostia Freeway Bridges over Nicholson St SE (Bridge Nos. 1001 (Ramp 6), 1002 (Ramp 4) Prime AE Group, Inc. (PRIME) Determination & Findings District Department of Transportation Jeralyn.johnson@dc.gov
10/5/2018 10/15/2018 The District of Columbia’s Office of Contracting and Procurement (OCP), on behalf of the Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) has a need to continue services awarded under the Ticket Processing contract for the period of January 3, 2019 through January 2, 2020. These services are currently provided under contract number POKV-2006-C-0064. Conduent State & Local Solutions, Inc. Determination & Findings DMV Tiffany.Champion@dc.gov
10/4/2018 10/14/2018 Asset Management Services for Parking Meter Assets Citywide Conduent State and Local Solutions, Inc. Determination & Findings District Department of Transportation Jeralyn.johnson@dc.gov
10/4/2018 10/14/2018 Police Vehicles Century Ford Determination & Findings University of the District of Columbia (UDC) Sherman.Squire2@dc.gov
9/27/2018 10/7/2018 Parental Control Software / Parental Control Software for wireless devices used by wards of CFSA. Netsanity, Inc. Determination & Findings Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA) yorjai.chandy2@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
9/26/2018 10/6/2018 The District of Columbia ("D.C."), Office of Contracts and Procurement on behalf of the Office of the State Superintendent of Education ("OSSE") Division of Early Learning (“DEL”) seeks to enter into a contract with The Regents of the University of California - University of California Los Angeles ("UCLA") to provide use of the Early Development Instrument ("EDI") Publisher at the Offord Centre for Child Studies ("OCCS") and the technical assistance to support the spring implementation of the EDI in the District of Columbia for all Pre-K 4 classrooms. The mission of the DEL is to ensure that all D.C. children, from birth to kindergarten are well prepared for school. Specifically, through a partnership with developers at the Offord Center at McMaster University, the Center for Healthier Children, Families and Communities at UCLA is licensed to administer a US version of the EDI. The EDI is a research tool designed to provide a measure of kindergarten readiness at the community level. This data will enable OSSE to evaluate the impact of the early care and education programs and activities federally supported through the Child Care Development Block Grant ("CCDBG"). The goals of CCDBG program are to ensure young children are in quality learning environments and that parents have the resources and supports they need to support their child's educational progress. University of California Los Angeles, Center for Healthier Children, Families and Communities Determination & Findings The Office of Contracting and Procurement on behalf of the Office of the State Superintendent of Education (OSSE) rodney.aytch@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
9/26/2018 10/6/2018 NULLThe Child and Family Services Agency has need of a vendor to provide residential treatment facility that specializes in serving CFSA youth on the Autism Disorder Spectrum. Residential therapeutic treatment is part of a continuum of care, which provides services at varying levels of intensity from the most to least restrictive to autistic youth. This continuum of care shall be dynamic and as provided to the clients under this contract and is geared towards the progression to a less restrictive and appropriate setting and to increase his levels of functioning. Community Services for Autistic Adult & Children, Inc. Determination & Findings Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA) robert.stona@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
9/25/2018 10/5/2018 The Government of the District of Columbia, on behalf of the Department of Behavioral Health (DBH) is seeking to award a non-competitive human care agreement to Plant the Seed Treatment Services. The Provider is the District’s only certified Level 3.5 provider for the delivery of clinically managed medium intensive substance use disorder treatment for youth. The services will be provided in a residential setting in compliance with the DBH issued certification and terms stated in the human care agreement. Currently the District does not have a contractual agreement with a provider and has obtained these services over 10 years from a Baltimore, Maryland based service provider. The previous provider voluntarily opted to no longer provide the services and alternative short term solutions were implemented through community based providers until a long term solution could be established. The sole source procurement will allow for the District to provide access the youth consumers locally in a clinically appropriate setting for treatment. PLANT THE SEED YOUTH TREATMENT Determination & Findings Department of Behavioral Health Jake.Roane2@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
9/25/2018 10/5/2018 Complete design changes to Materials Testing Laboratory Sorg and Associates, P.C. Determination & Findings District Department of Transportation Monica.Hariri@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
9/21/2018 10/1/2018 CFSA has a need for a contractor to provide specialized subject matter experts in the implementation and sustainability of the District’s Family Peers Coaching Project which includes the Evidence Based Practice (EBP) model, Strengthening Family Coping Resources (SFCR). The contractor must be able to implementation the SFCR, EBP model and therefore have the training and certification in SFCR from the University of Maryland. The certification and implementation of SFCR can only be obtained through Dr. Laurel Kiser, University of Maryland School of Medicine and includes 2-day workshop, ongoing consultation calls, and supervision with experienced supervisor and/or consultants from SFCR. Community Connections, Inc. Determination & Findings Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA) lindar.thomas@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
9/21/2018 10/1/2018 The District of Columbia Board of Elections has an immediate need to extend the period of performance on CW42013 with Election Systems & Software, (ES&S) for the period of October 1, 2018 – December 31, 2018 for its existing inventory of election equipment – (190) DS 200, Precinct Scanners & Tabulators; (1) DS 850 Central Scanner & Tabulator; (400) ExpressVote, Universal Voting System, Kiosks & Election Ware from Elections Systems & Software, LLC (ES&S), to be used by all District voters and accessible to voters with physical, vision and literacy challenges. Elections Systems & Software, LLC Determination & Findings Office of Contracting and Procurement on behalf of the District of Columbia Board of Elections Denise.burton@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
9/19/2018 9/29/2018 Psychiatric Residential Crisis Stabilization Bed Services The Department of Behavioral Health has a continuing need to provide Psychiatric Residential Crisis Stabilization Bed Services to consumers 18 year of age and over that are in enrolled in the District of Columbia’s Public Mental Health System. The period of performance will be for October 1, 2018 through March 31, 2019 SOME, Inc. Determination & Findings Department of Behavioral Health Jeanne.mirabile@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
9/19/2018 9/29/2018 Psychiatric Residential Crisis Stabilization Bed Services The Department of Behavioral Health has a continuing need to provide Psychiatric Residential Crisis Stabilization Bed Services to consumers 18 year of age and over that are in enrolled in the District of Columbia’s Public Mental Health System. The period of performance will be for October 1, 2018 through March 31, 2019 Woodley House, Inc. Determination & Findings Department of Behavioral Health Jeanne.mirabile@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
9/18/2018 9/28/2018 Human Care Agreement CW44526 Case Management Services for Outlying The Department of Human Services (DHS), Family Services Administration (DHS/FSA) has a need to extend the current Human Care Agreement with Bradley and Associates LLC (Bradley) for case management services to ensure the safety of families being serviced in hotels. Bradley and Associates LLC Determination & Findings DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN SERVICES Nicole.Starwood@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
9/13/2018 9/23/2018 HSA Senior Business Analyst / Business Analysis and Program Support services for CFSA’s Child Information Systems Administration’s Comprehensive Child Welfare Information System Program; Courage, LLC. Determination & Findings Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA) yorjai.chandy2@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
9/13/2018 9/23/2018 Construction Engineering Support Services for Southbound Kenilworth Avenue NE Volkert Engineering, PC Determination & Findings District Department of Transportation Jeralyn.johnson@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
9/7/2018 9/17/2018 In partnership with the Collaboration for Effective Educator Development, Accountability and Reform (CEEDAR), the CEC has developed and published a set of 22 HLPs for special educators and teacher candidates. Furthermore, the CEC has published books – High-Leverage Practices in Special Education and High-Leverage Practices for Inclusive Classrooms – and a video series to support practitioner understanding and implementation. As experts in the field of HLPs, the CEC is uniquely positioned to develop and implement a training series on the topic for interested charter school participants. To provide schools with meaningful support around serving students with disabilities, DC PCSB must contract with the CEC for this HLP training series. Center for Exceptional Children Determination & Findings DC Public Charter School Board hcousino@dcpcsb.org NIAS.info@dc.gov
9/7/2018 9/17/2018 Data Dashboard System Enterprise platform and users licenses Analytica, Inc. Determination & Findings Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA) calvinl.mcfadden@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
9/6/2018 9/16/2018 The District of Columbia Board of Elections has an immediate need to purchase additional voting equipment to increase the number of early voting centers across the District of Columbia. BOE will need to obtain the following equipment: twenty (20) Model DS 200 Scanner, twenty (20) Model DS200 wireless modems, seventy (70) Express Vote BMD Terminals, seventy (70) Express Vote BMD kiosk. The preferred vendorsis Election Systems and Software (ES&S). The Board of elections wishes to acquire the additional voting equipment to be used during Early Voting and during the November 2018 General election cycle. Election Systems & Software, LLC Determination & Findings DC Board of Elections Denise.burton@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
9/6/2018 9/16/2018 The District of Columbia Board of Elections has an immediate need to purchase election equipment- (190) DS 200, Precinct Scanners & Tabulators; (1) DS 850 Central Scanner & Tabulator; (400) Express Vote, Universal Voting System, Kiosks & Election Ware from Elections System & Software, LLC (ES&S), to be used by all District voters and accessible to voters with physical, vision and literacy challenges. The goal of this purchase is to assist the District of Columbia in complying with the “American Disabilities Act of 1990”, the “Help America Vote Act of 2002” and other District of Columbia laws and regulations. Election Systems & Software, LLC Determination & Findings DC Board of Elections Denise.burton@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
8/30/2018 9/9/2018 The Child and Family Services Agency has need of a vendor to provide intensive residential therapeutic treatment services to CFSA clients. Residential therapeutic treatment is part of a continuum of care, which provides services at varying levels of intensity from the most to least restrictive. This continuum of care is dynamic; treatment services provided to the clients under this contract are geared towards the progression to a less restrictive and appropriate setting and to increase levels of functioning. KidsPeace National Centers, Inc. Determination & Findings Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA) robert.stona@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
8/29/2018 9/8/2018 Staffing and operations support for the Metropolitan Area Transportation Operations Coordination (MATOC) Program, Regional Integrated Transportation Information System (RITIS), and the RITIS Probe Data Analytics (PDA) Suite. University of Maryland Determination & Findings District Department of Transportation ana.rangel@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
8/27/2018 9/6/2018 Special Education Data System (SEDS) The Office of Contracting and Procurement, on behalf of the Office of the State Superintendent of Education (OSSE) Office of Data, Accountability and Reporting (DAR), seeks to exercise Option Year Two of contract CW43268 with Telecommunications Development Corporation (TDC) to continue maintaining and managing the Special Education Data System (SEDS), the District of Columbia’s system of record for special education students, which includes development, business analysis, reporting tools, and technical assistance. TDC is the sole owner of the intellectual property rights to the SEDS. Telecommunications Development Corporation (TDC) Determination & Findings The Office of Contracting and Procurement on behalf of the Office of the State Superintendent of Education (OSSE) williamp.proctor@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
8/24/2018 9/3/2018 The District of Columbia Office on Aging has an immediate need to contract with Nancy Crowell, Ph.D. The contractor shall work with the DC Office on Aging (DCOA) to evaluate the quality of life of people living with Alzheimer's Disease aud Related Dementia (ADRD) and their caregivers who received services through DCOA Alzheimer's Disease Supportive Services Program ('ADSSJ3); Nancy Crowell Determination & Findings DC Office of Aging barbara.brown@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
8/21/2018 8/31/2018 The Government of the District of Columbia, Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA), has an immediate need for the current contractor to continue to provide administrative support services for the Grandparent Caregivers Program. Valorie Gainer Determination & Findings Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA) aaron.holland2@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
8/14/2018 8/24/2018 Next Generation Assessment Reporting and Forensic Tool The Government of the District of Columbia, Office of Contracting and Procurement on behalf of the Office of the State Superintendent of Education (OSSE) seeks to engage in services of TEMBO, Inc. to maintain and support its Next Generation Assessment (NGA) and Reporting Forensic Tool (RFT). Specifically, TEMBO shall provide annual hosting and maintenance of the parent portal for the web-based reporting suite, system enhancements, and annual data refreshes for all reporting tools, key growth data, data analysis & assessment support, and psychometric technical assistance to District of Columbia educators and parents related to Next Generation Assessments. TEMBO, Inc., is the sole owner of the intellectual property and proprietary software and code that is used to host and maintain the Forensic Assessment Reporting Tool. TEMBO, Inc. Determination & Findings The Office of Contracting and Procurement on behalf of the Office of the State Superintendent of Education (OSSE) williamp.proctor@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
8/13/2018 8/23/2018 The Office of Contracting and Procurement, on behalf of the Department of Corrections (DOC) is awarding a sole source contract extension to Unity Health Care, Inc. Until a new contract can be competitively awarded, the incumbent contractor will continue to manage and operate the Department of Corrections Comprehensive Medical Services beyond the expiration date of September 30, 2018, from October 1, 2018 through December 31, 2018. Unity Health Care, Inc. Determination & Findings Department of Corrections peter.kern@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
8/10/2018 8/20/2018 The District of Columbia Office of Contracting and Procurement (OCP) on behalf of the Department of Corrections (DOC) (the District) has a continuing need for a contractor to operate and manage the Department of Corrections food service program at the District's Central Detention Facility (CDF) and the Correctional Treatment Facility (CTF). There are 5 components to this service. These include operating an inmate food service at each facility to provide food for approximately 2025 inmates; equipment maintenance and repair provisions; equipment replacement on a 5 year amortization schedule; provision auxiliary food services; and providing the services of a consulting dietician. Period of Performance October 1, 2018 through December 31, 2018 Aramark Food Services Determination & Findings Department of Corrections Keia.brooks2@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
8/10/2018 8/20/2018 DCRL-2018-R-0058 Trauma Systems Therapy (TST) Coaching and Mentoring / Trauma informed practice is a highly specialized area of practice. Coaching and mentoring requires a person with extensive knowledge and experience of trauma practice with children and families involved in the child welfare system. A. Washington Clinical Consulting, LLC Determination & Findings Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA) patricia.lewis-miller@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
8/8/2018 8/18/2018 The District of Columbia, Child and Family Services Agency is in need of a contractor to provide an evidence based preventive parenting program in an effort to meet the mandates of the Families First Preventive Services Act. Triple P America Determination & Findings Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA) robert.stona@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
8/8/2018 8/18/2018 Post Design Services for Installation of CCTV cameras on major arterials in the District of Columbia AECOM Determination & Findings District Department of Transportation Jeralyn.johnson@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
8/8/2018 8/18/2018 Technical Support Assistance to Critical Community Transition Services Hardesty Tartell Consulting, LLC Determination & Findings D.C. Office on Aging Derrick.burke2@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
8/8/2018 8/18/2018 Alzheimer’s Poetry Project Gary Glazner Determination & Findings D.C. Office on Aging Derrick.burke2@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
8/8/2018 8/18/2018 The Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA) needs a contractor from Technosoft to provide a Crystal Reports XI Developer – Level 3 currently being utilized to maintain and develop the FACES.net platform (FACES.NET is a web enabled SACWIS (Statewide Automated Child Welfare Information System) system of District of Columbia) for CFSA employees. Technosoft Determination & Findings Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA) Vasantha.samala@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
8/8/2018 8/18/2018 The Department of Consumer and Regulatory Affairs (DCRA) has a need to continue the Lease and Maintenance of Copier Services. The period of performance shall not exceed September 30, 2018. METRO BUSINESS SYSTEMS (MBS) Determination & Findings The Department of Consumer and Regulatory Affairs (DCRA) KAREN.MAHONEY@DC.GOV NIAS.info@dc.gov
8/2/2018 8/12/2018 The Office of Contracting and Procurement, on behalf of the Department of Corrections (DOC) is awarding a sole source contract extension to Unity Health Care, Inc. Until a new contract can be competitively awarded, the incumbent contractor will continue to manage and operate the Department of Corrections Comprehensive Medical Services beyond the expiration date of September 30, 2018, from October 1, 2018 through December 31, 2018. Unity Health Care, Inc. Determination & Findings Department of Corrections peter.kern@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
8/1/2018 8/11/2018 The Metropolitan Police Department has a continuing need for a Contractor to provide occupational healthcare and ancillary healthcare services at the Police and Fire Clinic for all Covered Employees of the Metropolitan Police Department (MPD), the Fire and Emergency Medical Services Department (FEMS), the United States Park Police (USPP), the United States Secret Service Uniformed Division, the D.C. Housing Authority, the DC Department of the Environment (DDOE), and the Protective Services Police Department, Department of General Services (DGS) which are provided currently through a contract between the District of Columbia Government and PFC Associates, LLC (PFC). This service is mandated by District of Columbia Official Code § 5-631 et seq. It is critical that the specified public safety group members continue treatment and program requirements presently mandated by law. An interruption in service would be detrimental to the District's public safety. If the District fails to provide services to its employees and workers’ compensation beneficiaries, as mandated by D.C. Law, then it would be in direct violation of the law (D.C. Code § 44-504). To avoid a disruption of these essential services, the District has determined it is in the best interest to enter into a Sole Source Contract with PFC to continue providing occupational healthcare and ancillary healthcare services. The services provided by PFC are necessary to ensure continuity and avoid any stoppage of services for the District's Public Safety Group Members to attend scheduled medical appointments and minimize any serious disruption in agency operation, whereas, the contractor shall continue to operate with a valid contract. PFC has performed the required occupational and ancillary healthcare services satisfactorily since it was awarded the contract. PFC Associates, LLC Determination & Findings Metropolitan Police Department Emmaniece.Gordon@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
7/31/2018 8/10/2018 DCEB-2018-C-2008 The Government of the District of Columbia, Office of the Deputy Mayor for Planning and Economic Development (DMPED), has a need for an experienced contractor who brings world-class sports, entertainment, cultural and hospitality events to the District while promoting the metropolitan region as a premier destination. Washington Convention and Sports Authority T/A Events DC Determination & Findings Office of the Deputy Mayor for Planning and Economic Development lindel.reid@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
7/31/2018 8/10/2018 Psychiatric Residential Treatment Services for children requiring intensive psychiatric residential services and presenting issues that cannot be served by traditional group home or independent living programs. KidsTLC Determination & Findings Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA) shamika.place@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
7/31/2018 8/10/2018 Psychiatric Residential Treatment Services for children requiring intensive psychiatric residential services and presenting issues that cannot be served by traditional group home or independent living programs. Harbor Point Behavioral Center, Inc. Determination & Findings DC Child and Family Services Agency Ronaldw.davis@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
7/31/2018 8/10/2018 CFSA is seeking a contractor to provide Psychiatric Residential Treatment services twenty-four (24) hours per day, seven (7) days a week to emotionally disturbed wards of Child and Family Services agency (CFSA), hereinafter referred to as clients. The Contractor shall provide intensive residential treatment services to CFSA clients. Residential treatment is part of a continuum of care, which provides services at varying levels of intensity from the most too least restrictive. This continuum of care is dynamic; treatment services provided to the clients under this contract are geared toward improving the level of functioning so those clients progress too less restrictive setting and increased levels of functioning. North Spring Behavioral Healthcare Determination & Findings Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA) Ronaldw.davis@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
7/27/2018 8/6/2018 The District of Columbia Office of Contracting and Procurement (OCP) on behalf of the Department of Corrections (DOC) (the District) has a continuing need for a contractor to operate and manage the Department of Corrections food service program at the District's Central Detention Facility (CDF) and the Correctional Treatment Facility (CTF). There are 5 components to this service. These include operating an inmate food service at each facility to provide food for approximately 2025 inmates; equipment maintenance and repair provisions; equipment replacement on a 5 year amortization schedule; provision auxiliary food services; and providing the services of a consulting dietician. Period of Performance October 1, 2018 through December 31, 2018 Aramark Food Services Determination & Findings Department of Corrections Keia.brooks2@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
7/26/2018 8/5/2018 The District of Columbia, Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA or the Agency) has a minimum need to provide psychiatric residential treatment services in Kennesaw, GA for children under the care of Child and Family Services Agency and their families (DC Medicaid Funded). Devereux Georgia Determination & Findings Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA) cheryl.anderson@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
7/25/2018 8/4/2018 Therapeutic Congregate Care programs shall be responsive to the individual needs of the child or youth from the point of initial placement through achievement of his/her goals. CFSA expects Provider programs to provide a high quality of services and address the placement and developmental needs of children and youth in a safe and secure community environment with minimal, if any, transfer across Provider Agencies. The Provider shall facilitate preparing the child or youth for successful step-down, or connection with a family member or significant individual, and progression toward successful independence and self-sufficiency in the community. The Children Guild Inc. Determination & Findings DC Child and Family Services Agency Ronaldw.davis@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
7/25/2018 8/4/2018 Court Monitor: Contractor was appointed by the United States District Court for the District of Columbia and is required to independently assess the District’s performance in meeting the outcomes and Exit Standards set by the LaShawn A.v Bowser Implementation and Exit Plan (IEP). Center for the Study of Social Policy Determination & Findings Children and Family Services Agency Calvinl.mcfadden@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
7/13/2018 7/23/2018 Mental Health Care JMD Counseling & Therapeutic Services, LLC Determination & Findings Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA) calvinl.mcfadden@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
7/13/2018 7/23/2018 CFSA Office of Well Being is seeking a contract with Levine Music School to provide music therapy for two (2) youth who have been identified as requiring this treatment modality in order to stabilize their overall emotional wellbeing. Levine Music School Determination & Findings Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA) Pamela.glover@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
7/6/2018 7/16/2018 Court Ordered Post-Acute Rehabilitation Medical Services The Department of Behavioral Health (DBH) is seeking Center for Comprehensive Services DBA Neurorestorative to provide Court Ordered Post-Acute Rehabilitation Medical Services, to include Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) focused treatment for behavioral disturbances. An individual in care at Saint Elizabeths Hospital is in need of specialized treatment for his behavioral disturbance due to a traumatic brain injury. The individual has been court-ordered to receive outpatient treatment with the Department of Behavioral Health for up to a year which must include focused treatment for his behavioral disturbances. The clinical recommendation by the members of his treatment team indicate that the specialized treatment for his traumatic brain injury must occur in a facility. The period of performance shall be One (1) Year (365 Days) from Date of Award with Four (4) One (1) Year options. Center for Comprehensive Services DBA Neurorestorative Determination & Findings Department of Behavioral Health Meredith.Alexander@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
7/6/2018 7/16/2018 The Government of the District of Columbia, Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA) is seeking a contractor to provide training by partnering with Washington DC’s CFSA Child Welfare Training Academy (CWTA) to build the capacity of and provide support to their child welfare teams in implementing a shared parenting approach anchored around the accepted definitions and concept of Shared Parenting. Be Strong Families Determination & Findings Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA) cheryl.anderson@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
7/6/2018 7/16/2018 Scholastic Assessment Test (SAT) and Advanced Placement (AP) Testing Administration Services The Office of Contracting and Procurement (OCP) on behalf of the Office of the State Superintendent of Education (OSSE) requires a contractor to provide the Scholastic Assessment Test (SAT) for Grades 11 and 12 students and the Advanced Placement (AP) testing services for Grades 8th—12th Free and Reduced Meals (FARMs) students. SAT School Day testing for 12th grade students is scheduled on October 10, 2018, make-up testing date is on October 24, 2018. SAT School Day testing for 11th grade students is scheduled on March 6, 2019, make-up testing day is scheduled on March 27, 2019. The AP testing is scheduled on May 24, 2019 and the make-up testing date is scheduled on May 31, 2019. These include all aspects of student test registrations and setup, with support to both OSSE and directly to Local Education Agencies (LEAs). The College Board is the sole source owner and the only entity that can provide the SAT and AP testing administration services. The College Board Determination & Findings The Office of Contracting and Procurement on behalf of the Office of the State Superintendent of Education (OSSE) marilou.holandez@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
7/2/2018 7/12/2018 The District of Columbia Government, Office of Contracting and Procurement (OCP) on behalf of the D.C. Sentencing Commission (SCDC) seek a vendor to enhance SCDC’s Guideline Reporting Information Data (GRID) System. The GRID System is used to analyze criminal justice and sentencing data and to calculate judicial compliance with the District’s Voluntary Sentencing Guidelines. The GRID System enhancement will allow SCDC to access and incorporate Metropolitan Police Department (MPD) arrest feed data into the system. The enhanced system will allow SCDC to analyze MPD arrest data, correlate arrest data with D.C. Superior Court (Court) data, and track a case from arrest through sentencing/final case disposition. Current system workflows and processes, and all current system databases, analyst queries, and user interfaces, will need to be modified to incorporate the MPD arrest data. BluePrint Consulting Services (BCS) Determination & Findings D.C. Sentencing Commission (SCDC) alisha.wright@dc.gov
6/28/2018 7/8/2018 The District of Columbia Department of Health (DC Health) Community Health Administration (CHA), Bureau of Cancer and Chronic Disease Prevention (BCCD), Chronic Disease Division, seeks to improve chronic disease management in the District of Columbia by increasing access to and utilization of evidence-based chronic disease self-management programs. People with chronic conditions have to make day-to-day decisions that affect their clinical outcomes and well-being. Self-management involves life choices, skills and strategies on the part of the individual for optimal management of their health condition. Healthy lifestyle choices, informed decision making and active monitoring and management of symptoms are all part of self-management. Self-management programs go beyond traditional knowledge-based patient education to include processes and activities that enhance patient problem-solving skills, improve self-efficacy, and support application of knowledge in challenging situations. DC Health seeks a vendor to provide an online version of the Chronic Disease Self-Management Program (CDSMP), known as Better Choices, Better Health (BCBH). BCBH is a chronic disease self-management program which derives directly from three decades of research. The program has been demonstrated to improve health outcomes and lower healthcare costs. Providing this online programming will not only increase DC Health’s reach but provide access to important knowledge and skills for individuals unable to attend the in-person CDSMP workshops. ABK Ventures, Inc. dba Canary Health Determination & Findings DC Health | Community Health Administration (CHA) Renee.withers@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
6/27/2018 7/7/2018 Therapeutic Emergency Care and Treatment/ Contractor to continue providing therapeutic emergency care that includes specialized services Community Alternatives, VA (Kids in Focus) Determination & Findings DC Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA) yorjai.chandy2@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
6/27/2018 7/7/2018 Congregate Care Services/ Providing emergency congregate care services (shelter) for multiple youth in CFSA’s custody. Sasha Bruce Youthworks Determination & Findings DC Child and Family Services Agency aaron.holland2@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
6/25/2018 7/5/2018 Training and Technical Assistance/ Contractor to continue implementation, training and technical assistance, until September 30, 2018, to the Child and Family Services Agency of Washington, D.C. for the trauma informed and focused care provided within their child welfare system KVC Health Systems, Inc. Determination & Findings DC Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA) yorjai.chandy2@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
6/25/2018 7/5/2018 Psychiatric Residential Treatment Facility/ Provide psychiatric residential treatment services to wards of CFSA Resource Acquisition Corporation Determination & Findings DC Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA) yorjai.chandy2@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
6/18/2018 6/28/2018 The Government of the District of Columbia, Child and Family Services Agency is seeking a Contractor to provide child specific mentoring services. Have Hope, Inc. Determination & Findings DC Child and Family Services Agency Ronaldw.davis@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
6/11/2018 6/21/2018 The District of Columbia (District), Office of Contracting and Procurement (OCP) on behalf of the Department of Youth Rehabilitation Services (DYRS) has a continued need for a Provider to provide educational and residential treatment services for youth who are pre-adjudicated or adjudicated in the District of Columbia’s juvenile justice system in lieu of confinement at the Glen Mills School. Glen Mills School Determination & Findings Department of Youth and Rehabilitative Services Ebony.Chester@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
6/11/2018 6/21/2018 The District of Columbia Office of Contracting and Procurement (OCP), on behalf of The District of Columbia Office of Planning (DCOP) sought a consultant to assist DCOP with drafting a food policy report to be submitted to the Mayor and City Council of the District of Columbia. ICF Macro, Inc. Determination & Findings District of Columbia Office Of Planning (DCOP) khadija.fuller@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
6/11/2018 6/21/2018 24 Aluminum Hulled Air Boat with a Trailor Midwest Rescue Airboats (MRA) Determination & Findings Department of Public Works Tonia.Nixon@DC.Gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
6/8/2018 6/18/2018 Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA) have an urgent need for mentoring services. The Contractor shall provide one on one mentoring services for D. W., a client currently in CFSA’s care. The contractor shall provide one on one mentoring services that includes, engaging in activities that the youth enjoys, expose youth to various community activities, as well as provide one on one life coaching skills. J.U.M.P Determination & Findings Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA) aaron.holland2@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
6/8/2018 6/18/2018 Medicare Eligibility Enhancement Initiative • The District of Columbia (District) Department of Health Care Finance (DHCF) has a minimum need for a Contractor to implement and operate a State Level Repository (SLR) in support of the Medicaid Electronic Health Record Incentive Program (MEIP). • The Contractor shall be required to provide a web-based platform, including a provider and administrative (state) portal, to receive and process Electronic Health Records (EHR) Incentive Program applications and attestations in accordance with all relevant laws, rules, and requirements of the DC and Federal government. The Contractor also shall have prior experience assisting or currently contracted to assist a US State Medicaid Agency with the development of the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) EHR Incentive Program and have experience successfully developing interfaces with CMS Registration and Attestation System (R&A) and a Medicaid Management Information System (MMIS). Lastly, the Contractor shall commit to an implementation plan that does not exceed forty-five (45) days. The implementation plan shall include integrating the current or previous State Level Registry’s data into the new Contractors State Level Repository to allow providers to successfully attest in Program Year 2017 and beyond; and ensure that all the required and relevant data is securely transferred in an organized and phased approach. • The statement of work includes the development of an implementation and transition plan from the previous SLR vendor to the new vendor solution; several states in similar circumstances have indicated that this task is difficult and requires a highly specialized skillset. This plan includes organizing, mapping and digesting historical data in a meaningful manner, a task that HTS has completed for other states, including the Alabama Medicaid Agency. HTS has successfully transitioned Alabama’s data from the same Commercial Off-the-Shelf system utilized by DHCF in the previous SLR procurement to their new solution in a 45-day timeframe. HTS’s prior experience with successful historical data transition will help DHCF and its providers quickly, which is essential to the program. • South Carolina and Wyoming have also engaged in Sole Source contracts with HTS. Both states extensively vetted HTS and their prior history in the industry and concluded they were the only Contractor that could complete such technical work in a short time-frame. South Carolina and Wyoming agree that HTS provides a cost efficient and user-friendly product and a fast implementation phase that takes approximately forty-five (45) days to implement. This quick implementation phase will allow the District to continue to foster valuable relationships with providers and attract other providers to the program. The greater the number of providers participating in the District MEIP, the greater the number of incentives awarded for successful provider participation, which can be invested in technology to help providers and patients.• Awarding this time-limited contract to any vendor other than HTS would necessitate an unreasonable stoppage in services of a minimum 4-6 months during the extended implementation phase. Such a potential delay is unacceptable to the 150 Medicaid providers expected to attest to the program in 2018. DHCF would need to seek an additional extension from Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) for the MEIP deadlines to accommodate the prolonged implementation phase. If the CMS extension is not granted, providers could be at risk for not participating in the District’s MEIP for this program year, resulting in a loss of $8500 each or over $1,250,000 for District Medicaid providers. We predict that many providers will exit the program if faced with those burdens. HealthTech Solutions, LLC. Determination & Findings Department of Health Care Finance Jarad.dorsey4@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
6/6/2018 6/16/2018 Medicaid Management Information System Contract (Conduent State Healthcare LLC) • The District of Columbia (District) Department of Health Care Finance (DCHF) has a need for (Conduent State Healthcare LLC) has a minimum need to continue operating its federally certified Medicaid Management Information System (MMIS). This system supports the traditional fee-for-service delivery model for the District’s Medicaid Enrollees. During the period of this contract the District shall develop a new statement of work which incorporates changes to the MMIS driven by new requirements contained in the Affordable Care Act of 2010. These services are currently met through Contract number CW26966 with Conduent State Healthcare, LLC. This Contract expires on September 30, 2018. Because of the technical changes mandated under the Affordable Care Act, the District must issue a Sole Source contract to avoid interruption of services, effective September 30, 2018. • The award of this Sole Source Procurement is required to ensure continuity and avoid interruption of the fee-for-service delivery model for the District’s Medicaid Enrollees until a long term contract can be competitively awarded. The interruption of these vital services would pose a major threat to the District and jeopardize the health, welfare and safety of approximately 276,000 clients and 9,000 service providers who utilize the Medicaid program for DC residents. • There would be an impact to other DC Government agencies like District of Columbia Public Schools (DCPS), Department of Disability Services (DDS) and the Office of the State Superintendent of Education (OSSE) who rely on these services to process their claims to claim federal funding for services they provide. The District’s ability to issue prior authorizations for medically needed services and reporting spending to the federal government would be severally impacted. • Finally, with the change in the requirement from CMS to move from a monolithic system to a modular system, there is integration that must occur between the MMIS core with the other modules that it will interact with, such as the Pharmacy Benefits Manager (PBM), the Clinical Case Management Systems (CCMS), the Medicaid Data Warehouse (MDW), and the Provider Data Management System (PDMS). Conduent State Healthcare LLC Determination & Findings Department of Health Care Finance Kalvin.paddyfote@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
6/6/2018 6/16/2018 The Government of the District of Columbia, Office of Contracting and Procurement (OCP) on behalf the Department of Behavioral Health (DBH)/Saint Elizabeth’s Hospital (SEH) is seeking a Contractor to provide a continuum of quality Medically Managed Intensive Inpatient Withdrawal Management Services (MMIWM) for the District of Columbia residents and families coping with the disease of addiction. The period of performance will be from August 31, 2018 through August 30, 2019 Wisconsin Avenue Psychiatric Center dba Psychiatric Institute of Washington (PIW) Determination & Findings Department of Behavioral Health Jeanne.mirabile@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
6/1/2018 6/11/2018 CW20202 – Contract Extension Lucky Dog, Inc. Determination & Findings Department of Public works Josephine.White@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
5/30/2018 6/9/2018 Medicare Eligibility Enhancement Initiative • The District of Columbia (District) Department of Health Care Finance (DHCF) has a minimum need for a Contractor to ensure that Medicaid recipients are appropriately and fully enrolled into all Medicare coverage to which they are entitled. • DHCF issued a Request for Information (RFI) to identify a Contractor who could provide a suite of services to maximize Medicare cost avoidance by ensuring that all eligible DC Medicaid beneficiaries are enrolled in Medicare and that Medicare is paying first for all covered services. • The only Contractor that responded to the RFI was the University of Massachusetts Medical School (UMASS). UMASS has provided Medicare identification, enrollment, coordination, claims processing and buy-in services to state Medicaid programs for more than fifteen (15) years. UMASS is currently performing these services in five (5) states. UMASS uses proprietary data analysis, identification and reporting of findings to identify and secure savings for State Medicaid programs by maximizing Medicare participation and billing. UMASS’ experience and proprietary algorithms are unique and are not otherwise available in the marketplace. • It would be prohibitive in terms of time and cost for the District to identify and use a Contractor other than UMASS for the work at issue. In order to use another Contractor, the District would have to pay a Contractor to create the capabilities that UMASS has already developed. This would result in significant costs to the District, and delays in providing the contract services. • The District agreed that UMASS is the only Contractor available to meet DHCF’s requirements at the current level of expertise. University of Massachusetts Medical School Determination & Findings Department of Health Care Finance Jarad.dorsey4@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
5/30/2018 6/9/2018 The District of Columbia Office of Contracting and Procurement, on behalf of The Department of Health’s (DOH), HIV/AIDS, Hepatitis, Sexually Transmitted Diseases (STD) and Tuberculosis (TB) Administration (HAHSTA) (the “District”) is seeking a contractor or contractors to conduct a urine-based Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis (PrEP) adherence test that detects levels of tenofovir. DOH/HAHSTA operates a comprehensive sexual health clinical services at its DC Health and Wellness Center (DCHWC). DCHWC provides a full-range of services including sexually transmitted infections (STI) screening, treatment, counseling, and HIV prevention treatment consisting of PrEP and Post-Exposure Prophylaxis (PEP). DCHWC currently has 260 PrEP patients. The period of performance shall be for one (1) year from the date of award, with four (4) one-year option periods. UrSure Inc. Determination & Findings Department of Health (DOH) daniel.manning@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
5/23/2018 6/2/2018 The Government of the District of Columbia, Child and Family Services Agency is seeking a Contractor to provide child specific mentoring services. Stars of the Future Mentoring Determination & Findings DC Child and Family Services Agency Ronaldw.davis@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
5/18/2018 5/28/2018 The District of Columbia (“District”), Child and Family Services Agency (“CFSA”) has a need to enter into contracts with individuals to serve as Professional Foster Parents to provide care twenty-four (24) hours per day, seven (7) days a week to youth in the District’s child welfare system, hereinafter referred to as clients. Three venders to be determined Determination & Findings Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA) Monica.Brown7@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
5/18/2018 5/28/2018 Vehicle Leasing – Aggregate Group II Acme Auto Leasing, LLC Determination & Findings Department of Public Works Janet.concepcion2@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
5/18/2018 5/28/2018 Vehicle Leasing – Aggregate Groups I and III Advantage Leasing Associates, LLC Determination & Findings Department of Public Works Janet.concepcion2@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
5/15/2018 5/25/2018 DC Health, Health Emergency Preparedness and Response Administration (HEPRA) requires the continuation of services from the University of Pittsburgh Center for Public Health Practice (CPHP) to complete additional content for the Public Health Emergency Law Manual (PHELM). The PHELM is designed to assist public health officials and practitioners with navigating the plethora of statutes and rules governing issues of public health. After the PHELM was completed in June 2017, there arose a need for additional critical content to be added. This includes legal authorities and analysis related to emerging infectious diseases, as required under the Ebola grant described below. Vendor Name Center for Public Health Practice University of Pittsburgh Graduate School of Public Health Agency DC Health | Health Emergency Preparedness and Response Administration (HEPRA) Contract Specialist Email Reneé Withers Renee.withers@dc.gov Contract Officer Email Dorothy Hale Center for Public Health Practice University of Pittsburgh Graduate School of Public Health Determination & Findings DC Health | Health Emergency Preparedness and Response Administration (HEPRA) Renee.withers@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
5/15/2018 5/25/2018 Administrative Services Organization Contract (PCG) • The District of Columbia (District) Department of Health Care Finance (DCHF) has a need for (PCG) to verify Medicaid claims from Partner Agencies before submission to the Fiscal Agent for processing as well as conduct quarterly audits of the paid Medicaid claims and associated documentation. In addition add the operations and the implementation of Administrative Service Organization (ASO) functions for the Office of the State Superintendent for Education (OSSE) to review Medicaid claims submitted by non public schools and early intervention programs administered by OSSE.The current vendor, Public Consulting Group (PCG), verifies these claims via an automated process using software that is proprietary to PCG. • PCG Software must be used for the contract services referenced above because PCG designed and built PCG Software to the District’s specifications for the contract services. As a result, PCG Software is necessary to meet the District’s needs for the contract services. For example, PCG designed PCG Software to ensure that in the course of processing the Medicaid claims disallowances are reduced, and the monies provided to each agency are appropriate. In addition, PCG Software can be augmented to increase or decrease the number of validations of Medicaid claims as needed. • It would be prohibitive in terms of time and cost for the District to use software other than PCG software for the work at issue here. In order to use off the shelf software instead of PCG software, the District would have to pay a vendor to significantly modify the off the shelf software to meet the District’s needs and specifications for the contract services. This would result in significant costs to the District, and delays in providing the contract services. • The District agreed that only PCG will be permitted to perform contract services that require use of PCG Software as it is proprietary to PCG, while a competitively procurement award is sought. Public Consulting Group Determination & Findings Department of Health Care Finance Kalvin.paddyfote@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
5/14/2018 5/24/2018 Strategic Planning Services Lachman Consulting Determination & Findings The Mayor’s Office on Returning Citizens Affairs tiffany.starks@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
5/10/2018 5/20/2018 Upgrades to Existing 24' Custom Command Trailers Trailerlogic, LLC Determination & Findings Office of the Chief Medical Examiner Sherman.Squire2@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
5/4/2018 5/14/2018 11th Street Bridge Park Engineering Service for Environmental, Preliminary and Final Design Whitman Requardt & Associates, LLP (WRA) Determination & Findings District Department of Transportation Jeralyn.johnson@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
5/3/2018 5/13/2018 Engineer of Record Services for the I-295 Malcom X Avenue Interchange Improvement Project HNTB Determination & Findings DDOT Vallarie.Howard@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
5/2/2018 5/12/2018 Developmental Disabilities Administration (DDA) Quality Assurance Health Initiative Georgetown University Center for Child and Human Development Determination & Findings Department on Disability Services (DDS) Cedet.Francois@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
4/30/2018 5/10/2018 Construction Management and Inspection Services for Green Infrastructure Construction KCI Technologies, Inc. (KCI) Determination & Findings District Department of Transportation Jeralyn.johnson@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
4/30/2018 5/10/2018 In February 2018, the Department of Energy & Environment (DODE) applied for and was selected through a competitive process to serve as a host organization for the Environmental Defense Fund (EDF) Climate Corp Fellowship program to support work on climate change and green building. The EDF Climate Corps is a competitive fellowship program through which EDF recruits and trains top graduate students and then places them in leading organizations to provide expert hands-on support for energy and climate change initiatives. Specifically, DOEE is seeking the support of an EDF fellow to conduct research and analysis to support initial planning for how the District can achieve carbon neutrality. Specific research needs include identifying potential clean energy and green building policies to help the District achieve its long-term greenhouse gas reduction goals. Environmental Defense Fund (EDF) Determination & Findings Department of Energy & Environment (DOEE) Robyn.randolph@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
4/30/2018 5/10/2018 CW20202 Lucky Dog, Inc. Determination & Findings Department of Public works Josephine.White@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
4/30/2018 5/10/2018 CW19745 – Fleet Maintenance Services First Vehicle Services, Inc. Determination & Findings Metropolitan Police Department Tonia.Nixon@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
4/27/2018 5/7/2018 BUILD The Office of the State Superintendent of Education (OSSE), Division of Early Learning (DEL) is seeking to continue participating in the BUILD Initiative as a partner state. The BUILD Initiative provides support to a consortium of states to build efforts across states to create and share best practices to improve early childhood care and systems. The BUILD Initiative helps the consortium state leaders, develop an early childhood system – programs, services and policies tailored to the needs of the state’s unique young child population. This works focuses on connecting programs and services that may have functioned in isolation, been redundant, lacked resources to meet critical needs and/or operated at cross-purposes. In order to further advance the establishment of high quality publically funded early care and education system as required in the Child Care and Development Block Grant Act of 2014 OSSE will continue the partnership with a nationally recognized consortium of member states that focus on the implementation of high quality early childhood education. The period of performance Date of Award through twelve months thereafter. Third Sector New England / BUILD Determination & Findings Office of the State Superintendent of Education Cathy.bridges@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
4/26/2018 5/6/2018 The District of Columbia Office of Contracting and Procurement (OCP) on behalf of the Department of Corrections (DOC) (the District) has a continuing need for a contractor to operate and manage the Department of Corrections food service program at the District's Central Detention Facility (CDF) and the Correctional Treatment Facility (CTF). There are 5 components to this service. These include operating an inmate food service at each facility to provide food for approximately 2025 inmates; equipment maintenance and repair provisions; equipment replacement on a 5 year amortization schedule; provision auxiliary food services; and providing the services of a consulting dietician. Period of Performance June 1, 2018 through September 30, 2018 Aramark Food Servic Determination & Findings Department of Corrections Keia.brooks2@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
4/25/2018 5/5/2018 Engineering Service – Design of HVAC North Arrow Inc. Determination & Findings District Department of Public Works Josephine.white@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
4/23/2018 5/3/2018 Completion of Design Services for the Rehabilitation of the Theodore Roosevelt Bridge Rehabilitation Project T.Y. Lin International Determination & Findings District Department of Transportation Jeralyn.johnson@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
4/17/2018 4/27/2018 CFSA has a need for Case Management and Family Based Foster Care Services for children and youth that have been removed from their natural home due to abuse and/or neglect and, for those needing to be removed from their homes, ensuring a foster care placement that can effectively support children and youth in achieving their goals of safety, permanence, and well-being in accordance with the Adoption and Safe Families Act (H.R. 6893), the LaShawn A. v. Bowser Implementation and Exit Plan (Exit Plan), and the Fostering Connections to Success and Increasing Adoptions Act of 2008 (Public Law 110-351). Latin American Youth Center Determination & Findings Child and Family Services Agency lindar.thomas@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
4/17/2018 4/27/2018 IEPv6 Software Application The District of Columbia’s Office of Contracting and Procurement, on behalf of the Office of the State Superintendent of Education (“OSSE”) seeks to enter into a contract with PowerSchool Group, LLC (“PowerSchool”) to provide and implement the IEPv6 software application, a Specialized Services Management (“SSM”) application to report data on the District of Columbia’s public school students from pre-kindergarten through 22 year olds with disabilities. PowerSchool holds proprietary rights to the IEPv6 Software Application to interface with the existing software, eSchoolPLUS. PowerSchool Group LLC does not offer or have distributor agreements with any entities to sell their software application offerings. Further, they don’t allow any other entity to interface (connect to the data and/or source code) with any of the software applications offered in their suite of applications. PowerSchool Group, LLC Determination & Findings The Office of Contracting and Procurement on behalf of the Office of the State Superintendent of Education (OSSE) tamera.anderson@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
4/13/2018 4/23/2018 Out Patient Mental Health Care Interborough Developmental & Consultation Center Determination & Findings Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA) calvinl.mcfadden@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
4/13/2018 4/23/2018 Vendor will complete ongoing analysis for FY2017 rebate fund project Authorization: Code of the District of Columbia 2-354.04, DCMR 1304,1700 and 1701 The Procurement is being awarded as a Sole Source Authorization Code 2-354.04 Strategic Impact Advisors Determination & Findings The Office of Cable, Television, Film Music and Entertainment Leslie.young@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
4/13/2018 4/23/2018 The Metropolitan Police Department has a continuing need for a Contractor to provide occupational healthcare and ancillary healthcare services at the Police and Fire Clinic for all Covered Employees of the Metropolitan Police Department (MPD), the Fire and Emergency Medical Services Department (FEMS), the United States Park Police (USPP), the United States Secret Service Uniformed Division, the D.C. Housing Authority, the DC Department of the Environment (DDOE), and the Protective Services Police Department, Department of General Services (DGS) which are provided currently through a contract between the District of Columbia Government and PFC Associates, LLC (PFC). This service is mandated by District of Columbia Official Code § 5-631 et seq. It is critical that the specified public safety group members continue treatment and program requirements presently mandated by law. An interruption in service would be detrimental to the District's public safety. If the District fails to provide services to its employees and workers’ compensation beneficiaries, as mandated by D.C. Law, then it would be in direct violation of the law (D.C. Code § 44-504). To avoid a disruption of these essential services, the District has determined it is in the best interest to enter into a Sole Source Contract with PFC to continue providing occupational healthcare and ancillary healthcare services. The services provided by PFC are necessary to ensure continuity and avoid any stoppage of services for the District's Public Safety Group Members to attend scheduled medical appointments and minimize any serious disruption in agency operation, whereas, the contractor shall continue to operate with a valid contract. PFC has performed the required occupational and ancillary healthcare services satisfactorily since it was awarded the contract. PFC Associates, LLC Determination & Findings Metropolitan Police Department Emmaniece.Gordon@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
4/11/2018 4/21/2018 EPA Approved Biofuel Conversion System - Special Pilot Procurement: The DC Department of Public Works (DPW) has a need to implement a small scale test pilot project of an EPA approved biofuel conversion system Optimus Technologies, Inc. Determination & Findings Department of Public Works Tonia.Nixon@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
4/10/2018 4/20/2018 Construction Engineering Support Services for Construction of Fiber Optic Networks along DC Freeways HNTB District of Columbia Determination & Findings District Department of Transportation Jeralyn.johnson@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
4/6/2018 4/16/2018 Psychiatric Residential Treatment Facility New Hope Treatment Center Determination & Findings Child and Family Services Agency calvinl.mcfadden@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
4/3/2018 4/13/2018 New Truck Scale for the Ft. Totten Transfer Station Mettler-Toledo Determination & Findings Department of Public Works Tonia.Nixon@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
4/2/2018 4/12/2018 Completion of Design Services for the Rehabilitation of I-395 HOV Bridge over the Potomac River Parsons Transportation Group Determination & Findings District Department of Transportation Jeralyn.johnson@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
3/30/2018 4/9/2018 Advanced Placement (AP) Test Administration Services The Office of the State Superintendent of Education (OSSE) requires a Contractor to provide the Advanced Placement (AP) testing services to the eligible 8th-12th grade Free and Reduced Meals’ (FARM) students. This includes all aspects of student test registration and setup, with support to both OSSE and directly to Local Education Agencies (LEAs). AP testing is scheduled on May 24, 2018 and make-up day is scheduled on May 31, 2018. The College Board is the sole source owner and the only entity that can provide this test administration services. The College Board Determination & Findings The Office of Contracting and Procurement on behalf of the Office of the State Superintendent of Education marilou.holandez@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
3/28/2018 4/7/2018 The District of Columbia Office of Contracting and Procurement (OCP) on behalf of the Department of Corrections (DOC) (the District) has a continuing need for a contractor to operate and manage the Department of Corrections food service program at the District's Central Detention Facility (CDF) and the Correctional Treatment Facility (CTF). There are 5 components to this service. These include operating an inmate food service at each facility to provide food for approximately 2025 inmates; equipment maintenance and repair provisions; equipment replacement on a 5 year amortization schedule; provision auxiliary food services; and providing the services of a consulting dietician. Period of Performance June 1, 2018 through September 30, 2018. Aramark Food Services Determination & Findings Department of Corrections Keia.brooks2@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
3/19/2018 3/29/2018 The Office of Contracting and Procurement on the behalf of the Department of Behavioral Health seeks a contractor to support the Forensic Outpatient Department (FOPD) by delivering Forensic Psychology Consultation Services to support the agency in meeting legal responsibilities for a specific high profile case. The contractor shall render services at DBH sites and at court locations within the District of Columbia. The primary responsibility of the Licensed Psychologist includes applying professional knowledge of the Practice of Forensic Psychology. This includes experience with conducting risk assessments, forensic evaluations, forensic report writing and being deemed an expert witness in forensic psychology in a court of law. Dr. Katherine Murphy Determination & Findings Department of Behavioral Health margaret.desper@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
3/15/2018 3/25/2018 Community Based Child Welfare Services Development and implementation of a community-based child welfare service delivery network located in a distinct geographic area in the District and to work in tandem with CFSA by providing community-based, preventative and supportive aftercare and related child welfare services to District of Columbia residents, including wards of the District and their families, and families in crisis who are in danger of entering into the child welfare system. Edgewood/Brookland Family Support Collaborative Determination & Findings DC Child and Family Services Agency Ronaldw.davis@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
3/15/2018 3/25/2018 Community Based Child Welfare Services/ Development and implementation of a community-based child welfare service delivery network located in a distinct geographic area in the District and to work in tandem with CFSA by providing community-based, preventative and supportive aftercare and related child welfare services to District of Columbia residents, including wards of the District and their families, and families in crisis who are in danger of entering into the child welfare system. East River Family Strengthening Collaborative Inc. Determination & Findings DC Child and Family Services Agency Robert.stona@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
3/15/2018 3/25/2018 Community Based Child Welfare Services/ Development and implementation of a community-based child welfare service delivery network located in a distinct geographic area in the District and to work in tandem with CFSA by providing community-based, preventative and supportive aftercare and related child welfare services to District of Columbia residents, including wards of the District and their families, and families in crisis who are in danger of entering into the child welfare system. Far Southeast Family Strengthening Collaborative Determination & Findings DC Child and Family Services Agency Calvin1.mcfadden@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
3/15/2018 3/25/2018 Community Based Child Welfare Services/ Development and implementation of a community-based child welfare service delivery network located in a distinct geographic area in the District and to work in tandem with CFSA by providing community-based, preventative and supportive aftercare and related child welfare services to District of Columbia residents, including wards of the District and their families, and families in crisis who are in danger of entering into the child welfare system. Georgia Avenue Family Support Collaborative Determination & Findings DC Child and Family Services Agency Cheryl.anderson@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
3/15/2018 3/25/2018 Community Based Child Welfare Services/ Development and implementation of a community-based child welfare service delivery network located in a distinct geographic area in the District and to work in tandem with CFSA by providing community-based, preventative and supportive aftercare and related child welfare services to District of Columbia residents, including wards of the District and their families, and families in crisis who are in danger of entering into the child welfare system. Collaborative Solutions for Communities Determination & Findings DC Child and Family Services Agency lindar.thomas@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
3/13/2018 3/23/2018 Provide operational and financial back office support to a closing school • Prepare accounts payable • Prepare payroll file • Prepare financial close each month • Other tasks as necessary EdOps Determination & Findings DC Public Charter School Board spearson@dcpcsb.org NIAS.info@dc.gov
3/13/2018 3/23/2018 Construction Engineering Support Services for near term Rehabilitation of 14th Street SW bridges (Nos. 171-1;171-2;171-3, 021,1134,1134A-1) Louis Berger Determination & Findings District Department of Transportation jeralyn.johnson@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
3/12/2018 3/22/2018 Construction Engineering Support Services for Maryland Avenue- 2nd Street, NE to 14th Street, NE Johnson Mirmiran and Thompson Determination & Findings District Department of Transportation jeralyn.johnson@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
3/12/2018 3/22/2018 Construction Engineering Support Services Safety Improvements on New Jersey Avenue STV Determination & Findings District Department of Transportation jeralyn.johnson@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
3/8/2018 3/18/2018 Segway Maintenance Capital Segway LLC Determination & Findings Metropolitan Police Department Sherman.Squire2@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
3/6/2018 3/16/2018 DCEB-2018-C-2008 The Government of the District of Columbia, Office of the Deputy Mayor for Planning and Economic Development (“DMPED” or “District”) has a minimum need to enter into a contract to perform an assessment of affordable housing in the District. Coalition for Nonprofit Housing & Economic Development Determination & Findings Office of the Deputy Mayor for Planning and Economic Development farhard.rezaei@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
3/6/2018 3/16/2018 Coding and Technology Exploration Program The Notice of Intent was originally put out as Exempt from Competition Authorization: Code of the District of Columbia 2-354.13 (8). The Procurement is being awarded as a Sole Source Authorization Code 2-354.04 Clearly Innovative, Inc. Determination & Findings Office Chief Technology Officer Leslie.young@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
3/5/2018 3/15/2018 Construction Engineering Support Services for Klingle Valley Trail Construction Stantec Consulting Services, Inc. (Stantec) Determination & Findings District Department of Transportation jeralyn.johnson@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
3/5/2018 3/15/2018 Construction Engineering Support Services for Rehabilitation of East Capitol Street Bridge over Anacostia River HNTB District of Columbia (HNTB) Determination & Findings District Department of Transportation jeralyn.johnson@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
2/28/2018 3/10/2018 The Government of the District of Columbia, Office of Contracting and Procurement (OCP) on behalf of the Mayor’s Office on Latino Affairs seeks the services of a contractor to produce a comprehensive, sophisticated evidence based research report that updates the last rendition about the state of immigrants in the District of Columbia. This report shall be delivered in a ready to print format no later than May 1, 2018. The Urban Institue Determination & Findings Mayor’s Office on Latino Affairs, State of Immigrants Report Derrick.Burke2@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
2/28/2018 3/10/2018 Klingle Valley Trail Repairs / Repair to the Klingle Vally Trail project that was the result of post construction wash out and erosion caused by storms in the summer of 2017. Anchor Construction Co. Determination & Findings District Department of Transportation (DDOT) neal.watson@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
2/26/2018 3/8/2018 DCRL-2017-H-0045 Therapeutic Group Home Youth for Tomorrow Determination & Findings Child and Family Services Agency patricia.lewis-miller@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
2/26/2018 3/8/2018 Coding and Technology Officer Clearly Innovative,INC. Determination & Findings Office Chief Technology Officer Leslie.young@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
2/26/2018 3/8/2018 Since 2016, QuickBase has provided DC PCSB with the online, low code application development tool, QuickBase. The tool allows Dc PCSB to build applications to collect data, including its primary application “the Hub.” The Hub serves as DC PCSB’s collection and storage platform student enrollment, demographic, attendance, discipline, financial, and non-academic performance data for the public charter schools under its purview. To fulfill its oversight responsibilities, DC PCSB must continue to collect these data and make them available to staff and stakeholders. QuickBase, Inc. Determination & Findings DC Public Charter School Board abethke@dcpcsb.org NIAS.info@dc.gov
2/23/2018 3/5/2018 Construction Management and Inspection Services for FY 14 Preventive Maintenance and Emergency Repairs on Highway Structures Stantec Consulting Services, Inc. (Stantec) Determination & Findings District Department of Transportation jeralyn.johnson@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
2/23/2018 3/5/2018 KLASS Solutions has provided DC PCSB with School Quality Reports services since September 2015. Their application development services allow DC PCSB to report student achievement, student growth, and school environment data from the public charter schools in a high-quality report. To fulfill its oversight responsibilities, DC PCSB must continue to annually report on the academic framework for each charter school, using the same business rules, methodology, technology initiated by KLASS Solutions. KLASS Solutions Determination & Findings DC Public Charter School Board ekupferberg@dcpcsb.org NIAS.info@dc.gov
2/16/2018 2/26/2018 Literacy Adult & Community Education System (LACES) and Data Vault (DV) Annual Maintenance, Hosting & Modifications The District of Columbia’s Office of Contracting and Procurement (OCP), on behalf of the Office of the State Superintendent of Education, Adult and Family Education (OSSE, AFE), seeks to contract with Literacy Pro Systems (LPS) to continue services to develop, maintain and modify the Literacy Adult Community Education System (LACES), the District’s Management Information System. The LACES is used at the district and local levels to collect and report student progress and outcomes on an annual basis. OSSE, in collaboration with the Department of Employment Services (DOES) and other agency partners, uses the Data Vault (DV) transactional system to allow DC government staff and Local Service Providers to track customer participation and outcomes as an effective virtual one stop and integration tool designed to refer and direct DC residents to the appropriate adult learning opportunities. The Contractor will ensure the ongoing annual hosting, maintenance and enhanced service of the State’s Management Information Systems (MIS). Literacy Pro Systems Determination & Findings The Office of Contracting and Procurement on behalf of the Office of the State Superintendent of Education (OSSE) marilou.holandez@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
2/14/2018 2/24/2018 New Hospital and Healthcare Delivery System Partnership Development The District of Columbia (District) Department of Health Care Finance (DCHF) has a need for Huron Consulting Services, LLC (Huron) to provide advice, recommendations, analysis, and support for all documentation necessary for the design, financing, construction, and operation of a new acute care hospital and healthcare delivery system at St. Elizabeth’s East, including any associated ambulatory pavilions, medical buildings, and other facilities. The current vendor, Huron, has been providing advisement to the District on the most optimal plan for the design, financing, and operating structure of a comprehensive health care delivery system, including a new acute care hospital. Huron is the only contractor that can perform the desired services because they have been involved in this process since May 2017 and continuity of planning with the potential hospital operators is critical to ensuring that the District receives the best proposals for the delivery of health care. Since commencement of this project, Huron has collected and analyzed a large amount of data covering a vast area, including but not limited to standard metrics such as, length of stay for inpatient admissions, utilization rates and most common primary diagnoses for the population to be served, to project specific matters like methods of funding allowable, ideal design for the new facility, and best location for maximum use. It would be prohibitive in terms of time and cost for the District to enter into an agreement with another Contractor at this time. This would result in significant costs to the District, and delays in providing necessary healthcare delivery system. Huron Consulting Services, LLC Determination & Findings Department of Health Care Finance Lydia.gray@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
2/12/2018 2/22/2018 The District of Columbia Government (District), Office of Contracting and Procurement (OCP), on behalf of the Department of Health (DOH), seeks to contract with The Clearing to continue planning and facilitating meetings of a multidisciplinary group representing a wide range of stakeholders including several government agencies, hospitals, healthcare providers, federal partners, and members of the public. The Contractor must maintain a detailed membership listing, prepare meeting agendas, facilitate meetings amongst the group, plan a quarterly summit, arrange the summit space based on specifications from the Chairpersons of the group, and distribute all materials from the summit to all participants via electronic mail. The period of performance shall be from award through September 30, 2018. There is one (1) one year option period. The Clearing Determination & Findings Department of Health (DOH) daniel.manning@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
2/12/2018 2/22/2018 Construction Management and Inspection Services for Revitalization of Kennedy Street, NW from Georgia Ave., NW to N. Capitol St. NW EBA Consulting, Inc. (EBA) Determination & Findings District Department of Transportation jeralyn.johnson@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
2/8/2018 2/18/2018 The District of Columbia, Child and Family Services Agency is in need of a contractor to provide residential, foster and social care services to unaccompanied refugee minors in foster care, and congregate care programs group home or semi-independent living programs throughout the Washington Metropolitan area. The Contractor shall provide these services for up to forty (40) unaccompanied refugee minor youths. Lutheran Social Services of the National Capital Area Determination & Findings Child and Family Services Agency robert.stona@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
2/1/2018 2/11/2018 The District of Columbia (District) Office of the Inspector General (OIG) has a need for a Contractor to 1) Organize by OIG component (i.e., Division, Unit and Program) hard copy files covered under Title 1 DCMR Chapter 1502, Agency Records Management Programs; 2) Establish or identify a File Plan for each electronic record; 3) Digitally scan, by searchable optical character recognition (OCR), each file by its corresponding file plan; 4) Destroy all files not required to be retained in hard copy and/or archived; and 5) File each hard copy record by its file plan or store it in the OIG Records Facility. Digi Docs, LLC DBA Document Managers Determination & Findings The Office of the Inspector General Sasha.Bradford@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
2/1/2018 2/11/2018 The District of Columbia’s Office of Contracting and Procurement (OCP), on behalf of the Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) has a need to continue services awarded under the Ticket Processing contract for the period of March 3, 2018 through January 2, 2019. These services are currently provided under contract number POKV-2006-C-0064. Conduent State & Local Solutions, Inc. Determination & Findings DMV Nicole.smith-mcdermott@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
2/1/2018 2/11/2018 DCEB-2018-C-2006 The Office of Deputy Mayor for Planning and Economic Development (DMPED) has a minimum need provide for the assessment, review and creation of Property Assessed Clean Energy (PACE) housing transactions and opportunities for the District’s Revenue Bond Program. Crest Management Solutions, LLC Determination & Findings Office of the Deputy Mayor for Planning and Economic Development farhad.rezaei@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
1/31/2018 2/10/2018 The District of Columbia Office of Contracting and Procurement (OCP) on behalf of the Department of Corrections (DOC) (the District) has a continuing need for a contractor to operate and manage the Department of Corrections food service program at the District's Central Detention Facility (CDF) and the Correctional Treatment Facility (CTF). There are 5 components to this service. These include operating an inmate food service at each facility to provide food for approximately 2025 inmates; equipment maintenance and repair provisions; equipment replacement on a 5 year amortization schedule; provision auxiliary food services; and providing the services of a consulting dietician. Period of Performance March 1, 2018 through May, 31 2018 Aramark Food Services Determination & Findings Department of Corrections Keiad.brooks@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
1/31/2018 2/10/2018 The Office of Contracting and Procurement (OCP) Department of Health (DOH) on behalf of DOH Center for Policy Planning and Evaluation (CPPE) seeks to understand the current antimicrobial stewardship activities that are occurring in District of Columbia healthcare facilities. Assessing these antimicrobial stewardship programs will consist of building out a pre-existing domain from a larger and more general infection control assessment and then implementing the newly expanded domain as part of the larger infection control assessment. Assessing the antimicrobial stewardship programs at various DC healthcare facilities will identify facility and district level gaps with regards to the proper use of antibiotics and controlling the spread of antibiotic resistant infections and enable DC DOH to determine the most efficient and effective mitigation steps. These assessments will also help facilities understand what resources are needed for improving the antimicrobial stewardship activities and have clear and direct paths towards fulfilling these requirements with DOH to obtain the desired assistance. Georgetown University, Region Organized Against Resistance (ROAR) Coalition Determination & Findings DOH Office of Contracting and Procurement (OCP) Michael.Etekochay@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
1/26/2018 2/5/2018 The District of Columbia’s Office of Contracting and Procurement (OCP), on behalf of the Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) has a need to continue services awarded under the Ticket Processing contract for the period of March 3, 2018 through January 2, 2019. These services are currently provided under contract number POKV-2006-C-0064. Conduent State & Local Solutions, Inc. Determination & Findings DMV Nicole.smith-mcdermott@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
1/26/2018 2/5/2018 The Government of the District of Columbia, Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA), is seeking to continue the utilization of the services of Creative Ways Therapy to provide individual mental health therapy services for a CFSA clients. The therapy shall be conducted in Spanish and the therapist shall be a licensed trauma informed mental health clinician (LICSW, LPC, etc.). The vendor will be required to submit a monthly summary of the client’s progress in therapy to include, but not limited to, measurable treatment goals, progress towards treatment goals, barriers to treatment and any additional clinical recommendations if applicable. The assigned therapist will be required to participate (by phone or in person) in treatment or permanency team meetings at the request of the CFSA social work team when appropriate. Creative Ways Therapy Determination & Findings Child and Family Services Lisa.minor-smith@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
1/26/2018 2/5/2018 The Government of the District of Columbia, Child and Family Services Agency (District, CFSA or Agency) requires the Contractor to provide training, technical assistance, and coaching to newly hired CFSA employees. The Contractor shall provide technical assistance for the Project Connect welfare services model to this class of employees. Children’s Friend Determination & Findings Child and Family Services Agency shamika.place@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
1/22/2018 2/1/2018 The Metropolitan Police Department has a continuing need for a Contractor to provide occupational healthcare and ancillary healthcare services at the Police and Fire Clinic for all Covered Employees of the Metropolitan Police Department (MPD), the Fire and Emergency Medical Services Department (FEMS), the United States Park Police (USPP), the United States Secret Service Uniformed Division, the D.C. Housing Authority, the DC Department of the Environment (DDOE), and the Protective Services Police Department, Department of General Services (DGS) which are provided currently through a contract between the District of Columbia Government and PFC Associates, LLC (PFC). This service is mandated by District of Columbia Official Code § 5-631 et seq. It is critical that the specified public safety group members continue treatment and program requirements presently mandated by law. An interruption in service would be detrimental to the District's public safety. If the District fails to provide services to its employees and workers’ compensation beneficiaries, as mandated by D.C. Law, then it would be in direct violation of the law (D.C. Code § 44-504). To avoid a disruption of these essential services, the District has determined it is in the best interest to enter into a Sole Source Contract with PFC to continue providing occupational healthcare and ancillary healthcare services. The services provided by PFC are necessary to ensure continuity and avoid any stoppage of services for the District's Public Safety Group Members to attend scheduled medical appointments and minimize any serious disruption in agency operation, whereas, the contractor shall continue to operate with a valid contract. PFC has performed the required occupational and ancillary healthcare services satisfactorily since it was awarded the contract. PFC Associates, LLC Determination & Findings Metropolitan Police Department Emmaniece.Gordon@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
1/18/2018 1/28/2018 The District of Columbia’s Office of Contracting and Procurement (OCP), on behalf of The Department of Insurance, Securities and Banking and the Office of the Deputy Mayor for Planning and Economic Development, is procuring services for a contractor to perform outreach and education for the DC Earned Income Tax Credit (Campaign). Capital Area Asset Builders (CAAB) Determination & Findings District of Columbia Department of Insurance, Securities and Banking (DISB) khadija.fuller@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
1/17/2018 1/27/2018 SAT Test Administration and Services The Office of the State Superintendent of Education (OSSE) requires a Contractor to provide SAT testing services. This includes all aspects of student test registration and setup, with support to both OSSE and directly to Local Education Agencies (LEAs). SAT School Day testing is scheduled for March 7th, 2018. SAT School Day testing make-up day is scheduled for April 10th, 2018. The College Board is the sole source owner and the only entity that can provide these pre-test and test administration services. The College Board Determination & Findings The Office of Contracting and Procurement on behalf of the Office of the State Superintendent of Education (OSSE) tamera.anderson@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
1/11/2018 1/21/2018 DCEB-2018-C-2004 The Government of the District of Columbia, Office of the Deputy Mayor for Planning and Economic Development (“DMPED” or “District”) has a minimum need for a contractor to provide ongoing legal counsel to negotiate, develop, and implement projects on Federally-owned land. Kutak Rock, LLP Determination & Findings Office of the Deputy Mayor for Planning and Economic Development lindel.reid@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
1/5/2018 1/15/2018 The Government of the District of Columbia, Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA), has a continuing need to provide Foster Parent Capacity Building Services to Foster Parents of the District of Columbia. Foster and Adoptive Parent Advocacy Center shall provide services which include better communication with the resource parents, training, newsletters and other mailings, bridging the gap between the agency and the resource parents, and helping to recruit more resource parents in the District. Foster & Adoptive Parent Advocacy Center Determination & Findings Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA) shamika.place@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
1/5/2018 1/15/2018 Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA) have an urgent need for Virginia license and placement services. The contractor shall provide Virginia license and placement services that include a foster home setting for M.J. with intensive specialized services. Northern Virginia Family Services Determination & Findings Child Family Service Agency Aaron.Holland2@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
1/3/2018 1/13/2018 The District of Columbia Office of Contracting and Procurement (OCP) on behalf of the Department of Corrections (DOC) (the District) has a continuing need for a contractor to operate and manage the Department of Corrections food service program at the District's Central Detention Facility (CDF) and the Correctional Treatment Facility (CTF). There are 5 components to this service. These include operating an inmate food service at each facility to provide food for approximately 2025 inmates; equipment maintenance and repair provisions; equipment replacement on a 5 year amortization schedule; provision auxiliary food services; and providing the services of a consulting dietician. Period of Performance March 1, 2018 through May, 31 2018 Aramark Food Services Determination & Findings Department of Corrections Keiad.brooks@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
1/3/2018 1/13/2018 FY18 Specialized Prisoner Transport Marked Van Units Mavron, Inc. Determination & Findings Metropolitan Police Department bernetha.armwood@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
1/2/2018 1/12/2018 The Government of the District of Columbia Department of Behavioral Health (DBH), in collaboration with Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA), requires the services of a contractor to provide specialized subject matter experts in the implementation and sustainability of the District’s Family Peers Coaching Project which includes the evidence based practice (EBP) model, Strengthening Family Coping Resources (SFCR). The period of performance will be from Date of Award through September 30, 2018 Community Connections, Inc. Determination & Findings Department of Behavioral Health Jeanne.mirabile@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
12/20/2017 12/30/2017 The Government of the District of Columbia, Office of Contracting and Procurement on behalf of the Office of the State Superintendent of Education (OSSE) seeks to engage in services of Teaching Strategies, LLC to provide an online subscription to Teaching Strategies - GOLD® Assessment portfolio for approximately 10,875 infants, toddlers and pre-Kindergarten age children enrolled in the Quality Improvement Network and Pre-Kindergarten Enhancement and Expansion classrooms in the District of Columbia. Teaching Strategies, LLC Determination & Findings Office of Contracting and Procurement on behalf of Office of the State Superintendent of Education Alvinn.stith@dc.gov
12/19/2017 12/29/2017 Construction Engineering Support Services for Minnesota Avenue Revitalization Phase II A. Morton Thomas and Associates, Inc. Determination & Findings District Department of Transportation jeralyn.johnson@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
12/13/2017 12/23/2017 Jet Fuel South Capitol Street Heliport Determination & Findings Metropolitan Police Department courtney.lattimore@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
12/8/2017 12/18/2017 DCRL-2017-H-0027 Teen Parent Program Youth for Tomorrow Determination & Findings Child and Family Services Agency patricia.lewis-miller@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
12/8/2017 12/18/2017 Vehicle Leasing – Aggregate Groups I and III Advantage Leasing Associates, LLC Determination & Findings Department of Public Works Janet.concepcion2@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
12/8/2017 12/18/2017 Vehicle Leasing – Aggregate Group II Acme Auto Leasing, LLC Determination & Findings Department of Public Works Janet.concepcion2@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
12/8/2017 12/18/2017 DCEB-2016-C-2013 The Government of the District of Columbia, Office of the Deputy Mayor for Planning and Economic Development (“DMPED” or “District”) has a minimum need to facilitate new contracts for products and services to minority-owned businesses from targeted anchor institutions. The intended effect of the increased procurement from anchor institutions with DC-based minority-owned businesses is to create jobs, boost incomes, and generate wealth for entrepreneurs of color, advancing inclusive prosperity for low- and moderate-income DC residents. Coalition for Nonprofit Housing & Economic Development Determination & Findings Office of the Deputy Mayor for Planning and Economic Development lindel.reid@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
12/6/2017 12/16/2017 DCRA seeks to procure assistance to develop and submit a proposal to the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA)-US Department of Transportation (USDOT) for Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS) pilot drone program for regulating drone usage within the District of Columbia. This procurement will include drafting of policies and procedures regarding drone licensing and general regulations within the District of Columbia. The pilot project's intent will be p collaboration and partnership of public and private organizations. Commun-ET, LLC Determination & Findings Department of Consumer and Regulatory Affairs juva.hepburn@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
12/4/2017 12/14/2017 Mental Health Services Provide an array of mental health services for children and youth under the care of CFSA. JMD Counseling and Therapeutic Services, LLC Determination & Findings Child and Family Services Agency calvinl.mcfadden@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
12/4/2017 12/14/2017 The District of Columbia, Child and Family Services Agency, Office of Planning, Policy, & Program Support has an immediate need for a Contractor to provide information management and research tools to transform CFSA Data into a longitudinal database, that can improve outcomes for the children and families this agency serves. Chapin Hall at the University of Chicago Determination & Findings Child and Family Services Agency Vasantha.Samala@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
11/29/2017 12/9/2017 The Mayor’s Office on Asian and Pacific Islander Affairs (MOAPIA) has an immediate need for the Contractor to provide additional consulting services related to the AAPI Action Forum 1(AAF1) meeting they facilitated in 2015, as a logical follow on/up to services provided by the contractor in 2015, for District AAPI residents and merchants with language and cultural barriers. The contractor will also serve as the primary liaison to engage AAPI residents to participate in the community as a whole, both economically and socially. Bald Cypress Media, LLC Determination & Findings The Mayor’s Office on Asian and Pacific Islander Affairs (MOAPIA) Sasha.Bradford@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
11/27/2017 12/7/2017 The District of Columbia Government, Office of Contracting and Procurement (OCP) on behalf of the D.C. Sentencing Commission (SCDC or the Commission) seek continuation of maintenance services from Blueprint Consulting Services. Software maintenance services for the Commission’s Guidelines Reporting Information Data (GRID) system and Guidelines Scoring System (GSS) are required for one additional year from December 21, 2017 through December 20, 2018 Blueprint Consulting Services Determination & Findings D.C. Sentencing Commission alisha.wright@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
11/21/2017 12/1/2017 Community Based Intervention (CBI) Services Training The Government of the District of Columbia Department of Behavioral Health (DBH) requires the services of Contractors to provide Intensive Home and Community-Based Services (IHCBS) Model training, consultation, and fidelity monitoring for existing DBH certified providers of Community Based Intervention (CBI) Levels II, III, and prospective providers of CBI II and III. The period of performance will be for December 12, 2017 through March 31, 2018. Case Western Reserve University Determination & Findings Department of Behavioral Health Jeanne.mirabile@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
11/21/2017 12/1/2017 The Office of the State Superintendent of Education (OSSE) has an immediate need for a contractor to conduct 860 classroom observations on or before April 30, 2018 of children in Pre-K classrooms across multiple sectors including District of Columbia Public Schools (DCPS), District of Columbia Public Charter Schools (DCPCS), and Community-Based Organizations (CBOs) using the Classroom Assessment Scoring System™ Pre-K (CLASS™ Pre-K or CLASS). The contractor must have the operational capacity and logistical ability to begin evaluations immediately upon award and to perform all 860 evaluations no later than April 30, 2018. School Readiness Consulting, LLC Determination & Findings Office of Contracting and Procurement on behalf of Office of the State Superintendent of Education Alvinn.stith@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
11/20/2017 11/30/2017 The Government of the District of Columbia, Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA), has an immediate need for the services of a Contractor to provide a Parent Education Support program for clients of CFSA. Collaborative Solutions for Communities Determination & Findings Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA) vasantha.samala@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
11/20/2017 11/30/2017 The Government of the District of Columbia, Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA), has an immediate need for the services of a Contractor to provide a Parent Education Support program for clients of CFSA. East River Family Support Collaborative Determination & Findings Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA) Vasantha.Samala@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
11/20/2017 11/30/2017 The Government of the District of Columbia, Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA), a need has a need for Case Management and Family Based Foster Care Services for those children and youth that have been removed from their natural home due to abuse and/or neglect, for needing to be removed from their homes, ensuring a foster care placement that can effectively support children and youth in achieving their goals of safety, permanence and well-being in accordance with the Adoption and Safe Families Act (H.R. 6893), LaShawn A.v. Bowser Implementation and Exit Plan and the Fostering Connections to Success and Increasing Adoptions Act of 2008 (Public Law 110-351). Seraaj Family Homes, Inc. Determination & Findings Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA) Lindar.thomas@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
11/20/2017 11/30/2017 The Government of the District of Columbia, Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA), a need has a need for Case Management and Family Based Foster Care Services for those children and youth that have been removed from their natural home due to abuse and/or neglect, for needing to be removed from their homes, ensuring a foster care placement that can effectively support children and youth in achieving their goals of safety, permanence and well-being in accordance with the Adoption and Safe Families Act (H.R. 6893), LaShawn A.v. Bowser Implementation and Exit Plan and the Fostering Connections to Success and Increasing Adoptions Act of 2008 (Public Law 110-351). PSI Family Services, Inc. Determination & Findings Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA) Lindar.thomas@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
11/20/2017 11/30/2017 System Evaluation Services: CFSA requires the immediate services of a third party familiar with the District’s Trauma System and system of Care Grant. The third party is required to evaluate a federal “demonstration project” involving the use of federal title IV-4 funds to implement and expand community-and-home based services for children and families that CFSA serves. Coordinated Care Services, Inc. Determination & Findings Children and Family Services Agency Calvinl.mcfadden@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
11/20/2017 11/30/2017 DCEB-2018-C-2002 The Government of the District of Columbia, Office of the Deputy Mayor for Planning and Economic Development (DMPED), Great Streets Program has a need for an experienced economic development contractor to execute the “Retail Enhancement Strategies” delineated in the Jon Stover & Associates’ Commercial Market Analysis & Enhancement Strategy report and to implement other strategies that shall enhance the commercial vibrancy within the Connecticut Ave corridor. Projects. The period of performance shall be for one (1) year from the date of award with one (1) one-year option. Jon Stover & Associates Determination & Findings Office of the Deputy Mayor for Planning and Economic Development lindel.reid@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
11/20/2017 11/30/2017 Psychiatric Residential Crisis Stabilization Bed Services The Department of Behavioral Health has a continuing need to provide Psychiatric Residential Crisis Stabilization Bed Services to consumers 18 year of age and over that are in enrolled in the District of Columbia’s Public Mental Health System. The period of performance will be for January 1, 2018 through March 31, 2018 SOME, Inc. Determination & Findings Department of Behavioral Health Jeanne.mirabile@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
11/20/2017 11/30/2017 Psychiatric Residential Crisis Stabilization Bed Services The Department of Behavioral Health has a continuing need to provide Psychiatric Residential Crisis Stabilization Bed Services to consumers 18 year of age and over that are in enrolled in the District of Columbia’s Public Mental Health System. The period of performance will be for January 1, 2018 through March 31, 2018 Woodley House, Inc. Determination & Findings Department of Behavioral Health Jeanne.mirabile@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
11/15/2017 11/25/2017 The Government of the District of Columbia, Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA), a need has a need for Case Management and Family Based Foster Care Services for those children and youth that have been removed from their natural home due to abuse and/or neglect, for needing to be removed from their homes, ensuring a foster care placement that can effectively support children and youth in achieving their goals of safety, permanence and well-being in accordance with the Adoption and Safe Families Act (H.R. 6893), LaShawn A.v. Bowser Implementation and Exit Plan and the Fostering Connections to Success and Increasing Adoptions Act of 2008 (Public Law 110-351). Boys Town Washington DC, Inc. Determination & Findings Child and Family Services Agency Lindar.thomas@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
11/15/2017 11/25/2017 The Government of the District of Columbia, Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA), a need has a need for Case Management and Family Based Foster Care Services for those children and youth that have been removed from their natural home due to abuse and/or neglect, for needing to be removed from their homes, ensuring a foster care placement that can effectively support children and youth in achieving their goals of safety, permanence and well-being in accordance with the Adoption and Safe Families Act (H.R. 6893), LaShawn A.v. Bowser Implementation and Exit Plan and the Fostering Connections to Success and Increasing Adoptions Act of 2008 (Public Law 110-351). Lutheran Social Services of the National Capital Area Determination & Findings Child and Family Services Agency Lindar.thomas@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
11/15/2017 11/25/2017 The Government of the District of Columbia, Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA), a need has a need for Case Management and Family Based Foster Care Services for those children and youth that have been removed from their natural home due to abuse and/or neglect, for needing to be removed from their homes, ensuring a foster care placement that can effectively support children and youth in achieving their goals of safety, permanence and well-being in accordance with the Adoption and Safe Families Act (H.R. 6893), LaShawn A.v. Bowser Implementation and Exit Plan and the Fostering Connections to Success and Increasing Adoptions Act of 2008 (Public Law 110-351). Family Matters of Greater Washington Determination & Findings Child and Family Services Agency Lindar.thomas@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
11/15/2017 11/25/2017 The Government of the District of Columbia, Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA), a need has a need for Case Management and Family Based Foster Care Services for those children and youth that have been removed from their natural home due to abuse and/or neglect, for needing to be removed from their homes, ensuring a foster care placement that can effectively support children and youth in achieving their goals of safety, permanence and well-being in accordance with the Adoption and Safe Families Act (H.R. 6893), LaShawn A.v. Bowser Implementation and Exit Plan and the Fostering Connections to Success and Increasing Adoptions Act of 2008 (Public Law 110-351). Boys Town Washington DC, Inc. Determination & Findings Child and Family Services Agency Lindar.thomas@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
11/9/2017 11/19/2017 Testing the waters sources in charter schools following the installation of lead filters. SALUT is currently installing filters under a contract with DCPCSB. Soil and Land Use Technology, Inc. (SaLUT) Determination & Findings DC Public Charter School Board awilliams@dcpcsb.org NIAS.info@dc.gov
11/8/2017 11/18/2017 CFSA has the need for a provider, licensed in the State of Florida, to provide Psychiatric Residential Treatment to District residents and eligible persons under the care of CFSA. This Residential Treatment Center provides to clients that have a DSM-IV diagnosis as specified through psychiatric evaluations. Requirements provided under the current contract are reasonable firm and continuing and are needed beyond the existing contract period. Renewal of this contract period will allow continuous contractual coverage for an additional period, which will satisfy the District’s existing need. Devereux Florida Determination & Findings Child and Family Services Agency cheryl.anderson@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
11/8/2017 11/18/2017 CFSA has the need for a provider, licensed in the State of Virginia, to provide Psychiatric Residential Treatment to District residents and eligible persons under the care of CFSA. This Residential Treatment Center provides to clients that have a DSM-IV diagnosis as specified through psychiatric evaluations. Requirements provided under the current contract are reasonable firm and continuing and are needed beyond the existing contract period. Renewal of this contract period will allow continuous contractual coverage for an additional period, which will satisfy the District’s existing need. Iliff Nursing and Rehabilitation Determination & Findings Child and Family Services Agency cheryl.anderson@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
11/7/2017 11/17/2017 INMATE TELEPHONE SERVICE The Office of Contracting and Procurement, on behalf of the Department of Corrections is awarding a sole source contract to Securus Technologies, Inc., until a new contract can be competitively awarded , the incumbent contractor will continue to provide inmate telephone services for the Department of Corrections at the Central Treatment Facility including required labor, equipment, and materials from Date of Award to December 31, 2018 Securus Technologies, Inc. Determination & Findings Department of Corrections Eric.gordon@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
11/3/2017 11/13/2017 The District of Columbia’s Office of Contracting and Procurement (OCP), on behalf of the Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) has a need to continue services awarded under the Ticket Processing contract for the period of January 3, 2017 through January 2, 2018. These services are currently provided under contract number POKV-2006-C-0064. Xerox State and Local Solutions, Inc. Determination & Findings DMV Nicole.smith-mcdermott@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
10/23/2017 11/2/2017 The District of Columbia, Child and Family Services Agency (District, CFSA), has a need for a contractor to provide competing adoption petitions for CFSA clients for the jurisdictions of the District of Columbia, Maryland. Adoptions Together Determination & Findings Child and Family Services Agency aaron.holland2@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
10/19/2017 10/29/2017 The Department of Human Services (DHS) Economic Security Administration is seeking a vendor to provide transportation services to single and indigent singles and families. Traveler’s Aid Washington, DC Determination & Findings Department of Human Services leslie.young@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
10/18/2017 10/28/2017 Test Administration and Services for Spring 2018 Science Assessments. to the District of Columbia students in grades 5, 8 and high school Biology , using PearsonAccess test management software and TestNav 8 test delivery system which are proprietary software owned by NCS Pearson. The Contractor will set up, maintain, host and administer the spring 2018 DC Science assessment from April 17, 2018 to June 1, 2018 using PearsonAccess test management software and TestNav 8 test delivery system. The Contractor will provide student data files and item response files at the end of testing. NCS Pearson, Inc Determination & Findings OSSE tamera.anderson@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
10/11/2017 10/21/2017 The Government of the District of Columbia (District), Office of Contracting and Procurement (OCP) on behalf of the Department of Behavioral Health (DBH), requires the services of a Contractor to provide specialized subject matter experts in the implementation and sustainability of multiple evidence based practice models including Functional Family Therapy (FFT), Parent Child Interaction Therapy (PCIT), Trauma Focus Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (TF-CBT), Multi-Systemic Therapy, Multi-Systemic Therapy for youth with Problem Sexual Behavior (MST-PSB), Child Parent Psychotherapy for Family Violence (CPP-FV), Trauma Systems Therapy (TST), Transition to Independence (TIP) and Adolescent Community Reinforcement Approach (A-CRA). The trainings, methodology and curriculum requires certified or approved experts, copyrighted and/or proprietary information to be disseminated during training sessions. The mandatory training models are intended for the DBH Provider community and network to support the agency in its oversight of behavioral health services being delivered to DBH authorized Consumers. Evidence-Based Associates (EBA) Inc. Determination & Findings Department of Behavioral Health Adele.Smith@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
10/6/2017 10/16/2017 Human Care Agreement CW55344 Employment Verification Services The Department of Human Services/Economic Security Administration (ESA) has a need for a web based employment verification system to provide immediate verification of employment for customers receiving public benefits. The system must allow instant web accessibility with up to date payroll information from both national and local employers. TALX Corporation, a Provider of Equifax Workforce Solutions (The Work Number) Determination & Findings DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN SERVICES Regina.johnson2@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
10/6/2017 10/16/2017 The District of Columbia’s Office of Contracting & Procurement (OCP) has a need for a contractor to provide an application that generates comprehensive financial data analyses/reports that contains the most accurate, current and complete company information. The application shall provide pertinent financial data that demonstrates the financial capability and resources of the prospective contractor. As mandated per the DCMR Chapter 22, the contracting officer shall make purchases from and award contracts only to responsible contractors, a prospective contractor who demonstrates the adequate financial resources to perform the contract or the ability to obtain those resources. Dun & Bradstreet, Inc. Determination & Findings Office of Contracting & Procurement khadija.fuller@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
10/6/2017 10/16/2017 Design Services for the near term Safety and Geometric Improvements of I-295/DC295 HNTB Determination & Findings District Department of Transportation jeralyn.johnson@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
10/5/2017 10/15/2017 The Child and Family Services Agency has need of a vendor to provide intensive residential therapeutic treatment services to CFSA clients. Residential therapeutic treatment is part of a continuum of care, which provides services at varying levels of intensity from the most to least restrictive. This continuum of care is dynamic; treatment services provided to the clients under this contract are geared towards the progression to a less restrictive and appropriate setting and to increase levels of functioning. KidsPeace National Centers, Inc. Determination & Findings Child and Family Services Agency robert.stona@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
10/3/2017 10/13/2017 Congregate Care Services/ Providing emergency congregate care services (shelter) for multiple youth in CFSA’s custody. Sasha Bruce Youthworks Determination & Findings Child and Family Services Agency aaron.holland2@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
10/3/2017 10/13/2017 Trauma Systems Therapy (TST) Coaching and Mentoring / Trauma informed practice is a highly specialized area of practice. Coaching and mentoring requires a person with extensive knowledge and experience of trauma practice with children and families involved in the child welfare system. A. Washington Clinical Consulting, LLC Determination & Findings Child and Family Services Agency patricia.lewis-miller@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
10/3/2017 10/13/2017 Construction engineering support services for Rehabilitation of Anacostia Freeway Bridges over South Capitol Street N.E. & S.W. Johnson, Mirmiran and Thompson (JMT) Determination & Findings District Department of Transportation jeralyn.johnson@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
10/2/2017 10/12/2017 CFSA has a need for Case Management and Family Based Foster Care Services for children and youth that have been removed from their natural home due to abuse and/or neglect and, for those needing to be removed from their homes, ensuring a foster care placement that can effectively support children and youth in achieving their goals of safety, permanence, and well-being in accordance with the Adoption and Safe Families Act (H.R. 6893), the LaShawn A. v. Bowser Implementation and Exit Plan (Exit Plan), and the Fostering Connections to Success and Increasing Adoptions Act of 2008 (Public Law 110-351). Latin American Youth Center Determination & Findings Child and Family Services Agency lindar.thomas@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
9/28/2017 10/8/2017 Construction Management and Inspection Services for Klingle Valley project HNTB Determination & Findings District Department of Transportation jeralyn.johnson@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
9/28/2017 10/8/2017 The District of Columbia, Child and Family Services Agency (CSFA), is seeking a provider to address the needs of victims of the commercial sexual exploitation of children. The Provider shall provide a full-time survivor services coordinator, which is also licensed social worker who will provide support and technical assistance to staff who are working with youth who are victims of sex trafficking as well as providing support and services to both child victims and their parents(Biological & Foster). Courtney’s House Determination & Findings Child and Family Services Agency vasantha.samala@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
9/28/2017 10/8/2017 Continuation of engineering design services for Kenilworth Pedestrian Bridges-Douglas Street Bridge Replacement HNTB Determination & Findings District Department of Transportation jeralyn.johnson@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
9/28/2017 10/8/2017 HSA Senior Business Analyst / Business Analysis and Program Support services for CFSA’s Child Information Systems Administration’s Comprehensive Child Welfare Information System Program; Courage, LLC. Determination & Findings Child and Family Services Agency yorjai.chandy2@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
9/22/2017 10/2/2017 The Office of the Attorney General (“OAG”) is seeking to procure parking at the garage owned by U Street Parking, located at 441 4th Street, NW, Washington, DC 20001. U Street Parking Determination & Findings Office of the Attorney General emma.clark@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
9/22/2017 10/2/2017 Jail Liaison Services MBI Health Services, LLC. Determination & Findings Department of Behavioral Health Tonya.Mills@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
9/22/2017 10/2/2017 Recovery Housing N Street Village, Inc. Determination & Findings Department of Behavioral Health Tonya.Mills@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
9/22/2017 10/2/2017 Residential Habilitation, Supported Living, Host Home, and other related Residential expenses for District of Columbia Persons with Intellectual Developmental Disabilities Metro Homes, Inc. Lifeline, Inc. Blossom Services, Inc. DC Residential Services Agape, Inc. Anna Health Care Inc. Capitol Hill Supportive Services Programs, Inc. DC Cares Center, Inc. Finsby Care, Inc. Innovative Concepts, Inc. Innovative Life Solutions, Inc. Joyful Health Care, Inc. Project ReDirect, Inc. Total Care Services, Inc. Valentine Community Services, LLC Vested Optimum Community Svcs. Inc. Integrated Community Services, Inc. Abundant Life Residential Services Wholistic Home & Community Eckington House Mental Health Services, LLC Woods Services, Inc. Center on Deafness Determination & Findings Department on Disability Services Jewell.Miles@dc.gov; Cedet.Francois@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
9/20/2017 9/30/2017 The District of Columbia, Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA or the Agency) has a minimum need to provide psychiatric residential treatment services in Kennesaw, GA for children under the care of Child and Family Services Agency and their families (DC Medicaid Funded). Devereux Georgia Determination & Findings Child and Family Services Agency cheryl.anderson@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
9/19/2017 9/29/2017 Data Dashboard System Enterprise platform and users licenses Analytica, Inc. Determination & Findings Child and Family Services Agency calvinl.mcfadden@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
9/15/2017 9/25/2017 The District of Columbia Office of Contracting and Procurement, on behalf of the Metropolitan Police Department (MPD) (the “District”) has a continuing need for a Contractor to provide Axon Body Worn Camera systems, to include warranty, maintenance and support; and shall also provide trade-in for current body cameras. These services are provided currently through a contract between the District of Columbia Government and TASER International, Inc. The Metropolitan Police Department (MPD) has determined that the TASER Axon Body Camera System best meets its needs because it provides an all-in-one solution including: two camera models and accessories; automated docking stations that upload video and charge simultaneously; and, of significant importance, a data management system that allows MPD to manage and share digital evidence without needing local storage infrastructure or software. The TASER solution uniquely offers the capability for Officers to tag videos using a mobile application, allowing them to remain in the field. The TASER solution provides the MPD with cloud based data storage through Evidence.com. Using Evidence.com, the Department has already stored tens of thousands of videos. The Department would incur significant cost to transfer and store this data with another provider.TASER International, Inc. is the sole manufacturer and distributor of the TASER Digital Evidence Solution. TASER is also the sole developer and Offeror of the Evidence.com data management services. Evidence.com is both a division of TASER and a data management product solution offered by TASER. Evidence.com is not a separate corporate entity. TASER International, Inc. Determination & Findings Metropolitan Police Department Emmaniece.Gordon@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
9/15/2017 9/25/2017 Ethics Programming Services/ The Contractor shall perform four on-site visits throughout the year to provide educational sessions to DC CFSA staff in support of the development of an ethics program. Bioethical Services of Virginia, Inc. Determination & Findings DC Child and Family Services Agency lisa.minor-smith@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
9/15/2017 9/25/2017 Horton Ambulance Purchase FESCO DBA Laake Enterprises Determination & Findings DC Fire and emergency Medical Services Sherman.squire2@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
9/15/2017 9/25/2017 The Government of the District of Columbia, Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA), has an immediate need for the current contractor to continue to provide administrative support services for the Grandparent Caregivers Program Valorie Gainer Determination & Findings Child and Family Services Agency aaron.holland2@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
9/14/2017 9/24/2017 Maintenance Services for projectors Advanced Network Consultants Determination & Findings DC Child and Family Services Agency ( lisa.minor-smith@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
9/7/2017 9/17/2017 Wayne Place Project Transitional Housing and Independence Living environment Far Southeast Family Strengthening Collaborative Determination & Findings Child and Family Services Agency calvinl.mcfadden@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
9/6/2017 9/16/2017 DCEB-2018-C-2001 The Government of the District of Columbia, Office of the Deputy Mayor for Planning and Economic Development (DMPED), has a minimum need for a contractor to provide economic development support services in China. MBC Shanghai Co. Ltd. Determination & Findings Office of the Deputy Mayor for Planning and Economic Development lindel.reid@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
9/5/2017 9/15/2017 Property Assessed Clean Energy (PACE) Third-Party Administrator The Department of Energy and Environment (DOEE) has a minimum need for a third-party program administrator for the District’s Property Assessed Clean Energy (PACE) program as defined by § 8-1778.01(1). The purpose of the PACE program is to reduce the upfront costs of making properties in the District more energy and water efficient and increase the deployment of renewable energy in the District in order to address the issue of global climate change and consumers’ energy costs while also stimulating economic development and job creation. To date, the PACE program has brought about over thirty million dollars in private investment for energy and water measures to the District. This investment is a key component to furthering the District’s environmental goals. The program administrator’s requirements include outreach and marketing to eligible property owners to inform them of the existence and benefits of the PACE program, establishing loan and credit standards and processes, underwriting and servicing of all applications, identifying market and leverage opportunities, finalizing and drafting all closing documents, working with the Office of Tax and Revenue to establish and collect the PACE assessments, evaluating and retaining firms to perform energy audits, implementing a quality assurance program, certifying and pre-qualifying all contractors authorized to provide PACE improvements, approving forms and quality standards for the installation of PACE improvements, and reporting to DOEE on the progress of the program. Period of performance is one year from October 1, 2017, to September 30, 2018. Urban Energy Advisors, LLC dba Urban Ingenuity Determination & Findings District Department of Energy & Environment marie.niestrath@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
9/5/2017 9/15/2017 Translation and Interpretation Services Dupont Computers, INC. Determination & Findings Office of Human Rights tiffany.starks@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
8/31/2017 9/10/2017 Psychiatric Residential Crisis Stabilization Bed Services The Department of Behavioral Health has a continuing need to provide Psychiatric Residential Crisis Stabilization Bed Services to consumers 18 year of age and over that are in enrolled in the District of Columbia’s Public Mental Health System. The period of performance will be for October 1, 2017 through December 31, 2017 Woodley House, Inc. Determination & Findings Department of Behavioral Health Jeanne.mirabile@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
8/31/2017 9/10/2017 Psychiatric Residential Crisis Stabilization Bed Services The Department of Behavioral Health has a continuing need to provide Psychiatric Residential Crisis Stabilization Bed Services to consumers 18 year of age and over that are in enrolled in the District of Columbia’s Public Mental Health System. The period of performance will be for October 1, 2017 through December 31, 2017 SOME, Inc. Determination & Findings Department of Behavioral Health Jeanne.mirabile@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
8/25/2017 9/4/2017 TeamMate Audit Management Software Wolters Kluwer Financial Services Determination & Findings Office Of Contracting and Procurement Debra.glover-mitchell@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
8/25/2017 9/4/2017 The Metropolitan Police Department has a continuing need for a Contractor to provide occupational healthcare and ancillary healthcare services at the Police and Fire Clinic for all Covered Employees of the Metropolitan Police Department (MPD), the Fire and Emergency Medical Services Department (FEMS), the United States Park Police (USPP), the United States Secret Service Uniformed Division, the D.C. Housing Authority, the DC Department of the Environment (DDOE), and the Protective Services Police Department, Department of General Services (DGS) which are provided currently through a contract between the District of Columbia Government and PFC Associates, LLC (PFC). This service is mandated by District of Columbia Official Code § 5-631 et seq. It is critical that the specified public safety group members continue treatment and program requirements presently mandated by law. An interruption in service would be detrimental to the District's public safety. If the District fails to provide services to its employees and workers’ compensation beneficiaries, as mandated by D.C. Law, then it would be in direct violation of the law (D.C. Code § 44-504). To avoid a disruption of these essential services, the District has determined it is in the best interest to enter into a Sole Source Contract with PFC to continue providing occupational healthcare and ancillary healthcare services. The services provided by PFC are necessary to ensure continuity and avoid any stoppage of services for the District's Public Safety Group Members to attend scheduled medical appointments and minimize any serious disruption in agency operation, whereas, the contractor shall continue to operate with a valid contract. PFC has performed the required occupational and ancillary healthcare services satisfactorily since it was awarded the contract. PFC Associates, LLC Determination & Findings Metropolitan Police Department Emmaniece.Gordon@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
8/23/2017 9/2/2017 Special Education Data System (SEDS) The Office of Contracting and Procurement, on behalf of the Office of the State Superintendent of Education (OSSE) Office of Data, Accountability and Reporting (DAR), seeks to exercise Option Year One of contract CW43268 with Telecommunications Development Corporation (TDC) to continue maintaining and managing the Special Education Data System (SEDS), the District of Columbia’s system of record for special education students, which includes development, business analysis, reporting tools, and technical assistance. TDC is the sole owner of the intellectual property rights to the SEDS. Telecommunications Development Corporation (TDC) Determination & Findings Office of the State Superintendent of Education (OSSE) Tamera.anderson@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
8/11/2017 8/21/2017 Workforce Development Preparation and Case Management Services for Work-eligible TANF Customers. The Department of Human Services (DHS), Economic Security Administration has a need to extend the current Human Care Agreement with DB Grant Associates, Inc. for Work Readiness and Placement Services to maintain services and ensure continuity of services for customers in the TANF Employment Program (TEP). DB Grant Associates, Inc. shall provide employment and training related services to work-eligible individuals in the TANF program. CAREER TEAM, LLC Determination & Findings Department of Human Services (DHS) Regina.johnson2@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
8/11/2017 8/21/2017 Workforce Development Preparation and Case Management Services for Work-eligible TANF Customers. The Department of Human Services (DHS), Economic Security Administration has a need to extend the current Human Care Agreement with DB Grant Associates, Inc. for Work Readiness and Placement Services to maintain services and ensure continuity of services for customers in the TANF Employment Program (TEP). DB Grant Associates, Inc. shall provide employment and training related services to work-eligible individuals in the TANF program. America Works of Washington DC Determination & Findings Department of Human Services (DHS) Willandria.blount@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
8/11/2017 8/21/2017 Workforce Development Preparation and Case Management Services for Work-eligible TANF Customers. The Department of Human Services (DHS), Economic Security Administration has a need to extend the current Human Care Agreement with DB Grant Associates, Inc. for Work Readiness and Placement Services to maintain services and ensure continuity of services for customers in the TANF Employment Program (TEP). DB Grant Associates, Inc. shall provide employment and training related services to work-eligible individuals in the TANF program. America Works of Washington DC Determination & Findings Department of Human Services (DHS) Willandria.blount@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
8/11/2017 8/21/2017 Workforce Development Preparation and Case Management Services for Work-eligible TANF Customers. The Department of Human Services (DHS), Economic Security Administration has a need to extend the current Human Care Agreement with DB Grant Associates, Inc. for Work Readiness and Placement Services to maintain services and ensure continuity of services for customers in the TANF Employment Program (TEP). DB Grant Associates, Inc. shall provide employment and training related services to work-eligible individuals in the TANF program. KRA Corporation Determination & Findings DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN SERVICES Regina.johnson2@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
8/11/2017 8/21/2017 CW15107 Workforce Development Preparation and Case Management Services for Work-eligible TANF Customers. The Department of Human Services (DHS), Economic Security Administration has a need to extend the current Human Care Agreement with Maximus Human Services, Inc. for Work Readiness and Placement Services to maintain services and ensure continuity of services for customers in the TANF Employment Program (TEP). Maximus Human Services, Inc. shall provide employment and training related services to work-eligible individuals in the TANF program. Maximus Human Services, Inc. Determination & Findings Department of Human Services (DHS) Willandria.blount@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
8/11/2017 8/21/2017 CW15095 Workforce Development Preparation and Case Management Services for Work-eligible TANF Customers. The Department of Human Services (DHS), Economic Security Administration has a need to extend the current Human Care Agreement with Maximus Human Services, Inc. for Job Placement Services to maintain services and ensure continuity of services for customers in the TANF Employment Program (TEP). Maximus Human Services, Inc. shall provide employment and training related services to work-eligible individuals in the TANF program. Maximus Human Services, Inc. Determination & Findings Department of Human Services (DHS) Willandria.blount@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
8/11/2017 8/21/2017 CW14326 Workforce Development Preparation and Case Management Services for Work-eligible TANF Customers. The Department of Human Services (DHS), Economic Security Administration has a need to extend the current Human Care Agreement with DB Grant Associates, Inc. for Work Readiness and Placement Services to maintain services and ensure continuity of services for customers in the TANF Employment Program (TEP). DB Grant Associates, Inc. shall provide employment and training related services to work-eligible individuals in the TANF program. DB Grant Associates, Inc. Determination & Findings Department of Human Services (DHS) Willandria.blount@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
8/10/2017 8/20/2017 Workforce Development Preparation and Case Management Services for Work-eligible TANF Customers. The Department of Human Services (DHS), Economic Security Administration has a need to extend the current Human Care Agreement with DB Grant Associates, Inc. for Work Readiness and Placement Services to maintain services and ensure continuity of services for customers in the TANF Employment Program (TEP). DB Grant Associates, Inc. shall provide employment and training related services to work-eligible individuals in the TANF program. KRA Corporation Determination & Findings Department of Human Services (DHS) Regina.johnson2@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
8/10/2017 8/20/2017 Workforce Development Preparation and Case Management Services for Work-eligible TANF Customers. The Department of Human Services (DHS), Economic Security Administration has a need to extend the current Human Care Agreement with DB Grant Associates, Inc. for Work Readiness and Placement Services to maintain services and ensure continuity of services for customers in the TANF Employment Program (TEP). DB Grant Associates, Inc. shall provide employment and training related services to work-eligible individuals in the TANF program. CAREER TEAM, LLC Determination & Findings Department of Human Services (DHS) Regina.johnson2@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
8/4/2017 8/14/2017 The District of Columbia, on behalf og The District of Columbia Office of Planning (OP) is seeking consultant support for the second amendment cycle of the District Elements to the 2006 Comprehensive Plan of the National Capital. Raimi & Associates Inc. Determination & Findings DC Office of Contracting and Procurement al-mustafa.cook2@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
8/4/2017 8/14/2017 Court Monitor: Contractor was appointed by the United States District Court for the District of Columbia and is required to independently assess the District’s performance in meeting the outcomes and Exit Standards set by the LaShawn A.v Bowser Implementation and Exit Plan (IEP). Center for the Study of Social Policy Determination & Findings Children and Family Services Agency Calvinl.mcfadden@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
8/2/2017 8/12/2017 CFSA is seeking a contractor to provide Psychiatric Residential Treatment services twenty-four (24) hours per day, seven (7) days a week to emotionally disturbed wards of Child and Family Services agency (CFSA), hereinafter referred to as clients. The Contractor shall provide intensive residential treatment services to CFSA clients. Residential treatment is part of a continuum of care, which provides services at varying levels of intensity from the most too least restrictive. This continuum of care is dynamic; treatment services provided to the clients under this contract are geared toward improving the level of functioning so those clients progress too less restrictive setting and increased levels of functioning. North Spring Behavioral Healthcare Determination & Findings Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA) Ronaldw.davis@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
8/2/2017 8/12/2017 DOH Mobile Breastfeeding Support Application (App) Pacify Health, Inc. Determination & Findings DC Department of Health (DOH) Stephanie.morgan@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
8/2/2017 8/12/2017 Youth Coding Class Pilot Program Clearly Innovative, Inc. Determination & Findings Office of Chief Technology Officer Leslie.young@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
7/28/2017 8/7/2017 The Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA) needs a contractor from SIRC to provide an Oracle SQL Developer – Level 3 currently being utilized to maintain and develop the FACES.net platform (FACES.NET is a web enabled SACWIS (Statewide Automated Child Welfare Information System) system of District of Columbia) for CFSA employees. Maru Solutions Inc. Determination & Findings Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA) shamika.place@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
7/28/2017 8/7/2017 The Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA) needs a contractor from SIRC to provide a Crystal Reports XI Developer – Level 3 currently being utilized to maintain and develop the FACES.net platform (FACES.NET is a web enabled SACWIS (Statewide Automated Child Welfare Information System) system of District of Columbia) for CFSA employees. Software Information Resource Corporation (SIRC) Determination & Findings Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA) shamika.place@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
7/28/2017 8/7/2017 The Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA) needs a contractor from Avid Systems to provide a Crystal Reports XI Developer – Level 3 currently being utilized to maintain and develop the FACES.net platform (FACES.NET is a web enabled SACWIS (Statewide Automated Child Welfare Information System) system of District of Columbia) for CFSA employees. The Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA) needs a contractor from Avid Systems to provide a Crystal Reports XI Developer – Level 3 currently being utilized to maintain and develop the FACES.net platform (FACES.NET is a web enabled SACWIS (Statewide Automated Child Welfare Information System) system of District of Columbia) for CFSA employees. Determination & Findings Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA) shamika.place@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
7/28/2017 8/7/2017 The Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA) needs a contractor from Artisys to provide a Programmer & Software Tester currently being utilized to maintain and develop child welfare technology platforms to include Java and .NET applications for CFSA employees. Artisys Corporation Determination & Findings Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA) shamika.place@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
7/27/2017 8/6/2017 The Government of the District of Columbia, Office of Contracting and Procurement (OCP) on behalf of the Mayor’s Office on Latino Affairs seeks the services of a contractor to produce a comprehensive, sophisticated evidence based research report that updates the last rendition about the state of immigrants in the District of Columbia. This report shall be delivered in a ready to print format no later than September 29, 2017. The Urban Institute Determination & Findings Mayor’s Office on Latino Affairs, State of Immigrants Repot denise.burton@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
7/27/2017 8/6/2017 Next Generation Assessment Reporting & Forensic Tool/Psychometric Technical Assistance The Government of the District of Columbia, Office of Contracting and Procurement on behalf of the Office of the State Superintendent of Education (OSSE) seeks to engage in services of Tembo, Inc. to maintain and support its Next Generation Assessment and Reporting Forensic Tool. Specifically, Tembo shall provide hosting and maintenance of the Parent portal for web-based reporting suite and provide key growth data, data analysis & assessment support, and psychometric technical assistance to District of Columbia educators and parents related to Next Generation Assessments. Tembo, Inc. Determination & Findings Office of Contracting and Procurement on behalf of Office of the State Superintendent of Education Alvinn.stith@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
7/26/2017 8/5/2017 Translation and Interpretation Services Comprehensive Language Center, Inc. Determination & Findings Office of Human Rights (OHR) Debra.glover-mitchell@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
7/25/2017 8/4/2017 The District of Columbia, Child and Family Services Agency, Office of Planning, Policy, & Program Support has an immediate need for a Contractor to provide information management and research tools to transform CFSA Data into a longitudinal database, that can improve outcomes for the children and families this agency serves. Chapin Hall at the University of Chicago Determination & Findings Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA) shamika.place@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
7/18/2017 7/28/2017 The Office of Contracting and Procurement (The District) needs the current Contractor to continue to provide technical and expert consultant services for service providers seeking to improve adherence to HIV drug therapy and conduct medication reviews of client’s usage of the DC AIDS Drug Assistance Program (ADAP) until a new contract is awarded through competitive solicitation. The current term of the contract expires on August 16, 2017. The period of performance for the contract extension shall be August 17, 2017 through February 16, 2018. Clinical Pharmacy Associates Determination & Findings Office of Contracting and Procurement (OCP) (DOH) michael.etekochay@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
7/13/2017 7/23/2017 The Contractor shall provide emergency residential therapeutic treatment services twenty-¬four (24) hours per day, seven (7) days a week to emotionally disturbed wards of Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA), hereinafter referred to as clients. The Contractor shall provide residential therapeutic treatment services to CFSA clients. Residential therapeutic treatment is part of a continuum of care, which provides services at varying levels of intensity from the most to least restrictive. This continuum of care is dynamic; treatment services provided to the clients under this contract are geared towards the provision of diagnostic and assessment services, which will result in a comprehensive assessment and evaluation. The comprehensive assessment and evaluation shall provide a detailed list of recommendations for placement and so clients under this contract can progress to the most appropriate setting and increase levels of functioning Community Alternative, VA (Kids in Focus) Determination & Findings Child and Family Services Agency Ebony.Terrell@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
7/13/2017 7/23/2017 CFSA has a need for Case Management and Family Based Foster Care Services for children and youth that have been removed from their natural home due to abuse and/or neglect and, for those needing to be removed from their homes, ensuring a foster care placement that can effectively support children and youth in achieving their goals of safety, permanence, and well-being in accordance with the Adoption and Safe Families Act (H.R. 6893), the LaShawn A. v. Bowser Implementation and Exit Plan (Exit Plan), and the Fostering Connections to Success and Increasing Adoptions Act of 2008 (Public Law 110-351). PSI Family Services, Inc. Determination & Findings Child and Family Services Agency lindar.thomas@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
7/13/2017 7/23/2017 CFSA has a need for Case Management and Family Based Foster Care Services for children and youth that have been removed from their natural home due to abuse and/or neglect and, for those needing to be removed from their homes, ensuring a foster care placement that can effectively support children and youth in achieving their goals of safety, permanence, and well-being in accordance with the Adoption and Safe Families Act (H.R. 6893), the LaShawn A. v. Bowser Implementation and Exit Plan (Exit Plan), and the Fostering Connections to Success and Increasing Adoptions Act of 2008 (Public Law 110-351). PSI Family Services, Inc. Determination & Findings Child and Family Services Agency lindar.thomas@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
7/13/2017 7/23/2017 CFSA has a need for Case Management and Family Based Foster Care Services for children and youth that have been removed from their natural home due to abuse and/or neglect and, for those needing to be removed from their homes, ensuring a foster care placement that can effectively support children and youth in achieving their goals of safety, permanence, and well-being in accordance with the Adoption and Safe Families Act (H.R. 6893), the LaShawn A. v. Bowser Implementation and Exit Plan (Exit Plan), and the Fostering Connections to Success and Increasing Adoptions Act of 2008 (Public Law 110-351). Lutheran Social Services of the National Capital Area Determination & Findings Child and Family Services Agency lindar.thomas@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
7/13/2017 7/23/2017 CFSA has a need for Case Management and Family Based Foster Care Services for children and youth that have been removed from their natural home due to abuse and/or neglect and, for those needing to be removed from their homes, ensuring a foster care placement that can effectively support children and youth in achieving their goals of safety, permanence, and well-being in accordance with the Adoption and Safe Families Act (H.R. 6893), the LaShawn A. v. Bowser Implementation and Exit Plan (Exit Plan), and the Fostering Connections to Success and Increasing Adoptions Act of 2008 (Public Law 110-351). Latin American Youth Center Determination & Findings Child and Family Services Agency lindar.thomas@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
7/13/2017 7/23/2017 CFSA has a need for Case Management and Family Based Foster Care Services for children and youth that have been removed from their natural home due to abuse and/or neglect and, for those needing to be removed from their homes, ensuring a foster care placement that can effectively support children and youth in achieving their goals of safety, permanence, and well-being in accordance with the Adoption and Safe Families Act (H.R. 6893), the LaShawn A. v. Bowser Implementation and Exit Plan (Exit Plan), and the Fostering Connections to Success and Increasing Adoptions Act of 2008 (Public Law 110-351). Seraaj Family Homes, Inc. Determination & Findings Child and Family Services Agency lindar.thomas@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
7/13/2017 7/23/2017 CFSA has a need for Case Management and Family Based Foster Care Services for children and youth that have been removed from their natural home due to abuse and/or neglect and, for those needing to be removed from their homes, ensuring a foster care placement that can effectively support children and youth in achieving their goals of safety, permanence, and well-being in accordance with the Adoption and Safe Families Act (H.R. 6893), the LaShawn A. v. Bowser Implementation and Exit Plan (Exit Plan), and the Fostering Connections to Success and Increasing Adoptions Act of 2008 (Public Law 110-351). Boys Town Washington DC, Inc. Determination & Findings Child and Family Services Agency lindar.thomas@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
7/13/2017 7/23/2017 CFSA has a need for Case Management and Family Based Foster Care Services for children and youth that have been removed from their natural home due to abuse and/or neglect and, for those needing to be removed from their homes, ensuring a foster care placement that can effectively support children and youth in achieving their goals of safety, permanence, and well-being in accordance with the Adoption and Safe Families Act (H.R. 6893), the LaShawn A. v. Bowser Implementation and Exit Plan (Exit Plan), and the Fostering Connections to Success and Increasing Adoptions Act of 2008 (Public Law 110-351). Family Matters of Greater Washington Determination & Findings Child and Family Services Agency lindar.thomas@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
7/13/2017 7/23/2017 CFSA has a need for Case Management and Family Based Foster Care Services for children and youth that have been removed from their natural home due to abuse and/or neglect and, for those needing to be removed from their homes, ensuring a foster care placement that can effectively support children and youth in achieving their goals of safety, permanence, and well-being in accordance with the Adoption and Safe Families Act (H.R. 6893), the LaShawn A. v. Bowser Implementation and Exit Plan (Exit Plan), and the Fostering Connections to Success and Increasing Adoptions Act of 2008 (Public Law 110-351). Lutheran Social Services of the National Capital Area Determination & Findings Child and Family Services Agency lindar.thomas@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
7/13/2017 7/23/2017 CFSA has a need for Case Management and Family Based Foster Care Services for children and youth that have been removed from their natural home due to abuse and/or neglect and, for those needing to be removed from their homes, ensuring a foster care placement that can effectively support children and youth in achieving their goals of safety, permanence, and well-being in accordance with the Adoption and Safe Families Act (H.R. 6893), the LaShawn A. v. Bowser Implementation and Exit Plan (Exit Plan), and the Fostering Connections to Success and Increasing Adoptions Act of 2008 (Public Law 110-351). PSI Family Services, Inc. Determination & Findings Child and Family Services Agency lindar.thomas@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
7/13/2017 7/23/2017 CFSA has a need for Case Management and Family Based Foster Care Services for children and youth that have been removed from their natural home due to abuse and/or neglect and, for those needing to be removed from their homes, ensuring a foster care placement that can effectively support children and youth in achieving their goals of safety, permanence, and well-being in accordance with the Adoption and Safe Families Act (H.R. 6893), the LaShawn A. v. Bowser Implementation and Exit Plan (Exit Plan), and the Fostering Connections to Success and Increasing Adoptions Act of 2008 (Public Law 110-351). Boys Town Washington DC, Inc. Determination & Findings Child and Family Services Agency lindar.thomas@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
7/13/2017 7/23/2017 CFSA has a need for Case Management and Family Based Foster Care Services for children and youth that have been removed from their natural home due to abuse and/or neglect and, for those needing to be removed from their homes, ensuring a foster care placement that can effectively support children and youth in achieving their goals of safety, permanence, and well-being in accordance with the Adoption and Safe Families Act (H.R. 6893), the LaShawn A. v. Bowser Implementation and Exit Plan (Exit Plan), and the Fostering Connections to Success and Increasing Adoptions Act of 2008 (Public Law 110-351). The National Center for Children and Families Determination & Findings Child and Family Services Agency lindar.thomas@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
7/11/2017 7/21/2017 Psychiatric Residential Treatment Services for children requiring intensive psychiatric residential services and presenting issues that cannot be served by traditional group home or independent living programs. Harbor Point Behavioral Center, Inc. Determination & Findings Child and Family Services Agency shamika.place@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
7/10/2017 7/20/2017 The Office of Contracting and Procurement on the behalf of the Department of Behavioral Health (DBH) is seeking a qualified Contractor to provide an array of services at a District Hospital who possess the necessary financial capability, beds for services and credentials to provide Substance Abuse Withdrawal Management Services for DBH’s authorized Child/Youth and Adult population who enter the District’s Assessment and Referral Center (ARC) locations which are operated by the DBH. Services must also be completed at the Hospital facility that the District contracts with and not a third party detox service provider. Contractor shall also provide Consumers linkage to DBH directly or to an authorized DBH Provider to ensure the Consumer’s progress and treatment activities can be tracked and monitored to facilitate a continuum of care following the delivery of Medically Monitored Impatient Withdrawal Management Treatment services. Wisconsin Avenue Psychiatric Center operating as Psychiatric Institute of Washington (PIW) Determination & Findings Department of Behavioral Health Niquwana.Bullock2@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
7/10/2017 7/20/2017 The DC Department of Health (DOH) Health Regulations and Licensing Administration (HRLA) Bureau of Food, Drug, Radiation, and Community Hygiene, Animal Disease Control Program, provides Comprehensive Animal Control and Animal Disease Prevention Services to protect the public health and safety of the residents and visitors of the District of Columbia, pursuant to the authority set forth in DC Law Animal Control Act, DC Official Code § 8-1801, et seq. (2001) version December 2008, Dangerous Dog Act DC Official Code § 8-1901 et seq. (2001), version December 2008, Animal Control Act DC Official Code § 8-1802, et seq. (2001), Municipal Regulations Title 19 DCMR, Chapter 15 Fish and Wildlife, Mayor’s Order 2009-38 under DC Law 3-30, the Animal Control Act of 1979, version March 23, 2009 and Mayor’s Order 2009-40, DC law 7-176, the Dangerous Dog Amendment Act of 1988, version March 23, 2009. In order to ensure there are no lapses in Comprehensive Animal Control and Animal Disease Prevention Services, the District hereby request a sole source procurement award to the current provider for a period of 180 days, to resume services under the last option year while the District seeks to competitively solicit the requirement. The Period of Performance is from August 1, 2017 to January 1, 2018 Humane Rescue Alliance Determination & Findings OCP/Department of Health (DOH) Yvonne.Gopaul@gmail.com NIAS.info@dc.gov
6/30/2017 7/10/2017 Training and Technical Assistance/ Contractor to continue implementation, training and technical assistance to the Child and Family Services Agency of Washington, D.C. for the trauma informed and focused care provided within their child welfare system KVC Health Systems, Inc Determination & Findings DC Child and Family Services Agency yorjai.chandy2@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
6/30/2017 7/10/2017 CFSA has a continued need for a contractor to provide a family preservation model for high-risk families involved with the child welfare system that are affected by parental substance abuse. The program shall offers intensive, in-home services, such as counseling, substance abuse monitoring, nursing, as well as referrals for other services. The program shall also offer home-based parent education, parenting groups, and an ongoing support group for mothers in recovery. Project Connect shall be used to maintain children safely in their homes; however, when this is not possible, the program shall work to facilitate reunification. For the purposes of this contract, Project Connect shall only refer to services to facilitate reunification and may refer in-home services for CFSA identified chronic neglect cases. Progressive Life Center, Inc. Determination & Findings Child and Family Services Agency Ronald.davis@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
6/28/2017 7/8/2017 District of Columbia Office of Contracting and Procurement seeks the continuation of services by the contractor in drafting and formatting the standing operating procedures for the agency, that is currently in process. Business Promotion Consultants, Inc. Determination & Findings DC Office of Contracting and Procurement al-mustafa.cook2@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
6/21/2017 7/1/2017 Digital Video Recorder-On Site Installation and Shipping/Hauling Digital Video Recorder-On Site Installation and Shipping/Hauling Determination & Findings District Department of Public Works-(SWMA) Bernetha.armwood2@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
6/19/2017 6/29/2017 Online Certified Mail Processing Services Certified Mail Envelopes Determination & Findings Department of Public Works evelyn.lancion@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
6/16/2017 6/26/2017 The Department of Parks and Recreation (DPR) has a need for a Contractor to provide pool management services and to hire and manage lifeguards at five (5) outdoor pools and one (1) indoor poll for the period of July 1, 2017 through September 4, 2017 as a pilot program. The Contractor shall include but not be limited to recruitment and management of pool staff; maintenance of water chemicals; radio communications; incident reporting, lifeguard training and auditing; and risk management services for pool operations. The period of performance shall be from date of award through September 4, 2017. Jeff Ellis and Associates Determination & Findings Department of Parks and Recreation Clarice.vanbrakle@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
6/14/2017 6/24/2017 Vehicle Leasing – Aggregate Groups I and III Advantage Leasing Associates, LLC Determination & Findings Advantage Leasing Associates, LLC Janet.concepcion2@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
6/13/2017 6/23/2017 Vehicle Leasing – Aggregate Group II Acme Auto Leasing, LLC Determination & Findings Department of Public Works Janet.concepcion2@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
6/13/2017 6/23/2017 NEICE Database User Fees The Government of the District of Columbia, Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA), has an immediate need for access to the national database, which includes an annual user fee, to use the database created by APHSA for Interstate Compact States. American Public Human Services Association (APHSA) Determination & Findings Child and Family Services Agency Pamela.glover@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
6/12/2017 6/22/2017 CFSA has a continued need for a contractor to provide a family preservation model for high-risk families involved with the child welfare system that are affected by parental substance abuse. The program shall offers intensive, in-home services, such as counseling, substance abuse monitoring, nursing, as well as referrals for other services. The program shall also offer home-based parent education, parenting groups, and an ongoing support group for mothers in recovery. Project Connect shall be used to maintain children safely in their homes; however, when this is not possible, the program shall work to facilitate reunification. For the purposes of this contract, Project Connect shall only refer to services to facilitate reunification and may refer in-home services for CFSA identified chronic neglect cases. Catholic Charities of the Archdiocese of Washington Determination & Findings Child and Family Services Agency Calvinl.mcfadden@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
6/12/2017 6/22/2017 CFSA has a continued need for a contractor to provide a family preservation model for high-risk families involved with the child welfare system that are affected by parental substance abuse. The program shall offers intensive, in-home services, such as counseling, substance abuse monitoring, nursing, as well as referrals for other services. The program shall also offer home-based parent education, parenting groups, and an ongoing support group for mothers in recovery. Project Connect shall be used to maintain children safely in their homes; however, when this is not possible, the program shall work to facilitate reunification. For the purposes of this contract, Project Connect shall only refer to services to facilitate reunification and may refer in-home services for CFSA identified chronic neglect cases. Catholic Charities of the Archdiocese of Washington Determination & Findings Child and Family Services Agency robert.stona@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
6/12/2017 6/22/2017 The DC Department of Health (DOH) AIDS Drug Assistance Program (ADAP) provides prescription assistance to eligible district residents pursuant to the authority set forth in the Ryan White Treatment Modernization Act of 2006, Part B Ryan White HIV/AIDS Treatment Extension Act of 2009 (Public Law 111-87), Section 2616 of the Public Health Service Act, HRSA policy notice 13-02, Title II section 202 of the Public Health Service Act, and Public Law 102-585 Veteran’s Health Care Act of 1992 codified as Section 340B of the Public Health Service Act. The District receives grant funds to provide mediations to treat HIV disease. ADAP contracts with a network of community pharmacy providers to dispense HIV-related medication on the District’s ADAP formulary to patients enrolled in the DC ADAP Program. HIV/AIDS is a chronic illness that requires adherence to life sustaining anti-retroviral medications provided by the pharmacy network. In order to ensure there are no lapses in pharmacy services needed for this vulnerable population, the District hereby request a sole source extension contract to Seat Pleasant Pharmacy an existing provider, for a period of 180 days to resume services under the last option year, while the District seeks to competitively solicit the requirement. The Period of Performance shall be from July 1, 2017 to December 31, 2017 Seat Pleasant Pharmacy Determination & Findings Department of Health (DOH) AIDS Drug Assistance Program (ADAP) Yvonne.Gopaul@gmail.com NIAS.info@dc.gov
6/12/2017 6/22/2017 The DC Department of Health (DOH) AIDS Drug Assistance Program (ADAP) provides prescription assistance to eligible district residents pursuant to the authority set forth in the Ryan White Treatment Modernization Act of 2006, Part B Ryan White HIV/AIDS Treatment Extension Act of 2009 (Public Law 111-87), Section 2616 of the Public Health Service Act, HRSA policy notice 13-02, Title II section 202 of the Public Health Service Act, and Public Law 102-585 Veteran’s Health Care Act of 1992 codified as Section 340B of the Public Health Service Act. The District receives grant funds to provide mediations to treat HIV disease. ADAP contracts with a network of community pharmacy providers to dispense HIV-related medication on the District’s ADAP formulary to patients enrolled in the DC ADAP Program. HIV/AIDS is a chronic illness that requires adherence to life sustaining anti-retroviral medications provided by the pharmacy network. In order to ensure there are no lapses in pharmacy services needed for this vulnerable population, the District hereby request a sole source extension contract to Super Pharmacy an existing provider, for a period of 180 days to resume services under the last option year, while the District seeks to competitively solicit the requirement. The Period of Performance shall be from July 1, 2017 to December 31, 2017 Super Pharmacy Determination & Findings Department of Health (DOH) AIDS Drug Assistance Program (ADAP) Yvonne.Gopaul@gmail.com NIAS.info@dc.gov
6/9/2017 6/19/2017 DCEB-2017-C-2004 The Government of the District of Columbia, Office of the Deputy Mayor for Planning and Economic Development (DMPED), has a need to utilize the services of FUSE Corp (a non-profit corporation) to provide “Fellows” or individually a “Fellow” to assist with: (1) “Modernizing Customer Service Systems in our Nation’s Capital” and (2) “Promoting Economic Growth & Inclusiveness by Helping Small Businesses Succeed” Projects. The period of performance shall be for nine (9) months from the date of award. FUSE Corp Determination & Findings Office of the Deputy Mayor for Planning and Economic Development lindel.reid@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
6/9/2017 6/19/2017 The Department on Disability Services (DDS), Developmental Disabilities Administration (DDA) (District), has a need to continue to contract with Georgetown University Center for Child and Human Development (GUCCHD) to work with the District service delivery system, Hospital, Primary Care, Specialty Care, Nursing and Clinical associations and networks, Medical Schools, and the District's Departments of Health and Health Care Finance. The Contractor was awarded a sole source contract with a base year and four (4) one-year option periods. GUCCHD needs to continue to support and coordinate a comprehensive effort of capacity building and innovation to advance a quality assurance and improvement initiative to assist the District in sustaining its regulatory and legal requirements initiated under the now closed Evans v. Bowser et al case and the District's persons with intellectual and developmental disabilities. This initiative focuses on health and related health issues that impact access to quality services and supports ultimately limiting the quality of life for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities. The Contractor has experience working in the context of a class action lawsuit, and was familiar with the issues surrounding the more than 40-year old case of Evans v. Bowser, which has concluded in the current contract year. GUCCHD has credibility with and was acceptable to the plaintiffs, Court Monitor, Independent Compliance Administrator and other Evans stakeholders under the consent decree. Other sources were not sought because GUCCHD is the federally designated University Center for Excellence in Developmental Disabilities for the District. Georgetown University Center for Child and Human Development Determination & Findings Department on Disability Services Cedet.Francois@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
6/8/2017 6/18/2017 The DC Department of Health (DOH) AIDS Drug Assistance Program (ADAP) provides prescription assistance to eligible district residents pursuant to the authority set forth in the Ryan White Treatment Modernization Act of 2006, Part B Ryan White HIV/AIDS Treatment Extension Act of 2009 (Public Law 111-87), Section 2616 of the Public Health Service Act, HRSA policy notice 13-02, Title II section 202 of the Public Health Service Act, and Public Law 102-585 Veteran’s Health Care Act of 1992 codified as Section 340B of the Public Health Service Act. The District receives grant funds to provide mediations to treat HIV disease. ADAP contracts with a network of community pharmacy providers to dispense HIV-related medication on the District’s ADAP formulary to patients enrolled in the DC ADAP Program. HIV/AIDS is a chronic illness that requires adherence to life sustaining anti-retroviral medications provided by the pharmacy network. In order to ensure there are no lapses in pharmacy services needed for this vulnerable population, the District hereby request a sole source extension contract to Walgreen Co. an existing provider, for a period of 180 days to resume services under the last option year, while the District seeks to competitively solicit the requirement. The Period of Performance shall be from July 1, 2017 to December 31, 2017 Walgreen Co. Determination & Findings Department of Health (DOH) AIDS Drug Assistance Program (ADAP) Yvonne.Gopaul@gmail.com NIAS.info@dc.gov
6/8/2017 6/18/2017 The DC Department of Health (DOH) AIDS Drug Assistance Program (ADAP) provides prescription assistance to eligible district residents pursuant to the authority set forth in the Ryan White Treatment Modernization Act of 2006, Part B Ryan White HIV/AIDS Treatment Extension Act of 2009 (Public Law 111-87), Section 2616 of the Public Health Service Act, HRSA policy notice 13-02, Title II section 202 of the Public Health Service Act, and Public Law 102-585 Veteran’s Health Care Act of 1992 codified as Section 340B of the Public Health Service Act. The District receives grant funds to provide mediations to treat HIV disease. ADAP contracts with a network of community pharmacy providers to dispense HIV-related medication on the District’s ADAP formulary to patients enrolled in the DC ADAP Program. HIV/AIDS is a chronic illness that requires adherence to life sustaining anti-retroviral medications provided by the pharmacy network. In order to ensure there are no lapses in pharmacy services needed for this vulnerable population, the District hereby request a sole source extension contract to Aids Healthcare Foundation (AHF) an existing provider, for a period of 180 days to resume services under the last option year, while the District seeks to competitively solicit the requirement. The Period of Performance shall be from July 1, 2017 to December 31, 2017 Aids Healthcare Foundation (AHF) Determination & Findings Department of Health (DOH) AIDS Drug Assistance Program (ADAP) Yvonne.Gopaul@gmail.com NIAS.info@dc.gov
6/8/2017 6/18/2017 The DC Department of Health (DOH) AIDS Drug Assistance Program (ADAP) provides prescription assistance to eligible district residents pursuant to the authority set forth in the Ryan White Treatment Modernization Act of 2006, Part B Ryan White HIV/AIDS Treatment Extension Act of 2009 (Public Law 111-87), Section 2616 of the Public Health Service Act, HRSA policy notice 13-02, Title II section 202 of the Public Health Service Act, and Public Law 102-585 Veteran’s Health Care Act of 1992 codified as Section 340B of the Public Health Service Act. The District receives grant funds to provide mediations to treat HIV disease. ADAP contracts with a network of community pharmacy providers to dispense HIV-related medication on the District’s ADAP formulary to patients enrolled in the DC ADAP Program. HIV/AIDS is a chronic illness that requires adherence to life sustaining anti-retroviral medications provided by the pharmacy network. In order to ensure there are no lapses in pharmacy services needed for this vulnerable population, the District hereby request a sole source extension contract to Pharm-Pro, Inc. T/A Morgan Pharmacy an existing provider, for a period of 180 days to resume services under the last option year, while the District seeks to competitively solicit the requirement. The Period of Performance shall be from July 1, 2017 to December 31, 2017 Pharm-Pro, Inc. T/A Morgan Pharmacy Determination & Findings Department of Health (DOH) AIDS Drug Assistance Program (ADAP) Yvonne.Gopaul@gmail.com NIAS.info@dc.gov
6/8/2017 6/18/2017 The DC Department of Health (DOH) AIDS Drug Assistance Program (ADAP) provides prescription assistance to eligible district residents pursuant to the authority set forth in the Ryan White Treatment Modernization Act of 2006, Part B Ryan White HIV/AIDS Treatment Extension Act of 2009 (Public Law 111-87), Section 2616 of the Public Health Service Act, HRSA policy notice 13-02, Title II section 202 of the Public Health Service Act, and Public Law 102-585 Veteran’s Health Care Act of 1992 codified as Section 340B of the Public Health Service Act. The District receives grant funds to provide mediations to treat HIV disease. ADAP contracts with a network of community pharmacy providers to dispense HIV-related medication on the District’s ADAP formulary to patients enrolled in the DC ADAP Program. HIV/AIDS is a chronic illness that requires adherence to life sustaining anti-retroviral medications provided by the pharmacy network. In order to ensure there are no lapses in pharmacy services needed for this vulnerable population, the District hereby request a sole source extension contract to Nation Care Pharmacy an existing provider, for a period of 180 days to resume services under the last option year, while the District seeks to competitively solicit the requirement. The Period of Performance shall be from July 1, 2017 to December 31, 2017 Nation Care Pharmacy Determination & Findings Department of Health (DOH) AIDS Drug Assistance Program (ADAP) Yvonne.Gopaul@gmail.com NIAS.info@dc.gov
6/8/2017 6/18/2017 The DC Department of Health (DOH) AIDS Drug Assistance Program (ADAP) provides prescription assistance to eligible district residents pursuant to the authority set forth in the Ryan White Treatment Modernization Act of 2006, Part B Ryan White HIV/AIDS Treatment Extension Act of 2009 (Public Law 111-87), Section 2616 of the Public Health Service Act, HRSA policy notice 13-02, Title II section 202 of the Public Health Service Act, and Public Law 102-585 Veteran’s Health Care Act of 1992 codified as Section 340B of the Public Health Service Act. The District receives grant funds to provide mediations to treat HIV disease. ADAP contracts with a network of community pharmacy providers to dispense HIV-related medication on the District’s ADAP formulary to patients enrolled in the DC ADAP Program. HIV/AIDS is a chronic illness that requires adherence to life sustaining anti-retroviral medications provided by the pharmacy network. In order to ensure there are no lapses in pharmacy services needed for this vulnerable population, the District hereby request a sole source extension contract to Sterling Pharmacy an existing provider, for a period of 180 days to resume services under the last option year, while the District seeks to competitively solicit the requirement. The Period of Performance shall be from July 1, 2017 to December 31, 2017 Sterling Pharmacy Determination & Findings Department of Health (DOH) AIDS Drug Assistance Program (ADAP) Yvonne.Gopaul@gmail.com NIAS.info@dc.gov
5/24/2017 6/3/2017 The Government of the District of Columbia, Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA), has an immediate need for the services of Lindamood-Bell. Its research-validated program sets it apart from the myriad of other tutoring and literacy centers you find around the DC Metropolitan area. While other literacy and tutoring programs like Literacy Lab and Sylvan and Huntington Learning Centers focus on content instruction, Lindamood-Bell is the only program of its kind that that focusses on the sensory-cognitive processing necessary for reading and comprehension. Lindamood-Bell Determination & Findings Child and Family Services Agency aaron.holland2@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
5/23/2017 6/2/2017 The Office of Contracting and Procurement on behalf of the Office of the State Superintendent of Education (OSSE) is seeking an enterprise license for Qlik that will allow OSSE to continue using Qlik Sense for visual analytics, expand access to all potential internal and external users, embed Qlik visual analytics in external applications and websites, increase training for the user community, and expand technical support for the OSSE. Software Information Resource Corporation (SIRC) Determination & Findings Office of the State Superintendent of Education Williamp.proctor@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
5/23/2017 6/2/2017 DOH Building Access Control and Monitoring Systems Datawatch Systems Determination & Findings DC Dept of Health Stephanie.morgan@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
5/23/2017 6/2/2017 The District of Columbia, Child and Family Services Agency is in need of a contractor to provide residential, foster and social care services to unaccompanied refugee minors in foster care, and congregate care programs group home or semi-independent living programs throughout the Washington Metropolitan area. The Contractor shall provide these services for up to forty (40) unaccompanied refugee minor youths. Lutheran Social Services of the National Capital Area Determination & Findings Child and Family Services Agency robert.stona@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
5/19/2017 5/29/2017 In-Patient Psychiatric Services Provide an array of in-patient psychiatric services for children and youth under the care of CFSA. Psychiatric Institute of Washington Determination & Findings Child and Family Services Agency calvinl.mcfadden@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
5/12/2017 5/22/2017 The DC Department of Human of Resources, Center for Learning and Development (DCHR/CLD), is requesting information from qualified training vendors to enhance CLD’s Human Resources Management Training Program for the District Government’s human resources professionals. The primary goal of the Human Resources Management Training Program is to provide all participants with a broader and deeper understanding of HR fundamentals, ensuring all of the District’s HR professionals have the requisite knowledge, skills and abilities to perform their jobs effectively. Determination & Findings Department of Human Resources (DCHR) Albert.walker@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
5/11/2017 5/21/2017 The Office of Contracting and Procurement on the behalf of the Department of Behavioral Health (DBH) is seeking a qualified Contractor to provide an array of services at a District Hospital who possess the necessary financial capability, beds for services and credentials to provide Substance Abuse Withdrawal Management Services for DBH’s authorized Child/Youth and Adult population who enter the District’s Assessment and Referral Center (ARC) locations which are operated by the DBH. Services must also be completed at the Hospital facility that the District contracts with and not a third party detox service provider. The Hospital shall provide treatment to authorized Consumers whose intoxication / withdrawal signs and symptoms are severe enough to require access to a 24-hour acute care structure and support system. With an increase in opioid use, illegal substance overdose and alcohol use in the District there are indicators this population is more prone to experience severe withdrawal as well as certain associated trauma, co-occurring, primary care and mental health issues consistent with their long term substance use disorder. Contractor shall also provide Consumers linkage to DBH directly or to an authorized DBH Provider to ensure the Consumer’s progress and treatment activities can be tracked and monitored to facilitate a continuum of care following the delivery of Medically Monitored Impatient Withdrawal Management Treatment services. George Washington University Hospital Determination & Findings Department of Behavioral Health Niquwana.Bullock2@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
5/10/2017 5/20/2017 Indirect Cost Rates and Overhead Rates MHM Financial Services, Inc. Determination & Findings DC Department of Public Works Simone.Richardson@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
5/5/2017 5/15/2017 The Government of the District of Columbia, Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA), has an immediate need for Virginia license and placement services. The contractor shall provide Virginia license and placement services that include a foster home setting for M. Bennett with intensive specialized services. ADORE Determination & Findings Child and Family Services Agency aaron.holland2@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
5/5/2017 5/15/2017 Pearson Test Administration and Services for Spring 2018 PARCC Assessments NCS Pearson, Inc Determination & Findings NCS Pearson, Inc tamera.anderson@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
5/3/2017 5/13/2017 Translation and Interpretation Services Dupont Computers, Inc. Determination & Findings Office of Human Rights (OHR) yvonne.wyatt@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
5/2/2017 5/12/2017 Administrative Services Organization Contract (PCG) • The District of Columbia (District) Department of Health Care Finance (DCHF) has a need for (PCG) to verify Medicaid claims from Partner Agencies before submission to the Fiscal Agent for processing as well as conduct quarterly audits of the paid Medicaid claims and associated documentation. In addition add the operations and the implementation of Administrative Service Organization (ASO) functions for the Office of the State Superintendent for Education (OSSE) to review Medicaid claims submitted by non public schools and early intervention programs administered by OSSE.The current vendor, Public Consulting Group (PCG), verifies these claims via an automated process using software that is proprietary to PCG. • PCG Software must be used for the contract services referenced above because PCG designed and built PCG Software to the District’s specifications for the contract services. As a result, PCG Software is necessary to meet the District’s needs for the contract services. For example, PCG designed PCG Software to ensure that in the course of processing the Medicaid claims disallowances are reduced, and the monies provided to each agency are appropriate. In addition, PCG Software can be augmented to increase or decrease the number of validations of Medicaid claims as needed. • It would be prohibitive in terms of time and cost for the District to use software other than PCG software for the work at issue here. In order to use off the shelf software instead of PCG software, the District would have to pay a vendor to significantly modify the off the shelf software to meet the District’s needs and specifications for the contract services. This would result in significant costs to the District, and delays in providing the contract services. • The District agreed that only PCG will be permitted to perform contract services that require use of PCG Software as it is proprietary to PCG, while a competitively procurement award is sought. Public Consulting Group Determination & Findings Department of Health Care Finance Kalvin.paddyfote@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
5/2/2017 5/12/2017 Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA) have an urgent need for mentoring services. The Contractor shall provide one on one mentoring services for a specific needs client. The contractor shall provide one on one mentoring services that includes, engaging in activities that the youth enjoys, expose youth to various community activities, as well as provide one on one life coaching skills. J.U.M.P Determination & Findings Child and Family Services Agency aaron.holland2@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
5/2/2017 5/12/2017 The Government of the District of Columbia, Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA), has a need for services of a contractor to evaluate a federal demonstration project involving the use of federal funds to enhance the existing Family Treatment Court of children and families that CFSA serves. Under the requirements of the grant-funded enhancement project, CFSA is required to engage in a third party to conduct a project evaluation, which shall include the process evaluation and an outcome evaluation. This service will be entering into option year 1 phase of the system evaluation services. The Government of the District of Columbia, Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA), has a need for services of a contractor to evaluate a federal demonstration project involving the use of federal funds to enhance the existing Family Treatment Court of children and families that CFSA serves. Under the requirements of the grant-funded enhancement project, CFSA is required to engage in a third party to conduct a project evaluation, which shall include the process evaluation and an outcome evaluation. This service will be entering into option year 1 phase of the system evaluation services. Determination & Findings Child and Family Services Agency Lindar.thomas@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
4/21/2017 5/1/2017 The District of Columbia Government, Department of Health (DOH), Community Health Administration (CHA), Bureau of Cancer and Chronic Disease (BCCD), is seeking the services of Mobile Commons to facilitate the delivery of mobile health (mHealth) text messages to individuals participating in various programs across the Bureau. Programs include, but are not limited to, Project WISH (Women Into Staying Healthy), Comprehensive Cancer Control, DC Colorectal Cancer Control Program, Tobacco Control Program, Diabetes and Cardiovascular Disease Program, and the Asthma Control Program. Mobile Commons has a proven track record of working with Departments of Health across the country and federal government agencies to implement some of the most successful public health text messaging programs in the industry. The Period of Performance is from Date of Award to September 30, 2017. Mobile Commons by Upland Software, Inc. Determination & Findings Department of Health (DOH) Grace.alao@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
4/12/2017 4/22/2017 Human Care Agreement CW15111 Workforce Development Preparation and Case Management Services for Work-eligible TANF Customers. The Department of Human Services (DHS), Economic Security Administration has a need to extend the current Human Care Agreement with Career Team, LLC (Career Team) for Job Placement Services to maintain services and ensure continuity of services for customers in the TANF Employment Program (TEP). Career Team shall provide employment and training related services to work-eligible individuals in the TANF program CAREER TEAM, LLC Determination & Findings DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN SERVICES Regina.johnson2@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
4/12/2017 4/22/2017 Human Care Agreement CW15092 Workforce Development Preparation and Case Management Services for Work-eligible TANF Customers. The Department of Human Services (DHS), Economic Security Administration has a need to extend the current Human Care Agreement with Career Team, LLC (Career Team) for Work Readiness and Placement Services to maintain services and ensure continuity of services for customers in the TANF Employment Program (TEP). Career Team shall provide employment and training related services to work-eligible individuals in the TANF program Human Care Agreement CW15092 Workforce Development Preparation and Case Management Services for Work-eligible TANF Customers. The Department of Human Services (DHS), Economic Security Administration has a need to extend the current Human Care Agreement with Career Team, LLC (Career Team) for Work Readiness and Placement Services to maintain services and ensure continuity of services for customers in the TANF Employment Program (TEP). Career Team shall provide employment and training related services to work-eligible individuals in the TANF program Determination & Findings DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN SERVICES Regina.johnson2@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
4/12/2017 4/22/2017 Human Care Agreement CW41689 Workforce Development Preparation and Case Management Services for Work-eligible TANF Customers. The Department of Human Services (DHS), Economic Security Administration has a need to extend the current Human Care Agreement with KRA Corporation (KRA Corporation) for Job Placement Services to maintain services and ensure continuity of services for customers in the TANF Employment Program (TEP). KRA Corporation shall provide employment and training related services to work-eligible individuals in the TANF program KRA Corporation Determination & Findings DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN SERVICES Regina.johnson2@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
4/12/2017 4/22/2017 Human Care Agreement CW15082 Workforce Development Preparation and Case Management Services for Work-eligible TANF Customers. The Department of Human Services (DHS), Economic Security Administration has a need to extend the current Human Care Agreement with KRA Corporation (KRA Corporation) for Work Readiness and Placement Services to maintain services and ensure continuity of services for customers in the TANF Employment Program (TEP). KRA Corporation shall provide employment and training related services to work-eligible individuals in the TANF program. KRA Corporation Determination & Findings DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN SERVICES Regina.johnson2@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
4/12/2017 4/22/2017 CW15107 Workforce Development Preparation and Case Management Services for Work-eligible TANF Customers. The Department of Human Services (DHS), Economic Security Administration has a need to extend the current Human Care Agreement with Maximus Human Services, Inc. for Work Readiness and Placement Services to maintain services and ensure continuity of services for customers in the TANF Employment Program (TEP). Maximus Human Services, Inc. shall provide employment and training related services to work-eligible individuals in the TANF program. Maximus Human Services, Inc. Determination & Findings Maximus Human Services, Inc. Maximus Human Services, Inc. NIAS.info@dc.gov
4/12/2017 4/22/2017 CW15095 Workforce Development Preparation and Case Management Services for Work-eligible TANF Customers. The Department of Human Services (DHS), Economic Security Administration has a need to extend the current Human Care Agreement with Maximus Human Services, Inc. for Job Placement Services to maintain services and ensure continuity of services for customers in the TANF Employment Program (TEP). Maximus Human Services, Inc. shall provide employment and training related services to work-eligible individuals in the TANF program. Maximus Human Services, Inc. Determination & Findings Department of Human Services (DHS) Willandria.blount@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
4/12/2017 4/22/2017 CW14326 Workforce Development Preparation and Case Management Services for Work-eligible TANF Customers. The Department of Human Services (DHS), Economic Security Administration has a need to extend the current Human Care Agreement with DB Grant Associates, Inc. for Work Readiness and Placement Services to maintain services and ensure continuity of services for customers in the TANF Employment Program (TEP). DB Grant Associates, Inc. shall provide employment and training related services to work-eligible individuals in the TANF program. DB Grant Associates, Inc. Determination & Findings Department of Human Services (DHS) Willandria.blount@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
4/12/2017 4/22/2017 CW15116 Workforce Development Preparation and Case Management Services for Work-eligible TANF Customers. The Department of Human Services (DHS), Economic Security Administration has a need to extend the current Human Care Agreement with America Works of Washington, DC for Work Readiness and Placement Services to maintain services and ensure continuity of services for customers in the TANF Employment Program (TEP). America Works of Washington, DC shall provide employment and training related services to work-eligible individuals in the TANF program. America Works of Washington DC Determination & Findings Department of Human Services (DHS) Willandria.blount@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
4/12/2017 4/22/2017 CW15109 Workforce Development Preparation and Case Management Services for Work-eligible TANF Customers. The Department of Human Services (DHS), Economic Security Administration has a need to extend the current Human Care Agreement with America Works of Washington, DC for Job Placement Services to maintain services and ensure continuity of services for customers in the TANF Employment Program (TEP). America Works of Washington, DC shall provide employment and training related services to work-eligible individuals in the TANF program. America Works of Washington DC Determination & Findings Department of Human Services (DHS) Willandria.blount@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
4/12/2017 4/22/2017 The District of Columbia Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA), has a need for a contractor with an established record, located in the District to provide youth support services throughout the academic year, and educational opportunities that are college-focused, residential programs with monthly follow-up programs to youth in foster care. First Star Academies Determination & Findings Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA) shamika.place@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
4/11/2017 4/21/2017 Community Based Child Welfare Services/ Development and implementation of a community-based child welfare service delivery network located in a distinct geographic area in the District and to work in tandem with CFSA by providing community-based, preventative and supportive aftercare and related child welfare services to District of Columbia residents, including wards of the District and their families, and families in crisis who are in danger of entering into the child welfare system. Collaborative Solutions for Communities Determination & Findings DC Child and Family Services Agency lindar.thomas@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
4/11/2017 4/21/2017 Community Based Child Welfare Services/ Development and implementation of a community-based child welfare service delivery network located in a distinct geographic area in the District and to work in tandem with CFSA by providing community-based, preventative and supportive aftercare and related child welfare services to District of Columbia residents, including wards of the District and their families, and families in crisis who are in danger of entering into the child welfare system. East River Family Strengthening Collaborative Inc. Determination & Findings DC Child and Family Services Agency Robert.stona@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
4/11/2017 4/21/2017 Community Based Child Welfare Services Development and implementation of a community-based child welfare service delivery network located in a distinct geographic area in the District and to work in tandem with CFSA by providing community-based, preventative and supportive aftercare and related child welfare services to District of Columbia residents, including wards of the District and their families, and families in crisis who are in danger of entering into the child welfare system. Edgewood/Brookland Family Support Collaborative Determination & Findings DC Child and Family Services Agency Ronaldw.davis@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
4/11/2017 4/21/2017 Community Based Child Welfare Services/ Development and implementation of a community-based child welfare service delivery network located in a distinct geographic area in the District and to work in tandem with CFSA by providing community-based, preventative and supportive aftercare and related child welfare services to District of Columbia residents, including wards of the District and their families, and families in crisis who are in danger of entering into the child welfare system. Far Southeast Family Strengthening Collaborative Determination & Findings DC Child and Family Services Agency Calvin1.mcfadden@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
4/11/2017 4/21/2017 Community Based Child Welfare Services/ Development and implementation of a community-based child welfare service delivery network located in a distinct geographic area in the District and to work in tandem with CFSA by providing community-based, preventative and supportive aftercare and related child welfare services to District of Columbia residents, including wards of the District and their families, and families in crisis who are in danger of entering into the child welfare system. Georgia Avenue Family Support Collaborative Determination & Findings DC Child and Family Services Agency Cheryl.anderson@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
4/11/2017 4/21/2017 The Office of Contracting and Procurement (OCP) Department of Health (DOH) Health Regulations and Licensing Administration (HRLA) has an immediate need for a Contractor to provide maintenance, support and system upgrades to the agency’s Prescription Drug Monitoring Program (PDMP) system, a proprietary system developed and managed by APPRISS. The current PDMP System requires APPRISS updates, upgrades and patches in order to become fully operational for the agency. Market research conducted by OCP, shows that APPRISS is the only vendor that can develop, deliver and maintain an information technology solution, that allows dispensers to report covered substances dispensed to patients. APPRISS also allows credentialed prescribers and dispensers to query, covered substance dispensation history for treatment of patients. The period of performance shall be one year from the date of award. APPRISS Determination & Findings DOH Office of Contracting and Procurement (OCP) Michael.etekochay@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
4/3/2017 4/13/2017 Management and Leadership Training Consultant Georgetown University Determination & Findings Child and Family Services Agency aaron.holland2@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
3/23/2017 4/2/2017 The Department of Youth Rehabilitation Services (DYRS) has a need for a Contractor with experience with the Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition (SCADA) system to provide and install hardware and software for the SCADA system at its New Beginning Youth Development Center located at 8400 River Road, Laurel, Maryland. The system shall be able to track guard tour operations, effective control access, and provide the control center with a continuous 24 hour operating system that shall effectively communicate with the existing programmable logic controller (PLC), and possess an integrated structure that operates in compliance with each other. M.C. Dean Inc. Determination & Findings Department of Youth Rehabilitation Services (DYRS) Adele.smith@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
3/21/2017 3/31/2017 DCRL-2017-H-0045 Therapeutic Group Home Youth for Tomorrow Determination & Findings Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA) patricia.lewis-miller@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
3/21/2017 3/31/2017 Consultation and Information Sharing Framework Implementation and Coaching CFSA requires the continual services of a third party familiar with the District’s Consultation and Information Sharing Framework© (CISF). The third party is required to ensure full implementation of the process to bridge the gap between the technical assistance and classroom training provided through CFSA’s Child Welfare Training Academy (CWTA). Sue Lohrbach Determination & Findings Children and Family Services Agency Calvinl.mcfadden@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
3/20/2017 3/30/2017 Individual Therapy The Government of the District of Columbia, Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA) (the District) is seeking the services of a contractor with unique and extensive experience in providing Dyadic Developmental Psychotherapy as a treatment modality for a CFSA client to aid the healing of past trauma and to achieve safety within current relationships for the child; the caregiver develops healthy patterns of relating and communicating with the child. Peer Bridges, LLC Determination & Findings Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA) Pamela.glover@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
3/16/2017 3/26/2017 Professional Services for Records Office The Office of Contracting and Procurement, on behalf of the Department of Corrections is awarding a sole source contract extension to the incumbent, until a new contract can be competitively awarded , the incumbent contractor will continue to conduct business audits and assessments to identify risk areas, prioritize required improvements in such areas as records management, system support, business process/procedures, and workload management to assure accurate and timely processing of mission critical inmate transactions for the Department of Corrections, beyond the expiration date of March 18 2017, from March 27, 2017 through September 30, 2017 Paige Ireland Determination & Findings Department of Corrections Ericl.gordon@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
3/15/2017 3/25/2017 The Department of Energy and Environment (DOEE) has a minimum need for monitoring at two research sites located at District Fire Engine Houses. Two advanced rainwater harvesting systems, using a proprietary water-level control system developed by Geosyntec, were installed at District Fire Engine Houses 3 and 25 under Contract No. DCKG-2009-C-0029. This first phase of the project was limited in scope to only the installation of cisterns, monitoring and control systems, and permeable friction course paving, again using Geosyntec proprietary technology. The second phase of the project is to conduct water quality monitoring to assess the performance of the harvest/reuse systems and paving installed at each fire station. These systems reduce the volume of stormwater and associated pollutants discharged to District waterways, and are therefore critical to DOEE’s mission “to improve the quality of life for the residents and natural inhabitants of the nation’s capital by protecting and restoring the environment, conserving our natural resources, mitigating pollution, increasing access to clean and renewable energy, and educating the public on ways to secure a sustainable future.” In addition, these systems can be installed at fire stations throughout the District, greatly reducing the need for the potable water currently used to fill the fire engines and wash vehicles, preventing polluted stormwater from entering waterways, and educating the public about the importance stormwater runoff. Period of performance is one year from March 30, 2017 to March 29, 2018. Geosyntec Consultants, Inc. Determination & Findings Department of Energy and Environment Eleuterio.Mangilit@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
3/9/2017 3/19/2017 District of Columbia Office of Planning seeks additional services by a contractor in the areas of cultural planning, land use, community and economic development, public engagement, and policy analysis and formulation as it relates to the statutorily mandated DC Cultural Plan, that is currently in process. HR&A Advsiors Determination & Findings DC Office of Planning todd.allen@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
3/9/2017 3/19/2017 DCEB-2017-C-2003 The Government of the District of Columbia, Office of the Deputy Mayor for Planning and Economic Development (DMPED), has a need for an experienced contractor to provide business development support for under-represented entrepreneurs and businesses through the operation of an incubator. The District seeks contractor assistance in expanding the access to social, human, and financial capital to under-represented and under-resourced entrepreneurs through supporting the operations of an inclusive innovative incubator to offer the following services: • Inclusion-focused soft skill training • Office space • Public meeting rooms • Business development support Clearly Innovative (Luma Lab) Determination & Findings Office of the Deputy Mayor for Planning and Economic Development lindel.reid@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
3/9/2017 3/19/2017 The District of Columbia’s Office of the Attorney General (DCOAG) has a need for a contractor to automate the collection and enforcement responsibilities. The current automated system, the DC Child Support Enforcement System (DCCSES) needs programming updates and enhancements as well as day-to-day operational maintenance. Auctor Corporation Determination & Findings DC Office of the Attorney General todd.allen@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
3/2/2017 3/12/2017 Paul Kihn worked as a consultant for over a year for Raise DC on the Graduation Pathways project, a citywide effort at developing strategies for raising graduation rates and reconnecting disconnected youth with education and employment. DC PCSB is now engaging in its own effort to put into place the recommendations of the Graduation Pathways project. Because Mr. Kihn is intimately familiar with these recommendations as well as the data, landscape, individuals, and programs associated with them, he is uniquely qualified do engage in this work. Paul Kihn Determination & Findings DC Public Charter School Board rtyler@dcpcsb.org NIAS.info@dc.gov
3/2/2017 3/12/2017 The Office of Contracting and Procurement (OCP) on behalf of the Metropolitan Police Department (MPD) is seeking a contractor to provide 275 TASER 60x2 Unlimited with a Signal Performance Power Magazine that wirelessly reports to the Body Worn Camera when the TASER X2 is armed. The supplier shall include hardware and training. The TASER 60 X2 systems shall include but is not limited to: (a) TASER 60 X2 hardware (b) TASER 60 X2 Unlimited supply of cartridges (c) Cartridge, Performance Smart training (d) Holsters and handles The Contractor shall provide an unlimited supply of cartridges on an as need basis. The Contractor shall conduct Conducted Electrical Weapon (“CEW”) training with TASER instructor. The Contractor shall provide full maintenance plan on all hardware. TASER, International Determination & Findings Office of Contracting and Procurement on behalf of the Metropolitan Police Department gloriad.cephas@dc.gov joseph.stewart@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
2/24/2017 3/6/2017 Post-design services for construction of the freeway management system HNTB Determination & Findings District Department of Transportation jeralyn.johnson@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
2/21/2017 3/3/2017 Since 2016, QuickBase has provided DC PCSB with the on-line, low-code application development tool, Quickbase. The tool allows DC PCSB to build applications to collect data, including its primary application "the Hub". The Hub servers as DC PCSB'S collection and storage platform student enrollment, demographic,attendance,discipline, financialm and non-academic performance data for the public charter schools under its purview. To fulfill its oversight responsibilities, DC PCSB must continue to collect these data. QuickBase, Inc. Determination & Findings DC Public Charter School Board abethke@dcpcsb.org NIAS.info@dc.gov
2/21/2017 3/3/2017 The Government of the District of Columbia, Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA), has a continuous need to obtain web services and license agreements for the use of Child and Adolescent Functional Assessment Scale (CAFAS) and the Pre-school and Early Childhood Functional Assessment Scale (PECFAS) from Multi-Health Systems, Inc. (MHS). CFSA integrated these tools into everyday case practice for all children in the Agency’s care and custody, ages 0-21 years. For the orderly, effective, and reliable implementation of the CAFAS and PECFAS tools, CFSA needs to maintain the license. Multi-Health Systems, Inc. Determination & Findings Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA) Shamika.Place@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
2/17/2017 2/27/2017 DCEB-2017-C-2002 The Government of the District of Columbia, Office of the Deputy Mayor for Planning and Economic Development (DMPED), has a minimum need for an experienced contractor to provide business development, marketing and promotional support services in support of the District’s new Air India route. The Washington DC Convention and Tourism Corporation (hereinafter referred to as “Destination DC”) Destination DC Determination & Findings Office of the Deputy Mayor for Planning and Economic Development lindel.reid@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
2/9/2017 2/19/2017 The District of Columbia, Child and Family Services Agency is in need of a contractor to provide residential, foster and social care services to unaccompanied refugee minors in foster care, and congregate care programs group home or semi-independent living programs throughout the Washington Metropolitan area. The Contractor shall provide these services for up to forty (40) unaccompanied refugee minor youths Lutheran Social Services of the National Capital Area Determination & Findings Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA) robert.stona@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
2/7/2017 2/17/2017 Enterprise Grants Management System (EGMS) – Hosting, Maintenance, Technical Support and Enhancements MTW Solutions, LLC Determination & Findings Office of the State Superintendent of Education (OSSE) Alvinn.Stith@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
2/7/2017 2/17/2017 The Metropolitan Police Department has a continuing need for a Contractor to provide occupational healthcare and ancillary healthcare services at the Police and Fire Clinic for all Covered Employees of the Metropolitan Police Department (MPD), the Fire and Emergency Medical Services Department (FEMS), the United States Park Police (USPP), the United States Secret Service Uniformed Division, the D.C. Housing Authority, the DC Department of the Environment (DDOE), and the Protective Services Police Department, Department of General Services (DGS) which are provided currently through a contract between the District of Columbia Government and PFC Associates, LLC (PFC). This service is mandated by District of Columbia Official Code § 5-631 et seq. It is critical thatthe specified public safety group members continue treatment and program requirements presently mandated by law. An interruption in service would be detrimental to the District's public safety. If the District fails to provide services to its employees and workers’ compensation beneficiaries, as mandated by D.C. Law, then it would be in direct violation of the law (D.C. Code §44-504). To avoid a disruption of these essential services, the District has determined it is inthe best interest to enter into a Sole Source Contract with PFC to continue providing occupational healthcare and ancillary healthcare services. The services provided by PFC are necessary to ensure continuity and avoid any stoppage of services for the District's Public Safety Group Members to attend scheduled medical appointments and minimize any serious disruption in agency operation, whereas, the contractor shall continue to operate with a valid contract. PFC has performed the required occupational and ancillary healthcare services satisfactorily since it was awarded the contract. PFC Associates, LLC Determination & Findings Metropolitan Police Department Emmaniece.Gordon@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
2/7/2017 2/17/2017 The D.C. Fire and Emergency Medical Services Department (FEMS) has an immediate need for a contractor to provide repair services and parts for Smeal Fire Apparatus (medium and heavy duty trucks) from a certified Smeal repair and parts dealer. Fire apparatus are unique, custom built equipment that are highly specialized and complex. With the reliability demands of firefighting and emergency medical operations, ensuring that parts and services provided to these vehicles is a critical element in ensuring that the apparatus works as intended when called upon to perform. FEMS has medium and heavy duty fire vehicles that, to avoid voiding the vehicle warranties requires repair services and parts from a Smeal-certified dealer. As the only authorized service provider and parts dealer for Smeal apparatus in the District of Columbia, RedStorm Fire and Rescue Apparatus is in a unique position to provide Horton-related parts and services. In a letter dated December 9, 2016, Smeal Fire Apparatus attests that RedStorm Fire ” is the exclusive authorized dealer for Smeal Fire Apparatus … for an assigned territory that includes the District of Columbia. As such, RedStorm is the sole source for factory parts and service for products produced by Smeal”. If awarded, FEMS shall enter into a contract with RedStorm Fire with an initial Not-To Exceed limit of fifty thousand dollars ($50,000.00). RedStorm Fire and Rescue Apparatus Determination & Findings D.C. Fire and Emergency Medical Services Department Peter.jones3@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
2/3/2017 2/13/2017 Therapeutic Group Home/ Providing Therapeutic Group Home placement and services Grafton School Inc. Determination & Findings D.C. Child and Family Services Agency patricia.lewis@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
2/3/2017 2/13/2017 The District of Columbia Office of Contracting and Procurement, on behalf of Department of Behavioral Health (District) has a requirement for a DBH certified Mental Health Rehabilitation Service (MHRS) Provider to provide Mobile Response Crisis Services for Children and Youth requiring immediate mental health services with the District or at a District supported location. Services shall support DBH Programs in assessment, stabilization and monitoring for District Children and Youth requiring Mental Health services. Anchor Mental Health Association Determination & Findings Department of Behavioral Health Denisej.wells@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
2/1/2017 2/11/2017 The Government of the District of Columbia, Office of the Deputy Mayor for Planning and Economic Development (DMPED), has a minimum need for a Contractor to continue maintaining the transparent online government service rating, analysis and evaluation interface, known as GRADE.DC.GOV. Sprinklr, Inc. Determination & Findings Office of the Deputy Mayor for Planning and Economic Development Jacque.mcdonald@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
1/31/2017 2/10/2017 CFSA has the need for a provider, licensed in the State of Florida, to provide Psychiatric Residential Treatment to District residents and eligible persons under the care of CFSA. This Residential Treatment Center provides to clients that have a DSM-IV diagnosis as specified through psychiatric evaluations. Requirements provided under the current contract are reasonable firm and continuing and are needed beyond the existing contract period. Renewal of this contract will allow continuous contractual coverage for additional periods which will satisfy the District’s existing need. University Behavioral Center Determination & Findings Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA) cheryl.anderson@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
1/30/2017 2/9/2017 CFSA has the need for a provider, licensed in the State of Florida, to provide Psychiatric Residential Treatment to District residents and eligible persons under the care of CFSA. This Residential Treatment Center provides to clients that have a DSM-IV diagnosis as specified through psychiatric evaluations. Requirements provided under the current contract are reasonable firm and continuing and are needed beyond the existing contract period. Renewal of this contract will allow continuous contractual coverage for additional periods which will satisfy the District’s existing need. University Behavioral Center Determination & Findings Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA) cheryl.anderson@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
1/30/2017 2/9/2017 CFSA has the need for a provider, licensed in the State of Florida, to provide Psychiatric Residential Treatment to District residents and eligible persons under the care of CFSA. This Residential Treatment Center provides to clients that have a DSM-IV diagnosis as specified through psychiatric evaluations. Requirements provided under the current contract are reasonable firm and continuing and are needed beyond the existing contract period. Renewal of this contract will allow continuous contractual coverage for additional periods which will satisfy the District’s existing need. University Behavioral Center Determination & Findings Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA) cheryl.anderson@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
1/30/2017 2/9/2017 CFSA has the need for a provider, licensed in the State of Maryland, to provide Psychiatric Residential Treatment to District residents and eligible persons under the care of CFSA. This Residential Treatment Center provides to clients that have a DSM-IV diagnosis as specified through psychiatric evaluations. Requirements provided under the current contract are reasonable firm and continuing and are needed beyond the existing contract period. Renewal of this contract will allow continuous contractual coverage for additional periods which will satisfy the District’s existing need. Adventist HealthCare (DCRL-2015-D-0065) Determination & Findings Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA) cheryl.anderson@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
1/25/2017 2/4/2017 MorphoTrak LiveScan / CFSA will procure two (2) MorphoTrak Automated Fingerprint Identification System (AFIS) which will replace the two (2) outdated MorphoTrak systems in current operation. Safran-MorphoTrak Determination & Findings DC Child and Family Services Agency aaron.holland2@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
1/19/2017 1/29/2017 The D.C. Fire and Emergency Medical Services Department (FEMS) has an immediate need for a contractor to provide repair services and parts for Horton Emergency Vehicles (fire trucks and ambulances) from a certified Horton repair and parts dealer. Fire apparatus are unique, custom built equipment that are highly specialized and complex. With the reliability demands of firefighting and emergency medical operations, ensuring that parts and services provided to these vehicles is a critical element in ensuring that the apparatus works as intended when called upon to perform. FEMS has fire and ambulance apparatus that, to avoid voiding the vehicle warranties, requires repair services and parts from a Horton-certified dealer. As the only authorized service provider and parts dealer for Horton apparatus in the District of Columbia, Maryland, Virginia, Delaware, North and South Carolina and parts of West Virginia, FESCO Emergency Sales is in a unique position to provide Horton-related parts and services. In a letter dated January 11, 2017, Horton Emergency Vehicles, Inc. attests that FESCO Emergency Sales “ is the only authorized Horton service provider for [warranty and] non-warranty work on Horton apparatus and proprietary Horton electrical, body mount, HOPS, and hydraulic systems.” If awarded, FEMS shall enter into a contract with FESCO Emergency Sales with an initial Not-To Exceed limit of fifty thousand dollars ($50,000.00). FESCO Emergency Sales, Inc. Determination & Findings D.C. Fire and Emergency Medical Services Department Peter.jones3@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
1/19/2017 1/29/2017 The Government of the District of Columbia, Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA), has an immediate need for the services of National Associates, Inc. to provide the contractors needed to support the development and implementation of a revised comprehensive agency strategy to improve the placement continuum of foster children through foster parent recruitment, foster parent licensing, support and training for children in DC’s child welfare system who require foster parents. Foster & Adoptive Parent Advocacy Center Determination & Findings Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA) shamika.place@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
1/11/2017 1/21/2017 Seagrave Fire Pumper Refurbishment FWD Seagrave Fire Apparatus, LLC Determination & Findings DC Fire and Emergency Medical Services (DC FEMS) Sherman.squire2@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
1/10/2017 1/20/2017 The Government of the District of Columbia, Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA), has an immediate need to integrate the Child and Adolescent Functional Assessment Scale (CAFAS) and the Pre-school and Early Childhood Functional Assessment Scale (PECFAS), into everyday case practice for all children in District care and custody, ages 0-21 years. For the orderly, effective, and reliable implementation of the CAFAS and PECFAS tools, the social workers who will be using it require Master Training from a trainer, who has been approved/ certified by the owner of the CAFAS and PECFAS tools, Multi-Health Services, Inc (MHS). Dr. Susan Sabin Determination & Findings Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA) aaron.holland2@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
1/5/2017 1/15/2017 The District of Columbia, Child and Family Services Agency is in need of a contractor to provide residential, foster and social care services to unaccompanied refugee minors in foster care, and congregate care programs group home or semi-independent living programs throughout the Washington Metropolitan area. The Contractor shall provide these services for up to forty (40) unaccompanied refugee minor youths. Lutheran Social Services of the National Capital Area Determination & Findings Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA) robert.stona@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
1/5/2017 1/15/2017 Star Annual Maintenance Support The Department of Behavioral Health (DBH), Information Technology Department is seeking a Contractor to provide maintenance and support for the STAR Legacy Information Technology System which holds historical Consumer data from the early 2000’s. The STAR System is based on a Data General Aviion platform that has not been manufactured since the early 2000's. Consequentially, Saint Elizabeth Hospital retired its STAR System in July 2008 and it is now used by various departments as a Patient Historical Repository. The STAR application is the permanent and legal clinical documentation of services rendered at SEH (pre-Avatar). STAR is recognized by the Courts as part of the legal medical record. (374a Civil Practice Act). The Medical Records Department and Clinicians such as Nurses, Medical Students and Psychiatrists use STAR to verify historical hospitalization information as part of their routine administrative and Consumer care activities. Since the STAR System is still being used as a Patient Historical Repository, annual maintenance and support is required. There is also a legal requirement that goes along with the "routine administrative and consumer care activities. The Period of Performance shall be for One (1) Year Computer Engineering Associates, Inc. Determination & Findings Department of Behavioral Health Meredith.Alexander@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
1/4/2017 1/14/2017 The Government of the District of Columbia (District), Office of Contracting and Procurement (OCP) on behalf of Department of Health, Center for Policy, Planning and Evaluation seeks a contractor to understand the current antimicrobial stewardship activities occurring in the District’s healthcare facilities. Assessing these antimicrobial stewardship programs will consist of building out a pre-existing domain from a larger and more general infection control assessment and then implementing the newly expanded domain as part of the larger infection control assessment. Assessing the antimicrobial stewardship programs at various DC healthcare facilities will identify facility and district level gaps with regards to the proper use of antibiotics and controlling the spread of antibiotic resistant infections and enable DC DOH to determine the most efficient and effective mitigation steps. Georgetown University, Region Organized Against Resistance (ROAR) Coalition Determination & Findings Department of Health, Center for Policy, Planning and Evaluation (CPPE) jake.roane2@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
12/28/2016 1/7/2017 The District of Columbia Office of Contracting and Procurement, on behalf of The Criminal Justice Coordinating Council (CJCC) is in need of continued information technology services related to the Justice Information System (JUSTIS). The goal of CJCC is to continue to be able to utilize the JUSTIS components without interruption while a new contract is being awarded. Enlightened, Inc. Determination & Findings Criminal Justice Coordinating Council (CJCC) sasha.bradford@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
12/22/2016 1/1/2017 Refurbishment of Seagrave Ladder Trucks Seagrave Fire Determination & Findings FEMS Gena.johnson@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
12/16/2016 12/26/2016 DCAS Knowledge Transfer and Transition IPS Determination & Findings DHS derrick.white@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
12/15/2016 12/25/2016 The Department of Human Services (the District) has a need to modify the existing contract (CW34004) with The Community Partnership for the Prevention of Homelessness which provides management oversight for specific services and programs under the Homeless Services Continuum of Care The Community Partnership for the Prevention of Homelessness Determination & Findings Department of Human Services Emily.Busch@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
12/15/2016 12/25/2016 The Department of Human Services (the District) has a need to modify the existing contract (CW34006) with The Community Partnership for the Prevention of Homelessness which provides management oversight for specific services and programs under the Homeless Services Continuum of Care. The Community Partnership for the Prevention of Homelessness Determination & Findings Department of Human Services Emily.Busch@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
12/14/2016 12/24/2016 The Government of the District of Columbia, Metropolitan Police Department (MPD) intends to award a sole source contract to Automated Traffic Solutions, Inc. to avoid disruption of essential services and to continue to provide automated traffic enforcement safety system services for the MPD. The period of performance is expected to be from January 9, 2017 through March 19, 2017. A Sole Source Contract with Automated Traffic Solutions, Inc. is needed to avoid disruption of essential services for automated traffic enforcement safety system enforcement for MPD and to finalize the competitive procurement process for a new multi-year contract. Automated Traffic Solutions, Inc. Determination & Findings Metropolitan Police Department emmaniece.gordon@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
12/6/2016 12/16/2016 Court-ordered placement for youth and the Parent Teen Program Youth for Tomorrow Determination & Findings Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA) patricia.lewis-miller@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
12/5/2016 12/15/2016 The Department of Human Services (the District) has a need to contract with The Community Partnership for the Prevention of Homelessness which provides management oversight for specific services and programs under the Homeless Services Continuum of Care. The Community Partnership for the Prevention of Homelessness Determination & Findings Department of Human Services Emily.Busch@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
11/30/2016 12/10/2016 Psychiatric Residential Treatment Services for children requiring intensive psychiatric residential services and presenting issues that cannot be served by traditional group home or independent living programs. KidsTLC Determination & Findings Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA) shamika.place@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
11/30/2016 12/10/2016 The District of Columbia Department of Fire and Emergency Medical Services (FEMS) has an immediate and on-going need for a contractor to repair FEMS’ E-One fire apparatus and supply genuine Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM) parts. In order to ensure that FEMS’ apparatus meets federal motor vehicle safety and National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) standards; complies with OEM requirements; and that repair services and replacement parts do not void any vehicle warranties, FEMS requires a vendor that is authorized by the manufacturer to meet the aforementioned needs. Patriot Fire LLC is the only distributor and service provider for E-One fire apparatus in the District of Columbia and the States of Maryland and Delaware. If awarded, FEMS shall enter into a Blanket Purchase Agreement (BPA) with Patriot Fire LLC with a Not-To Exceed limit of seventy-five thousand dollars ($75,000.00) for FY 2017. Patriot Fire LLC Determination & Findings D.C. Fire and Emergency Medical Services Department Peter.jones3@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
11/30/2016 12/10/2016 Online Access to Full-Text Journals and Bibliographic Databases, Health and Psychosocial Instruments, and Mental Health Measurements in the area of health sciences for Saint Elizabeths Hospital “Francis Waldrop Health Sciences” Library. The IT product is utilized by the District’s In-Patient Adult Psychiatric Hospital with an infrastructure that can support additional Patient centered activities. Ovid, Inc. Determination & Findings Department of Behavioral Health/Saint Elizabeths Hospital Denisej.wells@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
11/30/2016 12/10/2016 Office of the State Superintendent of Education - BUILD The Office of the State Superintendent of Education (OSSE), Division of Early Learning (DEL) has an immediate requirement to become part of a nationally recognized consortium of member states that focus on the implementation of high quality early childhood education to provide capacity building, technical assistance and professional development for agency staff, District of Columbia early childhood educators, and District of Columbia community based organizations offering subsidized early childhood education services. In order to further advance the establishment of high quality publically funded early childhood education D.C. Official Code §271.01 et seq (2008; Amended 2010) and licensing (29 D.C. Mun. Regs. § 300 et seq) in the District of Columbia. The period of performance will be from the date of award through September 30, 2017. Third Sector New England Determination & Findings Office of the State Superintendent of Education Alvinn.stith@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
11/29/2016 12/9/2016 The Government of the District of Columbia, Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA), has an immediate individual mental health therapy services for a CFSA involved parent. The therapy shall be conducted in Spanish and the therapist shall be a licensed trauma informed mental health clinician (LICSW, LPC, etc.). The vendor will be required to submit a monthly summary of the client’s progress in therapy to include, but not limited to, measurable treatment goals, progress towards treatment goals, barriers to treatment and any additional clinical recommendations if applicable. The assigned therapist will be required to participate (by phone or in person) in treatment or permanency team meetings at the request of the CFSA social work team when appropriate Creative Ways Therapy Determination & Findings Child and Family Services Lisa.minor-smith@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
11/23/2016 12/3/2016 The District of Columbia, Office of Contracting and Procurement on behalf of the Department of Behavioral Health (DBH) has a continuing need for the Contractor to provide Annual Maintenance on the existing Website for Network of Care Web-Based Resource Directory of Mental Health and other associated Services developed by Trilogy Integrated Services. Trilogy Integrated Resources Determination & Findings Department of Behavioral Health Meredith.Alexander@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
11/22/2016 12/2/2016 The Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA) has an immediate need for Maxim Healthcare to provide in home nursing services to families active with the Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA). The Contractor shall be available to provide in-home nursing care services twenty-four (24) hours a day, seven days per week. Maxim Healthcare Services Determination & Findings Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA) robert.stona@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
11/21/2016 12/1/2016 Supervisory Training / Mastering the Art of Supervision in Child Welfare which is mandatory for all new supervisors. Marsha Salus Determination & Findings Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA) yorjai.chandy2@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
11/18/2016 11/28/2016 Household Hazardous Waste (HHW) Collection and Disposal Services Care Environmental Corporation Determination & Findings Department of Public Works Janet.concepcion2@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
11/17/2016 11/27/2016 Human Care Agreement CW15092 Workforce Development Preparation and Case Management Services for Work-eligible TANF Customers. The Department of Human Services (DHS), Economic Security Administration has a need to extend the current Human Care Agreement with Career Team, LLC (Career Team) for Work Readiness Services to maintain services and ensure continuity of services for customers in the TANF Employment Program (TEP). Career Team shall provide employment and training related services to work-eligible individuals in the TANF program CAREER TEAM, LLC Determination & Findings DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN SERVICES Regina.johnson2@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
11/17/2016 11/27/2016 Human Care Agreement CW15084 CAREER TEAM, LLC Determination & Findings Department of Human Services (DHS) Regina.johnson2@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
11/17/2016 11/27/2016 Human Care Agreement CW15084 Workforce Development Preparation and Case Management Services for Work-eligible TANF Customers. The Department of Human Services (DHS), Economic Security Administration has a need to extend the current Human Care Agreement with KRA Corporation (KRA Corporation) for Job Placement Services to maintain services and ensure continuity of services for customers in the TANF Employment Program (TEP). KRA Corporation shall provide employment and training related services to work-eligible individuals in the TANF program KRA Corporation Determination & Findings Department of Human Services (DHS) Regina.johnson2@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
11/17/2016 11/27/2016 Human Care Agreement CW15082 Workforce Development Preparation and Case Management Services for Work-eligible TANF Customers. The Department of Human Services (DHS), Economic Security Administration has a need to extend the current Human Care Agreement with KRA Corporation (KRA Corporation) for Work Readiness Services to maintain services and ensure continuity of services for customers in the TANF Employment Program (TEP). KRA Corporation shall provide employment and training related services to work-eligible individuals in the TANF program KRA Corporation Determination & Findings Department of Human Services (DHS) Regina.johnson2@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
11/17/2016 11/27/2016 Human Care Agreement CW15095 Workforce Development Preparation and Case Management Services for Work-eligible TANF Customers. The Department of Human Services (DHS), Economic Security Administration has a need to extend the current Human Care Agreement with Maximus Human Services, Inc. (Maximus) for Job Placement Services to maintain services and ensure continuity of services for customers in the TANF Employment Program (TEP). Maximus shall provide employment and training related services to work-eligible individuals in the TANF program Maximus Human Services, Inc. Determination & Findings Department of Human Services (DHS) Willandria.blount@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
11/17/2016 11/27/2016 Human Care Agreement CW15105 Workforce Development Preparation and Case Management Services for Work-eligible TANF Customers. The Department of Human Services (DHS), Economic Security Administration has a need to extend the current Human Care Agreement with Opportunities Industrialization Center of DC (OIC/DC) for Work Readiness and Placement Services to maintain services and ensure continuity of services for customers in the TANF Employment Program (TEP). OIC/DC shall provide employment and training related services to work-eligible individuals in the TANF program Opportunities Industrialization Center of DC Determination & Findings Department of Human Services (DHS) Willandria.blount@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
11/17/2016 11/27/2016 Human Care Agreement No. CW15116 Workforce Development Preparation and Case Management Services for Work-eligible TANF Customers. The Department of Human Services (DHS), Economic Security Administration has a need to extend the current Human Care Agreement with America Works of Washington, Inc. (America Works) for Work Readiness and Placement Services to maintain services and ensure continuity of services for customers in the TANF Employment Program (TEP). America Works shall provide employment and training related services to work-eligible individuals in the TANF program America Works of Washington DC Determination & Findings Department of Human Services (DHS) Willandria.blount@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
11/17/2016 11/27/2016 Human Care Agreement CW15109 Workforce Development Preparation and Case Management Services for Work-eligible TANF Customers. The Department of Human Services (DHS), Economic Security Administration has a need to extend the current Human Care Agreement continue services with America Works of Washington, Inc. (America Works) for Job Placement Services to maintain services and ensure continuity of services for customers in the TANF Employment Program (TEP). America Works shall provide employment and training related services to work-eligible individuals in the TANF program . America Works of Washington DC Determination & Findings Department of Human Services (DHS) Willandria.blount@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
11/17/2016 11/27/2016 Human Care Agreement CW15107 Workforce Development Preparation and Case Management Services for Work-eligible TANF Customers. The Department of Human Services (DHS), Economic Security Administration has a need to extend the current Human Care Agreement with Maximus Human Services, Inc. (Maximus) for Work Readiness and Placement Services to maintain services and ensure continuity of services for customers in the TANF Employment Program (TEP). Maximus shall provide employment and training related services to work-eligible individuals in the TANF program Maximus Human Services, Inc. Determination & Findings Department of Human Services (DHS) Willandria.blount@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
11/16/2016 11/26/2016 Human Care Agreement no. CW14326 Workforce Development Preparation and Case Management Services for Work-eligible TANF Customers. The Department of Human Services (DHS), Economic Security Administration has a need to extend the current Human Care Agreement with DB Grant Associates, Inc. (Grant) for Work Readiness and Placement Services to maintain services and ensure continuity of services for customers in the TANF Employment Program (TEP). DB Grant Associates, Inc. shall provide employment and training related services to work-eligible individuals in the TANF program DB Grant Associates, Inc. Determination & Findings Department of Human Services (DHS) Willandria.blount@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
11/15/2016 11/25/2016 The Metropolitan Police Department (MPD) is seeking to enhance and develop its Aware Threat and Investigation Console solutions. Microsoft shall assist MPD with enhancing its Microsoft AWARE solution to include additional functionality, architectural guidance and development. Microsoft AWARE enhancements include: 1. Officer Tracking 2. Log Backup Management Scripts 3. Documentation for Log Backup Management Scripts 4. Proactive Monitoring Tool 5. Documentation for how to resolve data source issues Microsoft Corporation Determination & Findings Metropolitan Police Department alisha.wright@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
11/15/2016 11/25/2016 The Office of the Chief Technology Officer is seeking a vendor to provide the following: 1. Space for two enclosed cabinets: one equipped with protected 208VAC 30A protected power and one equipped with 120VAC 20A protected power; 2. Caged floor space to support three (3) two-post equipment racks; 3. Power in the cage space: two (2) 60-amp A & B -48V DC power feeds, one A & B feed to each of two Telect circuit breaker distributions panels; one protected 120VAC 15A equipped with NEMA 5-15 receptacles; 4. Ability to route DC-Net outside plant fiber cables directly into the cage space; 5. Cross connections, both optical and copper, to other carriers within the facility. Coresite 1275 K Street, LLC Determination & Findings Office of the Chief Technology Officer alisha.wright@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
11/9/2016 11/19/2016 The Government of the District of Columbia Department of Behavioral Health (DBH), Saint Elizabeth’s Hospital (SEH) 1100 Alabama Avenue, SE Washington, DC 20032 is seeking a Contractor to provide Behavioral Safety Training for staff working with adults who may exhibit challenging or dangerous behavior. QBS, Inc. Determination & Findings Saint Elizabeths Hospital Denisej.wells@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
11/9/2016 11/19/2016 The Department on Disability Services (DDS), Developmental Disabilities Administration (DDA), requires the immediate services of a Board Certified Psychiatrist with a minimum of five years of experience providing community-based services to individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities. The Contractor shall have experience working in the context of a class action lawsuit, be familiar with the issues surrounding more than 35-year old case of Evans v. Gray, and shall have credibility with and be acceptable to the plaintiffs, Court Monitor, Independent Compliance Administrator and other Evans stakeholders. Ronald J. Koshes, M.D. Determination & Findings Department on Disability Services Nicole.Starwood@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
11/9/2016 11/19/2016 CFSA has the need for a provider, licensed in the State of Virginia, to provide Psychiatric Residential Treatment to District residents and eligible persons under the care of CFSA. This Residential Treatment Center provides to clients that have a DSM-IV diagnosis as specified through psychiatric evaluations. Requirements provided under the current contract are reasonable firm and continuing and are needed beyond the existing contract period. Renewal of this contract period will allow continuous contractual coverage for an additional period, which will satisfy the District’s existing need. Iliff Nursing and Rehabilitation Determination & Findings Child and Family Services Agency cheryl.anderson@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
11/9/2016 11/19/2016 The Department of Behavioral Health has a requirement for a District of Columbia based academic institution with a successful history of conducting research focused on early childhood behavioral health and the development of a system of care for early childhood to provide data collection, performance measurement and overall evaluation services for SAMHSA Grant 1H79SM063426- the District of Columbia Social, Emotional and Early Development (DC SEED) project. Georgetown University Center for SAMHSA System of Care Determination & Findings Department of Behavioral Health Denisej.wells@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
11/9/2016 11/19/2016 The District of Columbia’s Office of Contracting and Procurement (OCP), on behalf of the Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) has a need to continue services awarded under the Ticket Processing contract for the period of January 3, 2017 through January 2, 2018. These services are currently provided under contract number POKV-2006-C-0064. Xerox State and Local Solutions, Inc. Determination & Findings DMV Nicole.smith-mcdermott@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
11/7/2016 11/17/2016 CFSA has the need for a provider, licensed in the State of Florida, to provide Psychiatric Residential Treatment to District residents and eligible persons under the care of CFSA. This Residential Treatment Center provides to clients that have a DSM-IV diagnosis as specified through psychiatric evaluations. Requirements provided under the current contract are reasonable firm and continuing and are needed beyond the existing contract period. Renewal of this contract period will allow continuous contractual coverage for an additional period, which will satisfy the District’s existing need. Devereux Florida Determination & Findings Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA) cheryl.anderson@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
11/3/2016 11/13/2016 The District of Columbia Office of Contracting and Procurement, on behalf of The Office of the Chief Technology Officer (OCTO) is in need of renewing hardware maintenance for the 2098-E10 IBM Z10 BC Server. Mainline Information Systems, Inc. has been providing the District with the service for almost five years. Mainline has the familiarity with the database structures and the integrity of the District’s systems. The goal is to maintain the BC Server without interruption while a new solicitation for a Z13 server is being formulated. Mainline Information Systems, Inc. Determination & Findings Office of the Chief Technology Officer (OCTO) Sasha.ballard@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
11/3/2016 11/13/2016 System Evaluation Services CFSA requires the continual services of a third party familiar with the District’s Trauma System and System of Care Grant. The third party is required to evaluate a federal “demonstration project” involving the use of federal title IV-E funds to implement and expand community-and –home based services for children and families that CFSA serves. Coordinated Care Services , Inc. Determination & Findings Children and Family Services Agency Calvinl.mcfadden@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
10/27/2016 11/6/2016 CFSA seeks a vendor to provide Psychiatric Residential treatment services twenty-four (24) hours per day, seven (7) days a week to emotionally disturbed wards of Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA), hereinafter referred to as clients. The Contractor shall provide intensive residential treatment services to CFSA clients. Residential treatment is part of a continuum of care, which provides services at varying levels of intensity from the most too least restrictive. This continuum of care is dynamic; treatment services provided to the clients under this contract are geared toward improving the level of functioning so those clients progress too less restrictive setting and increased levels of functioning KVC Hospital, Inc Determination & Findings Child and Family Services Agency robert.stona@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
10/21/2016 10/31/2016 Contractor to provide Mental Health Focused Care Coordination Wraparound services for Children/Youth Consumers. DC Choices Determination & Findings Office of Contracting and Procurement Robert.Snowden@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
10/21/2016 10/31/2016 The Department of Human Services (DHS) Economic Security Administration is seeking a vendor to provide transportation services to single and indigent singles and families. Traveler's Aid Washington, DC Determination & Findings Department of Human Services leslie.young@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
10/20/2016 10/30/2016 The Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA) has an immediate need for the services of Children National Medical Center to provide medical records review and analysis specific to ongoing investigations involving Medical Abuse allegations. Children National Medical Center Determination & Findings Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA) robert.stona@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
10/20/2016 10/30/2016 The District of Columbia Department of Health (DOH), HIV/AIDS, Hepatitis, STD and TB Administration (HAHSTA) is seeking a contractor to administer a youth focused Short Message Service ( SMS) that can provide anonymous sexual health information on demand. The overall impact of the program will be to provide medically accurate information and resources to assist in reducing the incidence of sexually transmitted diseases and unwanted pregnancies. The period of performance shall be 12 months from date of award. Planned Parenthood of the Rocky Mountains, Inc. Determination & Findings Department of Health gomeje.legesse3@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
10/18/2016 10/28/2016 Trauma Systems Therapy (TST) Coaching and Mentoring I Trauma informed practice is a highly specialized area of practice. Coaching and mentoring requires a person with extensive knowledge and experience of trauma practice with children and families involved in the child welfare system. A. Washington Clinical Consulting, LLC Determination & Findings Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA) patricia.lewis-miller@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
10/18/2016 10/28/2016 The Government of the District of Columbia, Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA), has an immediate need for the services of a Contractor to provide a Parent Education Support program for clients of CFSA. East River Family Support Collaborative Determination & Findings Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA) shamika.place@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
10/18/2016 10/28/2016 The Government of the District of Columbia, Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA), has an immediate need for the services of a Contractor to provide a Parent Education Support program for clients of CFSA. Collaborative Solutions for Communities Determination & Findings Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA) shamika.place@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
10/13/2016 10/23/2016 Office of Contracting and Procurement (OCP) on behalf of Office of the State Superintendent of Education (OSSE), Division of Data, Accountability and Research (DAR) is seeking a contractor with extensive experience using TestNav 8 test delivery system for educational assessments based on requirements under the Title I, Part A of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act of 1965, as Amended (ESEA) to administer the DC Science assessment. The assessment will be a stand-alone operational test and will include up to three (3) forms per grade for grades 5, 8 and High School Biology with up to 40 items per form to be administered at all District of Columbia’s Local Educational Agencies (LEA). The assessment will be administered online only. One accommodated form of the assessment per grade, will be translated into paper, large print, and braille versions for students with disabilities. NCS Pearson, Inc. Determination & Findings Office of the State Superintendent of Education williamp.proctor@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
10/6/2016 10/16/2016 CFSA is seeking a contractor to work in tandem with CFSA to promote permanency and provide specialized care for developmentally disabled youth presenting issues that cannot be served by traditional foster homes, group home or independent living programs. CFSA is highly structured, age appropriate; gender specific and therapeutic environments in the District of Columbia that ensures that the daily needs of developmentally disabled youth are met. Also, services for developmentally disabled parenting teens must ensure the well-being of the children in their care. Some youth may have multiple disabilities and will require the coordination of services with multiple service organization in addition to CFSA. MBI Health Services Determination & Findings Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA) Ronaldw.davis@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
10/6/2016 10/16/2016 Engineering Design Services for East Capitol Street Bridge over Anacostia River Bridge No. 233-Phase II Rehabilitation HNTB Determination & Findings District Department of Transportation jeralyn.johnson@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
10/6/2016 10/16/2016 The Government of the District of Columbia, Office of Contracting and Procurement (OCP) on behalf of DOH CPPE seeks to improve the quality of the cause-of-death information on mortality records submitted to the National Vital Statistics System (NVSS). Improving quality can entail a number of different measurements including but not limited to indicators on completeness, accuracy and/or usability. Accomplishing these improvements will strengthen the NVSS as a whole and enhance the Vital Statistics Cooperative Program (VSCP) at all levels. Moreover, improving quality enables the NCHS Vital Statistics Rapid Release Program to publish more timely indicators of selected death events using provisional records. QuantumMark, LLC Determination & Findings Department of Health, Center for Policy, Planning and Evaluation (CPPE) jake.roane2@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
10/4/2016 10/14/2016 The District of Columbia, Office of Contracting and Procurement, on behalf of Department of Behavioral Health (DBH) (District) is seeking a contractor to provide Software Maintenance and Hosting for Saint Elizabeths Hospital’s Avatar System. The system was a legal requirement as a result of the Dixon Settlement which focused on various changes in mental health services and supports for District residents. The Contractor services shall support the Avatar system base components which consist of Practice Management, Clinical Work Station and other licensed Avatar modules. The Avatar System maintenance is critical as additional modules and databases from various manufacturers are connected. The total Avatar system infrastructure including updates and system improvements are targeted for all areas of the inpatient Consumer’s care to be documented from in house medical treatment, outside treatment, medication dispensing/management, illness diagnoses, vital signs, emergency treatment, third party insurance and the Consumers’ civil/forensic status, etc. Netsmart Technologies, Inc. Determination & Findings Department of Behavioral Health Meredith.Alexander@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
10/4/2016 10/14/2016 The Government of the District of Columbia, Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA), has an immediate need for Anu Family Services to develop a model of organizational wellbeing that can be applied specifically to child welfare agencies (CFSA) to develop and support organizational wellbeing strategies and implementation. Anu Family Services Determination & Findings Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA) aaron.holland2@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
10/4/2016 10/14/2016 The Department of Behavioral Health (DBH) is seeking within its Behavioral Health Network a certified Mental Health Rehabilitative Service (MHRS) Provider for Family Coaching Competency and the capacity to provide Family Coaching and Support Services with an evidence-based program. The requirement is critically important to the DBH to it meets mission and obligation as a recipient of funding from the District’s Child and Family Service Agency (CFSA). The agency transferred Title IV-E Waiver funds to support the development and implementation of a Family Coaching Project. The period of performance shall be from Date of Award through September 30, 2017. Community Connections, Inc. Determination & Findings Department of Behavioral Health Jeanne.mirabile@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
10/4/2016 10/14/2016 Patient Laboratory Results Data The Department of Behavioral Health (DBH) has a continuing need to provide laboratory data results services by capturing data from an external laboratory service provider for use in a database system that manages confidential Patient information, laboratory results and other clinical data. The management of an inpatient Consumer medical and psychiatric treatment relies on data accuracy and timeliness of data transmission. Technidata’s data management software interfaces seamlessly with the main Electronic Medical Record (EMR) and other interconnecting databases. The laboratory result transmission and data management activities are completed without compromising existing data. This service is directly related to Patient care as it supports the clinician in being able to make routine and non-routine medical decisions. In conclusion, a seamless transmission of laboratory data results from an external source is necessary for day to day patient care activities. The service will have a direct effect on Patient management and treatment options through reducing delays in treatment. The period of performance will be for Date of Award through September 30, 2017. Technidata Medical Software Determination & Findings Department of Behavioral Health Meredith.Alexander@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
10/3/2016 10/13/2016 DBH Certified Contractor to provide Certified Mental Health Rehabilitation Service (MHRS) Inner City Determination & Findings Office of Contracting and Procurement Robert.Snowden@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
9/28/2016 10/8/2016 Trinity Integrated Solutions, Inc. has provided DC PCSB with QuickBase application development services since March 2016. Their application development services allow DC PCSB to collect and report student enrollment, demographic, and achievement data from the public charter schools under its purview. To fulfill its oversight responsibilities, DC PCSB must continue to develop applications to collect and report data using the same business rules, methodology, technology initiated by Trinity Integrated Solutions, Inc. Trinity Integrated Solutions, Inc. Determination & Findings DC Public Charter School Board mlytton@dcpcsb.org NIAS.info@dc.gov
9/28/2016 10/8/2016 Specialty Contractor to provide Saint Elizabeths Hospital with a Physical Security System Critical Systems by Schneider Electric Determination & Findings Department of Behavioral Health Denisej.wells@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
9/23/2016 10/3/2016 Data Warehouse Systems Integration & ETL Services The Government of the District of Columbia, Department of Health Care Finance (DHCF) has an immediate need for a contractor to provide the implementation and the integration services in support of the deployment and operationalization of a parallel data warehouse (PDW) appliance as part of an ongoing project to establish a DHCF data warehouse (DW). • Given the larger capacity of data files the new data warehouse is required to process and also the need to significantly improve on the current data query performance associated with the current Xerox/ACS data mart, DHCF has decided to acquire and deploy a parallel data warehouse (PDW) appliance as the central back-end system architecture. PDW appliances are designed to distribute large workloads among multiple semi-independent computing nodes in order to significantly speedup processing and query performance times. The application of this "massively parallel processing" technology all but guarantees better data query and report generation performance metrics in comparison to symmetric multiprocessing (SMP) systems which use single server systems or clusters. • However, even though PDW appliances are not unique, it requires specific service integrators to correctly install, configure and tune the devises for optimal performance. This particular appliance is manufactured by Dell and the system software is provided by Microsoft. Scalability Expert’s’ knowledge and understanding of these unique connections and processing methods coupled with their healthcare experience qualifies them as the only vendor that can provide the systems integrations services required for DHCF Analytics Platform System (APS) project. • The purpose of this Sole Source award is to ensure that DHCF has a parallel data warehouse as the central back-end system architecture to meet the current and future requirements of data query performance . Scalability Experts Determination & Findings Department of Health Care Finance Kalvin.paddyfote2@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
9/21/2016 10/1/2016 Psychiatric Residential Treatment Facility New Hope Treatment Center Determination & Findings Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA) calvinl.mcfadden@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
9/21/2016 10/1/2016 The District of Columbia Government (District), Office of Contracting and Procurement (OCP), on behalf of the Department of Human Resources (DCHR), Center for Learning and Development (CLD) seeks to exercise option period 2 with George Washington University (GWU), Center for Excellence in Public Leadership (CEPL) to continue providing leadership and management training for mid-level and senior level District managers through the Certified Public Manager (CPM) Program. The Contractor must have experience in delivering Certified Public Manager curricula and programs which meet the accreditation criteria established by the National Certified Public Manager® Consortium. The Contractor must also have knowledge of the District’s structure to shape curriculum to it as well as include general and universal leadership skills. The period of performance shall be from October 1, 2016 through September 30, 2017. George Washington University, Center for Excellence Determination & Findings Department of Human Resources (DCHR) Kenneth.wallington@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
9/21/2016 10/1/2016 Drug and Alcohol Testing Services / Testing Services for CFSA employees EmployeeScreenIQ Determination & Findings Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA) yorjai.chandy2@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
9/20/2016 9/30/2016 Web-Based Learning Management Systems The Department of Behavioral Health (DBH) has a continuing need to provide Web-Based Learning Management System (LMS) for the training of DBH employees and various stakeholders through DBH’s Training Institute. The period of performance will be for October 1, 2016 through December 31, 2016 for the Transition to the New Contractor Trilogy Integrated Resources, LLC Determination & Findings Department of Behavioral Health Jeanne.mirabile@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
9/20/2016 9/30/2016 The Government of the District of Columbia, Office of Contracting and Procurement on behalf of the Department of Parks and Recreation has a continuing need to provide Comprehensive Athletic Field Maintenance services at 68 sites operated by the Department of Parks and Recreation in Wards 1 through 8. The current sole source contract expires on October 1, 2016 and the agency has a continuing need for services. Fort Myer Construction Corporation Determination & Findings Office of Contracting and Procurement Janet Concepcion@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
9/20/2016 9/30/2016 Construction Management Services Dedicated Bus Lanes Georgia Avenue NW HNTB Determination & Findings District Department of Transportation jeralyn.johnson@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
9/17/2016 9/27/2016 The Office of the Chief Technology Officer (the District) has a need to modify the existing contract (DCTO-2008-C-0135) with OST providing the District’s IT Staff Augmentation services. OST, Inc. Determination & Findings Office of the Chief Technology Officer Sasha.Ballard@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
9/17/2016 9/27/2016 Recovery Housing N Street Village, Inc. Determination & Findings Department of Behavioral Health Tonya.Mills@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
9/17/2016 9/27/2016 Jail Liaison Services Green Door Determination & Findings Department of Behavioral Health Tonya.Mills@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
9/17/2016 9/27/2016 Purchase of Patio Furniture Country Casual Teak Determination & Findings District Department of Transportation Josephine.barrett-white@dc.gov
9/17/2016 9/27/2016 Maintenance, Repairs and Technical Services for Proprietary Fire Alarm and Life Safety System at Saint Elizabeths Hospital Siemens, Inc. Determination & Findings Department of Behavioral Health Tonya.Mills@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
9/16/2016 9/26/2016 DCEB-2016-C-2017 The Government of the District of Columbia, Office of the Deputy Mayor for Planning and Economic Development (DMPED), has a minimum need for a contractor to provide professional services for DMPED in order to develop the Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) and Small Area Plan (SAP), in conjunction with the Office of Planning and the National Park Service, to further the redevelopment of Poplar Point. AECOM C&E has been performing professional services for DMPED for this activity since 2014 and possesses detailed historical knowledge of the project. The proposed term for the contract is date of award through one year thereafter, with four (4) one-year options. AECOM C&E, Inc. Determination & Findings Office of the Deputy Mayor for Planning and Economic Development (DMPED) lindel.reid@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
9/14/2016 9/24/2016 Domestic Violence Training. The Government of the District of Columbia, Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA) is seeking the services of a contractor with unique and extensive experience to provide domestic violence training and consultation services to CFSA staff. The Contractor shall provide specific training to CPS staff, training and support to internal training staff (CWTA), training and consultation to Subject Matter Experts (SMEs) and Training of the Trainer Certification Fee. David Mandel & Associates, LLC Determination & Findings Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA) Pamela.glover@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
9/14/2016 9/24/2016 CFSA seeks a vendor to provide Developmentally Disabled residential service (Supported Living) with a 24-hour staffing supports to address adaptive living skills which includes personal living skills, home living skills, community living skills, and employment skills. The selected contractor should also follow the Behavior Support Plan guidelines of the psychologist to manage any target behavior. Nursing monitoring and medication administration supports are needed to be given to the person needing such care. Based on the initial assessment of the CFSA client, the consultants request for Nutrition, Speech, Occupational and Physical Therapy services is also required. Frontline Community Services Determination & Findings Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA) robert.stona@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
9/13/2016 9/23/2016 The Office of Contracting and Procurement on behalf of the State Superintendent of Education, seeks the services of Incapsulate, Inc., for system enhancements, management, and continued maintenance and support of OSSE's HOD Tracker Database formally known as the Blackman Jones Database (BJDB). Incapsulate, Inc. Determination & Findings Office of Contracting and Procurement on behalf of Office of the State Superintendent of Education Alvinn.stith@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
9/6/2016 9/16/2016 Emergency Hot Mix/Asphalt Fort Myer Construction Corporation Determination & Findings DDOT Josephine.barrett-white@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
9/6/2016 9/16/2016 The Office of Contracting and Procurement, on behalf of the Office of the State Superintendent of Education (OSSE), seeks consulting services for process and system enhancements, implementation, and maintenance to support the Statewide Special Education Data System (SEDS) to meet the needs of the District of Columbia and all stakeholder entities responsible for the management and delivery of special education services to eligible students of the District of Columbia. Public Consulting Group Determination & Findings Office of Contracting and Procurement on behalf of Office of the State Superintendent of Education Alvinn.stith@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
9/6/2016 9/16/2016 The Department on Disability Services (DDS), Developmental Disabilities Administration (DDA), requires the continued services of a local and national expert in primary care for persons with intellectual and developmental disabilities (IADD), academic medicine and quality care to continue to address the quality, availability, access to and consistent implementation of health care for persons served by DDS. These services are required to assist the agency in implementing DDA’s Health Care Imitative effective May 12, 2008 and meet requirements of the 2010 Revision of the 2001 Plan for Compliance and Conclusion of Evans v. Bowser in fiscal year 2015 and beyond. See Attachment A to this Notice of Intent to Award Sole Source Contract. Determination & Findings Department on Disability Services Danyel.Riley@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
9/2/2016 9/12/2016 To lease with option to purchase 180 electronic poll pad unit, voting equipment that is compatible with its existing election poll pads unit. The District of Columbia Board of Elections (BOE) is responsible for the administration and enforcement of the election laws of the District, a major element of this mandate being the conduct of elections The BOE has an immediate need to purchase one hundred eighty (180) electronic poll books from Know ink, LLC to add on to its current inventory of six hundred (600) poll pads. Know ink, LLC the is only vendor that is capable of providing the electronic poll pad unit. Know iNK, LLC Determination & Findings D.C. Board of Elections denise.burton@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
8/31/2016 9/10/2016 The Government of the District of Columbia, Office of the Deputy Mayor for Greater Economic Opportunity (DMGEO), has a minimum need for: (1) an online software platform that readily identifies the skills needed for opportunities within specific economic development projects, identifies the skills and credentials that result from various community-based organizations’ training programs, and allows job seekers to identify their skills and see how their skills match to potential opportunities; and (2) for specific expertise in the workforce development and skills identification arena whereby a project can be undertaken to identify the skills outcomes of workforce training programs in the District. SkillSmart Determination & Findings Office of the Deputy Mayor for Greater Economic Opportunity lindel.reid@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
8/31/2016 9/10/2016 The Office of the Attorney General (“OAG”) is seeking to procure parking at the garage owned by U Street Parking, located at 441 4th Street, NW, Washington, DC 20001. U Street Parking Determination & Findings Office of the Attorney General emma.clark@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
8/31/2016 9/10/2016 The Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA) needs a contractor from Artisys to provide a Programmer & Software Tester currently being utilized to maintain and develop child welfare technology platforms to include Java and .NET applications for CFSA employees. Artisys Corporation Determination & Findings Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA) shamika.place@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
8/31/2016 9/10/2016 Records Maintenance and Retention The District has a continuous need for combined services of storage, maintenance, retrieval and destruction of over 14,000 records from DC general hospital and Department of Healthcare Finance. Services will include semi-monthly pick-ups of duplicative medical, administrative shredding, moving and furniture assembling needs. Any disruption in these services or movement to another location would cause great risk to historical and medical files currently under the care and maintenance under North Capitol Partners, LLC. Until DHCF completes this project, it is impractical to move all 14,000 records to another location. Furthermore, any procurement to another vendor at this time in the middle of the current remediation and District-wide archiving process would cause the District an unnecessary and preventable financial burden. The purpose of this Sole Source award is to ensure the records are unmoved and not damaged in their already fragile condition. Additionally, to complete the project by the close of FY 2018, the District requires NCP to continue working non-stop in order for the records to be inserted into the Federal archives on schedule. Finally, moving the records to another location at this time risks lack of oversight, loss of historical and medical records and may cause violation of HIPAA privacy laws. North Capitol Partners, LLC Determination & Findings Department of Health Care Finance janelle.taylor2@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
8/31/2016 9/10/2016 The Government of the District of Columbia, Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA), has the following continuing minimum need: a.) Professional Sanitarian to conduct investigations of official complaints alleging violations of unsanitary conditions at facilities housing CFSA youths. b.) Professional Sanitarian shall provide general safety and environmental health services for a broad spectrum of facilities with potentially unsanitary, hazardous and/or health compromising conditions. Munir Malik Determination & Findings Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA) cheryl.anderson@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
8/31/2016 9/10/2016 The Office of the Chief Technology Officer has a critical need to continue pager services and provide equipment for the District’s emergency responders. The service will allow the District to maintain an emergency response posture to incidents and conditions for the protection of public health and safety. Pager service has proven to be dependable, reliable and will function even when cell phone frequency is jammed or overloaded with calls. SPOK, Inc. Determination & Findings OCTO robert.jones4@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
8/29/2016 9/8/2016 The Office of the Chief Technology Officer (the District) has a need to modify the existing contract (DCTO-2008-C-0135) with OST providing the District’s IT Staff Augmentation services. OST, Inc. Determination & Findings Office of the Chief Technology Officer Sasha.Ballard@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
8/22/2016 9/1/2016 The Office of the State Superintendent of Education (OSSE) is seeking a contractor to administer the online survey called “The New Teacher Project Instructional Culture Insight Survey” (“Insight Survey”)” and collect and analyze staffing data related to the recruitment, distribution, and retention of teachers at high-need schools. The contractor will partner with OSSE and local education agencies (LEAs) to develop a data collection strategy and conduct high quality analysis of staffing data. The period of performance will be one year from the date of award. The New Teacher Project (TNTP) Determination & Findings Office of the State Superintendent of Education Williamp.proctor@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
8/18/2016 8/28/2016 The Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA) needs a contractor from SIRC to provide an Oracle SQL Developer – Level 3 currently being utilized to maintain and develop the FACES.net platform (FACES.NET is a web enabled SACWIS (Statewide Automated Child Welfare Information System) system of District of Columbia) for CFSA employees. Maru Solutions Inc. Determination & Findings Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA) shamika.place@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
8/17/2016 8/27/2016 Document Imaging Management Systems (DIMS) The Office of Contracting and Procurement (OCP) on behalf of the Department of Human Services, Economic Security Administration (ESA) (the “District”) is seeking a Contractor to provide support and application enhancements to the Document Imaging Management System (DIMS) for the District of Columbia Access System (DCAS) Release 2 and 3. HCL America, Inc. Determination & Findings Department of Human Services Tiffany.Champion@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
8/16/2016 8/26/2016 Congregate Care Services/ Providing emergency congregate care services (shelter) for multiple youth in CFSA’s custody. Sasha Bruce Youthworks Determination & Findings DC Child and Family Services Agency aaron.holland2@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
8/15/2016 8/25/2016 Psychiatric Residential Treatment Services for children requiring intensive psychiatric residential services and presenting issues that cannot be served by traditional group home or independent living programs. Harbor Point Behavioral Center, Inc. Determination & Findings Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA) shamika.place@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
8/12/2016 8/22/2016 The Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA) needs a contractor from SIRC to provide a Crystal Reports XI Developer – Level 3 currently being utilized to maintain and develop the FACES.net platform (FACES.NET is a web enabled SACWIS (Statewide Automated Child Welfare Information System) system of District of Columbia) for CFSA employees. Software Information Resource Corporation (SIRC) Determination & Findings Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA) shamika.place@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
8/12/2016 8/22/2016 The Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA) needs a contractor from Avid Systems to provide a Crystal Reports XI Developer – Level 3 currently being utilized to maintain and develop the FACES.net platform (FACES.NET is a web enabled SACWIS (Statewide Automated Child Welfare Information System) system of District of Columbia) for CFSA employees. Avid Systems Determination & Findings Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA) shamika.place@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
8/12/2016 8/22/2016 The Office of Contracting and Procurement, on behalf of the Department of Consumer and Regulatory Affairs (DCRA), Occupational and Professional Licensing Administration (OPLA), is awarding the current contractor Pearson VUE, a business of NCS Pearson, Inc., to provide the managerial, technical and administrative services during the time period required for the replacement contract under review before the Contract Appeals Board and to facilitate the transition of DCRA’s licensing operation function during the transition process to a new contractor. Pearson VUE, a business of NCS Pearson, Inc. Determination & Findings Department of Consumer and Regulatory Affairs peter.kern@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
8/11/2016 8/21/2016 Special Education Data System (SEDS) Telecommunications Development Corporation (TDC) Determination & Findings Office of the State Superintendent of Education (OSSE) Alvinn.stith@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
8/10/2016 8/20/2016 Domestic Violence Training. The Government of the District of Columbia, Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA) is seeking the services of a contractor with unique and extensive experience to provide domestic violence training and consultation services to CFSA staff. The Contractor shall provide introductory training to CFSA supervisors (half day) and to stakeholders/community partners (half day). Each of the training would be followed by a brief web based survey to help assess reactions, needs identified and next steps. David Mandel & Associates, LLC Determination & Findings Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA) Pamela.glover@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
8/9/2016 8/19/2016 AcceliROUTE and AcceliCLAIM software systems. The Office of Contracting and Procurement, on behalf of the Office of the State Superintendent of Education (OSSE) Division of Elementary, Secondary, and Specialized Education (ESSE), is seeking Accelify, LLC to support and maintain AcceliClaim and AcceliRoute, electronic healthcare claim file and tracking systems utilized to create “837” claim files,in accordance with standards established by the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPPA); as well as, the requirements for Medicaid reimbursement. Accelify, LLC must also analyze Remittance Advice (RA) documents received from the Department of Health Care Finance’s (DHCF) fiscal agent subsequent to submission of claim files to DHCF. The contract will cover collecting and translating all data necessary to produce 837 claim files for OSSE Nonpublic, OSSE Early Intervention Program (DCEIP), and for DC Public Schools both traditional and Charter. Accelify, LLC Determination & Findings Office of Contracting and Procurement on behalf of Office of the State Superintendent of Education Alvinn.stith@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
8/9/2016 8/19/2016 Next Generation Assessment Reporting & Forensic Tool/Psychometric Technical Assistance. The Government of the District of Columbia, Office of Contracting and Procurement on behalf of the Office of the State Superintendent of Education (OSSE) seeks to engage in services of Tembo, Inc. to maintain and support its Next Generation Assessment and Reporting Forensic Tool. Specifically, Tembo shall provide hosting and maintenance of the Parent portal for web-based reporting suite and provide key growth data, data analysis & assessment support, and psychometric technical assistance to District of Columbia educators and parents related to Next Generation Assessments Tembo, Inc. Determination & Findings Office of Contracting and Procurement on behalf of Office of the State Superintendent of Education Alvinn.stith@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
8/9/2016 8/19/2016 Mental Health Services/ Providing one to one services to children and youth who are in the care of the District of Columbia, Child and Family Services Agency CFSA. Crawford Consulting and Mental Health Services, Inc Determination & Findings DC Child and Family Services Agency aaron.holland2@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
8/9/2016 8/19/2016 Parts and Repair Services for Fire Apparatus with E-One Parts The District of Columbia, Office of Contracting and Procurement, Transportation and Specialty Equipment Commodity Group on behalf of Fire and Emergency Medical Services-Fleet Maintenance (FEMS), is seeking a Contractor to provide Maintenance and Repair Services on Fire Pumps, Aerial Ladders and Mechanical Repairs on Emergency Fire Apparatus. All services and repairs must meet the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA), Automotive Service Excellence (ASE), Emergency Vehicle Technicians (EVT), and original manufacturer repair requirements. The Department vehicles vary in size, make, and model. Categorically, the vehicles range from ambulances, fire trucks (engines, ladder trucks, heavy rescue and hazmat) medium and heavy duty support vehicles Patriot Fire LLC Determination & Findings FEMS/OCP franklyn.malone@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
8/5/2016 8/15/2016 The Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA) needs a contractor to maintain the AV equipment currently being operated by CFSA employees, and replace and integrate the system so that the equipment can function efficiently. Advanced Network Consulting Determination & Findings Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA) shamika.place@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
8/5/2016 8/15/2016 The District of Columbia, Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA or the Agency) has a minimum need to provide psychiatric residential treatment services in Kennesaw, GA for children under the care of Child and Family Services Agency and their families (DC Medicaid Funded). Devereux Georgia Determination & Findings Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA) cheryl.anderson@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
8/3/2016 8/13/2016 The Department of Health Care Finance (DHCF or the Agency) of the District of Columbia (District) has a minimum need to continue Temporary Staffing Services for personnel in order to avoid disruption of the essential PCA services to the Beneficiaries, and nursing staffing needs, to ensure continuity of care to the Beneficiaries, and to ensure compliance with Federal and District mandates Chapter 50, Medicaid Reimbursement For Personal Care Aide Services, of Title 29, Public Welfare, of the DCMR § 5000, et seq., Provider Qualifications, and to allow Department of Health Care Finance-Home Health Agency (DHCF-HHA) time to transition beneficiaries to a permanent Home Health Agency (HHA). Integrated Community Services, Inc. Determination & Findings Department of Health Care Finance helena.barbour@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
7/29/2016 8/8/2016 Public Health Related Advertising and Social Marketing Services for Expansion of the Synthetic Narcotics Campaign and for “The Blount Truth Campaign” Octane, LLOC Determination & Findings Department of Behavioral Health Denisej.wells@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
7/29/2016 8/8/2016 Therapeutic Congregate Care programs shall be responsive to the individual needs of the child or youth from the point of initial placement through achievement of his/her goals. CFSA expects Provider programs to provide a high quality of services and address the placement and developmental needs of children and youth in a safe and secure community environment with minimal, if any, transfer across Provider Agencies. The Provider shall facilitate preparing the child or youth for successful step-down, or connection with a family member or significant individual, and progression toward successful independence and self-sufficiency in the community. The Children Guild Inc. Determination & Findings DC Child and Family Services Agency Ronaldw.davis@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
7/27/2016 8/6/2016 The Government of the District of Columbia, Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA), has an immediate need for the American Bar Association to help design a cohesive strategy to ensure education stability, achievement, and success for all children within the Child and Family Services Agency. American Bar Association Determination & Findings Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA) aaron.holland2@dc.gov, jamie.morton@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
7/27/2016 8/6/2016 The Government of the District of Columbia, Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA), has an immediate need for the current contractor to continue to provide administrative support services for the Grandparent Caregivers Program. Valorie Gainer Determination & Findings Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA) aaron.holland2@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
7/26/2016 8/5/2016 Court Monitor: Contractor was appointed by the United States District Court for the District of Columbia and is required to independently assess the District’s performance in meeting the outcomes and Exit Standards set by the LaShawn A.v Bowser Implementation and Exit Plan (IEP). Center for the Study of Social Policy Determination & Findings Children and Family Services Agency Calvinl.mcfadden@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
7/22/2016 8/1/2016 The District of Columbia (District), Office of Contracting and Procurement (OCP) on behalf of the Department of Youth Rehabilitation Services (DYRS), requires company to supply and deliver food and food related groceries to its New Beginnings located on River Road, Laurel, Maryland and its Youth Services Center located on Mount Olivet Road, N.E., Washington, D. C. The Contractor shall make deliveries twice a week at each location. Performance Food Services Group company (PFGC) Determination & Findings Department of Youth Rehabilitation Services (DYRS) Yvette.henry@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
7/20/2016 7/30/2016 The Government of the District of Columbia, Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA), has an immediate need for the services of Amelia Missieledies to provide individual and family therapy treatment in the Amharic language. Amelia Missieledies Determination & Findings Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA) aaron.holland2@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
7/20/2016 7/30/2016 Emergency Psychiatric Services for Children and Youth Children’s National Medical Center (CNMC) Determination & Findings Department of Behavioral Health Denisej.wells@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
7/15/2016 7/25/2016 The Office of Contracting and Procurement on behalf of the Department of Parks and Recreation (DPR) seeks an organization, to operate and coordinate programming at the Frank Jelleff Recreation Center. The vendor shall provide a safe, engaging environment and comprehensive academic and non-academic programming for youth ages 6-18 that live in the District of Columbia, during both the summer and the school year. Boys and Girls Clubs of Greater Washington, DC Determination & Findings Department of Parks and Recreation yvette.henry@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
7/14/2016 7/24/2016 The District’s Office of Cable Television, Film, Music, and Entertainment (OCTFME) seeks a vendor to provide an HD-4 channel for broadcasting of programs. Programming shall be facilitated from OCTFME headquarters, located at 1899 9th Street, N.E.; Washington, DC. Programming for the Station's HD-4 Channel (the "Channel"), will enable OCTFME the ability to provide live and recorded radio broadcast coverage of time sensitive announcements, information, and updates delivered by the Executive of the Mayor, City Administrator and other officials to the District residents twenty-four (24) hours per day, seven (7) days per week. Howard University Radio DBA WHUR-FM Determination & Findings Office of Cable Television, Film, Music and Entertainment alisha.wright@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
7/14/2016 7/24/2016 The District of Columbia Office of Contracting and Procurement (OCP), on behalf of the Department of Insurance, Securities and Banking (DISB) is seeking the services of a qualified supplier to provide housing supportive services including: Community Outreach and Housing Related Legal Assistance Services. Housing Counseling Services, Inc. Determination & Findings Department of Insurance, Securitieis and Banking todd.allen@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
7/11/2016 7/21/2016 DCEB-2016-C-2015 The Government of the District of Columbia, Office of the Deputy Mayor for Greater Economic Opportunity (DMGEO), has a minimum need for grant and technical writing support to assist with grant applications and written products. An expert with a diverse range of experience is needed to successfully execute this task, including the need for at least one individual dedicated to the project that has helped a number of state and local jurisdictions successfully apply and gain award of federal and philanthropic grants in the field of sectoral workforce development, and has contributed to published written products on sector strategies. These individual(s) must also have significant relationships with national workforce development organizations that may partner with the WIC on grant applications. Jeffrey C. Marcella Determination & Findings Office of the Deputy Mayor for Planning and Economic Development lindel.reid@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
7/8/2016 7/18/2016 The District of Columbia Office of Contracting and Procurement, on behalf of The District of Columbia Board of Elections (BOEE) is in need of renewing election management software and support maintenance for the Board’s Voter Registration Integrity System. Election Management Consulting Services (EMCS) is the originator of the source code for the current software and have been maintaining and enhancing it for the last eight years. EMCS is the only entity that has access to the source code and familiarity with the database structures of the integrity system. Election Management Consulting Services (EMCS) Determination & Findings The District of Columbia Board of Elections (BOEE) sasha.ballard@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
7/8/2016 7/18/2016 iHaul Enhancements-To provide software, consulting and support services for the installation and configuration of enhancements to the District’s current iHaul system. The scope includes design, development, testing and delivery of requested iHaul enhancements Hexagon Determination & Findings DISTRICT DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION Kirk.benson@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
7/7/2016 7/17/2016 Ambulance Transportation Services LifeStar Response of MD, Inc. Determination & Findings Office of Contracting and Procurement Tonya.Mills@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
7/7/2016 7/17/2016 FC2S ETV Portal: The Contractor shall provide an extension to the ETV database to facilitate day-to day program administration, CFSA will have readily available data to better serve youth and create comprehensive reports that assist in evaluation and the continuous improvement of education and career services provided to DC residents. Foster Care to Success Determination & Findings Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA) Pamela.glover@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
7/5/2016 7/15/2016 The Department of Human Services (the District) has a need to modify the existing contract (CW34004) with The Community Partnership for the Prevention of Homelessness which provides management oversight for specific services and programs under the Homeless Services Continuum of Care. The Community Partnership for the Prevention of Homelessness Determination & Findings Department of Human Services Emily.Busch@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
7/1/2016 7/11/2016 Medically Monitored Inpatient Withdrawal Management Treatment Services The Department of Behavioral Health (DBH) provides and array of services that includes prevention, intervention, treatment and recovery services which serves children, youth and adults with mental and/or substance use disorders. Specifically, the modalities of care encompass emergency psychiatric care and community-based outpatient and residential services. The DBH Substance Use Disorder (SUD) Division has a requirement to incorporate into the array of services, a Provider operating as a specialty behavioral health hospital or psychiatric hospital that can provide inpatient Substance Abuse Withdrawal Management for Adolescent and Adults Wisconsin Avenue Psychiatric Center operating as Psychiatric Institute of Washington (PIW) Determination & Findings Office of Contracting and Procurement Margaret.Desper@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
6/30/2016 7/10/2016 The Office of the Attorney General’s Community Engagement Office needs to procure the NationBuilder Enterprise Edition software to keep track of its constituent communication and outreach efforts. This system will provide the office with the ability to sort and search data, filter results, and to target and tailor communications to specific populations within the District of Columbia. NationBuilder Determination & Findings Office of the Attorney General emma.clark@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
6/27/2016 7/7/2016 In-Patient Psychiatric Services: Provide in-patient psychiatric services for children and youth under the care of CFSA. Psychiatric Institute of Washington Determination & Findings Children and Family Services Agency Calvinl.mcfadden@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
6/23/2016 7/3/2016 The Department of Human Services (the District) has a need to modify the existing contract (CW34006) with The Community Partnership for the Prevention of Homelessness which provides management oversight for specific services and programs under the Homeless Services Continuum of Care. The Community Partnership for the Prevention of Homelessness Determination & Findings Department of Human Services Emily.Busch@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
6/23/2016 7/3/2016 Proprietary Climate Control System Honeywell Utility Solutions Determination & Findings Department of Behavioral Health/Saint Elizabeths Hospital Denisej.wells@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
6/22/2016 7/2/2016 The D.C. Office of the Attorney General, Equity Section needs approximately 78,000 pages of legal records scanned, organized into data dividers and converted into optical character recognition format to preserve the records for use in current litigation. These legal records are in the custody of Wilmer Hale (a private law office), and will not be released to any outside entity due to the sensitive and confidential nature of these records. Document Technologies, Inc. (“DTI”) Determination & Findings Office of the Attorney General emma.clark@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
6/20/2016 6/30/2016 The Office of Contracting and Procurement, on behalf of the District of Columbia Department of Human Resources has a need to modify the existing “Development of Compensation System” contract to enable Deloitte to provide an update to the published and custom survey market analysis and consultation services on an as needed basis beyond June 30, 2016, from July 1, 2016 through December 31, 2016. Deloitte Consulting, LLP Determination & Findings District of Columbia Department of Human Resources peter.kern@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
6/20/2016 6/30/2016 The Office of Contracting and Procurement, on behalf of the District of Columbia Department of Human Resources has a need to modify the existing “Development of Classification System” contract to enable Deloitte to provide an update to the published and custom survey market analysis and consultation services on an as needed basis, beyond June 30, 2016, from July 1, 2016 through December 31, 2016. Deloitte Consulting, LLP Determination & Findings District of Columbia Department of Human Resources peter.kern@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
6/20/2016 6/30/2016 The Government of the District of Columbia, Department of Public Works (DPW)/SWMA is seeking a contractor to custom manufacture the following item: MAGNUM-P4035H13HOT Gas Engine Washer Skid - Quantity (1) HONDA GX390 Engine (Electric Start) 18 amp charging system/battery included 4.0 gal/minute @ 3500 psi water discharge; Belt Driven Triplex ceramic plunger pump 12v Low-amp Beckett Oil Fired Heating System Genysis Oil Primary Control (Beckett); Water Separating Fuel Filter. Stainless Steel Heat Chamber; Schedule 80 steel pipe coil; Pressure actuated shut-off switch; Adjustable Temperature Control; Pressure Safety Relief Valve Removable 7 poly fuel tank (diesel); Heavy-duty STAINLESS STEEL Frame; Low Pressure Detergent Injection (adjustable), 100 feet x 3/8”- 2 wire braided non-marking high pressure hose; Trigger gun controlled with 40” Stainless Steel Tube Variable Pressure Lance. All Quick Connects to be Stainless Steel 3 High Pressure Nozzles (15, 25, 40 degree spray) Stainless Steel High Pressure Hose Reel 225 gallon Poly Water Tank with 1-1/4” quick drain kit + Anti-freeze Kit Anchoring “Bands” for Water Tank 4’ x 6’ Steel (Painted) Platform with forklift pockets Warranty: One Year Parts / 90 days Labor (In Shop Service ONLY!) This warranty does not apply to quick couplers, wearable pump parts, hard water damage, clogged coils, hoses, O'rings, clogged filters, pressure nozzles, damage due to freezing, neglect, misuse or abuse, or the failure to provide necessary maintenance. Absolute Pressure Washers Determination & Findings Department of Public Works (DPW)/SWMA Grace.alao@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
6/17/2016 6/27/2016 The Government of Distict of Columbia,Fire and Emergency Medical Services(FEMS) continues to have a need for a contractor to repair and refurbish its fleet of Pierce Dash Pumper Trucks. Pierce Manufacturing Inc. is a sole source provider of Pierce Pumper Trucks and any modifications must be designed and engineered by the original manufacturer. The repats and refurbishments must be completed by Pierce in order to exercise the waeeanty and any unauthorized repairs completed through another company would render the warranty void. Also the contractor must have the capability to begin services starting on June 26,2016. Pierce Manufacturing Inc. Determination & Findings Fire and Emergency Medical Services(FEMS) sherman.squire2@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
6/17/2016 6/27/2016 The Department on Disability Services (DDS), Developmental Disabilities Administration (DDA), requires the continued services of a local and national expert in primary care for persons with intellectual and developmental disabilities (IADD), academic medicine and quality care to continue to address the quality, availability, access to and consistent implementation of health care for persons served by DDS. These services are required to assist the agency in implementing DDA’s Health Care Initiative effective May 12, 2008 and meet requirements of the 2010 Revision of the 2001 Plan for Compliance and Conclusion of Evans v. Bowser in fiscal year 2016 and beyond. Innisfree Incorporated Determination & Findings Department on Disability Services Danyel.Riley@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
6/15/2016 6/25/2016 HIV Surveillance Black Box Project Georgetown University Determination & Findings DC Dept of Health (DOH) Stephanie.morgan@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
6/15/2016 6/25/2016 The Department of Energy and Environment (“DOEE”) seeks to engage the services of George Washington University (GWU), Center for Excellence in Public Leadership (CEPL), to provide leadership development experiences for all managers (MSS employees) across DOEE. Specifically, DOEE requires the assistance of a contractor to conduct a 360 degree assessment to evaluate leadership and management skills for DOEE managers, conduct a leadership workshop, and provide comprehensive one-on-one coaching for a subset of managers. The 360 degree assessment would include feedback from peers, supervisors, and employees of the manager being evaluated. The George Washington University, Center for Excellence in Public Leadership Determination & Findings Department of Energy & Environment (DOEE) Robyn.johhnson2@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
6/15/2016 6/25/2016 School Health Nursing Children’s National Medical Center Determination & Findings DC Dept of Health (DOH) Stephanie.morgan@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
6/10/2016 6/20/2016 Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA) has an urgent need for therapeutic treatment care services at a secure facility. The contractor shall provide therapeutic emergency care that includes intensive specialized services. COMMUNITY ALTERNATIVES, VA (KIDS IN FOCUS) Determination & Findings Child Family Service Agency Jamie.morton@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
6/10/2016 6/20/2016 The District of Columbia Office of Contracting and Procurement, on behalf of the Metropolitan Police Department (MPD) is seeking a Contractor to provide a Digital Evidence Management System that is capable of being integrated with the existing repository, Evidence.com and streamlined for viewing and tracking chain of custody. This Procurement will include delivery and installation of the Digital Evidence Management System at multiple locations within the District of Columbia. The goal of the project is to procure a single centralized repository for all digital evidence. TASER International, Inc. Determination & Findings Metropolitan Police Department NIAS.info@dc.gov
6/8/2016 6/18/2016 Ravo Sweeper, Repair Services and Maintenance Atlantic Machinery Inc. Determination & Findings Department of Public Works Bernetha.armwood2@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
6/7/2016 6/17/2016 Cellular Phone Payment Method for Digital Parking Meters Parkmobile USA, Inc. Determination & Findings District Department of Transportation cora.boykin@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
6/3/2016 6/13/2016 The Department of Health Care Finance (DHCF) has a need for a contractor to provide Independent Verification & Validation (IV&V) consulting services to support the continued implementation and maintenance of the Release 1 (R1) District of Columbia Access System (DCAS) IV&V contract. It is vital that DHCF maintain a contractor that has both the knowledge and capability to support their efforts in fulfilling their obligations to Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS). Accenture is currently providing IV&V services on the DCAS project. Since they have been the contractor for this project from the start, it would be a disservice to DHCF to appoint a new contractor as a service transition period and fiscal implications could be detrimental to the continued development of R1. In addition, Accenture has also provided IV&V services on R1 in the past. DHCF believes that continuity of service would help with the execution of the desired outcome. The District is confident that Accenture can fulfill this task, as they have shown their skill to manage, assess and review projects in the past, in this role. Please carefully consider our request to have Accenture as the Sole Source contractor for the R1 IV&V contract. Accenture Federal Services LLC Determination & Findings Department of Health Care Finance annmarie.mcqueen2@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
6/3/2016 6/13/2016 The Government of the District of Columbia, Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA), has an immediate need for the services of Dr. Abyssinia Washington to provide trauma-focused mental health treatment to children recently removed from their biological home due to severe psychological trauma. The Government of the District of Columbia, Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA), has an immediate need for the services of Dr. Abyssinia Washington to provide trauma-focused mental health treatment to children recently removed from their biological home due to severe psychological trauma. Determination & Findings Child and Family Services Ebony.Terrell@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
5/24/2016 6/3/2016 Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA) has an urgent need for Virginia license and placement services. The contractor shall provide Virginia license and placement services that include a foster home setting for M. Bennett with intensive specialized services. ADORE Child Family Services Determination & Findings Child Family Service Agency Jamie.morton@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
5/23/2016 6/2/2016 The Office of the Attorney General, Child Support Services Division desire to join the Child Support Lien Network (“CSLN”) as a mean f increasing child support arrears collection through insurance payment intercept. Rhode Island Office of Child Support Services Determination & Findings Office of the Attorney General emma.clark@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
5/20/2016 5/30/2016 The Government of the District of Columbia (District), Department of Behavioral Health has an immediate need for a contractor to provide maintenance, support and system upgrades to the agency’s Electronic Records Management (ERM) system, using eCura; a proprietary system developed and managed by INFOMC. The current system requires eCura updates, upgrades and patches to become fully operational for the agency. The eCura application and ancillary systems are proprietary and are created, sold, supported and maintained by INFOMC. INFOMC is the only vendor in the Mid-Atlantic Region authorized to sell and support the eCura system applications and support. The contractor must have the capability to begin services starting on June 15, 2016. INFOMC Determination & Findings Department of Behavioral Health (DBH) Sue.Crestwell@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
5/20/2016 5/30/2016 The Office of Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA) has a need for a contractor to provide therapeutic foster care enhanced services program for younger group of youth with Development Disable Services (DDS) and or axis one diagnosis, that requires a more intensive level of intervention, but in a family based setting. Seraaj Family Homes, Inc Determination & Findings Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA) Lindar.thomas@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
5/13/2016 5/23/2016 The Department on Disability Services (DDS), Developmental Disabilities Administration (DDA), requires services of a contractor with demonstrated capacity and experience working with the District’s DDA service delivery system, Hospital, Primary Care, Specialty Care, Nursing and Clinical associations and networks, Medical Schools, and the DC Departments of Health and Health Care Finance to advance a quality assurance and improvement initiative to assist DDS in meeting its regulatory and legal requirements in conclusion of the more than 35-year old case of Evans vs. Bowser, and focus on health and related issues that impact access to quality services and supports and ultimately the quality of life for people with intellectual disabilities. Georgetown University, Center for Child and Human Development – University Center for Excellence in Developmental Disabilities Determination & Findings Department on Disability Services Nicole.Starwood@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
5/4/2016 5/14/2016 The Child and Family Services Agency has need of a vendor to provide Psychiatric Residential treatment services for twenty-¬four (24) hours per day, seven (7) days a week along with regular schooling to an emotionally disturbed ward of Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA). KidsPeace National Centers, Inc. Determination & Findings Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA) robert.stona@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
5/4/2016 5/14/2016 The District of Columbia Office of Contracting and Procurement (OCP), on behalf of Department on Disability Services (DDS) (District), has a need to extend the sole source contract with Liberty Healthcare Corporation (Contractor) from June 3, 2016 to September 30, 2016. The contract was awarded to a vendor certified as a Quality Improvement Organization (QIO) or QIO –like entity by the U.S. Department of Health & Human Services (DHHS), Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS). The Contractor shall continue to conduct Provider Certification Reviews (PCRs), Individual Support Plan (ISP) utilization reviews and Service Coordination Performance Audits of CMS Home and Community Based Services (HCBS) Waiver Providers for residents of the District of Columbia with intellectual and developmental disabilities (IDD). Liberty Healthcare Corporation Determination & Findings Department on Disability Services Monica.Brown4@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
5/3/2016 5/13/2016 The Office of Contracting and Procurement (The District) intends to award a sole source contract to Zero To Three, the (Contractor) to provide comprehensive text and data collection services to pregnant and postpartum mothers in Washington, DC. The period of performance is one Base year, beginning from the date of award with four (4) one-year Option periods. Zero To Three Determination & Findings Office of Contracting and Procurement (OCP) michael.etekochay@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
5/2/2016 5/12/2016 Community Based Child Welfare Services/ Development and implementation of a community-based child welfare service delivery network located in a distinct geographic area in the District and to work in tandem with CFSA by providing community-based, preventative and supportive aftercare and related child welfare services to District of Columbia residents, including wards of the District and their families, and families in crisis who are in danger of entering into the child welfare system. Edgewood/Brookland Family Support Collaborative Determination & Findings DC Child and Family Services Agency Ronaldw.davis@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
5/2/2016 5/12/2016 Community Based Child Welfare Services/ Development and implementation of a community-based child welfare service delivery network located in a distinct geographic area in the District and to work in tandem with CFSA by providing community-based, preventative and supportive aftercare and related child welfare services to District of Columbia residents, including wards of the District and their families, and families in crisis who are in danger of entering into the child welfare system. Far Southeast Family Strengthening Collaborative Determination & Findings DC Child and Family Services Agency Calvin1.mcfadden@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
5/2/2016 5/12/2016 Community Based Child Welfare Services/ Development and implementation of a community-based child welfare service delivery network located in a distinct geographic area in the District and to work in tandem with CFSA by providing community-based, preventative and supportive aftercare and related child welfare services to District of Columbia residents, including wards of the District and their families, and families in crisis who are in danger of entering into the child welfare system. Georgia Avenue Family Support Collaborative Determination & Findings DC Child and Family Services Agency Cheryl.anderson@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
5/2/2016 5/12/2016 Continuation of Design Review and Construction Field Verification Services for the Virginia Ave. Tunnel and Roadway Reconstruction Project CH2M Hill, D.C., P.C. Determination & Findings District Department of Transportation (DDOT) steven.wishod@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
5/2/2016 5/12/2016 Community Based Child Welfare Services/ Development and implementation of a community-based child welfare service delivery network located in a distinct geographic area in the District and to work in tandem with CFSA by providing community-based, preventative and supportive aftercare and related child welfare services to District of Columbia residents, including wards of the District and their families, and families in crisis who are in danger of entering into the child welfare system. Collaborative Solutions for Communities Determination & Findings DC Child and Family Services Agency lindar.thomas@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
5/2/2016 5/12/2016 Psychiatric Residential Treatment Services for children requiring intensive psychiatric residential services and presenting issues that cannot be served by traditional group home or independent living programs. Cumberland Hospital for Children and Adolescents Determination & Findings Child and Family Services Agency shamika.place@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
4/28/2016 5/8/2016 The District of Columbia Department of Fire and Emergency Medical Services (FEMS) has an immediate need to order a large quantity of ResQPOD 10 impedance threshold devices (ITD) from the ZOLL Medical Corporation (ZOLL). The ResQPOD ITD 10 is a non-invasive device that delivers intrathoracic pressure regulation therapy during basic or advanced life support CPR, to improve perfusion. The ResQPOD 10 lowers intrathoracic pressure during the recoil phase of CPR by selectively restricting unnecessary airflow into the chest. This vacuum increases preload, lowers intracranial pressure and improves blood flow to the brain and vital organs. Studies have shown that when combined with high-quality CPR, the ResQPOD ITD 10: Doubles blood flow to the heart; increases blood flow to the brain by 50%; and increases survival from cardiac arrest by 25% or more. ZOLL is the sole manufacturer and direct distributor of the ResQPOD 10 ITD device. Therefore, the ResQPOD 10 cannot be obtained through any area vendor or dealer. ZOLL Medical Corporation Determination & Findings D.C. Fire and Emergency Medical Services Department peter.jones3@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
4/28/2016 5/8/2016 Psychiatric Residential Treatment Services Detroit Behavioral Institute, Inc. d/b/a Capstone Academy Determination & Findings Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA) patricia.lewis-miller@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
4/27/2016 5/7/2016 Community Based Child Welfare Services/ Development and implementation of a community-based child welfare service delivery network located in a distinct geographic area in the District and to work in tandem with CFSA by providing community-based, preventative and supportive aftercare and related child welfare services to District of Columbia residents, including wards of the District and their families, and families in crisis who are in danger of entering into the child welfare system. East River Family Strengthening Collaborative Inc. Determination & Findings DC Child and Family Services Agency Robert.stona@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
4/25/2016 5/5/2016 Automated Software Testing Platform and Professional Services. The Government of the District of Columbia, Child and Family Services Agency, Child Information Systems Administration (CISA) is seeking a system integrator to provide professional support services SauceLabs Determination & Findings Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA) Pamela.glover@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
4/25/2016 5/5/2016 The Office of Contracting and Procurement, on behalf of the Department of Consumer and Regulatory Affairs (DCRA) is awarding a sole source contract extension to Pearson VUE, a business of NCS Pearson, Inc. Until a new contract can be competitively awarded, the incumbent contractor will continue to manage and operate the District’s professional licensing operation functions, including required personnel, equipment, and supplies beyond the expiration date of June 30, 2016, from July 1, 2016 through September 30, 2016. Pearson VUE, a business of NCS Pearson, Inc. Determination & Findings Department of Consumer and Regulatory Affairs peter.kern@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
4/20/2016 4/30/2016 Medical Support Services / Healthy Horizons Assessment Center (HHAC) provides medical screenings for children who are entering, re-entering, exiting, or changing placements while in foster care Magnificus Corporation Determination & Findings Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA) yorjai.chandy2@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
4/20/2016 4/30/2016 School Health Nursing Children’s National Medical Center Determination & Findings DC Dept of Health (DOH) Stephanie.morgan@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
4/20/2016 4/30/2016 DCEB-2016-C-2013 The Government of the District of Columbia, Office of the Deputy Mayor for Planning and Economic Development (“DMPED” or “District”) has a minimum need for a contractor to conduct a program review of the Retail Small Business Reimbursement Grant Program. Coalition for Nonprofit Housing & Economic Development Determination & Findings Office of the Deputy Mayor for Planning and Economic Development lindel.reid@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
4/20/2016 4/30/2016 The Government of the District of Columbia, Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA), has the following continuing minimum need to provide Medical Assistant services for the providing pre-foster care placement medical screenings for children coming into CFSA custody and replacement screenings for children/Family Team Meeting (FTM) initiatives for ninety (90)days. LaKiesha Hardy Determination & Findings Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA) cheryl.anderson@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
4/19/2016 4/29/2016 Administrative Services Organization Contract (PCG). • The District of Columbia (District) Department of Health Care Finance (DCHF) has a minimum need for a vendor to verify Medicaid claims from Partner Agencies before submission to the Fiscal Agent for processing as well as conduct quarterly audits of the paid Medicaid claims and associated documentation. The current vendor, Public Consulting Group (PCG), verifies these claims via an automated process using software that is proprietary to PCG. DCHF has a minimum need for a vendor to verify Medicaid claims from Partner Agencies before submission to the Fiscal Agent for processing as well as conduct quarterly audits of the paid Medicaid claims and associated documentation using software (PCG Software) that is proprietary to PCG. PCG Software must be used for the contract services referenced above because PCG designed and built PCG Software to the District’s specifications for the contract services. As a result, PCG Software is necessary to meet the District’s needs for the contract services. For example, PCG designed PCG Software to ensure that in the course of processing the Medicaid claims disallowances are reduced, and the monies provided to each agency are appropriate. In addition, PCG Software can be augmented to increase or decrease the number of validations of Medicaid claims as needed. It would be prohibitive in terms of time and cost for the District to use software other than PCG software for the work at issue here. In order to use off the shelf software instead of PCG software, the District would have to pay a vendor to significantly modify the off the shelf software to meet the District’s needs and specifications for the contract services. This would result in significant costs to the District, and delays in providing the contract services. • The District agreed that only PCG will be permitted to perform contract services that require use of PCG Software as it is proprietary to PCG. Public Consulting Group Determination & Findings Department of Health Care Finance Kalvin.paddyfote@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
4/13/2016 4/23/2016 Property Assessed Clean Energy (PACE) Third-Party Administrator. The Department of Energy and Environment (DOEE) has a minimum need for a third-party program administrator for the District’s Property Assessed Clean Energy (PACE) program as defined by § 8-1778.01(1). The purpose of the PACE program is to reduce the upfront costs of making properties in the District more energy and water efficient and increase the deployment of renewable energy in the District in order to address the issue of global climate change and consumers’ energy costs while also stimulating economic development and job creation. This reduction in utility costs is a key component to preserving affordable housing in the District. The program administrator’s requirements include outreach and marketing to eligible property owners to inform them of the existence and benefits of the PACE program, establishing loan and credit standards and processes, underwriting and servicing of all applications, identifying market and leverage opportunities, finalizing and drafting all closing documents, working with the Office of Tax and Revenue to establish and collect the PACE assessments, evaluating and retaining firms to perform energy audits, implementing a quality assurance program, certifying and pre-qualifying all contractors authorized to provide PACE improvements, approving forms and quality standards for the installation of PACE improvements, and reporting to DOEE on the progress of the program. Urban Ingenuity Determination & Findings District Department of Energy & Environment (DOEE) Tyrone.moorer@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
4/12/2016 4/22/2016 The Department of Health Care Finance (DHCF or the Agency) of the District of Columbia (District) has a minimum need to continue Temporary Staffing Services for personnel to ensure the District meets the needs of DC Medicaid beneficiaries (“Beneficiaries”) who have been determined eligible for, and in need of, Personal Care Aide (PCA) services. Universal Home Healthcare, Inc. Determination & Findings Department of Health Care Finance helena.barbour@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
4/12/2016 4/22/2016 In February 2015, the Department of Energy & Environment (DOEE) applied for and was selected through a competitive process to serve as a host organization for the Environmental Defense Fund (EDF) Climate Corp Fellowship program to support work on climate change and green building. The EDF Climate Corps is a competitive fellowship program through which EDF recruits and trains top graduate students and then places them in leading organizations to provide expert hands-on support for energy and climate change initiatives Specifically, DOEE is seeking the support of an EDF fellow to conduct research and analysis on the implementation of outcome-based building codes for public buildings in order to inform the ongoing process to update the District’s building codes. Environmental Defense Fund (EDF) Determination & Findings Department of Energy & Environment (DOEE) Robyn.johhnson2@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
4/6/2016 4/16/2016 The Department of Energy and Environment (“DOEE”) requires the services of a qualified entity to design and develop affordable components (“Electric Vehicle Kits”) needed by District-based high schools to build an electric vehicle and participate in the 2016 Washington DC Electric Vehicle Grand Prix (“EV Grand Prix”). This includes, but not limited to, the chassis, seat pan, outer shell, canopy, motor, controller, batteries, throttle, pedal, wheels, tires, wiring, etc. The Electric Vehicle Kits provided by the selected vendor must meet specific design and safety rules, and must be powered by deep cycle lead acid battery packs not exceeding 73 pounds. The selected vendor/entity will also provide technical and engineering assistance to at least six District-based high schools to help students design, assemble and build electric vehicles/cars capable of achieving the highest reliability and efficiency possible. Each vehicle kit must include a user-friendly manual that provides step-by-step instructions on how to properly build an electric car for the EV Grand Prix Event. Global Education, Energy & Environment (Global EEE) Determination & Findings Department of Energy & Environment (DOEE) Robyn.johhnson2@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
3/30/2016 4/9/2016 The Department of Youth Rehabilitation Services (DYRS) is requesting an extension through July 5, 2017, of its Human Care Agreement (HCA) with Alternative Solutions for Youth (AYS) that provides family reunification home services for youth ages 14 through 21 who are committed to the custody of DYRS. The request is being made because the current HCA is in the last option year and will expire July 6, 2016. Alternative Solutions for Youth (AYS) Determination & Findings Department of Youth Rehabilitation Services Rhonda.meriwether@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
3/30/2016 4/9/2016 The Department of Youth Rehabilitation Services (DYRS) is requesting an extension through June 22, 2017, of its Human Care Agreement (HCA) with Sasha Bruce Youthwork that provides family reunification home services for youth ages 14 through 21 who are committed to the custody of DYRS. The request is being made because the current HCA is in the last option year and will expire June21, 2016. Sasha Bruce Youthwork Determination & Findings Department of Youth Rehabilitation Services Rhonda.meriwether@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
3/29/2016 4/8/2016 In Fiscal Year 2015, the Department of General Services contracted with Capital E to analyze the cost and benefits of various sustainable roofing strategies. Under that contract, Capital E began to expand the “Smart Roof” analysis to include other surfaces including pavements and urban trees strategies. A full analysis of these additional surfaces was not within the original scope of DGS’ budget. As DOEE has greater purview over paved and green surfaces through its storm water management responsibilities, the Stormwater Management Division and Urban Sustainability Administration would like to continue the work begun by Capital E in order to complete the analysis of the costs and benefits of sustainability strategies for paved surfaces and urban trees. Capital E would complete the necessary modeling, write a summary report, and create a summary presentation to be used by DOEE and its partners. Going Green Today Determination & Findings Department of Energy & Environment (DOEE) Robyn.johhnson2@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
3/28/2016 4/7/2016 DCFEMS Fire Operations Center (FOC) Upgrade: MVS, Inc. has designed and integrated a hardware (audio-visual equipment, wiring, etc.) and software (programming and code) solution at the DCFEMS Fire Operations Center (FOC), creating a unique command operations display that is similar to MPD’s Joint Operations Command Center. As the writer and creator of the intellectual property (i.e., system configuration and code), MVS is the only source of the maintenance and support of the existing software and technology. Since this product and service is being provided exclusively to FEMS, on-going maintenance and support is best done by technicians intimately familiar with the system. MVS, Incorporated Determination & Findings D.C. Fire and Emergency Medical Services Department peter.jones3@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
3/24/2016 4/3/2016 The Government of the District of Columbia, Office of the Deputy Mayor for Planning and Economic Development (“DMPED” or “District”) has a minimum need for a more efficient grants management software to support the Great Streets Initiative, New Communities Initiative, and additional grant operations. MicroEdge, LLC Determination & Findings Office of the Deputy Mayor for Planning and Economic Development lindel.reid@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
3/21/2016 3/31/2016 Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA) has an urgent need for mentoring services. The Contractor shall provide one on one mentoring services for D. Williams, a child currently in CFSA’s care. The contractor shall provide one on one mentoring services that includes, engaging in activities that the youth enjoys, expose youth to various community activities, as well as provide one on one life coaching skills. Just Understanding My Priorities (J.U.M.P) Determination & Findings Child Family Service Agency Jamie.morton@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
3/18/2016 3/28/2016 Automated Key Management System for Saint Elizabeths Hospital Federal Key LLC Determination & Findings Office of Contracting and Procurement Margaret.Desper@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
3/18/2016 3/28/2016 INMATE TELEPHONE SERVICE.The Office of Contracting and Procurement, on behalf of the Department of Corrections is awarding a sole source contract extension to Inmate Telephone, Inc., until a new contract can be competitively awarded , the incumbent contractor will continue to provide inmate telephone services for the Department of Corrections, including required labor, equipment, and materials beyond the expiration date of March 31, 2016, from April 1, 2016 through December 31, 2016. Inmate Telephone Inc. Determination & Findings Department of Corrections Eric.gordon@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
3/15/2016 3/25/2016 The Government of the District of Columbia, Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA), has a need for services of a contractor to evaluate a federal demonstration project involving the use of federal funds to enhance the existing Family Treatment Court of children and families that CFSA serves. Under the requirements of the grant-funded enhancement project, CFSA is required to engage in a third party to conduct a project evaluation, which shall include the process evaluation and an outcome evaluation. This service will be entering into option year 1 phase of the system evaluation services. Coordinated Care Services, Inc. Determination & Findings Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA) Lindar.thomas@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
3/14/2016 3/24/2016 The Department on Disability Services (DDS), Developmental Disabilities Administration (DDA), requires the continued services of a local and national expert in primary care for persons with intellectual and developmental disabilities (IADD), academic medicine and quality care to continue to address the quality, availability, access to and consistent implementation of health care for persons served by DDS. Global Resources and Support Determination & Findings Department on Disability Services Tyree.Johnson2@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
3/14/2016 3/24/2016 NEICE database user fees / The District as a NEICE user, is required to pay a User Fee of $25,000.00 a year. In the coming years, DC will significantly reduce or eliminate the mailing costs (US mail, FedEx, UPS, Priority Mail etc.) associated with sending Interstate Compact on the Placement of Children (ICPC) referrals to other compact states. American Public Human Services Association (APHSA) Determination & Findings DC Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA) yorjai.chandy2@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
3/11/2016 3/21/2016 Medical Support Services / Extension of services of the contractor, for provision of Medical Support Services in support of the Healthy Horizons Clinic, at CFSA, for an additional month. Magnificus Corporation Determination & Findings DC Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA) yorjai.chandy2@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
3/11/2016 3/21/2016 Administrative Services Organization Contract (PCG). DCHF has a need for Public Consulting Group (PCG), to add Operations (OSSE-non-public schools) and the implementation of (OSSE–non public schools and OSSE-early intervention. PCG verifies Medicaid claims from Partner Agencies before submission to the Fiscal Agent for processing as well as conduct quarterly audits of the paid Medicaid claims and associated documentation. Public Consulting Group (PCG), verifies these claims via an automated process using software that is proprietary to PCG. PCG Software must be used for the contract services referenced above because PCG designed and built PCG Software to the District’s specifications for the contract services. As a result, PCG Software is necessary to meet the District’s needs for the contract services. For example, PCG designed PCG Software to ensure that in the course of processing the Medicaid claims disallowances are reduced, and the monies provided to each agency are appropriate. In addition, PCG Software can be augmented to increase or decrease the number of validations of Medicaid claims as needed. It would be prohibitive in terms of time and cost for the District to use software other than PCG software for the work at issue here. In order to use off the shelf software instead of PCG software, the District would have to pay a vendor to significantly modify the off the shelf software to meet the District’s needs and specifications for the contract services. This would result in significant costs to the District, and delays in providing the contract services. • The District agreed that only PCG will be permitted to perform contract services that require use of PCG Software as it is proprietary to PCG. Public Consulting Group Determination & Findings Department of Health Care Finance Kalvin.paddyfote@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
3/11/2016 3/21/2016 Training and Technical Assistance/ Contractor to continue implementation, training and technical assistance to the Child and Family Services Agency of Washington, D.C. for the trauma informed and focused care provided within their child welfare system. KVC Health Systems, Inc. Determination & Findings DC Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA) yorjai.chandy2@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
3/10/2016 3/20/2016 The Office of the Attorney General (“OAG”) is seeking to join Street Grace, Inc.’s Not Buying It Program to procure technical and substantive assistance in its Human Trafficking Initiative designed to aid its ability to make sound prosecution decisions in juvenile case matters. Street Grace, Inc Determination & Findings Office of the Attorney General emma.clark@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
3/10/2016 3/20/2016 Independent main residential units serve youth aged eighteen (18) to twenty-one (21) that are ready for more advanced independent living in an apartment setting that does not necessarily provide constant supervision on-site. Catholic Charities Archdiocese of Washington Inc. Determination & Findings DC Child and Family Services Agency Ronaldw.davis@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
3/8/2016 3/18/2016 The Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA) have a continued need for Teen Parent Program services. The Government of the District of Columbia’s Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA, or the Agency) is charged with protecting children and youth from abuse and neglect; and, for those needing to be removed from their homes, ensuring a foster care placement that can effectively support children and youth in achieving their goals of safety, permanence, and well-being. The Elizabeth Ministry, Inc. Determination & Findings Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA) robert.stona@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
3/4/2016 3/14/2016 The Department of Youth Rehabilitation Services (DYRS) is requesting an extension through May 1,2017, of its Human Care Agreement (HCA) with Progressive Life Center Inc. that provides Supervised Independent Living services for youth ages 14 through 21 who are committed to the custody of DYRS. Request is being made because the current HCA is in the last option year and will expire April 30, 2016. Progressive Life Center Inc. Determination & Findings Department of Youth Rehabilitation Services rhonda.meriwether@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
3/4/2016 3/14/2016 Human Care Agreement for Extended Family Home Services PCC Stride, Inc. Determination & Findings Department of Youth Rehabilitation Services (DYRS) Adele.smith@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
3/3/2016 3/13/2016 CFSA has the need for a provider, licensed in the State of Florida, to provide Psychiatric Residential Treatment to District residents and eligible persons under the care of CFSA. This Residential Treatment Center provides to clients that have a DSM-IV diagnosis as specified through psychiatric evaluations. Requirements provided under the current contract are reasonable firm and continuing and are needed beyond the existing contract period. Renewal of this contract will allow continuous contractual coverage for additional periods which will satisfy the District’s existing need. University Behavioral Center (DCRL-2015-D-0060-ASAP) Determination & Findings Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA) cheryl.anderson@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
3/3/2016 3/13/2016 CFSA has the need for a provider, licensed in the State of Florida, to provide Psychiatric Residential Treatment to District residents and eligible persons under the care of CFSA. This Residential Treatment Center provides to clients that have a DSM-IV diagnosis as specified through psychiatric evaluations. Requirements provided under the current contract are reasonable firm and continuing and are needed beyond the existing contract period. Renewal of this contract will allow continuous contractual coverage for additional periods which will satisfy the District’s existing need. University Behavioral Center (DCRL-2015-D-0059) Determination & Findings Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA) cheryl.anderson@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
3/3/2016 3/13/2016 CFSA has the need for a provider, licensed in the State of Florida, to provide Psychiatric Residential Treatment to District residents and eligible persons under the care of CFSA. This Residential Treatment Center provides to clients that have a DSM-IV diagnosis as specified through psychiatric evaluations. Requirements provided under the current contract are reasonable firm and continuing and are needed beyond the existing contract period. Renewal of this contract will allow continuous contractual coverage for additional periods which will satisfy the District’s existing need. University Behavioral Center (DCRL-2015-D-0058) Determination & Findings Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA) cheryl.anderson@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
3/3/2016 3/13/2016 CFSA has the need for a provider, licensed in the State of Maryland, to provide Psychiatric Residential Treatment to District residents and eligible persons under the care of CFSA. This Residential Treatment Center provides to clients that have a DSM-IV diagnosis as specified through psychiatric evaluations. Requirements provided under the current contract are reasonable firm and continuing and are needed beyond the existing contract period. Renewal of this contract will allow continuous contractual coverage for additional periods which will satisfy the District’s existing need. Adventist HealthCare (DCRL-2015-D-0065 Determination & Findings Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA) cheryl.anderson@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
3/3/2016 3/13/2016 The DC Fire and Emergency Medical Services (FEMS) requires a contractor to repair E-One fire apparatus and provide OEM parts and services. In order to ensure that the apparatus meet Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standards, NFPA Standards and complies with OEM requirements, a vendor who is authorized by the manufacturer to provide this ability is essential for DC FEMS. Patriot Fire, LLC Determination & Findings DC Fire and Emergency Medical Services Grace.alao@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
3/1/2016 3/11/2016 The Department of Youth Rehabilitation Services (DYRS) is requesting an extension through April 11, 2017, of its Human Care Agreement (HCA) with Associates for Renewal in Education (ARE) that provides family reunification home services for youth ages 14 through 21 who are committed to the custody of DYRS. Associates for Renewal in Education Determination & Findings Department of Youth Rehabilitation Services rhonda.meriwether@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
2/29/2016 3/10/2016 INMATE TELEPHONE SERVICE. The Office of Contracting and Procurement, on behalf of the Department of Corrections is awarding a sole source contract extension to Inmate Telephone, Inc., until a new contract can be competitively awarded , the incumbent contractor will continue to provide inmate telephone services for the Department of Corrections, including required labor, equipment, and materials beyond the expiration date of March 31, 2016, from April 1, 2016 through December 31, 2017 Inmate Telephone Inc. Determination & Findings Department of Corrections Eric.gordon@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
2/26/2016 3/7/2016 • The District of Columbia, on behalf of the Department of HealthCare Finance, has a need for a Contractor to serve as the District’s Recovery Audit Contractor (RAC), and to engage in reviews of post-payment Medicaid claims submitted by providers of services or other individuals furnishing items and services for which payment has been made under Section 1902(a) of the Social Security Act to determine whether providers have been underpaid or overpaid, and to recoup any overpayments identified. It is in the best interests of the District to recognize DataMetrix as a successor in interest to this Contract • DataMetrix has adequate financial resources to perform the contract or the ability to obtain those resources; based on the attached Bidder/Offeror Certification Form; • DataMetrix is able to comply with the required or proposed delivery or performance schedule, based upon the bidder’s or offeror’s existing commercial and government contract commitments; based on the attached Past Performance Evaluation; • The District agreed that only DataMetrix will be permitted to perform contract services (RAC), required by the signed novation agreement between PRGX USA Inc and DataMetrix Inc. DataMetrix Inc Determination & Findings Department of Health Care Finance Kalvin.paddyfote@dc.gov nais.info@dc.gov
2/25/2016 3/6/2016 The Government of the District of Columbia, Office of the Deputy Mayor for Planning and Economic Development (“DMPED” or “District”) has a minimum need for a contractor to provide corporate attraction and retention services in order to ensure the District’s economy and job market continues to grow and diversify. Echelon Economic Development LLC Determination & Findings Office of the Deputy Mayor for Planning and Economic Development lindel.reid@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
2/24/2016 3/5/2016 The District of Columbia Office of Contracting and Procurement (OCP) on behalf of Department on Disability Services (DDS) (District) has a need to extend the sole source contract with Liberty Healthcare Corporation (Contractor) from March 8, 2016 to June 2, 2016. The contract was awarded to a vendor certified as a Quality Improvement Organization (QIO) or QIO –like entity by the U.S. Department of Health & Human Services (DHHS), Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS). The Contractor shall continue to conduct Provider Certification Reviews (PCRs), Individual Support Plan (ISP) utilization reviews and Service Coordination Performance Audits of CMS Home and Community Based Services (HCBS) Waiver Providers for residents of the District of Columbia with intellectual and developmental disabilities (IDD). The contractor must have the capability to continue providing services starting on March 8, 2016 for a period of 87 days through June 2, 2016. Liberty Healthcare Corporation Determination & Findings Department on Disability Services Monica.Brown4@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
2/23/2016 3/4/2016 The Government of the District of Columbia, Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA), has an immediate need for the services of National Associates, Inc. to provide the contractors needed to support the development and implementation of a revised comprehensive agency strategy to improve the placement continuum of foster children through foster parent recruitment, foster parent licensing, support and training for children in DC’s child welfare system who require foster parents. Foster & Adoptive Parent Advocacy Center Determination & Findings Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA) shamika.place@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
2/22/2016 3/3/2016 The Government of the District of Columbia, Office of the Deputy Mayor for Planning and Economic Development (“DMPED” or “District”) has a minimum need for a contractor to provide research and analysis, interviews and economic modeling around Technology Inclusion. Alvarez & Marsal Public Sector Real Estate Services Determination & Findings Office of the Deputy Mayor for Planning and Economic Development lindel.reid@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
2/18/2016 2/28/2016 Trauma Systems Therapy online training course Free State Social Work, LLC Determination & Findings Child and Family Services patricia.lewis-miller@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
2/16/2016 2/26/2016 Office of the State Superintendent of Education – Data Collaborative Project. The Office of the State Superintendent of Education (OSSE) is seeking a contractor to administer the online survey called “The New Teacher Project Instructional Culture Insight Survey (“The School Insight Survey”)”, and collect and analyze staffing data, as they relate to the recruitment, distribution, and retention of teachers at high-need schools. The contractor will partner with OSSE and local education agencies (LEAs) to develop a data collection strategy and conduct high quality analysis of staffing data. The period of performance will be one year from the date of award. The New Teacher Project (TNTP) Determination & Findings Office of the State Superintendent of Education anthonisha.felton@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
2/10/2016 2/20/2016 The Department of Youth Rehabilitation Services (DYRS) is requesting an extension through March 17, 2017, of its Human Care Agreement (HCA) with Umbrella Therapeutic Services, Inc. (Umbrella) that provides residential treatment services for youth ages 14 through 21 who are committed to the custody of DYRS. The request is being made because the current HCA is in the last option year and will expire March 17, 2016. Umbrella Therapeutic Services, Inc. Determination & Findings Department of Youth Rehabilitation Services dwight.hayes@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
2/10/2016 2/20/2016 The Government of the District Columbia, Child and Family Services Agency is seeking a Contractor to provide Project Management services to support initiatives being implemented and administered by the Office of Community Partnerships. This includes implementation and maintenance of Safe and Stable Families or services that are being implemented through the Title IV-E Waiver, which has been approved by the U.S. Department of Health and Services Administration for Children and Families. Midtown Personnel Inc. Determination & Findings DC Child and Family Services Agency Ronaldw.davis@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
2/9/2016 2/19/2016 Management and Leadership Training Consultant Georgetown University Determination & Findings Child and Family Services Agency aaron.holland2@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
2/9/2016 2/19/2016 Safe Families for Children Program /Providing Community Based Child Welfare services Lydia Home Association Determination & Findings Child and Family Services Agency aaron.holland2@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
2/8/2016 2/18/2016 The Government of the District of Columbia, Office of the Deputy Mayor for Planning and Economic Development (“DMPED” or “District”) has a minimum need for a contractor to provide ongoing civil engineering planning in an effort to execute storm water management and wet utilities plans in support of the Walter Reed Local Redevelopment Authority (“LRA”). Bowman Consulting Determination & Findings Office of the Deputy Mayor for Planning and Economic Development lindel.reid@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
2/5/2016 2/15/2016 The Government of the District of Columbia, Office of the Deputy Mayor for Planning and Economic Development (“DMPED” or “District”) has a minimum need for a contractor to provide ongoing transportation engineering and implementation services in effort to execute traffic plans and implementations in support of the Walter Reed Local Redevelopment Authority (“LRA”) Gorove/Slade Associates, Inc. Determination & Findings Office of the Deputy Mayor for Planning and Economic Development Lindel Reid NIAS.info@dc.gov
2/1/2016 2/11/2016 The Government of the District of Columbia, Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA), has an immediate need for the services of Natalie P. Brown to provide support for the development and implementation of our Leadership Strategy. Natalie P. Brown Determination & Findings Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA) shamika.place@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
1/26/2016 2/5/2016 The Government of the District of Columbia, Office of the Deputy Mayor for Planning and Economic Development (“DMPED” or “District”) has a minimum need for a contractor to engage and promote local entrepreneurs while finding innovative ways to solve critical challenges affecting the District of Columbia through a local Pitch DC competition. 1776 Campus, Inc. Determination & Findings Office of the Deputy Mayor for Planning and Economic Development lindel.reid@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
1/26/2016 2/5/2016 The Government of the District of Columbia, Office of the Deputy Mayor for Planning and Economic Development (“DMPED” or “District”) has a minimum need for an experienced contractor to provide business development, marketing and promotional support services in support of the District’s new Air China route. The Washington DC Convention and Tourism Corporation (“Destination DC”) Determination & Findings Office of the Deputy Mayor for Planning and Economic Development lindel.reid@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
1/26/2016 2/5/2016 The Government of the District of Columbia, Office of the Deputy Mayor for Planning and Economic Development (“DMPED” or “District”) has a minimum need for a contractor to provide national and international marketing and outreach, festival coordination and planning around the Challenge Cup Festival. 1776 Campus, Inc. Determination & Findings Office of the Deputy Mayor for Planning and Economic Development lindel.reid@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
1/26/2016 2/5/2016 The D.C. Board of Elections (“the Board”) is seeking to lease an election management system (EMS) with voting equipment that is compatible with and shall interact seamlessly with its existing election data management system (Unity). The EMS shall consist of tabulation software, digital scan voting equipment (DSVE), and a touch screen ballot marking device (BMD). The Board will acquire 190 DSVEs and 400 BMDs. The BMDs shall enable certain visually and manually impaired voters in the District of Columbia to vote without assistance. The goal of the project is to assist the District of Columbia in complying with the “American with Disabilities Act of 1990” (ADA) and the Help America Vote Act of 2002” (HAVA). Election Systems & Software, LLC Determination & Findings Board of Elections Alisha.Wright@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
1/19/2016 1/29/2016 Streetlight asset management services M.C. Dean, Inc. Determination & Findings District Department of Transportation (DDOT) cora.boykin@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
1/15/2016 1/25/2016 The District of Columbia (District), Office of Contracting and Procurement (OCP), on behalf of the Department of Youth Rehabilitation Services (DYRS) has the need to place youth who have been identified as having varying degrees of emotional, behavioral and psycho-social needs to be in awaiting placement family facilities while pending placement in a Family Unification Program. Center City Corporation Determination & Findings Department of Youth Rehabilitation Services rhonda. meriwether@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
1/14/2016 1/24/2016 The Department of Energy and Environment (DOEE) has a minimum need for monitoring at two research sites located at District Fire Engine Houses. Two advanced rainwater harvesting systems, using a proprietary water-level control system developed by Geosyntec Consultants, were installed at District Fire Engine Houses 3 and 25 under Contract No. DCKG-2009-C-0029. This first phase of the project was limited in scope to only the installation of cisterns, monitoring and control systems, and permeable friction course paving, again using Geosyntec Consultants proprietary technology. The second phase of the project is to conduct water quality monitoring to assess the performance of the harvest/reuse systems and paving installed at each fire station. These systems reduce the volume of stormwater and associated pollutants discharged to District waterways, and are therefore critical to DOEE’s mission “to improve the quality of life for the residents and natural inhabitants of the nation’s capital by protecting and restoring the environment, conserving our natural resources, mitigating pollution, increasing access to clean and renewable energy, and educating the public on ways to secure a sustainable future.” On addition, these systems can be installed at fire stations throughout the District, greatly reducing the need for the potable water currently used to fill the fire engines and wash vehicles, preventing polluted stormwater from entering waterways; and educating the public about the importance stormwater runoff. Geosyntec Consultants Determination & Findings District Department of Energy & Environment (DOEE) Tyrone.moorer@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
1/14/2016 1/24/2016 Clinical Family Therapy Services. The purpose of this clinical family therapy services is to identify issues related to family stability and preservation to adoption matters and to provide a pre and post permanency services for children with goal of adoption/guardianship. The Center for Adoption Support and Education, Inc. Determination & Findings DC Child and Family Services Agency lindar.thomas@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
1/11/2016 1/21/2016 The Government of the District of Columbia, Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA), has the following continuing minimum need to provide Medical Assistant services for the providing pre-foster care placement medical screenings for children coming into CFSA custody and replacement screenings for children/Family Team Meeting (FTM) initiatives for ninety (90)days. LaKiesha Hardy Determination & Findings Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA) cheryl.anderson@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
1/11/2016 1/21/2016 The Government of the District of Columbia, Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA), has an immediate need to contract with Dr. Robin E. Gearing, a social work professional with a vast knowledge of assessment and treatment knowledge, to train CFSA employees and contracted staff on the subjects of Child and Adult Psychopathology. Dr. Robin Gearing Determination & Findings Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA) Shamika.Place@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
1/5/2016 1/15/2016 The Government of the District of Columbia, Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA), has an immediate need to integrate the Child and Adolescent Functional Assessment Scale (CAFAS) and the Pre-school and Early Childhood Functional Assessment Scale (PECFAS), into everyday case practice for all children in District care and custody, ages 0-21 years. For the orderly, effective, and reliable implementation of the CAFAS and PECFAS tools, the social workers who will be using it require Master Training from a trainer, who has been approved/ certified by the owner of the CAFAS and PECFAS tools, Multi-Health Services, Inc (MHS). Dr. Susan Sabin Determination & Findings Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA) aaron.holland2@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
1/5/2016 1/15/2016 The District of Columbia, Child and Family Services Agency, Office of Planning, Policy, & Program Support has an immediate need for a Contractor to provide information management and research tools to transform CFSA Data into a longitudinal database, that can improve outcomes for the children and families this agency serves. Chapin Hall at the University of Chicago Determination & Findings Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA) shamika.place@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
1/4/2016 1/14/2016 The Government of the District of Columbia, Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA), has an immediate need for the services of National Associates, Inc. to provide the contractors needed to support the development and implementation of a revised comprehensive agency strategy to improve the placement continuum of foster children through foster parent recruitment, foster parent licensing, support and training for children in DC’s child welfare system who require foster parents. National Associates, Inc. Determination & Findings Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA) shamika.place@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
12/30/2015 1/9/2016 Refurbishment of Seagrave Ladder Trucks/ The Office of Contracting and Procurement, on behalf of the DC Fire Emergency Medical Services is looking to exercise the option year of contract CW31686. FWD Seagrave Determination & Findings Fire and Emergency Medical Services Sherman.Squire2@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
12/17/2015 12/27/2015 CFSA has the need for a provider, licensed in the State of Florida, to provide Psychiatric Residential Treatment to District residents and eligible persons under the care of CFSA. This Residential Treatment Center provides to clients that have a DSM-IV diagnosis as specified through psychiatric evaluations. Requirements provided under the current contract are reasonable firm and continuing and are needed beyond the existing contract period. Renewal of this contract period will allow continuous contractual coverage for an additional period, which will satisfy the District’s existing need. Devereux Florida Determination & Findings Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA) cheryl.anderson@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
12/17/2015 12/27/2015 The Department of Health Care Finance has a minimum need to provide Actuarial Consulting Services. Contractor shall provide actuarially sound capitation rates for payments made by the District on periodic basis to each Managed Care Organization (MCO) for the provision of medical services under the District’s Medicaid or Alliance programs. The contract is to provide actuarially sound capitation rates for payments made by the District on periodic basis to each Managed Care Organization (MCO) for the provision of medical services under the District’s Medicaid or Alliance programs. To avoid disruption of this essential service the District has determined it is in the best interest to extend the Sole Source Contract with Mercer to continue providing actuarial services as defined under the original contractual agreement. All mandatory terms and conditions shall be enforced and remain the same. Mercer Government Human Services Consulting Determination & Findings Department of Health Care Finance monica.cobbs2@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
12/10/2015 12/20/2015 The Government of the District of Columbia, Office of the Deputy Mayor for Planning and Economic Development (“DMPED” or “District”) has a minimum need for a contractor to provide Pre-Development Services for the McMillan Sand Filtration Site. Vision McMillan Partners, LLC Determination & Findings DMPED lindel.reid@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
12/9/2015 12/19/2015 Warehouse Services. The Office of Contracting and Procurement, on behalf of the Department of Corrections is awarding a sole source contract extension to AECOM, until a new contract can be competitively awarded, the incumbent contractor will continue to provide Warehouse Services for the Department of Corrections, including required labor, equipment, and materials beyond the expiration date of December 31, 2015. The Office of Contracting and Procurement plans to extend the current contract from January 1, 2016 to March 31, 2016 Aecom Determination & Findings Department of Corrections Eric.gordon@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
12/9/2015 12/19/2015 Office of Contracting and Procurement (OCP) on behalf of Office of the State Superintendent of Education (OSSE), Division of Data, Accountability and Research (DAR) is seeking a contractor with extensive experience in educational assessments based on requirements under the Title I, Part A of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act of 1965, as Amended (ESEA). The assessment will be a stand-alone operational test and will include four forms per grade for grades 5, 8 and High School Biology with approximately 40 items per form to be administered at all District of Columbia’s Local Education Agencies (LEA). The assessment will be administered online only. One paper version printed form per grade will be available for those students that cannot access the assessment online. The contractor will set up and administer the spring 2016 DC Science assessment using the proprietary test management and test delivery software TestNav. The contractor will provide a raw score file with the selected responses and technology enhanced item scores and will capture images. NCS Pearson, Inc. Determination & Findings Office of the State Superintendent of Education williamp.proctor@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
12/8/2015 12/18/2015 The Department on Disability Services (DDS), Developmental Disabilities Administration (DDA), requires the immediate services of a Board Certified Psychiatrist with a minimum of five years of experience providing community-based services to individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities. The Contractor shall have experience working in the context of a class action lawsuit, be familiar with the issues surrounding more than 35-year old case of Evans v. Gray, and shall have credibility with and be acceptable to the plaintiffs, Court Monitor, Independent Compliance Administrator and other Evans stakeholders. Ronald J. Koshes, M.D. Determination & Findings Department on Disability Services Nicole.Starwood@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
12/7/2015 12/17/2015 The District of Columbia (District), Office of Contracting and Procurement (OCP) on behalf of the Department of Youth Rehabilitation Services (DYRS) requires the services of a residential treatment center to provide residential intervention services to a 15 year old female under DYRS care and custody that has been denied admissions to all DYRS local contracted residential treatment centers. The period of performance shall be from date of award through September 30, 2015. The Hughes Center Determination & Findings Department of Youth Rehabilitation Services Rhonda.meriwether@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
12/7/2015 12/17/2015 Since 2010, ProActive School has provided PCSB with the online educational management application, ProActive School Suite. The application allows PCSB to collect student enrollment, demographic, attendance, and discipline data from the public charter schools under its purview. To fulfill its oversight responsibilities, PCSB must continue to collect these data using the same business rules, methodology, technology, and software. In addition to maintaining support for data reporting tools, PCSB must continue its contract with ProActive School because the data systems and procedures of the public charter schools and the Office of the State Superintendent of Education are configured to share data with ProActive School. ProActive School, Inc. Determination & Findings DC Public Charter School Board mlytton@dcpcsb.org NIAS.info@dc.gov
12/4/2015 12/14/2015 Off-Site Laundry Services CWI7235. The Department of Correction (DOC) needs to extend the current contract to provide comprehensive off-site laundry services for an average daily population of up to 2164 imnates at the Central Detention Facility (CDF) located at 1901 D Street SE, Washington DC 20003 and to facilitate the DOC's operation function and avoid a disruption in services. DOC's laundry room is expected to be completed by June 30, 2016. Period of performance from January 1, 2016 to June 30, 2016. Virginia Correctional Enterprises Determination & Findings Department of Corrections Keia.brooks@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
12/4/2015 12/14/2015 Independent living residential units serve youth aged eighteen (18) to twenty-one (21) that are ready for more advanced independent living in an apartment setting that does not necessarily provide constant supervision on-site. Latin American Youth Center Determination & Findings DC Child and Family Services Agency Ronaldw.davis@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
12/4/2015 12/14/2015 Teen Bridge programming, which has a short-term placement in a supervised group home environment for youth, aged sixteen (16) to twenty-one (21) with structured preparation for self-sufficiency and transition to a less restrictive environment. Maximum Quest Residential Care Facilities Determination & Findings DC Child and Family Services Agency Ronaldw.davis@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
12/4/2015 12/14/2015 Teen Bridge programming, which has a short-term placement in a supervised group home environment for youth, aged sixteen (16) to twenty-one (21) with structured preparation for self-sufficiency and transition to a less restrictive environment. Latin American Youth Center Determination & Findings DC Child and Family Services Agency Ronaldw.davis@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
12/4/2015 12/14/2015 Traditional Group Home Care, which requires a supervised group home environment for children and youth, aged thirteen (13) to twenty-one (21) with structured daily programming which incorporates a formalized behavior management model, on-site psycho-educational groups, and on-site life and social skill development. Boys Town of Washington D.C. Inc. Determination & Findings DC Child and Family Services Agency Ronaldw.davis@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
12/3/2015 12/13/2015 The District of Columbia Department of Health (DOH), HIV/AIDS, Hepatitis, STD and TB Administration (HAHSTA) is seeking a contractor to administer a youth focused Short Message Service ( SMS) that can provide anonymous sexual health information on demand. The overall impact of the program will be to provide medically accurate information and resources to assist in reducing the incidence of sexually transmitted diseases and unwanted pregnancies. The period of performance shall be 12 months from date of award with three option years. Planned Parenthood- Responsible Sex Education Institute Determination & Findings Department of Health gomeje.legesse3@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
12/2/2015 12/12/2015 The District of Columbia, Office of Contracting and Procurement (OCP), on behalf of the Office of the Attorney General, Child Support Services Division is seeking a contractor to establish and maintain the District’s State Disbursement Unit (SDU) in support of the Child Support Enforcement Program. System and Methods, Inc. Determination & Findings Office of Attorney General, Child Support Services Division denise.burton@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
12/2/2015 12/12/2015 The Department of Health Care Finance has a continuing need for a Contractor/Broker to manage and administer the District's Non-Emergency Transportation (NET) Services for the District's Medicaid Eligible Fee-For-Service (FFS) Recipients. Develop and maintain a network of transportation providers, receives and schedule recipients' transportation services, and monitors the delivery of these transportation services. Any disruption in this service would cause great harm or possibly death to the residents of the District who utilize the Non-Emergency Transportation (NET) services. The purpose of extending this sole source award is to ensure the safety of District residents and be in compliance with The Procurement Practices Act of 1985 without interruption while the District completes an award of a competitive procurement. To avoid disruption of this essential service, the District has determined it is in the best interest to extend the Sole Source Contract with MTM to continue providing Non-Emergency Transportation services as defined under the original contractual agreement. All mandatory terms and conditions shall be enforced and remain the same. Medical Transportation Management, Inc. (MTM) Determination & Findings Department of Health Care Finance (DHCF) monica.cobbs2@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
12/2/2015 12/12/2015 The Department of Health Care Finance has a continuing need for a Contractor/Broker to manage and administer the District's Non-Emergency Transportation (NET) Services for the District's Medicaid Eligible Fee-For-Service (FFS) Recipients. Develop and maintain a network of transportation providers, receives and schedule recipients' transportation services, and monitors the delivery of these transportation services. Any disruption in this service would cause great harm to the residents of the District who utilize the Non-Emergency Transportation (NET) services. The purpose of extending this sole source award is to ensure the safety of District residents and be in compliance with The Procurement Practices Act of 1985 without interruption while the District completes an award of a competitive procurement. To avoid disruption of this essential service, the District has determined it is in the best interest to extend the Sole Source Contract with MTM to continue providing Non-Emergency Transportation services as defined under the original contractual agreement. All mandatory terms and conditions shall be enforced and remain the same. Medical Transportation Management, Inc. (MTM) Determination & Findings Department of Health Care Finance (DHCF) Monica.Cobbs2@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
11/24/2015 12/4/2015 CFSA has the need for a provider, licensed in the State of Virginia, to provide Psychiatric Residential Treatment to District residents and eligible persons under the care of CFSA. This Residential Treatment Center provides to clients that have a DSM-IV diagnosis as specified through psychiatric evaluations. Requirements provided under the current contract are reasonable firm and continuing and are needed beyond the existing contract period. Renewal of this contract period will allow continuous contractual coverage for an additional period, which will satisfy the District’s existing need. ILIFF Nursing and Rehabilitation Determination & Findings Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA) cheryl.anderson@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
11/19/2015 11/29/2015 The District of Columbia, on behalf of the Department of Motor Vehicles has a need to continue services awarded under the Ticket Processing contract for the period from January 3, 2016 through January 2, 2017. These services are currently provided under contract number POKV-2006-C-0064 Xerox State and Local Solutions Determination & Findings DMV nicole.smith-mcdermott@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
11/18/2015 11/28/2015 System Evaluation Services: CFSA requires the immediate services of a third party familiar with the District’s Trauma System and system of Care Grant. The third party is required to evaluate a federal “demonstration project” involving the use of federal title IV-4 funds to implement and expand community-and-home based services for children and families that CFSA serves. Coordinated Care Services, Inc. Determination & Findings Children and Family Services Agency Calvinl.mcfadden@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
11/18/2015 11/28/2015 The Department of Human Services (DHS) Economic Security Administration is seeking a vendor to provide transportation services to single and indigent singles and families. Traveler’s Aid Washington, D.C. Determination & Findings tamika.freeman2@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
11/18/2015 11/28/2015 The Office of Contracting and Procurement, on behalf of the Department of Consumer and Regulatory Affairs (DCRA), Occupational and Professional Licensing Administration (OPLA) is awarding the current contractor NCS Pearson, Inc. to provide technical, managerial and administrative services needed to facilitate the transition of DCRA’s licensing operation function from NCS Pearson to a new contractor in order to avoid a disruption in services during the six-month transition process. NCS Pearson, Inc. Determination & Findings Department of Consumer and Regulatory Affairs peter.kern@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
11/17/2015 11/27/2015 Segway I2 Patroller Segway, Inc. Determination & Findings DC Metropolitan Police Department Janet.concepcion2@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
11/16/2015 11/26/2015 The District of Columbia Office of Contracting and Procurement on behalf of DCHR (the District) is seeking a vision care service provider, third party administrator or insurance provider (Contractor) to provide a high quality, cost effective, and accessible prepaid vision care services plan for approximately 27,000 union and non-union employees of the Government of the District of Columbia. The period of performance shall be from December 11, 2015 through December 31, 2015. Quality Plan Administrators, Inc. Determination & Findings Department of Human Resources (DCHR) Kenneth.wallington@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
11/12/2015 11/22/2015 Determination and Findings For A Sole Source Procurement/ Buildout Services for Modular Furniture Anacostia Management Company Determination & Findings Department of Housing and Community Development Dawn.Mayo2@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
11/9/2015 11/19/2015 Comprehensive Oral Health Services. The Contractor shall provide access to comprehensive oral health services for DC Medicaid beneficiaries including a dental provider network. The Contractor shall also provide Beneficiary services, and related administrative and support services for DC Medicaid eligible beneficiaries to access oral health services in their provider network. The total number of the District’s Medicaid eligible Fee for Service (FFS) beneficiaries QPA provides a capacity of services for District residents of non-participating Medicaid providers for 10,000 children and 50,000 adults as fee- for- service as described in section C. Any disruption in these services would cause great harm to the residents of the District who are under the care of providers in the QPA network. QPA provides Medicaid fee-for-service recipients with access to their dental network in order to maintain good oral health. Furthermore, any disruption to these services would cause the District a financial burden. The purpose of this Sole Source award is to ensure continued essential comprehensive oral health services for the children and adults in the District’s fee-for-service population. Quality Plan Administrators Determination & Findings Department of Health Care Finance janelle.taylor2@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
11/5/2015 11/15/2015 The Department of Health Care Finance (DHCF or the Agency) of the District of Columbia (District) has a minimum need to continue Temporary Staffing Services for personnel to ensure the District meets the needs of DC Medicaid beneficiaries (“Beneficiaries”) who have been determined eligible for, and in need of, Personal Care Aide (PCA) services. Universal Home Healthcare, Inc. Determination & Findings Department of Health Care Finance helena.barbour@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
10/29/2015 11/8/2015 The District of Columbia (District), Office of Contracting and Procurement (OCP) on behalf of the Department of Youth Rehabilitation Services (DYRS) requires the services of a contractor to provide "gender specific" Trauma Informed Residential Treatment Services at a secured facility for a youth that has been adjudicated in the District of Columbia's juvenile justice system and thus committed to the DYRS's care and custody. The period of performance shall be nine months from date of award. MBH of Ken bridge, LLC Determination & Findings Depa rtment of Youth Rehabilitation Services Rhonda.meriweather@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
10/29/2015 11/8/2015 The District of Columbia, Contracts and Procurement Administration, on behalf of the Child and Family Services (CAFS), is seeking a contractor to provide tangible tools and technical assistance to build long-term staff capacity for data literacy and data-based decision making. The Contractor will create a tailored technical assistance plan for each Collaborative organization to build upon current assets and work with Collaborative staff and management to build adaptive culture, transitioning to performance-driven data literacy in addition to gathering data for compliance. DC Action for Children Today Determination & Findings Child and Family Services Ebony.Terrell@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
10/22/2015 11/1/2015 The Metropolitan Police Department has a continuing need for a Contractor to provide occupational healthcare and ancillary healthcare services at the Police and Fire Clinic for all Covered Employees of the Metropolitan Police Department (MPD), the Fire and Emergency Medical Services Department (FEMS), the United States Park Police (USPP), the United States Secret Service Uniformed Division, the D.C. Housing Authority, the DC Department of the Environment (DDOE), and the Protective Services Police Department, Department of General Services (DGS) which are provided currently through a contract between the District of Columbia Government and PFC Associates, LLC (PFC).This service is mandated by District of Columbia Official Code § 5-631 et seq. It is critical that the specified public safety group members continue treatment and program requirements presently mandated by law. An interruption in service would be detrimental to the District's public safety. If the District fails to provide services to its employees and workers’ compensation beneficiaries, as mandated by D.C. Law, then it would be in direct violation of the law (D.C. Code § 44-504).To avoid a disruption of these essential services, the District has determined it is in the best interest to enter into a Sole Source Contract with PFC to continue providing occupational healthcare and ancillary healthcare services.The services provided by PFC are necessary to ensure continuity and avoid any stoppage of services for the District's Public Safety Group Members to attend scheduled medical appointments and minimize any serious disruption in agency operation, whereas, the contractor shall continue to operate with a valid contract.PFC has performed the required occupational and ancillary healthcare services satisfactorily since it was awarded the contract. PFC Associates, LLC Determination & Findings Metropolitan Police Department rbehi@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
10/22/2015 11/1/2015 Office of the State Superintendent of Education - BUILD. The Office of the State Superintendent of Education (OSSE), Division of Early Learning (DEL) has an immediate requirement to become part of a nationally recognized consortium of member states that focus on the implementation of high quality early childhood education to provide capacity building, technical assistance and professional development for agency staff, District of Columbia early childhood educators, and District of Columbia community based organizations offering subsidized early childhood education services. In order to further advance the establishment of high quality publically funded early childhood education D.C. Official Code §271.01 et seq (2008; Amended 2010) and licensing (29 D.C. Mun. Regs. § 300 et seq) in the District of Columbia. The period of performance will be from Nov. 5, 2015 through Nov. 4, 2016. Third Sector New England Determination & Findings Office of the State Superintendent of Education anthonisha.felton@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
10/22/2015 11/1/2015 The Government of the District of Columbia, Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA), has an immediate need for the services of Foster and Adoptive Parent Advocacy Center to provide services under the scope of work which includes better communication with the resource parents, training, newsletters and other mailings, bridging the gap between the agency and the resource parents, and helping to recruit more resource parents in the district. Foster and Adoptive Parent Advocacy Center Determination & Findings Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA) shamika.place@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
10/22/2015 11/1/2015 The Government of the District of Columbia, Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA), has an immediate need for the services of a Contractor to provide a Parent Education Support program for clients of CFSA. Collaborative Solutions for Communities Determination & Findings Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA) shamika.place@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
10/22/2015 11/1/2015 The Government of the District of Columbia, Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA), has an immediate need for the services of a Contractor to provide a Parent Education Support program for clients of CFSA. East River Family Support Collaborative Determination & Findings Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA) shamika.place@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
10/22/2015 11/1/2015 The Government of the District of Columbia, Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA), has an immediate need for the services of a Contractor to provide a Parent Education Support program for clients of CFSA. Healthy Babies Determination & Findings Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA) shamika.place@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
10/22/2015 11/1/2015 The Government of the District of Columbia, Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA), has an immediate need for the services of a Contractor to provide a Parent Education Support program for clients of CFSA. CentroNia Determination & Findings Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA) shamika.place@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
10/21/2015 10/31/2015 Training and Technical Assistance/ Contractor to continue implementation, training and technical assistance to the Child and Family Services Agency of Washington, D.C. for the trauma informed and focused care provided within their child welfare system KVC Health Systems, Inc. Determination & Findings DC Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA) yorjai.chandy2@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
10/20/2015 10/30/2015 Since 2011 Epicenter has provided PCSB with an online educational management application. The application allows PCSB to collect school policies, contracts, assurances, and other operational data from the public charter schools under its purview. To fulfill its oversight responsibilities, PCSB must continue to collect these data using the same business rules, methodology, technology, and software. In addition to maintaining support for data reporting tools, PCSB must continue its contract with Epicenter because the data systems and procedures of the public charter schools and the Office of the State Superintendent of Education are aligned for PCSB to collect data in Epicenter. Epicenter Determination & Findings DC Public Charter School Board ryoung@dcpcsb.org NIAS.info@dc.gov
10/20/2015 10/30/2015 The Department on Disability Services (DDS), Developmental Disabilities Administration (DDA), requires the continued services of a local and national expert in primary care for persons with intellectual and developmental disabilities (IADD), academic medicine and quality care to continue to address the quality, availability, access to and consistent implementation of health care for persons served by DDS. These services are required to assist the agency in implementing DDA’s Health Care Initiative effective May 12, 2008 and meet requirements of the 2010 Revision of the 2001 Plan for Compliance and Conclusion of Evans v. Bowser in fiscal year 2016 and beyond. Aging and Family Services of Mineral County, Inc. Determination & Findings Department on Disability Services Tyree.Johnson3@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
10/19/2015 10/29/2015 Streetlight asset management services M.C. Dean, Inc. Determination & Findings District Department of Transportation (DDOT) cora.boykin@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
10/16/2015 10/26/2015 Pharmacy Benefits Manager Ramsell Determination & Findings DC Department of Health derrick.burke2@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
10/9/2015 10/19/2015 The Government of the District of Columbia, Office of the Deputy Mayor for Planning and Economic Development (“DMPED” or “District”) has a minimum need for a contractor to provide publications, mentoring services, space finding tours, economic quarterly data and analysis, and sponsorship events around Business Attraction and Retention for the District. Washington DC Economic Partnership Determination & Findings Office of the Deputy Mayor for Planning and Economic Development lindel.reid@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
10/5/2015 10/15/2015 The District of Columbia, Office of Contracting and Procurement (OCP), on behalf of the Office of the Attorney General, Child Support Services Division is seeking a contractor to establish and maintain the District’s State Disbursement Unit (SDU) in support of the Child Support Enforcement Program. System and Methods, Inc. Determination & Findings Office of Attorney General, Child Support Services Division denise.burton@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
10/1/2015 10/11/2015 Medical Care for Chronically Ill Youth / Medical Care for chronically ill youth that require an advanced level of care. The HSC Pediatric Center Determination & Findings Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA) yorjai.chandy2@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
10/1/2015 10/11/2015 Congregate Care Services/ Providing emergency congregate care services (shelter) for multiple youth in CFSA’s custody. Sasha Bruce Youthworks Determination & Findings DC Child and Family Services Agency aaron.holland2@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
10/1/2015 10/11/2015 The District of Columbia, Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA or the Agency) has a minimum need to provide psychiatric residential treatment services in Malvern PA for children under the care of CFSA and their families. Devereux Beneto Determination & Findings Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA) Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA) NIAS.info@dc.gov
9/29/2015 10/9/2015 The District of Columbia, Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA or the Agency) has a minimum need to provide psychiatric residential treatment services in Kennesaw, GA for children under the care of CFSA and their families (DC Medicaid Funded). Devereux Georgia Determination & Findings Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA) cheryl.anderson@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
9/25/2015 10/5/2015 The Department of Employment Services, Tax Division has an immediate need for a Contractor to provide call center and customer service services for the Employer Self Service Portal (ESSP) Help Desk. Digidoc, Inc. t/a Document Manager Determination & Findings The Department of Employment Services Tia.mercer@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
9/23/2015 10/3/2015 INMATE TELEPHONE SERVICE.The Office of Contracting and Procurement, on behalf of the Department of Corrections is awarding a sole source contract extension to Inmate Telephone, Inc., until a new contract can be competitively awarded , the incumbent contractor will continue to provide inmate telephone services for the Department of Corrections, including required labor, equipment, and materials beyond the expiration date of September 30, 2015, from October 1, 2015 through March 31, 2016 Inmate Telephone Inc. Determination & Findings Department of Corrections Eric.gordon@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
9/18/2015 9/28/2015 The Department on Disability Services (DDS), Developmental Disabilities Administration (DDA), requires the continued services of a local and national expert in primary care for persons with intellectual and developmental disabilities (IADD), academic medicine and quality care to continue to address the quality, availability, access to and consistent implementation of health care for persons served by DDS. These services are required to assist the agency in implementing DDA's Health Care Initiative effective May 12, 2008 and meet requirements of the 2010 Revision of the 2001 Plan for Compliance and Conclusion of Evans v. Bowser in fiscal year 2016 and beyond. Jewish Foundation Determination & Findings Department on Disability Services Danyel.Riley2@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
9/18/2015 9/28/2015 The Department of Columbia Office of Contracting and Procurement (OCP), on behalf of the Department of Corrections (DOC) (the “District”) has a continuing need for the contractor to continue to provide comprehensive off-site laundry services for an average daily population of up to 2164 inmates at the Central Detention Facility (CDF) located at 1901 D Street, SE, Washington, DC 20003. The service provider will pick up sorted dirty laundry such as linens, blankets, towels, jumpsuits, and personal items from the facility and deliver cleaned and sanitized, folded items; pickup and delivery of a pre-defined schedule for five (5) days a week. beyond the expiration date of September 30, 2015, from October 1, 2015 through December 31, 2015 Virginia Correctional Enterprises Determination & Findings District of Columbia Department of Corrections peter.kern@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
9/18/2015 9/28/2015 Clinical Family Therapy Services. The purpose of this clinical family therapy services is to identify issues related to family stability and preservation to adoption matters and to provide a pre and post permanency services for children with goal of adoption/guardianship. The Center for Adoption Support and Education, Inc. Determination & Findings DC Child and Family Services Agency lindar.thomas@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
9/18/2015 9/28/2015 CARES Operations and Maintenance Support Dieca Communications dba MegaPath, Inc. Determination & Findings DC Department of Health Stephanie.morgan@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
9/18/2015 9/28/2015 Warehouse Services. The Office of Contracting and Procurement, on behalf of the Department of Corrections is awarding a sole source contract extension to AECOM, until a new contract can be competitively awarded , the incumbent contractor will continue to provide Warehouse Services for the Department of Corrections, including required labor, equipment, and materials beyond the expiration date of September 30, 2015. The Office of Contracting and procurement plans to extend the current contract from October 1, 2015 to December 31, 2015. Aecom Determination & Findings Department of Corrections Eric.gordon@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
9/17/2015 9/27/2015 Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) Prompt Payment Review TreKnot Organization, LLC Determination & Findings District Department of Transportation Josephine.barrett-white@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
9/16/2015 9/26/2015 The Office of Contracting and Procurement, on behalf of the District of Columbia Department of Human Resources has a need to extend the existing development of the new classification system contract to enable Deloitte to provide implementation of “Go Live” technical support and consultation services on an as needed basis beyond the current contract expiration date of September 30, 2015, from October 1, 2015 through June 30, 2016. Deloitte Consulting, LLP Determination & Findings District of Columbia Department of Human Resources peter.kern@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
9/16/2015 9/26/2015 The Office of Contracting and Procurement, on behalf of the District of Columbia Department of Human Resources has a need to extend the existing development of the new compensation system contract to enable Deloitte to provide implementation of “Go Live” technical support and consultation services on an as needed basis beyond the current contract expiration date of September 30, 2015, from October 1, 2015 through June 30, 2016. Deloitte Consulting, LLP Determination & Findings District of Columbia Department of Human Resources peter.kern@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
9/15/2015 9/25/2015 Psychiatric Residential Treatment Services for children requiring intensive psychiatric residential services and presenting issues that cannot be served by traditional group home or independent living programs. KidsTLC Determination & Findings Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA) shamika.place@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
9/15/2015 9/25/2015 Scanning, Preservation and Conservation of Legacy Paper Records and Book Indexes SourceCorp BPS, Inc. Determination & Findings DC Department of Health Stephanie.morgan@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
9/11/2015 9/21/2015 Vehicle Inspection Station Equipment (Installation, Training and Maintenance) Envirotest Determination & Findings Department of Public Works Michael.spriggs4@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
9/10/2015 9/20/2015 The District of Columbia Office of Contracting and Procurement, on behalf of the Metropolitan Police Department (MPD) (the “District”) is seeking a contractor to provide Axon Body Worn Camera systems, to include warranty, maintenance and support. The contractor shall also provide trade-in for current body cameras. The Metropolitan Police Department (MPD) conducted a pilot project to evaluate five body worn camera options. MPD determined that the TASER Axon Body Camera System best meets its needs because it provides an all-in-one solution including: two camera models and accessories; automated docking stations that upload video and charge simultaneously; and, of significant importance, a data management system that allows MPD to manage and share digital evidence without needing local storage infrastructure or software. The TASER solution uniquely offers the capability for Officers to tag videos using a mobile application, allowing them to remain in the field. The TASER solution provides the MPD with cloud based data storage through Evidence.com. Using Evidence.com, the Department has already stored tens of thousands of videos. The Department would incur significant cost to transfer and store this data with another provider. TASER International, Inc. is the sole manufacturer and distributor of the TASER Digital Evidence Solution. TASER is also the sole developer and Offeror of the Evidence.com data management services. Evidence.com is both a division of TASER and a data management product solution offered by TASER. Evidence.com is not a separate corporate entity. TASER International, Inc. Determination & Findings Metropolitan Police Department Pamela.dickerson2@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
9/10/2015 9/20/2015 Streetlight asset management services M.C. Dean, Inc. Determination & Findings District Department of Transportation (DDOT) cora.boykin@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
9/9/2015 9/19/2015 Teen Bridge programming, which has a short-term placement in a supervised group home environment for youth, aged sixteen (16) to twenty-one (21) with structured preparation for self-sufficiency and transition to a less restrictive environment. Latin American Youth Center Determination & Findings DC Child and Family Services Agency Ronaldw.davis@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
9/9/2015 9/19/2015 Trauma Systems Therapy (TST) Coaching and Mentoring / Trauma informed practice is a highly specialized area of practice. Coaching and mentoring requires a person with extensive knowledge and experience of trauma practice with children and families involved in the child welfare system. Abyssinia Washington Clinical Consulting, LLC Determination & Findings Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA) patricia.lewis-miller@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
9/9/2015 9/19/2015 Mental Health Services.Providing one to one services to children and youth who are in the care of the District of Columbia, Child and Family Services Agency CFSA. Crawford Consulting and Mental Health Services, Inc. Determination & Findings DC Child and Family Services Agency aaron.holland2@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
9/9/2015 9/19/2015 Teen Bridge programming which has a short-term placement in a supervised group home environment for youth, aged sixteen (16) to twenty-one (21) with structured preparation for self-sufficiency and transition to a less restrictive environment. Maximum Quest Residential Care Facilities Determination & Findings DC Child and Family Services Agency Ronaldw.davis@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
9/9/2015 9/19/2015 Traditional Group Home Care, which requires a supervised group home environment for children and youth, aged thirteen (13) to twenty-one (21) with structured daily programming which incorporates a formalized behavior management model, on-site psycho-educational groups, and on-site life and social skill development. Boys Town of Washington D.C. Inc. Determination & Findings DC Child and Family Services Agency Ronaldw.davis@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
9/9/2015 9/19/2015 The Government of the District of Columbia, Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA), has the following continuing minimum need:a)a.) Professional Sanitarian to conduct investigations of official complaints alleging violations of unsanitary conditions at facilities housing CFSA youths. b.) b.) Professional Sanitarian shall provide general safety and environmental health services for a broad spectrum of facilities with potentially unsanitary, hazardous and/or health compromising conditions. Munir Malik Determination & Findings Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA) cheryl.anderson@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
9/1/2015 9/11/2015 Developmentally Disabled Program Services/ Specialized care for developmentally disabled children presenting issues that cannot be served by traditional group home or independent living programs. Integrated Community Services, Inc. (ICS) Determination & Findings Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA) yorjai.chandy2@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
9/1/2015 9/11/2015 Supervisory Training / Mastering the Art of Supervision in Child Welfare which is mandatory for all new supervisors. Marsha Salus Determination & Findings Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA) yorjai.chandy2@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
9/1/2015 9/11/2015 Father-Child Attachment program / Used to assist the fathers to improve their parenting skills, the program helps to prevent child abuse and neglect. Mary’s Center for Maternal and Child Care, Inc. Determination & Findings Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA) yorjai.chandy2@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
9/1/2015 9/11/2015 Rental of 600 Ton/ Hour Snow Melting Machine East Coast Sweeping, Inc. Determination & Findings Department of Public Works Michael.spriggs4@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
8/31/2015 9/10/2015 Office of the State Superintendent of Education - Annual Student Enrollment Audit. The Government of the District of Columbia, Office of the State Superintendent. The Government of the District of Columbia, Office of the State Superintendent of Education (District), has an immediate need for an independent auditor to conduct a census-type enrollment audit of sixty (60) District of Columbia local education agencies, which serve approximately two-hundred and twenty-five (225) public schools, one-hundred and forty-seven non-public schools (147) and ten (10) surrounding county school systems, and related services. The purpose of the audit is to assess the accuracy of enrollment counts, generated by OSSE, for the District of Columbia Public Schools (DCPS) and District of Columbia public charter schools (PCS); validate the number of students whose tuition, or education, in other schools or programs (i.e., special education non- public schools, surrounding county public schools, and District of Columbia youth incarceration programs), is paid for with funds available to the District of Columbia; validate the residency status of each student whose education is funded by the District of Columbia; and validate the number of students funded by the District of Columbia who have dropped out of a District of Columbia school or nonpublic school since the previous school year. The period of performance will be from Oct. 1, 2015 through Sept. 30, 2016. F.S. Taylor & Associates, P.C. Determination & Findings Office of the State Superintendent of Education anthonisha.felton@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
8/31/2015 9/10/2015 EMR Planning & Implementation Support Services SciMetrika, LLC Determination & Findings DC Department of Health Stephanie.morgan@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
8/27/2015 9/6/2015 The Government of the District of Columbia, Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA), has an immediate need for the current contractor to continue to provide administrative support services for the Grandparent Caregivers Program. Valorie Gainer Determination & Findings Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA) aaron.holland2@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
8/26/2015 9/5/2015 The Department of Health Care Finance has a minimum need to provide Actuarial Consulting Services. Contractor shall provide actuarially sound capitation rates for payments made by the District on periodic basis to each Managed Care Organization (MCO) for the provision of medical services under the District’s Medicaid or Alliance programs. The contract is to provide actuarially sound capitation rates for payments made by the District on periodic basis to each Managed Care Organization (MCO) for the provision of medical services under the District’s Medicaid or Alliance programs. To avoid disruption of this essential service the District has determined it is in the best interest to extend the Sole Source Contract with Mercer to continue providing actuarial services as defined under the original contractual agreement. All mandatory terms and conditions shall be enforced and remain the same Mercer Health & Benefits, LLC (Mercer) Determination & Findings Department of Health Care Finance (DHCF) monica.cobbs2@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
8/26/2015 9/5/2015 CW38977- Academic and Non-academic Educational Program at the Mary & Daniel Loughran Community Center. The Office of Contracting and Procurement on behalf of the Department of Parks and Recreation (DPR) seeks an organization, to operate and coordinate programming at the Mary & Daniel Loughran Community Center. The vendor shall provide a safe, engagmg environment and comprehensive academic and non-academic programming for youth ages 6-18 that live in the District of Columbia, during both the summer and the school year. Latin American Center for Youth Determination & Findings District of Columbia Department of Parks and Recreation (DPR) Simone.Richardson@dc. gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
8/24/2015 9/3/2015 The Office of Contracting and Procurement, on behalf of the Department of Consumer and Regulatory Affairs (DCRA) is awarding a sole source contract extension to Pearson Vue/NCS Pearson, Inc. Until a new contract can be competitively awarded, the incumbent contractor will continue to manage and operate the District’s professional licensing operation functions, including required personnel, equipment, and supplies beyond the expiration date of September 30, 2015, from October 1, 2015 through December 31, 2015. Pearson Vue/NCS Pearson, Inc. Determination & Findings Department of Consumer and Regulatory Affairs peter.kern@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
8/24/2015 9/3/2015 Administrative Services Organization Contract (PCG)-The District of Columbia (District) Department of Health Care Finance (DCHF) has a minimum need for a vendor to verify Medicaid claims from Partner Agencies before submission to the Fiscal Agent for processing as well as conduct quarterly audits of the paid Medicaid claims and associated documentation. The current vendor, Public Consulting Group (PCG), verifies these claims via an automated process using software that is proprietary to PCG.-DCHF has a minimum need for a vendor to verify Medicaid claims from Partner Agencies before submission to the Fiscal Agent for processing as well as conduct quarterly audits of the paid Medicaid claims and associated documentation using software (PCG Software) that is proprietary to PCG.-PCG Software must be used for the contract services referenced above because PCG designed and built PCG Software to the District’s specifications for the contract services. As a result, PCG Software is necessary to meet the District’s needs for the contract services. For example, PCG designed PCG Software to ensure that in the course of processing the Medicaid claims disallowances are reduced, and the monies provided to each agency are appropriate. In addition, PCG Software can be augmented to increase or decrease the number of validations of Medicaid claims as needed.-It would be prohibitive in terms of time and cost for the District to use software other than PCG software for the work at issue here. In order to use off the shelf software instead of PCG software, the District would have to pay a vendor to significantly modify the off the shelf software to meet the District’s needs and specifications for the contract services. This would result in significant costs to the District, and delays in providing the contract services.-The District agreed that only PCG will be permitted to perform contract services that require use of PCG Software as it is proprietary to PCG. Public Consulting Group Determination & Findings Department of Health Care Finance Kalvin.paddyfote@dc.gov nais.info@dc.gov
8/20/2015 8/30/2015 The Department of Health Care Finance (DHCF or the Agency) of the District of Columbia (District) has a minimum need to continue Temporary Staffing Services for personnel to ensure the District meets the needs of DC Medicaid beneficiaries (“Beneficiaries”) who have been determined eligible for, and in need of, Personal Care Aide (PCA) services. Lifeline, Inc. Determination & Findings Department of Health Care Finance helena.barbour@dc.gov nais.info@dc.gov
8/20/2015 8/30/2015 The Department of Health Care Finance (DHCF or the Agency) of the District of Columbia (District) has a minimum need to continue Temporary Staffing Services for personnel to ensure the District meets the needs of DC Medicaid beneficiaries (“Beneficiaries”) who have been determined eligible for, and in need of, Personal Care Aide (PCA) services. Integrated Community Services, Inc. Determination & Findings Department of Health Care Finance helena.barbour@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
8/20/2015 8/30/2015 The Department of Health Care Finance (DHCF or the Agency) of the District of Columbia (District) has a minimum need to continue Temporary Staffing Services for personnel to ensure the District meets the needs of DC Medicaid beneficiaries (“Beneficiaries”) who have been determined eligible for, and in need of, Personal Care Aide (PCA) services. MBI Health Services, LLC Determination & Findings Department of Health Care Finance helena.barbour@dc.gov nais.info@dc.gov
8/19/2015 8/29/2015 The Government of the District of Columbia, Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA), has the need for a Contractor to continue providing short term childcare services and manage the immediate or emergency short term childcare services for families involved with CFSA living in the District of Columbia (DC), Maryland (MD) or Tri-State area. The period of performance shall be September 2, 2015 to September 1, 2016. The contractor is a renowned and reputable company with employees certified and clearance equipped through numerous of background checks including but not limited to: National Criminal Database, Child Abuse Clearance National Sex Offender Registry National, State/County Criminal Records Check, and Warrants. The Contractor is the only source that can meet the minimum need of the District by providing continuing services to the children currently obtaining emergency childcare services. The clearance process takes a minimum of sixty (60) days, consequently no other contractor can mobilize in time to continue the services by September 2, 2015. Care.com Determination & Findings Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA) cheryl.anderson@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
8/19/2015 8/29/2015 The Government of the District of Columbia, Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA), has an immediate need for the services of Dr. Abyssinia Washington to provide trauma-focused mental health treatment to children recently removed from their biological home due to severe psychological trauma. Dr. Abyssinia Washington Determination & Findings Child and Family Services Ebony.Terrell@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
8/18/2015 8/28/2015 The Government of the District of Columbia, Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA), has an immediate need for the American Bar Association to help design a cohesive strategy to ensure education stability, achievement, and success for all children within the Child and Family Services Agency. American Bar Association Determination & Findings Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA) aaron.holland2@dc.gov jamie.morton@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
8/17/2015 8/27/2015 Court Monitor: Contractor was appointed by the District’s court to provide CFSA with court ordered monitoring of the LaShawn A. v. Bowser Implementation and Exit Plan. Center for the Study of Social Policy Determination & Findings Children and Family Services Agency Calvinl.mcfadden@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
8/13/2015 8/23/2015 The Government of the District of Columbia, Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA), has the need for a Contractor to continue to upgrade CFSA’s Structured Decision Making® system to align with CFSA’s new priorities on trauma-informed care and family functioning and to continue to conduct offsite case reading on the use of the new danger and safety assessment. Coaching will be conducted after completion of the case reading so that coaching can incorporate case reading conclusions. The period of performance shall be from October 1, 2015 to March 31, 2016 to ensure uninterrupted service delivery. Children’s Research Center, Division of Nat’l Council on Crime and Delinquency Determination & Findings Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA) cheryl.anderson@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
8/12/2015 8/22/2015 The Office of the Chief Technology Officer (the District) has a need to modify the existing contract (DCTO-2008-C-0135) with OST providing the District’s IT Staff Augmentation services. OST, Inc. Determination & Findings Office of the Chief Technology Officer Emily.Busch@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
8/10/2015 8/20/2015 Data, Accountability & Research. The Government of the District of Columbia, Office of Contracting and Procurement on behalf of the Office of the State Superintendent of Education (OSSE) seeks to engage in services of a contractor to identify and place a cohort of five (5) 10-month Analyst Fellows and One (1) 12-month Graduate School Policy Analyst Fellow to work on mission-critical projects for OSSE’s Division of Data Accountability and Research (ODAR). The Fellows must have significant experience in quantitative research and data analysis using statistical packages, such as STATA, R, or SPSS. Education Pioneers Determination & Findings Office of the State Superintendent of Education Alvinn.stith@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
8/7/2015 8/17/2015 The Government of the District of Columbia, Office of the Deputy Mayor for Planning and Economic Development (“DMPED” or “District”) has a minimum need for a contractor to provide data-based research reports to support DMPED’s Business Development activities and convene the DC business and data communities to push forward an aligned data strategy for DMPED’s Economic Intelligence initiatives. District of Columbia Chamber of Commerce Determination & Findings Office of the Deputy Mayor for Planning and Economic Development lindel.reid@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
8/4/2015 8/14/2015 The Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA) needs a contractor to maintain the AV equipment currently being operated by CFSA employees, and replace and integrate the system so that the equipment can function efficiently. Advanced Network Consulting Determination & Findings Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA) shamika.place@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
8/3/2015 8/13/2015 Jet Fuel South Capitol Heliport LLC Determination & Findings Metropolitan Police Department Gena.johnson@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
8/3/2015 8/13/2015 Comprehensive Oral Health Services The Contractor shall provide access to comprehensive oral health services for DC Medicaid beneficiaries including a dental provider network. The Contractor shall also provide Beneficiary services, and related administrative and support services for DC Medicaid eligible beneficiaries to access oral health services in their provider network. The total number of the District’s Medicaid eligible Fee for Service (FFS) beneficiaries QPA provides a capacity of services for District residents of non-participating Medicaid providers for 10,000 children and 50,000 adults as fee- for- service as described in section C. Any disruption in these services would cause great harm to the residents of the District who are under the care of providers in the QPA network. QPA provides Medicaid fee-for-service recipients with access to their dental network in order to maintain good oral health. Furthermore, any disruption to these services would cause the District a financial burden. The purpose of this Sole Source award is to ensure continued essential comprehensive oral health services for the children and adults in the District’s fee-for-service population. Quality Plan Administrators Determination & Findings Department of Health Care Finance janelle.taylor2@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
8/3/2015 8/13/2015 Seagrave Fire Pumper Refurbishment FWD Seagrave Fire Apparatus, LLC Determination & Findings DC Fire and Emergency Medical Services (DC FEMS) Sherman.squire2@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
8/3/2015 8/13/2015 The Government of the District of Columbia, Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA), has an immediate need for the services of Amelia Missieledies to provide individual and family therapy treatment in the Amharic language. Amelia Missieledies Determination & Findings Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA) trayshawn.miles@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
7/31/2015 8/10/2015 Automated Software Testing Platform and Professional Services The Government of the District of Columbia, Child and Family Services Agency, Child Information Systems Administration (CISA) is seeking a system integrator to provide licenses, training, professional services for implementation and annual maintenance. SauceLabs/Selenium and QualiTest Group Determination & Findings Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA) Pamela.glover@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
7/16/2015 7/26/2015 The District of Columbia, Office of Contracting and Procurement (OCP), on behalf of the Of the Fire and Emergency Medical Services Department (FEMS)engages Contractor to provide Emergency Medical Services (EMS) transport and treatment billing and collection services and an EMS Data Collection System (system) to collect and store data. Contractor shall provide the system at its sole expense. Advanced Data Processing Inc. Determination & Findings Fire and emergency Medical Services Agency Fire and emergency Medical Services Agency nias.info@dc.gov
7/1/2015 7/11/2015 Community Based Child Welfare Services/Development and implementation of a community-based child welfare service delivery network located in a distinct geographic area in the District and to work in tandem with CFSA by providing community-based, preventative and supportive aftercare and related child welfare services to District of Columbia residents, including wards of the District and their families, and families in crisis who are in danger of entering into the child welfare system Edgewood/Brookland Family Support Collaborative Determination & Findings DC Child and Family Services Agency Ronald W. Davis Jr. nias.info@dc.gov
7/1/2015 7/11/2015 Community Based Child Welfare Services/Development and implementation of a community-based child welfare service delivery network located in a distinct geographic area in the District and to work in tandem with CFSA by providing community-based, preventative and supportive aftercare and related child welfare services to District of Columbia residents, including wards of the District and their families, and families in crisis who are in danger of entering into the child welfare system. Collaborative Solutions for Communities Determination & Findings DC Child and Family Services Agency lindar.thomas@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
6/29/2015 7/9/2015 Streetlight asset management services M.C. Dean, Inc. Determination & Findings District Department of Transportation (DDOT) cora.boykin@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
6/26/2015 7/6/2015 The Office of Contracting and Procurement on behalf of the Department of Parks and Recreation (DPR) seeks an organization, to operate and coordinate programming at the Jelleff Recreation Center. The vendor shall provide a safe, engaging environment and comprehensive academic and non-academic programming for youth ages 6-18 that live in the District of Columbia, during both the summer and the school year. Boys and Girls Club of Greater Washington Determination & Findings Department of Parks and Recreation Simone.Richardson@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
6/25/2015 7/5/2015 Community Based Child Welfare Services/ Development and implementation of a community-based child welfare service delivery network located in a distinct geographic area in the District and to work in tandem with CFSA by providing community-based, preventative and supportive aftercare and related child welfare services to District of Columbia residents, including wards of the District and their families, and families in crisis who are in danger of entering into the child welfare system. Georgia Avenue Family Support Collaborative Determination & Findings DC Child and Family Services Agency Cheryl.anderson@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
6/25/2015 7/5/2015 Community Based Child Welfare Services/ Development and implementation of a community-based child welfare service delivery network located in a distinct geographic area in the District and to work in tandem with CFSA by providing community-based, preventative and supportive aftercare and related child welfare services to District of Columbia residents, including wards of the District and their families, and families in crisis who are in danger of entering into the child welfare system. Far Southeast Family Strengthening Collaborative Determination & Findings DC Child and Family Services Agency Calvinl.mcfadden@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
6/25/2015 7/5/2015 In-Patient Psychiatric Services: Provide in-patient psychiatric services for children and youth under the care of CFSA. Psychiatric Institute of Washington Determination & Findings Children and Family Services Agency Calvinl.mcfadden@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
6/24/2015 7/4/2015 The Government of the District of Columbia, herein referred to as “the District”, Office of Contracting and Procurement, on behalf of the District of Columbia’s Department of Human Resources (DCHR), seeks to engage the services of a contractor to administer a commuter benefit program for approximately 27,000 District employees, in accordance with IRS regulation Section 132(f). The period of performance shall be from October 1, 2015 through December 31, 2015. Automatic Data Processing, Inc. Determination & Findings Department of Human Resources (DCHR) Kenneth.wallington@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
6/23/2015 7/3/2015 The Government of the District of Columbia, Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA), has an immediate need for a Domestic Violence Assessor (contractor) to bridge the gap in services and help decrease a backlog of needed assessments to youth and adults clients of CFSA. Heather Shorten Determination & Findings Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA) aaron.holland2@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
6/19/2015 6/29/2015 Extension of Contract for Parking Enforcement System EZTag Determination & Findings Department of Public Works Gena. Johnson@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
6/19/2015 6/29/2015 Mental Health Services/ The Child and Family Services Agency, has an immediate need for the services of API Associates to provide mental health services. API Associates Determination & Findings Child and Family Services Agency aaron.holland2@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
6/17/2015 6/27/2015 CFSA has a need for the continued development and implementation of a community-based child welfare service delivery network located in Ward 7 in the District and to work in tandem with CFSA by providing community-based, preventative and supportive aftercare and related child welfare services to District of Columbia residents, including wards of the District and their families, and families in crisis who are in danger of entering into the child welfare system. East River Family Strengthening Collaborative, Inc. Determination & Findings Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA) robert.stona@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
6/11/2015 6/21/2015 The District of Columbia, Office of Contracting and Procurement (OCP), on behalf of the Office of the Attorney General, Child Support Services Division is seeking a contractor to establish and maintain the District's State Disbursement Unit (SDU) in support of the Child Support Enforcement Program. Systems and Methods, Inc. Determination & Findings Office of Attorney General,Child Support Services Division denise.burton@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
6/10/2015 6/20/2015 The District of Columbia, Contracts and Procurement Administration, on behalf of the Child and Family Services (CAFS), is seeking a contractor to provide tangible tools and technical assistance to build long-term staff capacity for data literacy and data-based decision making. The Contractor will create a tailored technical assistance plan for each Collaborative organization to build upon current assets and work with Collaborative staff and management to build adaptive culture, transitioning to performance-driven data literacy in addition to gathering data for compliance. DC Action for Children Determination & Findings Child and Family Services Ebony.Terrell@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
6/9/2015 6/19/2015 The Office of Contracting and Procurement on behalf of the Department of Health (DOH) Health Emergency Preparedness Response Administration (Department of Health (HEPRA) (The District), needs to award a sole source contract to Diogenec Group, LLC to continue to provide warehouse maintenance support to the DOH warehouse located on V Street, NE. Washington, DC. The warehouse maintenance support services consist of and not limited to the following: Inventory Supply, Bar-Coding, Labeling, Shelving and Storage of Emergency Supply Equipment. This warehouse houses a multitude of items, such as: varieties of medications, medical licensure files, sensitive documents and forms, syringes, IV solutions, oxygen tanks, automated external defibrillators (AEDs), furniture, technology and general office equipment. This warehouse is the District’s main source of supply for emergency preparedness paraphernalia. The incumbent contractor, Diogenec Group, LLC has been providing these required warehouse services on current contract since 2008. (Diogenec) is the only firm available immediately for the continued and undisruptive operational support, because to change contractor at this point is not feasible. The award to (Diogonec) would be an extension of the current contract No. DCHC-2010-C--2008. However, there is funding now to cover this extension and to proceed with a competitive solicitation to have a new contract in place on or before this six (6) months extension expires. The award will enable (Diogenec) to continue to provide undisrupted warehouse maintenance services to (HEPRA), (DOH), under the Emergency Medical Response program in the District until a new contract is awarded through competitive solicitation. The period of performance shall be from June 10, 2015 through November 09, 2015, when a new and competed contract should be ready. Diogenec Group, LLC Determination & Findings Office of Contracting and Procurement (OCP) for DC HEPRA michael.etekochay@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
6/9/2015 6/19/2015 The Government of the District of Columbia, Department of Health Care Finance has a need to maintain health care services for the District’s Medicaid eligible population enrolled in the Child and Adolescent Supplemental Security Income Program (CASSIP). The CASSIP program provides an array of comprehensive health care, mental health and substance abuse services to approximately 6,842 Medicaid eligible children and adolescents up to the age of twenty-six (26) with disabilities and complex health care needs. Health Care Services for Children with Special Needs, Inc. Determination & Findings Department of Health Care Finance (DHCF) Grace.alao@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
6/8/2015 6/18/2015 The Government of the District of Columbia, Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA), has an immediate need for the Campbell Center to help bridge the gap of a low assessment and treatment completion rate by supplying peer support services to motivate and engage youth who need to recognize and address substance use disorders by completing assessments, entering a treatment program, and completing treatment. Campbell Center Services Determination & Findings Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA) aaron.holland2@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
6/5/2015 6/15/2015 Recycling Collection Program Services (Sole Source Extension of Contract) WM Recycle America, LLC Determination & Findings DC Department of Public Works janet.concepcion2@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
5/29/2015 6/8/2015 a. The Department of Corrections (DOC) of the District of Columbia has a need for continuous coverage for a full continuum of health care services to provide Comprehensive Medical and Mental Health Services to an estimated population of 2,200 inmates housed in the Central Detention Facility (CDF), 1901 D Street, SE; the Correctional Treatment Facility (CTF), 1901 E Street, SE, and four (4) Community Correctional Centers under the Community- Oriented Correctional Health Care (COCHC) model. The contractor must be able to perform services starting on October 1, 2015.The period of performance is October 1, 2015 through September 30, 2016. Unity Health Care Inc. Determination & Findings DC Department of Corrections Peter.kern@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
5/29/2015 6/8/2015 Trauma Systems Therapy/training and technical assistance to implement trauma informed and focused care within the child welfare system KVC Health Systems, Inc. Determination & Findings Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA) yorjai.chandy2@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
5/29/2015 6/8/2015 Ambulance Purchase FESCO dba Laake Enterprises Determination & Findings DC Fire and Emergency Medical Services (DC FEMS) wanda.brevard@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
5/28/2015 6/7/2015 The Government of the District of Columbia, Department of Health Care Finance has a need to maintain health care services for the District’s Medicaid eligible population enrolled in the Child and Adolescent Supplemental Security Income Program(CASSIP). The CASSIP program provides an array of comprehensive health care, mental health and substance abuse services to approximately 6,842 Medicaid eligible children and adolescents up to the age of twenty-six (26) with disabilities and complex health care needs. Due to the specific, repetitive, complicated disorders and diagnoses of CASSIP enrollees, it is essential that each enrollee and his or her family receive intensive Case Management, Care Coordination and support throughout their childhood and adolescence, including during transition from one program to another. All aspects of care are family-centered, communication with and education of the family is frequent, and communication among each enrollee’s team of Providers is routine to ensure effective administration. CASSIP enrollees receive medically necessary services for physical health, mental and behavioral health, and substance abuse, nursing home care, Intermediate Care Facilities for Mental Retardation (ICF/MR) and residential treatment services. The Period of Performance is October 1, 2015 to September 30, 2016, while the long term requirement is being solicited, evaluated and awarded to the successful Contractor. Health Care Services for Children with Special Needs, Inc. Determination & Findings Department of Health Care Finance (DHCF) Grace.alao@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
5/27/2015 6/6/2015 As part of the District’s efforts to help make the District of Columbia the greenest and most sustainable city in the nation, the “DC Green Diet” aims to foster sustainability into every household in the District of Columbia by establishing a new social norm in green living and resource conservation. This new green social norm will occur when a specific density of the population has engaged in the “DC Green Diet”—a 90-day challenge that results in lasting behavioral change with direct, measurable financial environmental benefits. The goal for each resident engaged in the program is a lifestyle change that would save them an average of $2,000 each year in utility costs and lower their individual carbon footprint by one third or about 6,000 tons. Going Green Today Determination & Findings District Department of the Environment (DDOE) Robyn.johhnson2@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
5/26/2015 6/5/2015 The District of Columbia, Child and Family Services Agency has an immediate need for a contractor to provide training for Quality Services Reviews (QSR) The Child Welfare Policy & Practice Group Determination & Findings DC Child and Family Services Agency Patricia.lewis-miller@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
5/15/2015 5/25/2015 The Government of the District of Columbia, Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA), has the need for Contractor continue to provide FACES.NET Maintenance and Support Services until a new contract for this service is awarded for its web-based Statewide Automated Child Welfare Information System (SACWIS), named FACES.NET. The proposed period of performance for this extension of option year two (2) contract is August 1, 2015 through July 31, 2016. Deloitte Consulting, LLP Determination & Findings Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA) cheryl.anderson@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
5/15/2015 5/25/2015 Home Visitation program / Part of the network of primary prevention programs; the program helps to prevent child abuse and neglect. Mary’s Center for Maternal and Child Care, Inc. Determination & Findings Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA) yorjai.chandy2@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
5/15/2015 5/25/2015 Home Visitation program / Part of the network of primary prevention programs; the program helps to prevent child abuse and neglect. Mary’s Center for Maternal and Child Care, Inc. Determination & Findings Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA) yorjai.chandy2@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
5/15/2015 5/25/2015 The Government of the District of Columbia, Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA), has the need for a Contractor to provide Specialized Family Based Foster Care, licensed in the state of Maryland to continue care of this one youth that has been under the care of this Contractor’s services since 1999. The period of performance shall be from July 01, 2015 through June 30, 2016 to ensure uninterrupted service delivery to the youth currently placed at the facility that cannot be served by traditional group home or independent living programs. This child is currently obtaining services from the Contractor so as to not disrupt the clinical progress. Mentor Maryland, Inc. Determination & Findings Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA) cheryl.anderson@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
5/13/2015 5/23/2015 a. The Department of Corrections (DOC) of the District of Columbia has a need for continuous coverage for a full continuum of health care services to provide Comprehensive Medical and Mental Health Services to an estimated population of 2,200 inmates housed in the Central Detention Facility (CDF), 1901 D Street, SE; the Correctional Treatment Facility (CTF), 1901 E Street, SE, and four (4) Community Correctional Centers under the Community- Oriented Correctional Health Care (COCHC) model. The contractor must be able to perform services starting on July 1, 2015.The period of performance is July 1, 2015 through September 30, 2015. Unity Health Care Inc. Determination & Findings DC Department of Corrections Peter.kern@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
5/13/2015 5/23/2015 The Department on Disability Services (DDS), Developmental Disabilities Administration (DDA), requires services of a contractor with demonstrated capacity and experience working with the District’s DDA service delivery system, Hospital, Primary Care, Specialty Care, Nursing and Clinical associations and networks, Medical Schools, and the DC Departments of Health and Health Care Finance to advance a quality assurance and improvement initiative to assist DDS in meeting its regulatory and legal requirements in conclusion of the more than 37-year old case of Evans vs. Bowser, and focus on health and related issues that impact access to quality services and supports and ultimately the quality of life for people with intellectual disabilities. Georgetown University, Center for Child and Human Development – University Center for Excellence in Developmental Disabilities Determination & Findings Department on Disability Services Maureen.Hill@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
5/13/2015 5/23/2015 a. The Department of Corrections (DOC) of the District of Columbia has a need for continuous coverage for a full continuum of health care services to provide Comprehensive Medical and Mental Health Services to an estimated population of 2,200 inmates housed in the Central Detention Facility (CDF), 1901 D Street, SE; the Correctional Treatment Facility (CTF), 1901 E Street, SE, and four (4) Community Correctional Centers under the Community- Oriented Correctional Health Care (COCHC) model. The contractor must be able to perform services starting on July 1, 2015. The period of performance is July 1, 2015 through September 30, 2015. Unity Health Care Inc. Determination & Findings DC Department of Corrections Peter.kern@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
5/11/2015 5/21/2015 Data Warehouse Systems Integration & ETL ServicesThe Government of the District of Columbia, Department of Health Care Finance (DHCF) has an immediate need for a contractor to provide the implementation and the integration services in support of the deployment and operationalization of a parallel data warehouse (PDW) appliance as part of an ongoing project to establish a DHCF data warehouse (DW). Given the larger capacity of data files the new data warehouse is required to process and also the need to significantly improve on the current data query performance associated with the current Xerox/ACS data mart, DHCF has decided to acquire and deploy a parallel data warehouse (PDW) appliance as the central back-end system architecture. PDW appliances are designed to distribute large workloads among multiple semi-independent computing nodes in order to significantly speedup processing and query performance times. The application of this "massively parallel processing" technology all but guarantees better data query and report generation performance metrics in comparison to symmetric multiprocessing (SMP) systems which use single server systems or clusters. However, even though PDW appliances are not unique, it requires specific service integrators to correctly install, configure and tune the devises for optimal performance. This particular appliance is manufactured by Dell and the system software is provided by Microsoft. Scalability Expert’s’ knowledge and understanding of these unique connections and processing methods coupled with their healthcare experience qualifies them as the only vendor that can provide the systems integrations services required for DHCF Analytics Platform System (APS) project. The purpose of this Sole Source award is to ensure that DHCF has a parallel data warehouse as the central back-end system architecture to meet the current and future requirements of data query performance. Scalability Experts Determination & Findings Department of Health Care Finance Kalvin.paddyfote2@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
5/11/2015 5/21/2015 The Metropolitan Police Department has a continuing need for a Contractor to provide occupational healthcare and ancillary healthcare services at the Police and Fire Clinic for all Covered Employees of the Metropolitan Police Department (MPD), the Fire and Emergency Medical Services Department (FEMS), the United States Park Police (USPP), the United States Secret Service Uniformed Division, the D.C. Housing Authority, the DC Department of the Environment (DDOE), and the Protective Services Police Department, Department of General Services (DGS) which are provided currently through a contract between the District of Columbia Government and PFC Associates, LLC (PFC). It is critical that the specified public safety group members continue treatment and program requirements presently mandated by law. An interruption in service would be detrimental to the District's public safety. If the District fails to provide services to its employees and workers’ compensation beneficiaries, as mandated by D.C. Law, then it would be in direct violation of the law (D.C. Code § 44-504). To avoid a disruption of these essential services, the District has determined it is in the best interest to enter into a Sole Source Contract with PFC to continue providing occupational healthcare and ancillary healthcare services. The services provided by PFC are necessary to ensure continuity and avoid any stoppage of services for the District's Public Safety Group Members to attend scheduled medical appointments and minimize any serious disruption in agency operation, whereas, the contractor shall continue to operate with a valid contract. PFC has performed the required occupational and ancillary healthcare services satisfactorily since it was awarded the contract. PFC Associates, LLC Determination & Findings Metropolitan Police Department Pamela.dickerson2@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
5/6/2015 5/16/2015 The Department of Health Care Finance has a continuing need for a Contractor/Broker to manage and administer the District's Non-Emergency Transportation (NET) Services for the District's Medicaid Eligible Fee-For-Service (FFS) Recipients. Develop and maintain a network of transportation providers, receives and schedule recipients' transportation services, and monitors the delivery of these transportation services.Any disruption in this service would cause great harm to the residents of the District who utilize the Non-Emergency Transportation (NET) services. The purpose of extending this sole source award is to ensure the safety of District residents and be in compliance with The Procurement Practices Act of 1985 without interruption while the District completes an award of a competitive procurement. To avoid disruption of this essential service, the District has determined it is in the best interest to extend the Sole Source Contract with MTM to continue providing Non-Emergency Transportation services as defined under the original contractual agreement. All mandatory terms and conditions shall be enforced and remain the same. Medical Transportation Management, Inc. (MTM) Determination & Findings Department of Health Care Finance (DHCF) monica.cobbs2@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
5/1/2015 5/11/2015 Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA) has an urgent need for mentoring services. The Contractor shall provide one on one mentoring services for D.Williams, a child currently in CFSA' s care. The contractor shall provide one on one mentoring services that includes, engaging in activities that the youth enjoys, expose youth to various community activities, as well as provide one on one life coaching skills. J.U.M.P Determination & Findings Child and Family Services Ebony.Terrell@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
4/27/2015 5/7/2015 Building Services for Newly Installed Furniture Anacostia Management Company Determination & Findings Department of Housing and Community Development shafiq.choudhary@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
4/21/2015 5/1/2015 DCKA-2015-C-0033 / Provide water sanitation maintenance and waste removal for the DC Streetcar Car Barn Training Center temporary facility. Tasks shall include removal and disposal of waste from the office site trailers for Streetcar Temporary Maintenance facility located at 2550 Benning Road NE, Washington, DC 20003. Don’s Johns Determination & Findings DDOT Lisa.smith@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
4/21/2015 5/1/2015 Asphalt Mix Fort Myer Construction Corporation Determination & Findings DISTRICT DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION deborah.bryant@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
4/21/2015 5/1/2015 The Government of the District of Columbia, Department of Health Care Finance has a need to maintain health care services for the District’s Medicaid eligible population enrolled in the Child and Adolescent Supplemental Security Income Program (CASSIP). The CASSIP program provides an array of comprehensive health care, mental health and substance abuse services to approximately 6,842 Medicaid eligible children and adolescents up to the age of twenty-six (26) with disabilities and complex health care needs. Due to the specific, repetitive, complicated disorders and diagnoses of CASSIP enrollees, it is essential that each enrollee and his or her family receive intensive Case Management, Care Coordination and support throughout their childhood and adolescence, including during transition from one program to another. All aspects of care are family-centered,communication with and education of the family is frequent,and communication among each enrollee’s team of Providers is routine to ensure effective administration.CASSIP enrollees receive medically necessary services for physical health, mental and behavioral health, and substance abuse, nursing home care, Intermediate Care Facilities for Mental Retardation (ICF/MR) and residential treatment services.The Period of Performance is July 10, 2015 to September 30, 2015,while the long term requirement is being solicited, evaluated an awarded to the successful Contractor. Health Care Services for Children with Special Needs, Inc. Determination & Findings Department of Health Care Finance (DHCF) Grace.alao@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
4/17/2015 4/27/2015 The Government of the District of Columbia (District), Department on Disability Services (DDS) seeks a contractor certified as a Quality Improvement Organization (QIO) or QIO – like entity by the U.S. Department of Health & Human Services, Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) to conduct Provider Certification Reviews (PCRs), Individual Support Plan (ISP) utilization reviews and Service Coordination Performance Audits of CMS Home and Community Based Services (HCBS) Waiver Providers for residents of the District of Columbia with intellectual and developmental disabilities (IDD). The contractor must have the capability to begin services starting on May 8, 2015. Liberty Healthcare Corporation Determination & Findings Department on Disability Services Maureen.Hill@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
4/17/2015 4/27/2015 Central Cell Block Clinic (CCBC) Nurse Practitioner CW25274 / The Department of Corrections needs to extend the current contract to provide Registered/Licensed Nurse Practitioners for urgent/emergency medical assessment and stabilization services, inducting first aid, cardiopulmonary resuscitation, and arranging 911 services for arrestees at the Central Cell Block Clinic (CCBC). The period of performance is expected to be from May 1, 2015 through September 30, 2015. MBI Determination & Findings Department of Corrections keia.brooks@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
4/9/2015 4/19/2015 Recycling Collection Program Services (Sole Source Extension of Contract) WM Recycle America, LLC Determination & Findings DC Department of Public Works Janet.concepcion2@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
4/6/2015 4/16/2015 The Department of Health Care Finance has a minimum need to provide Actuarial Consulting Services. Contractor shall provide actuarially sound capitation rates for payments made by the District on periodic basis to each Managed Care Organization (MCO) for the provision of medical services under the District’s Medicaid or Alliance programs. The contract is to provide actuarially sound capitation rates for payments made by the District on periodic basis to each Managed Care Organization (MCO) for the provision of medical services under the District’s Medicaid or Alliance programs. To avoid disruption of this essential service the District has determined it is in the best interest to extend the Sole Source Contract with Mercer to continue providing actuarial services as defined under the original contractual agreement. All mandatory terms and conditions shall be enforced and remain the same. Mercer Government Human Services Consulting Determination & Findings Department of Health Care Finance monica.cobbs2@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
4/2/2015 4/12/2015 In February 2015, the District Department of the Environment (DDOE) applied for and was selected through a competitive process to serve as a host organization for the Environmental Defense Fund (EDF) Climate Corp Fellowship program to support work on climate change and green building. The EDF Climate Corps is a competitive fellowship program through which EDF recruits and trains top graduate students and then places them in leading organizations to provide expert hands-on support for energy and climate change initiatives. Specifically, DDOE is seeking the support of an EDF fellow to conduct research and analysis on potential programs to expand the adoption of cool roofs throughout the District. Environmental Defense Fund Determination & Findings District Department of the Environment Robyn.johhnson2@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
3/30/2015 4/9/2015 The Government of the District of Columbia (District), Department on Disability Services (DDS) seeks a contractor certified as a Quality Improvement Organization (QIO) or QIO – like entity by the U.S. Department of Health & Human Services, Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) to conduct Provider Certification Reviews (PCRs), Individual Support Plan (ISP) utilization reviews and Service Coordination Performance Audits of CMS Home and Community Based Services (HCBS) Waiver Providers for residents of the District of Columbia with intellectual and developmental disabilities (IDD). The contractor must have the capability to begin services starting on May 8, 2015. Liberty Healthcare Corporation Determination & Findings Department on Disability Services Maureen.Hill@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
3/26/2015 4/5/2015 Management and Leadership Training Consultant Georgetown University Determination & Findings Child and Family Services Agency aaron.holland2@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
3/25/2015 4/4/2015 Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA) requires custom coding for an Authentication/Account Management tool to facilitate login requirements for various applications to include FACES.net. SecureAuth Corporation Determination & Findings Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA) shamika.place@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
3/23/2015 4/2/2015 The Office of the Chief Technology Officer (the District) has a need to modify the existing contract (DCTO-2008-C-0135) with OST providing the District’s IT Staff Augmentation services. OST, Inc. Determination & Findings Office of the Chief Technology Officer Emily.Busch@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
3/19/2015 3/29/2015 Safe Families for Children Program / Providing Community Based Child Welfare services Lydia Home Association Determination & Findings Child and Family Services Agency aaron.holland2@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
3/19/2015 3/29/2015 CFSA has the need for a provider, licensed in the State of Maryland, to provide Psychiatric Residential Treatment to District residents and eligible persons under the care of CFSA. This Residential Treatment Center provides to clients that have a DSM-IV diagnosis as specified through psychiatric evaluations. Requirements provided under the current contract are reasonable firm and continuing and are needed beyond the existing contract period. Renewal of this contract will allow continuous contractual coverage for additional periods which will satisfy the District’s existing need. Adventist HealthCare (DCRL-2015-D-0065) Determination & Findings Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA) cheryl.anderson@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
3/16/2015 3/26/2015 Mental Health Services/ The Child and Family Services Agency, has an immediate need for the services of API Associates to provide mental health services. Functions that include individual, play and family therapy for children and their families who are in the care of the Child and Family Services Agency. API Associates Determination & Findings Child and Family Services Agency aaron.holland2@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
3/11/2015 3/21/2015 The Department of Employment Services has need for storage (archival) and retrieval services for cases files and documents in the worker’s compensation and unemployment compensation program. Iron Mountain Determination & Findings Department of Employment Services Helen.Tilahun2@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
3/10/2015 3/20/2015 The Government of the District of Columbia, Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA), has a continuous need to obtain web services and license agreements for the use of Child and Adolescent Functional Assessment Scale (CAFAS) and the Pre-school and Early Childhood Functional Assessment Scale (PECFAS) from Multi-Health Systems, Inc. (MHS). CFSA integrated these tools into everyday case practice for all children in the Agency’s care and custody, ages 0-21 years. For the orderly, effective, and reliable implementation of the CAFAS and PECFAS tools, CFSA needs to maintain the license. Multi-Health Systems, Inc. Determination & Findings Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA) Shamika.Place@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
3/6/2015 3/16/2015 The Government of the District of Columbia, Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA), has an immediate need to contract with Dr. Robin E. Gearing, a social work professional with a vast knowledge of assessment and treatment knowledge, to train CFSA employees and contracted staff on the subjects of Child and Adult Psychopathology. Dr. Robin Gearing Determination & Findings Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA) Shamika.Place@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
2/27/2015 3/9/2015 The Government of the District of Columbia, Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA), has an immediate need to integrate the Child and Adolescent Functional Assessment Scale (CAFAS) and the Pre-school and Early Childhood Functional Assessment Scale (PECFAS), into everyday case practice for all children in District care and custody, ages 0-21 years. For the orderly, effective, and reliable implementation of the CAFAS and PECFAS tools, the social workers who will be using it require Master Training from a trainer, who has been approved/ certified by the owner of the CAFAS and PECFAS tools, Multi-Health Services, Inc (MHS). Dr. Susan Sabin Determination & Findings Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA) aaron.holland2@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
2/27/2015 3/9/2015 The Office of Contracting and Procurement, on behalf of the District of Columbia Department of Human Resources has a need to modify the existing “Development of Compensation System” contract to enable Deloitte to provide implementation “Go Live” technical support and consultation services on an as needed basis. The period of performance is April 1, 2015 through September 30, 2015. Deloitte Consulting, LLP Determination & Findings DC Department of Human Resources Peter.kern@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
2/27/2015 3/9/2015 The Office of Contracting and Procurement, on behalf of the District of Columbia Department of Human Resources has a need to modify the existing “Development of Classification System” contract to enable Deloitte to provide implementation “Go Live” technical support and consultation services on an as needed basis. The period of performance is April 1, 2015 through September 30, 2015. Deloitte Consulting, LLP Determination & Findings DC Department of Human Resources Peter.kern@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
2/26/2015 3/8/2015 The Government of the District of Columbia, Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA), has an immediate need for the American Bar Association to help design a cohesive strategy to ensure education stability, achievement, and success for all children within the Child and Family Services Agency. American Bar Association Determination & Findings Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA) aaron.holland2@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
2/26/2015 3/8/2015 Repair and Refurbishment to Pierce Pumper Pierce Manufacturing Inc. Determination & Findings DC Fire and Emergency Medical Services (DC FEMS) Sherman.squire@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
2/26/2015 3/8/2015 Refurbishment to Pierce Ladder Truck Pierce Manufacturing Inc. Determination & Findings DC Fire and Emergency Medical Services (DC FEMS) Sherman.squire@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
2/26/2015 3/8/2015 FY-08- THERMOPLASTIC PAVEMENT MARKINGS D.C. LINES,INC. Determination & Findings DISTRICT DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION VALLARIE.HOWARD@DC.GOV nias.info@dc.gov
2/25/2015 3/7/2015 The Office of the State Superintendent of Education has an immediate requirement to enhance the Enterprise Grants Management System (EGMS) to add three new grants to include the on-line application for the D.C. Tuition Assistance Grant (DC TAG). Enhancing EGMS to incorporate DC TAG aligns the grant with OSSE’s objective to centralize grant management in order to be more efficient, cost effective and improve service to the recipients. Additionally, there are additional enhancements needed for EGMS that allow for a more intuitive experience for the user. User feedback has identified the need to make EGMS easier to use for users. The EGMS application is built on proprietary software; therefore, DSI is the only vendor that can provide support and enhancements Document Systems, Inc. (DSI) Determination & Findings Office of the State Superintendent of Education (OSSE) tamera.anderson@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
2/23/2015 3/5/2015 CFSA has the need for a provider, licensed in the State of Florida, to provide Psychiatric Residential Treatment to District residents and eligible persons under the care of CFSA. This Residential Treatment Center provides to clients that have a DSM-IV diagnosis as specified through psychiatric evaluations. Requirements provided under the current contract are reasonable firm and continuing and are needed beyond the existing contract period. Renewal of this contract will allow continuous contractual coverage for additional periods which will satisfy the District’s existing need. University Behavioral Center Determination & Findings Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA) cheryl.anderson@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
2/23/2015 3/5/2015 CFSA has the need for a provider, licensed in the State of Florida, to provide Psychiatric Residential Treatment to District residents and eligible persons under the care of CFSA. This Residential Treatment Center provides to clients that have a DSM-IV diagnosis as specified through psychiatric evaluations. Requirements provided under the current contract are reasonable firm and continuing and are needed beyond the existing contract period. Renewal of this contract will allow continuous contractual coverage for additional periods which will satisfy the District’s existing need. University Behavioral Center Determination & Findings Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA) cheryl.anderson@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
2/23/2015 3/5/2015 a. The Department of Corrections (DOC) of the District of Columbia has a need for continuous coverage for a full continuum of health care services to provide Comprehensive Medical and Mental Health Services to an estimated population of 2,200 inmates housed in the Central Detention Facility (CDF), 1901 D Street, SE; the Correctional Treatment Facility (CTF), 1901 E Street, SE, and four (4) Community Correctional Centers under the Community- Oriented Correctional Health Care (COCHC) model. The contractor must be able to perform services starting on April 1, 2015. The period of performance is April 1, 2015 through June 30, 2015. Unity Health Care Inc. Determination & Findings DC Department of Corrections Peter.kern@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
2/23/2015 3/5/2015 CFSA has the need for a provider, licensed in the State of Florida, to provide Psychiatric Residential Treatment to District residents and eligible persons under the care of CFSA. This Residential Treatment Center provides to clients that have a DSM-IV diagnosis as specified through psychiatric evaluations. Requirements provided under the current contract are reasonable firm and continuing and are needed beyond the existing contract period. Renewal of this contract will allow continuous contractual coverage for additional periods which will satisfy the District’s existing need. University Behavioral Center Determination & Findings Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA) cheryl.anderson@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
2/19/2015 3/1/2015 The Government of the District of Columbia, Office of Contracting and Procurement (OCP) on behalf of the Department of Health (DOH), Community Health Administration (CHA), seeks to extend the contract (CW23692) with the Children’s National Medical Center, Inc. (Contractor) to continue to provide the management and daily operations of the School Health Nursing (Program). These services must be continued without interruption during the school year which is in session from September through June. The agency is currently researching several options of redevelopment of the new requirement to include a more extensive scope of work which will include new provisions geared to enhance the services. The contract modification is required to ensure continuity and avoid interruption of these vital medical services to pupils of the public and charter schools. The award period for these services is July 1, 2015 through June 30, 2016, with an option period from July 1, 2016 through June 30, 2017. Children’s National Medical Center, Inc. Determination & Findings Office of Contracting and Procurement (OCP) Stephanie.Morgan@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
2/13/2015 2/23/2015 Office of the State Superintendent of Education (OSSE), Office of Data Management (ODM) seeking a contractor with extensive experience in educational assessments base on requirements under the Title I, Part A of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act of 1965, as Amended (ESEA). The assessment will be stand-alone field test and will include two forms per grade for grades 5, 8 and High School Biology with approximately 40 items per form to be administered at all District of Columbia’s Local Education Agencies (LEA). This will be an online assessment only. The vendor will set up and administer the spring 2015 Science assessment using their proprietary test management and test delivery software, Pearson Test Nav8.0. The vendor will provide a raw score file with the selected responses and technology enhanced item scores and will capture images.The District of Columbia (D.C.) administers multiple assessments annually in accordance with D.C. and federal law. These districtwide assessments are an important source of data on students’ progress and proficiency relative to DC’s educational standards. In the 2014-15 school years, DC will begin transitioning to a system of Next Generation Assessments. These new assessments will be aligned to the Common Core State Standards, Next Generation Science Standards, and DC Standards. These assessments will also be technology- and computer- enhanced. This will be a major transition, but one that will allow DC students to demonstrate their knowledge in a more accurate and engaging way. NCS Pearson, Inc. Determination & Findings Office of the State Superintendent of Education, Dept. of Data Management anthonisha.felton2@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
2/13/2015 2/23/2015 The Government of the District of Columbia, Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA), has a need for services of a contractor to evaluate a federal demonstration project involving the use of federal funds to enhance the existing Family Treatment Court of children and families that CFSA serves. Coordinated Care Services, Inc. Determination & Findings Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA) Lindar.thomas@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
2/10/2015 2/20/2015 Comprehensive Oral Health Services / The Government of the District of Columbia, Department of Health Care Finance, (DOHCF), hereinafter referred to as the “District,” is contracting with Quality Plan Administrators, Inc. (QPA), hereinafter referred to as the “Provider”, to provide comprehensive oral health services including providing a network of dentists, beneficiary services, and related administrative services and support services for approximately 6,000 children and 60,000 adults in the District’s fee-for-service population. Any disruption in these services would cause great harm to the residents of the District who are under the care of providers in the QPA network. QPA provides Medicaid fee-for-service recipients with access to their dental network in order to maintain good oral health. Furthermore, any disruption to these services would cause the District a financial burden.The purpose of this Sole Source award is to ensure continued essential comprehensive oral health services for the children and adults in the District’s fee-for-service population. Quality Plan Administrators Determination & Findings Department of Health Care Finance janelle.taylor2@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
2/9/2015 2/19/2015 The Department of Health Care Finance (DHCF or the Agency) of the District of Columbia (District) has a minimum need to continue Temporary Staffing Services for personnel to ensure the District meets the needs of DC Medicaid beneficiaries (“Beneficiaries”) who have been determined eligible for, and in need of, Personal Care Aide (PCA) services. MBI Health Services, LLC Determination & Findings Department of Health Care Finance helena.barbour@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
2/9/2015 2/19/2015 The Department of Health Care Finance (DHCF or the Agency) of the District of Columbia (District) has a minimum need to continue Temporary Staffing Services for personnel to ensure the District meets the needs of DC Medicaid beneficiaries (“Beneficiaries”) who have been determined eligible for, and in need of, Personal Care Aide (PCA) services. Lifeline, Inc. Determination & Findings Department of Health Care Finance helena.barbour@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
2/9/2015 2/19/2015 The Department of Health Care Finance (DHCF or the Agency) of the District of Columbia (District) has a minimum need to continue Temporary Staffing Services for personnel to ensure the District meets the needs of DC Medicaid beneficiaries (“Beneficiaries”) who have been determined eligible for, and in need of, Personal Care Aide (PCA) services. Integrated Community Services, Inc. Determination & Findings Department of Health Care Finance helena.barbour@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
2/9/2015 2/19/2015 The Department of Health Care Finance (DHCF or the Agency) of the District of Columbia (District) has a minimum need to continue Temporary Staffing Services for personnel to ensure the District meets the needs of DC Medicaid beneficiaries (“Beneficiaries”) who have been determined eligible for, and in need of, Personal Care Aide (PCA) services. Family and Health Care Solutions, Inc. Determination & Findings Department of Health Care Finance helena.barbour@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
2/9/2015 2/19/2015 The Department of Health Care Finance (DHCF or the Agency) of the District of Columbia (District) has a minimum need to continue Temporary Staffing Services for personnel to ensure the District meets the needs of DC Medicaid beneficiaries (“Beneficiaries”) who have been determined eligible for, and in need of, Personal Care Aide (PCA) services. American Health Care Services, Inc. Determination & Findings Department of Health Care Finance helena.barbour@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
2/6/2015 2/16/2015 The Department of Health Care Finance has a continuing need for a Contractor/Broker to manage and administer the District's Non-Emergency Transportation (NET) Services for the District's Medicaid Eligible Fee-For-Service (FFS) Recipients. Develop and maintain a network of transportation providers, receives and schedule recipients' transportation services, and monitors the delivery of these transportation services. Any disruption in this service would cause great harm to the residents of the District who utilize the Non-Emergency Transportation (NET) services. The purpose of extending this sole source award is to ensure the safety of District residents and be in compliance with The Procurement Practices Act of 1985 without interruption while the District completes an award of a competitive procurement. To avoid disruption of this essential service, the District has determined it is in the best interest to extend the Sole Source Contract with MTM to continue providing Non-Emergency Transportation services as defined under the original contractual agreement. All mandatory terms and conditions shall be enforced and remain the same. Medical Transportation Management, Inc. (MTM) Determination & Findings Department of Health Care Finance (DHCF) monica.cobbs2@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
2/5/2015 2/15/2015 Financial Auditing Services for the Worker’s Compensation F.S Taylor & Associates, PC Determination & Findings Department of Employment Services Helen.Tilahun2@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
2/4/2015 2/14/2015 Trauma Systems Therapy online training course Free State Social Work, LLC Determination & Findings Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA) patricia.lewis-miller@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
2/3/2015 2/13/2015 The Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA) needs a contractor from Birst University to come in to provide training on the Birst data visualization platform currently being integrated in FACES.net for CFSA employees. Birst, Inc. Determination & Findings Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA) shamika.place@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
2/2/2015 2/12/2015 STREET SIGNS CONTRACT IDEAL ELECTRICAL SUPPLY CORPORATION Determination & Findings DISTRICT DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION JOSEPHINE.BARRETT-WHITE@DC.GOV nias.info@dc.gov
1/30/2015 2/9/2015 Reimbursement of fees and expenses in connection with a Peer Review of the operational readiness of the DC Streetcar Program. American Public Transportation Association (APTA) Determination & Findings District Department of Transportation (DDOT) courtney.lattimore@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
1/28/2015 2/7/2015 The Office of Contracting and Procurement on behalf of the Health Emergency Preparedness Response Administration (Department of Health (The District), needs to award a sole source contract to George Washington University-Medical Faculty Associates to continue the recruitment and training of a minimum of one hundred (100) Emergency Medical Response Corps (EMR). The contract would be an extension of the current contract on contract No. CW27784. The award will enable GWU MFA to continue to provide undisrupted Emergency Medical Response Corps (EMR) to (HEPRA), (DOH), under the Emergency Medical Response program in the District until a new contract is awarded through competitive solicitation. The period of performance shall be from June 1, 2015 through May 30, 2016. George Washington University Medical Faculty Associates Determination & Findings Office of Contracting and Procurement (OCP) michael.etekochay@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
1/27/2015 2/6/2015 Unaccompanied Refugee Minors Program: The Contractor shall provide residential foster care and social services to unaccompanied refugee, asylee, human trafficking and special immigrant juvenile (SJI) youth who fall under the category of unaccompanied refugee minors (URM) and are placed in the custody of the District of Columbia. Lutheran Social Services of the National Capital Area (LSS) Determination & Findings Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA) Pamela.glover@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
1/23/2015 2/2/2015 The District of Columbia CFSA is in need of an evaluator that shall conduct an evaluation of its Differential Response System. The evaluation shall serve as an extended focus on demonstrating measurable safety outcomes for children who are served through CFSA’s Child Protection Services’ (CPS) Investigative and Family Assessment. This report is needed by December 2015 and timeliness is of the essence. The Institute for Applied Research(Institute) Determination & Findings Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA) robert.stona@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
1/22/2015 2/1/2015 The District Department of the Environment’s (DDOE) Lead and Healthy Housing Division has a need to trade-in an old X-Ray Fluorescence Analyzer (XRF Analyzer) for a new advanced machine. The purpose of an X-Ray Fluorescence Analyzer is to identify lead-based paint and other surface coating containing lead or lead in its compounds and components. X-Ray Fluorescence Analyzers are also necessary when conducting risk assessments and investigations of childhood lead poisoning cases which the Lead and Healthy Housing Division are responsible for handling. Thermo Scientific Portable Analytical Instruments, Inc. Determination & Findings District Department of the Environment (DDOE) Robyn.johhnson2@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
1/20/2015 1/30/2015 The Government of the District of Columbia, Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA), has an immediate need for the services of Natalie P. Brown to provide support for the development and implementation of our Leadership Strategy. Natalie P. Brown Determination & Findings Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA) shamika.place@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
1/16/2015 1/26/2015 The Department on Disability Services (DDS), Developmental Disabilities Administration (DDA), requires the continued services of a local and national expert in primary care for persons with intellectual and developmental disabilities (IADD), academic medicine and quality care to continue to address the quality, availability, access to and consistent implementation of health care for persons served by DDS. These services are required to assist the agency in implementing DDA’s Health Care Imitative effective May 12, 2008 and meet requirements of the 2010 Revision of the 2001 Plan for Compliance and Conclusion of Evans v. Bowser in fiscal year 2015 and beyond. The George Washington University Determination & Findings Department on Disability Services Nicole.Starwood@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
1/13/2015 1/23/2015 Development, Implementation and maintenance of FAMCare application system Global Vision Technologies Determination & Findings Department of Youth Rehabilitation Services (DYRS) Adele.Smith@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
1/9/2015 1/19/2015 Inventory Maintenance for Emergency Supplies and Equipment Diogenec Group, LLP Determination & Findings DC Dept of Health (DOH) Stephanie.morgan@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
1/5/2015 1/15/2015 The Department of Health Care Finance has a minimum need to provide Actuarial Consulting Services. Contractor shall provide actuarially sound capitation rates for payments made by the District on periodic basis to each Managed Care Organization (MCO) for the provision of medical services under the District’s Medicaid or Alliance programs. The contract is to provide actuarially sound capitation rates for payments made by the District on periodic basis to each Managed Care Organization (MCO) for the provision of medical services under the District’s Medicaid or Alliance programs. To avoid disruption of this essential service the District has determined it is in the best interest to extend the Sole Source Contract with Mercer to continue providing actuarial services as defined under the original contractual agreement. All mandatory terms and conditions shall be enforced and remain the same. Mercer Government Human Services Consulting Determination & Findings Department of Health Care Finance monica.cobbs2@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
12/24/2014 1/3/2015 The Department on Disability Services (DDS) requires the immediate services of a contractor to assist and guide with the work of a cross-system No Wrong Door Leadership Council on culturally and linguistically competent outreach and engagement of people needing Long-Term Supports and Services (LTSS) services and their families, contributing to the design of effective outreach strategies, design of staff training/cross-training, development of strategies for consumer engagement, and creation of effective materials to be used throughout the LTSS system. These services are part of the planning process for the creation of the three year cross-system plan required by the planning grant “Transforming State Long-Term Supports and Services (LTSS) Access Programs and Functions into A No Wrong Door System for All Populations and All Payers” received from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services - Administration for Community Living. National Center for Cultural Competence Determination & Findings Department on Disability Services Sally.ibrahim@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
12/22/2014 1/1/2015 Psychiatric Residential Treatment Services for children requiring intensive psychiatric residential services and presenting issues that cannot be served by traditional group home or independent living programs. Harbor Point Behavioral Center, Inc. Determination & Findings Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA) shamika.place@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
12/19/2014 12/29/2014 The Department on Disability Services (DDS) Developmental Disabilities Administration (DDA) requires the immediate services of a contractor to assist and guide the agency in the creation of the three year cross-system plan required by the planning grant “Transforming State LTSS Access Programs and Functions into A No Wrong Door System for All Populations and All Payers” received from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services - Administration for Community Living. Atlas Research Determination & Findings Department on Disability Services Sally.ibrahim@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
12/18/2014 12/28/2014 Development of Compensation System / The Office of Contracting and Procurement, on behalf of the District of Columbia Department of Human Resources is awarding a sole source contract extension to Deloitte Consulting, LLP. The incumbent contractor will provide implementation “Go Live” technical support and consultation services beyond the expiration date December 31, 2014, extension from January 1, 2015 through March 31, 2015. Deloitte Consulting, LLP Determination & Findings District of Columbia Department of Human resources Peter.kern@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
12/18/2014 12/28/2014 Development of Classification System / The Office of Contracting and Procurement, on behalf of the District of Columbia Department of Human Resources is awarding a sole source contract extension to Deloitte Consulting, LLP. The incumbent contractor will provide implementation “Go Live” technical support and consultation services beyond the expiration date December 31, 2014, extension from January 1, 2015 through March 31, 2015. Deloitte Consulting, LLP Determination & Findings District of Columbia Department of Human resources Peter.kern@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
12/17/2014 12/27/2014 The Department on Disability Services (DDS), Developmental Disabilities Administration (DDA) has a need to continue to fulfill federal and local requirements to conduct Provider Certification Reviews (PCRs), Individual Support Plan (ISP) utilization reviews and Service Coordination Performance Audits of the HHS, Center for Medicare and Medicare Services (CMS) Home and Community Based Services (HCBS) waiver service Providers for the District’s residents with intellectual and developmental disabilities (IDD). The period of extension will be from January 8, 2015 through May 8, 2015 while a new contract is being processed and awarded. The services support the agency’s efforts toward the 2010 revision of the 2001 plan for compliance and conclusion of Evans v. Gray and the August 1, 2012 Court Order. Liberty Healthcare Corporation Determination & Findings Department on Disability Services Maureen.Hill@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
12/17/2014 12/27/2014 Training Service – The Government of the District of Columbia, Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA), has an immediate need for a contractor to provide training to CFSA workers for: Quality Home Visits, Assessment of Safety, and Documentation. University of Iowa – Nat’l Resource Center for Family Centered Practice Determination & Findings Child and Family Services Agency aaron.holland2@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
12/15/2014 12/25/2014 The Office of Contracting and Procurement, on behalf of the Department of Corrections is awarding a sole source contract extension to Inmate Telephone, INC. Until a new contract can be competitively awarded , the incumbent contractor will continue to provide inmate telephone services for the Department of Corrections, including required labor, equipment, and materials beyond the expiration date of January 7, 2015, extension from Jan 8,2015 through September 30,2015 Inmate Telephone Inc. Determination & Findings Department of Corrections Eric.gordon@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
12/12/2014 12/22/2014 Safeway gift cards/ CFSA, has a urgent need for give cards to assist CFSA’s clients with an emergency need for household or personal items Safeway Determination & Findings Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA) trayshawn.miles@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
12/12/2014 12/22/2014 Giant gift cards/ CFSA, has a urgent need for give cards to assist CFSA’s clients with an emergency need for household or personal items Giant Determination & Findings Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA) trayshawn.miles@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
12/12/2014 12/22/2014 Building Services for Newly Installed Furniture Anacostia Management Company Determination & Findings Department of Housing and Community Development Shafiq.Choudhary@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
12/11/2014 12/21/2014 Fuel Rings E.J. Ward, Inc. Determination & Findings Department of Public Works Michael.spriggs@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
12/10/2014 12/20/2014 The Department on Disability Services (DDS), Rehabilitation Services Administration (RSA), has a continued need to provide Vocational Services to RSA clients using multiple human care providers, for a period of one year. See Class D&F Attachment Determination & Findings Department on Disability Services Monica.Brown4@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
12/9/2014 12/19/2014 The Office of Contracting and Procurement, on behalf of the Fire and Emergency Medical Service Department (FEMS) is awarding a sole source contract extension to Advanced Data Processing, Inc. (ADPI). Until a new contract can be competitively awarded, the incumbent contractor will continue to provide ambulance billing and patient data collection services beyond the current contract expiration date of December 31, 2014, extension from January 1, 2015 through September 30, 2015. Advanced Data Processing, Inc. (ADPI) Determination & Findings Fire and Emergency Medical Services Department (FEMS) peter.kern@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
12/9/2014 12/19/2014 The Office of Contracting and Procurement, on behalf of the Department of Corrections is awarding a sole source contract extension to Centric GRP LLC/KEEFE SUPPY COMPANY. Until a WSCA/NASPO cooperative agreement is awarded, the incumbent contractor will continue to manage and operate the Department of Corrections commissary functions, including required personnel, equipment, and supplies beyond the expiration date of December 31, 2014, extension from Jan 1,2015 through July 31,2015 CENTRIC GRP LLC/KEEFE SUP COMP Determination & Findings Department of Corrections Eric.gordon@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
12/8/2014 12/18/2014 The Government of the District of Columbia, Department of Corrections (DOC) has an immediate need for full continuum health care services to provide comprehensive medical and mental health services to an estimated population of 2,200 inmates housed in the Central Detention Facility (CDF), 1901 D Street, SE, the Correctional Treatment Facility (CTF), 1901 E Street, SE, and four (4) Community Correctional Centers under the Community-Oriented Correctional Health Care (COCHC) model. The award of the long term requirements is yet to be determined.The District must continue to provide healthcare services to the inmates during this period and also allow for a sixty (60) day transition period upon the new award. For this reason, the current contract must be extended from February 1, 2015 through February March 31, 2015. Unity Health Care Inc. Determination & Findings Department of Corrections Grace.alao@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
12/5/2014 12/15/2014 Off-Site Laundry Services CW17235/ The Department of Correction (DOC) needs to extend the current contract to provide comprehensive off-site laundry services for an average daily population of up to 2164 inmates at the Central Detention Facility (CDF) located at 1901 D Street SE, Washington DC 20003 and to facilitate the DOC’s operation function and avoid a disruption in services. Period of performance from January 1, 2015 to September 30, 2015 Virginia Correctional Enterprises Determination & Findings Department of Corrections Keia.brooks@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
12/5/2014 12/15/2014 The Office of Contracting and Procurement, on behalf of the Department of Corrections Central Detention Facility is awarding a sole source contract to Johnson Controls, to support system services and provide maintenance as follows: 1) Personal Machine Interface (PMI) Software, 2) Software Support, 3) 8- Network Control Mode (NCM), 4) 27 Unitary Controllers, 5) 111- VAV Box Controller, 6) 14 – DX9100 Controllers (Digital Expandable Controller, 7) 30 – DX XP Controller (Expansion Point Module), 8) 15 – DX-XT Translators ( Extension Translator Module Software Subscription Service) from date of award through September 30, 2015. Johnson Controls Determination & Findings Department of Corrections Keia.brooks@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
12/4/2014 12/14/2014 CFSA has the need for a provider, licensed in the State of Florida, to provide Psychiatric Residential Treatment to District residents and eligible persons under the care of CFSA. This Residential Treatment Center provides to clients that have a DSM-IV diagnosis as specified through psychiatric evaluations. Requirements provided under the current contract are reasonable firm and continuing and are needed beyond the existing contract period. Renewal of this contract period will allow continuous contractual coverage for an additional period, which will satisfy the District’s existing need. Devereux Florida Determination & Findings Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA) cheryl.anderson@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
12/3/2014 12/13/2014 The DC Early Intervention Program (DC EIP), Office of the State Superintendent of Education (OSSE) seeks multiple providers to provide direct services as established on behalf of Part C of the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act of 2011. The provider shall also be responsible for the continuous developmental assessment of children, and participation in the development, updating and implementation of the Individualized Family Service Plan (IFSP) along with the eligible child’s family, service coordinator and other relevant service Providers, in coordination with DC EIP. Services shall end and the child shall exit the Part C system at the eligible child’s 3rd birthday, or sooner if the child reaches developmental milestones or exhibits delays lower than the prescribed 50%, unless an extension is specifically granted by DC EIP. Children shall be referred to the provider by DC EIP or the assigned Service Coordinator. The provider shall provide services in accordance with the federal Part C regulations (34 C.F.R. Part 303 et seq.), District of Columbia laws and DC EIP policies and procedures. Some families may be Limited English Proficient, Non-English Proficient, or Deaf/Hard of Hearing, requiring an American Sign Language interpreter, and/or other language interpreter/translator. The languages of the non-English speaking population referred may include but not be limited to Amharic, Chinese, French, Korean, Spanish and Vietnamese. Service period is Dec. 29, 2014 to June 29, 2015 Multicultural Rehab, Inc. Determination & Findings Office of the State Superintendent of Education, Early Intervention Program anthonisha.felton2@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
12/3/2014 12/13/2014 The DC Early Intervention Program (DC EIP), Office of the State Superintendent of Education (OSSE) seeks multiple providers to provide direct services as established on behalf of Part C of the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act of 2011. The provider shall also be responsible for the continuous developmental assessment of children, and participation in the development, updating and implementation of the Individualized Family Service Plan (IFSP) along with the eligible child’s family, service coordinator and other relevant service Providers, in coordination with DC EIP. Services shall end and the child shall exit the Part C system at the eligible child’s 3rd birthday, or sooner if the child reaches developmental milestones or exhibits delays lower than the prescribed 50%, unless an extension is specifically granted by DC EIP. Children shall be referred to the provider by DC EIP or the assigned Service Coordinator. The provider shall provide services in accordance with the federal Part C regulations (34 C.F.R. Part 303 et seq.), District of Columbia laws and DC EIP policies and procedures. Some families may be Limited English Proficient, Non-English Proficient, or Deaf/Hard of Hearing, requiring an American Sign Language interpreter, and/or other language interpreter/translator. The languages of the non-English speaking population referred may include but not be limited to Amharic, Chinese, French, Korean, Spanish and Vietnamese. Service period is Dec. 24, 2014 to June 24, 2015 Columbia Lighthouse for the Blind Determination & Findings Office of the State Superintendent of Education, Early Intervention Program anthonisha.felton2@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
12/3/2014 12/13/2014 The DC Early Intervention Program (DC EIP), Office of the State Superintendent of Education (OSSE) seeks multiple providers to provide direct services as established on behalf of Part C of the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act of 2011. The provider shall also be responsible for the continuous developmental assessment of children, and participation in the development, updating and implementation of the Individualized Family Service Plan (IFSP) along with the eligible child’s family, service coordinator and other relevant service Providers, in coordination with DC EIP. Services shall end and the child shall exit the Part C system at the eligible child’s 3rd birthday, or sooner if the child reaches developmental milestones or exhibits delays lower than the prescribed 50%, unless an extension is specifically granted by DC EIP. Children shall be referred to the provider by DC EIP or the assigned Service Coordinator. The provider shall provide services in accordance with the federal Part C regulations (34 C.F.R. Part 303 et seq.), District of Columbia laws and DC EIP policies and procedures. Some families may be Limited English Proficient, Non-English Proficient, or Deaf/Hard of Hearing, requiring an American Sign Language interpreter, and/or other language interpreter/translator. The languages of the non-English speaking population referred may include but not be limited to Amharic, Chinese, French, Korean, Spanish and Vietnamese. Service period is Dec. 15, 2014 to June 15, 2015 Easter Seals of Greater Washington-Baltimore Region, Inc. Determination & Findings Office of the State Superintendent of Education, Early Intervention Program anthonisha.felton2@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
12/2/2014 12/12/2014 CFSA has the need for a provider, licensed in the State of Virginia, to provide Psychiatric Residential Treatment to District residents and eligible persons under the care of CFSA. This Residential Treatment Center provides to clients that have a DSM-IV diagnosis as specified through psychiatric evaluations. Requirements provided under the current contract are reasonable firm and continuing and are needed beyond the existing contract period. Renewal of this contract period will allow continuous contractual coverage for an additional period, which will satisfy the District’s existing need. Iliff Nursing and Rehabilitation Determination & Findings Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA) cheryl.anderson@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
12/2/2014 12/12/2014 The DC Early Intervention Program (DC EIP), Office of the State Superintendent of Education (OSSE) seeks multiple providers to provide direct services as established on behalf of Part C of the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act of 2011. The provider shall also be responsible for the continuous developmental assessment of children, and participation in the development, updating and implementation of the Individualized Family Service Plan (IFSP) along with the eligible child’s family, service coordinator and other relevant service Providers, in coordination with DC EIP. Services shall end and the child shall exit the Part C system at the eligible child’s 3rd birthday, or sooner if the child reaches developmental milestones or exhibits delays lower than the prescribed 50%, unless an extension is specifically granted by DC EIP. Children shall be referred to the provider by DC EIP or the assigned Service Coordinator. The provider shall provide services in accordance with the federal Part C regulations (34 C.F.R. Part 303 et seq.), District of Columbia laws and DC EIP policies and procedures. Some families may be Limited English Proficient, Non-English Proficient, or Deaf/Hard of Hearing, requiring an American Sign Language interpreter, and/or other language interpreter/translator. The languages of the non-English speaking population referred may include but not be limited to Amharic, Chinese, French, Korean, Spanish and Vietnamese. Service period is Dec. 17, 2014 to June 17, 2015 Milestone Therapeutic Services, PLLC Determination & Findings Office of the State Superintendent of Education, Early Intervention Program anthonisha.felton2@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
11/26/2014 12/6/2014 The Department on Disability Services (DDS) Developmental Disabilities Administration (DDA) has a need for continued consultation and training series to create Transformational systems change and assist with the implementation of Person Centered Practices throughout the District of Columbia IDD System. The benefits of this effort begin with increasing the quality of life of those who use DDA services and the amount of positive control they have over their lives. This work will support DDA's desire to create a foundation of person centered practice throughout its service delivery organizations and provide critical support for the agency's efforts to successfully exit the 38-year old Evans class action and to come into compliance with the new Home and Community-Based Services rules published by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) published in March 2014. Support Development Associates, LLC Determination & Findings Department on Disability Services Sally.Ibrahim@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
11/26/2014 12/6/2014 The Department on Disability Services (DDS) Developmental Disabilities Administration (DDA) requires services of a contractor with demonstrated capacity and expertise to develop the framework and implement a system to pre-qualify DDA providers based on draft waiver rules for Individualized Day Supports (IDS) and other day/employment services and (b) to provide training and technical assistance to DDA and provider staff as they implement IDS. The contractor shall have extensive experience in the advancement of inclusive, integrated, day, vocational and employment services that support and Employment First agenda, be knowledgeable of Medicaid policy as it relates to day, vocational and employment services, be familiar with the issues involved in the Evans v. Gray class action requiring persons to receive services in the most integrated, least restrictive setting, and shall have credibility with and be acceptable to the parties in the case. Lisa A. Mills, Ph.D. Determination & Findings Department on Disability Services Sally.ibrahim@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
11/26/2014 12/6/2014 Supervisory Training / Mastering the Art of Supervision in Child Welfare which is mandatory for all new supervisors. Marsha Salus Determination & Findings Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA) yorjai.chandy2@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
11/21/2014 12/1/2014 The Office of the Chief Medical examiner (OCME) requires annual service on Waters Corporation (Waters) instrumentation for its Toxicology Department to maintain toxicology testing of five (5) instruments which require immediate repair. At this time OCME can no longer complete heroin or fentanyl positive cases, which impacts the completion of postmortem, DUI, DFSA (Drug Facilitate Sexual Assault) and child postmortem MRM screening (waters lc/ms/ms) casework. The term of the contract will be from the Date of Award through September 30, 2015. Waters Technologies, Corporation Determination & Findings Office of Chief Medical Examiner (OCME) Ruby.nelson@dc.gov
11/21/2014 12/1/2014 Salt Dome Repairs (Farragut Facility) Dome Corporation of North America Determination & Findings Department of Public Works Rosadenee.gill@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
11/20/2014 11/30/2014 Parking Accommodations at 1104 4th Street, SW (Waterfront Station) Central Parking Systems Determination & Findings DISTRICT DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION Paulette.franklin@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
11/20/2014 11/30/2014 The Department of Health Care Finance has a minimum need for a Contractor to provide continuing pharmacy benefit services for the District’s Medicaid eligible fee-for-service recipients through the pharmacy benefit manager which include a point of sale (POS) pharmacy system allowing eligible District Medicaid and Medicaid waiver beneficiaries’ immediate access to needed pharmaceuticals, and timely and accurate payment of prescription claims to pharmacies through the “real time” verification of beneficiaries’ eligibility, drug coverage, and reimbursement levels. Any disruption in this service would cause great harm to the residents of the District who utilize the Pharmacy Benefit Manager (PBM) services. The purpose of extending this sole source award is to ensure the safety of District residents and be in compliance with The Procurement Practices Act of 1985 without interruption while the District develops and completes award of a competitive procurement. To avoid disruption of this essential service, the District has determined it is in the best interest to extend the sole source contract with Xerox to continue providing pharmacy benefit manager services as defined under the original contractual agreement. All mandatory terms and conditions shall be enforced and remain the same. Xerox State Healthcare, LLC Determination & Findings Department of Health Care Finance (DHCF) monica.cobbs2@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
11/19/2014 11/29/2014 The District has an immediate need for environmental consulting services to continue performing the Anacostia River Sediment Study. Tetra Tech, Inc. Determination & Findings District Department of the Environment steven.wishod@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
11/18/2014 11/28/2014 CFSA clients have a need for transportation between CFSA facilities, courts and various service providers in the metro area. CFSA provides fare cards to its clients as a cost effective means of transportation while in the Washington Metropolitan area. Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority (WMATA) Determination & Findings Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA) trayshawn.miles@dc.gov NIAS.INFO@dc.gov
11/17/2014 11/27/2014 The Office of Contracting and Procurement, on behalf of the Department of Motor Vehicles requires a contractor to continue providing services related to the issuance of and adjudication of parking infractions, civil moving infractions, and infractions recorded from the automated traffic enforcement system. Xerox State and Local Solutions, Inc. Determination & Findings Office of the Chief Technology Officer, Department of Motor Vehicles, Metropolitan Police Department Mime.Getachew@dc.gov NIAS.INFO@dc.gov
11/17/2014 11/27/2014 DCEB-2015-C-2003 / The Government of the District of Columbia, Office of the Deputy Mayor for Planning and Economic Development (“DMPED” or “District”) has a minimum need for a contractor to provide economic performance metrics for DMPED in order to obtain an enhanced comprehension of the real estate market in Washington, DC and surrounding jurisdictions to make data-driven decisions relative to future development. Strategic Impact Advisors, LLC Determination & Findings Office of the Deputy Mayor for Planning and Economic Development lindel.reid@dc.gov NIAS.INFO@dc.gov
11/14/2014 11/24/2014 The Office of Contracting and Procurement, on behalf of the Department of Consumer and Regulatory Affairs (DCRA) is awarding a sole source contract extension to Pearson Vue/NCS Pearson, Inc. Until a new contract can be competitively awarded, the incumbent contractor will continue to manage and operate the District’s professional licensing operation functions, including required personnel, equipment, and supplies beyond the expiration date of December 31 2014, from January 1, 2015 through September 30, 2015. Pearson Vue/NCS Pearson, Inc. Determination & Findings Department of Consumer and Regulatory Affairs peter.kern@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
11/13/2014 11/23/2014 CFSA has a need to continue providing the current search engine utilized in FACES.NET. NameSearch is a search engine delivered through software to return search results when searching for clients, providers, staff, etc. and when creating new clients in FACES.NET web-application. Qas Ltd. Determination & Findings Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA) shamika.place@dc.gov NIAS.INFO@dc.gov
11/12/2014 11/22/2014 The State seeks a Contractor who shall complete tasks pertinent to the comprehensive administration of the DC CAS-Alt. These tasks include: review and, as necessary, revisions of alternative achievement standards; development of assessment schedule, parameters and criteria; provision of relevant professional development to State educators and educational leaders (e.g., instructional design, identification of eligible students, collection and scoring of student work, etc.); development of interactive DC CAS-Alt website; valid and reliable scoring of DC CAS-Alt portfolios; evaluation of DC CAS-Salt technical quality and submission of technical reports per federal requirements; cooperation with edCount, LLC around exchange of data necessary for completion of the General Supervision Enhancement Grant (GSEG) study of the DC CAS-Alt validity; modifications to DC CAS-Alt per GSEG validity study findings and in consultation with OSSE’s Office of Assessment and Accountability; secure electronic storage of scanned portfolios from FY 2008-2009 through end of contract period. Service period is Dec. 3, 2014 to Dec. 2, 2015 NCS Pearson, Inc. Determination & Findings Office of the State Superintendent of Education, Office of Data Management Marie Niestrath NIAS.info@dc.gov
11/7/2014 11/17/2014 The Office of Contracting and Procurement (OCP) on behalf of the Office of the Chief Medical Examiner (OCME) requires annual services on Agilent instrumentation for its Toxicology Department to maintain toxicology testing and currently has two (2) instruments which require immediate repair. At this time, OCME can no longer complete heroin or fentanyl positive cases, which impacts the completion of Drug Facilitate Sexual assault (DFSA) casework. Agilent Technologies Determination & Findings Office of Chief Medical Examiner (OCME) Ruby.nelson@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
11/7/2014 11/17/2014 Fire and Emergency Medical Services has a need for repair and refurbishment of a Pierce Arrow XT Fire Pump Truck numbers 181 (E19). This unit was involved in a major accident, causing significant cosmetic, operational, and structural damage to the unit rendering it unfit for service. Pierce Manufacturing Inc. Determination & Findings Fire and Emergency Medical Services joann.garnett@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
11/7/2014 11/17/2014 Refurbishment of Horton Ambulances Laake Enterprises, Inc. dba FESCO Emergency Sales Determination & Findings Fire and Emergency Medical Services Sherman.Squire@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
11/7/2014 11/17/2014 Since 2010, ProActive School has provided PCSB with the online educational management application, ProActive School Suite. The application allows PCSB to collect student enrollment, demographic, attendance, and discipline data from the public charter schools under its purview. To fulfill its oversight responsibilities, PCSB must continue to collect these data using the same business rules, methodology, technology, and software. In addition to maintaining support for data reporting tools, PCSB must continue its contract with ProActive School because the data systems and procedures of the public charter schools and the Office of the State Superintendent of Education are configured to share data ProActive School, Inc. Determination & Findings DC Public Charter School Board mlytton@dcpcsb.org NIAS.info@dc.gov
11/7/2014 11/17/2014 The ESA is seeking a vendor to identify and assess the needs for single individuals and families who have found themselves indigent and/or homeless within the District of Columbia after arriving from other cities all across the country. Travelers Aid International Inc. Determination & Findings Department of Human Services Georgette.Johnson@dc.Gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
11/6/2014 11/16/2014 System Evaluation Services: CFSA requires the immediate services of a third party familiar with the District’s Trauma System and system of Care Grant. The third party is required to evaluate a federal “demonstration project” involving the use of federal title IV-4 funds to implement and expand community-and-home based services for children and families that CFSA serves. Coordinated Care Services, Inc. Determination & Findings Children and Family Services Agency Calvinl.mcfadden@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
11/3/2014 11/13/2014 The Department of Employment Services (DOES) intends to issue a sole source award to Enghouse Interactive for the continued maintenance and support for the Interactive Voice Response System supporting the Districts Unemployment Insurance Department. Enghouse Interactive Determination & Findings Department of Employment Services, Office of the Chief Information Office tanease.delyons@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
10/31/2014 11/10/2014 DCEB-2015-C-2001/ The Government of the District of Columbia, Office of the Deputy Mayor for Planning and Economic Development (“DMPED” or “District”) has a minimum need for a contractor to continue assisting the District in negotiations of an economic development conveyance (EDC) in support of the Walter Reed Local Redevelopment Authority (“LRA”). Kutak Rock LLP Determination & Findings Office of the Deputy Mayor for Planning and Economic Development lindel.reid@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
10/31/2014 11/10/2014 The Department of Health Care Finance has a continuing need for a Contractor/Broker to manage and administer the District's Non-Emergency Transportation (NET) Services for the District's Medicaid Eligible Fee-For-Service (FFS) Recipients. Develop and maintain a network of transportation providers, receives and schedule recipients' transportation services, and monitors the delivery of these transportation services. Any disruption in this service would cause great harm to the residents of the District who utilize the Non-Emergency Transportation (NET) services. The purpose of extending this sole source award is to ensure the safety of District residents and be in compliance with The Procurement Practices Act of 1985 without interruption while the District develops and completes award of a competitive procurement. To avoid disruption of this essential service, the District has determined it is in the best interest to extend the Sole Source Contract with MTM to continue providing Non-Emergency Transportation services as defined under the original contractual agreement. All mandatory terms and conditions shall be enforced and remain the same. Medical Transportation Management, Inc. (MTM) Determination & Findings Department of Health Care Finance (DHCF) monica.cobbs2@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
10/30/2014 11/9/2014 Maintenance of Refuse Grapplers Northshore Manufacturing Inc. Determination & Findings Department of Public Works Michael.Spriggs@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
10/29/2014 11/8/2014 The Office of the Chief Technology Officer (the District) has a need to modify the existing contract (DCTO-2008-C-0135) with OST in order to include the transition period for the existing contract. OST, Inc. Determination & Findings Office of the Chief Technology Officer Emily.Busch@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
10/24/2014 11/3/2014 The Office of the State Superintendent of Education, Division of Early Learning has an immediate requirement to become part of a nationally recognized consortium of member states that focus on the implementation of high quality early childhood education to provide capacity building, technical assistance and professional development for agency staff, District of Columbia early childhood educators, and District of Columbia community based organizations offering subsidized early childhood education services. In order to further advance the establishment of high quality publically funded early childhood education D.C. Official Code §271.01 et seq (2008; Amended 2010) and licensing (29 D.C. Mun. Regs. § 300 et seq) in the District of Columbia. BUILD dba Third Sector New England Inc. Determination & Findings Office of the State Superintendent of Education Alvinn.stith@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
10/21/2014 10/31/2014 The Department of Health Care Finance (DHCF or the Agency) of the District of Columbia (District) has a minimum need to continue Temporary Staffing Services for personnel to ensure the District meets the needs of DC Medicaid beneficiaries (“Beneficiaries”) who have been determined eligible for, and in need of, Personal Care Aide (PCA) services. MBI Health Services, LLC Determination & Findings Department of Health Care Finance helena.barbour@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
10/21/2014 10/31/2014 The DOH is seeking a vendor to provide Rapid INSTI-HIV-1 antibody tests and controls. bioLytical Laboratories Determination & Findings DC Department of Health Stephanie.morgan@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
10/21/2014 10/31/2014 The Department of Health Care Finance (DHCF or the Agency) of the District of Columbia (District) has a minimum need to continue Temporary Staffing Services for personnel to ensure the District meets the needs of DC Medicaid beneficiaries (“Beneficiaries”) who have been determined eligible for, and in need of, Personal Care Aide (PCA) services. Family and Health Care Solutions, Inc. Determination & Findings Department of Health Care Finance helena.barbour@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
10/21/2014 10/31/2014 The Department of Health Care Finance (DHCF or the Agency) of the District of Columbia (District) has a minimum need to continue Temporary Staffing Services for personnel to ensure the District meets the needs of DC Medicaid beneficiaries (“Beneficiaries”) who have been determined eligible for, and in need of, Personal Care Aide (PCA) services. Lifeline, Inc. Determination & Findings Department of Health Care Finance helena.barbour@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
10/21/2014 10/31/2014 The Department of Health Care Finance (DHCF or the Agency) of the District of Columbia (District) has a minimum need to continue Temporary Staffing Services for personnel to ensure the District meets the needs of DC Medicaid beneficiaries (“Beneficiaries”) who have been determined eligible for, and in need of, Personal Care Aide (PCA) services. Capital Care, Inc. Determination & Findings Department of Health Care Finance helena.barbour@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
10/21/2014 10/31/2014 The Department of Health Care Finance (DHCF or the Agency) of the District of Columbia (District) has a minimum need to continue Temporary Staffing Services for personnel to ensure the District meets the needs of DC Medicaid beneficiaries (“Beneficiaries”) who have been determined eligible for, and in need of, Personal Care Aide (PCA) services. Integrated Community Services, Inc. Determination & Findings Department of Health Care Finance helena.barbour@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
10/21/2014 10/31/2014 The Department of Health Care Finance (DHCF or the Agency) of the District of Columbia (District) has a minimum need to continue Temporary Staffing Services for personnel to ensure the District meets the needs of DC Medicaid beneficiaries (“Beneficiaries”) who have been determined eligible for, and in need of, Personal Care Aide (PCA) services. American Health Care Services, Inc. Determination & Findings Department of Health Care Finance helena.barbour@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
10/16/2014 10/26/2014 The District of Columbia, Child and Family Services Agency, Office of Planning, Policy, & Program Support has an immediate need for a Contractor to provide information management and research tools to transform CFSA Data into a longitudinal database, that can improve outcomes for the children and families this agency serves. Chapin Hall at the University of Chicago Determination & Findings Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA) shamika.place@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
10/16/2014 10/26/2014 The Government of the District of Columbia, Office of the Deputy Mayor for Planning and Economic Development (“DMPED” or “District”) has a minimum need for a contractor to provide a software tracking systems that will assist service providers in documenting the comprehensive services provided to more than four hundred households in the District through an electronic case management specific database. Social Solutions Determination & Findings Office of the Deputy Mayor for Planning and Economic Development lindel.reid@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
10/8/2014 10/18/2014 The Department on Disability Services/Developmental Disabilities Administration (DDS/DDA) requires the immediate services of a board certified psychiatrist with at least five years of experience providing community-based services to individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities. Ronald J. Koshes, M.D. Determination & Findings Department on Disability Services sally.ibrahim@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
10/8/2014 10/18/2014 Trauma Systems Therapy (TST) Coaching and Mentoring / Trauma informed practice is a highly specialized area of practice. Coaching and mentoring requires a person with extensive knowledge and experience of trauma practice with children and families involved in the child welfare system. Abyssinia Washington Determination & Findings Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA) patricia.lewis-miller@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
10/8/2014 10/18/2014 The District Department of the Environment (DDOE) has a need to become a partner in the Practitioners’ Network for the 2014 National Workshop on Large Landscape Conservation, to be held in Washington, DC on October 23–24, 2014. The Chesapeake Bay Conservancy coordinates the network’s activities. The US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Chesapeake Bay Program has asked for DDOE’s participation in this network through its Chesapeake Bay Regulatory and Accountability grant. Chesapeake Bay Conservancy Determination & Findings District Department of the Environment Robyn.johnson2@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
10/3/2014 10/13/2014 The NCAC Child Forensic Interview Structure grew out of the curriculum developed through an advisory workgroup, ongoing trainings, and review of the literature and research in 2003. Each component of the model is research based and is reviewed annually for appropriate additions or adaptations, by a panel of practicing experts. The NCAC Forensic Interviewing of Children Training is a nationally recognized program. In a survey conducted by the National Children's Alliance, the NCAC was identified as having trained 52.4% of the interviewers working at Child Advocacy Centers. The NCAC has experience and specialized knowledge that cannot be obtained from other vendors. National Children’s Advocacy Center Determination & Findings Child and Family Services Agency trayshawn.miles@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
9/29/2014 10/9/2014 OpenGov software a proprietary web application that visualizes the customer general ledger, chart of accounts, current year spending and balance sheet. OpenGov Inc. Determination & Findings Department of Public Works/ Office of the Chief Financial Officer Janella.ingram@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
9/26/2014 10/6/2014 Refurbishment of Seagrave Ladders FWD Seagrave Determination & Findings Fire and Emergency Medical Services Gena.johnson@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
9/23/2014 10/3/2014 Mental Health Services/ The Government of the District of Columbia, Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA), has an immediate need for the services of Ms. Sheila Douglas to provide individual trauma-focused mental health treatment to children who are in the care of CFSA. Sheila Douglas Determination & Findings Child and Family Services Agency aaron.holland2@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
9/23/2014 10/3/2014 Technical Support and Data Assistance for the TANF Performance Management system (TPS).The Economic Security Administration (ESA) has a need for Mathematica Policy Research, Inc. (MPR) to continue the development of ESA’s Performance Management System (Q5i) which includes: the analysis of quarterly data files from the US Department of Health Human Services (HHS); the continuing creation of enhancements to the Q5i system as specified by HHS; technical documentation of the Temporary Assistance Needy Families (TANF) Employment Program case management system and; the incorporation of child support policies and procedures into the processes of the Q5i system. The period of performance shall be from October 1, 2014 thru September 30, 2015. Mathmatica Policy Research, Inc. (MPR) Determination & Findings The Department of Human Services Bernard.Grayson2@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
9/22/2014 10/2/2014 The Department of Health Care Finance has a minimum need to provide Actuarial Consulting Services. Contractor shall provide actuarially sound capitation rates for payments made by the District on periodic basis to each Managed Care Organization (MCO) for the provision of medical services under the District’s Medicaid or Alliance programs.The contract is to provide actuarially sound capitation rates for payments made by the District on periodic basis to each Managed Care Organization (MCO) for the provision of medical services under the District’s Medicaid or Alliance programs. To avoid disruption of this essential service the District has determined it is in the best interest to enter into a Sole Source Contract with Mercer to continue providing actuarial services as defined under the original contractual agreement. All mandatory terms and conditions shall be enforced and remain the same Mercer Government Human Services Consulting Determination & Findings Department of Health Care Finance helena.barbour@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
9/22/2014 10/2/2014 The Government of the District of Columbia, Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA), has an immediate need for the services of a Contractor to provide a Parent Education Support program for clients of CFSA. Centronia Determination & Findings Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA) shamika.place@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
9/22/2014 10/2/2014 The Government of the District of Columbia, Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA), has an immediate need for the services of a Contractor to provide a Parent Education Support program for clients of CFSA. Healthy Babies Determination & Findings Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA) shamika.place@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
9/22/2014 10/2/2014 The Government of the District of Columbia, Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA), has an immediate need for the services of a Contractor to provide a Parent Education Support program for clients of CFSA. Columbia Heights Family Support Collaborative Determination & Findings Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA) shamika.place@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
9/22/2014 10/2/2014 The Government of the District of Columbia, Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA), has an immediate need for the services of a Contractor to provide a Parent Education Support program for clients of CFSA. East River Family Support Collaborative Determination & Findings Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA) shamika.place@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
9/22/2014 10/2/2014 The Government of the District of Columbia, Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA), has an immediate need for the services of Foster and Adoptive Parent Advocacy Center to provide services under the scope of work which includes better communication with the resource parents, training, newsletters and other mailings, bridging the gap between the agency and the resource parents, and helping to recruit more resource parents in the district. Foster and Adoptive Parent Advocacy Center Determination & Findings Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA) shamika.place@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
9/18/2014 9/28/2014 The Government of the District of Columbia, Office of Contracting and Procurement desires to negotiate an extension of the current contract DCOP-2008-E-2111, under the current terms and conditions. The Contractor is to provide jump suites and coveralls to various D.C. Government agencies. The current term of your contract expires on September 30, 2014. The period of performance for the contract extension shall be from October 1, 2014 through November 30, 2014. American Supply Company Determination & Findings Office of Contracting and Procurement Rebecca.young@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
9/18/2014 9/28/2014 The Government of the District of Columbia, Office of Contracting and Procurement desires to negotiate an extension of the current contract DCOP-2008-E-2113, under the current terms and conditions. The Contractor is to provide clothing and linen to various D.C. Government agencies. The current term of your contract expires on September 30, 2014. The period of performance for the contract extension shall be from October 1, 2014 through November 30, 2014. American Supply Company Determination & Findings Office of Contracting and Procurement Rebecca.young@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
9/18/2014 9/28/2014 The Government of the District of Columbia, Office of Contracting and Procurement (District) has an immediate need to extend the period of performance for the current city-wide uniform contract DCPO-2008-E-2115. The District needs the current contractor to provide officer’s uniforms at a fixed unit price to various agencies within the Government of the District of Columbia. The uniforms consists of trousers, shirts, battle dress uniforms (BDU), patches, insignias, stripes, belts, hats, rain coats, winter coats, and windbreakers. The current service will be required beyond the current expiration date of the current contract, October 1, 2014 through November 30, 2014, or until a new contract can be competitively awarded. Morgan’s Inc. T/A Jimmie Muscatello’s Determination & Findings Office of Contracting and Procurement Rebecca.young@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
9/15/2014 9/25/2014 The Department on Disability Services, Agency Fiscal Officer, has an immediate need for a contractor with proven experience and expertise in the unique discipline of Human Services cost identification and allocation who is available and able to generate a Cost Allocation Plan and Random Moment Time System to facilitate recovery of the maximum indirect costs possible from federal programs, including Medicaid, for DDS’ Fiscal Year 2015 and facilitate approval of the IDCR rate by the cognizant federal agency. Innovative Costing Solutions, LLC Determination & Findings Department on Disability Services Nicole.Starwood@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
9/11/2014 9/21/2014 The Government of the District of Columbia, Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA),is seeking a contractor shall provide a foster/adoptive/Home Study and regulatory reviews for Traditional family in the State of Maryland as referred by CFSA under this Contract. The Contractor shall complete all work under this Contract according to the regulatory requirements of the foster/adoptive applicant’s local jurisdiction, applicable requirement(s) of Title 29 District of Columbia Municipal Regulation (DCMR) Chapter 60 and as CFSA shall specifically notify in writing. The Contractor shall submit foster/adoptive approval/denial/closure recommendation packets and supporting documentation to the attention of the CFSA Family Licensing Division (FLD) within the time frames outlined in this Contract and not more than one hundred ten (110) calendar days of accepting a foster/adoptive Referral Assignment Packet (RAP) under this Contract. Woodbourne Center Determination & Findings Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA) jamie.morton@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
9/10/2014 9/20/2014 Vehicle Inspection Station Equipment (Installation, Training and Maintenance) Envirotest Determination & Findings Department of Public Works Gena.johnson@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
9/9/2014 9/19/2014 Mental Health Services/ Providing one to one services to children and youth who are in the care of the District of Columbia, Child and Family Services Agency CFSA. Crawford Consulting and Mental Health Services, Inc. Determination & Findings Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA) aaron.holland2@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
9/9/2014 9/19/2014 The Government of the District of Columbia, Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA), has an immediate need for the services of New Beginnings Therapeutic Center to provide individual and family therapy treatment in the French language. New Beginnings Therapeutic Center Determination & Findings Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA) aaron.holland2@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
9/9/2014 9/19/2014 The purpose of this contract is to audit the financial statements of the governmental activities of the DC Public Charter School Board, including the related notes to the financial statements, which collectively comprise the basic financial statements of the DC Public Charter School Board as of and for the year ended September 30, 2014. Kendall, Prebola and Jones, LLC Determination & Findings DC Public Charter School Board mcross@dcpcsb.org nias.info@dc.gov
9/8/2014 9/18/2014 Office of the State Superintendent of Education - Annual Student Enrollment Audit. The Government of the District of Columbia, Office of the State Superintendent of Education (District), has an immediate need for an independent auditor to conduct a census-type enrollment audit of fifty-four (54) District of Columbia local education agencies, which serve approximately two-hundred and twenty-five (225) public schools, one-hundred and forty-seven non-public schools and ten (10) surrounding county school systems, and related services. The purpose of the audit is to assess the accuracy of enrollment counts, generated by OSSE, for the District of Columbia Public Schools (DCPS) and District of Columbia public charter schools (PCS); validate the number of students whose tuition, or education, in other schools or programs (i.e., special education non-public schools, surrounding county public schools, and District of Columbia youth incarceration programs), is paid for with funds available to the District of Columbia; validate the residency status of each student whose education is funded by the District of Columbia; and validate the number of students funded by the District of Columbia who have dropped out of a District of Columbia school or nonpublic school since the previous school year. The period of performance will be from the date of award through one (1) year. Given that the 2014-2015 school year has already begun, the District’s need is urgent and immediate. F.S. Taylor & Associates, PC Determination & Findings Office of the State Superintendent of Education dawn.mayo2@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
9/5/2014 9/15/2014 The Government of the District of Columbia has a continuous need for a Residential Psychiatric Treatment Services to provide services to the children and families of the Child and Family Services Agency. KVC Hospital, Inc Determination & Findings Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA) robert.stona@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
9/5/2014 9/15/2014 Community Based Child Welfare Services/Development and implementation of a community-based child welfare service delivery network located in a distinct geographic area in the District and to work in tandem with CFSA by providing community-based, preventative and supportive aftercare and related child welfare services to District of Columbia residents, including wards of the District and their families, and families in crisis who are in danger of entering into the child welfare system. Georgia Avenue Family Support Collaborative Determination & Findings DC Child and Family Services Agency yorjai.chandy2@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
9/5/2014 9/15/2014 Community Based Child Welfare Services/Development and implementation of a community-based child welfare service delivery network located in a distinct geographic area in the District and to work in tandem with CFSA by providing community-based, preventative and supportive aftercare and related child welfare services to District of Columbia residents, including wards of the District and their families, and families in crisis who are in danger of entering into the child welfare system. Far Southeast Family Strengthening Collaborative Determination & Findings DC Child and Family Services Agency yorjai.chandy2@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
9/5/2014 9/15/2014 Community Based Child Welfare Services/Development and implementation of a community-based child welfare service delivery network located in a distinct geographic area in the District and to work in tandem with CFSA by providing community-based, preventative and supportive aftercare and related child welfare services to District of Columbia residents, including wards of the District and their families, and families in crisis who are in danger of entering into the child welfare system. Edgewood/Brookland Family Support Collaborative Determination & Findings DC Child and Family Services Agency yorjai.chandy2@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
9/5/2014 9/15/2014 Community Based Child Welfare Services/Development and implementation of a community-based child welfare service delivery network located in a distinct geographic area in the District and to work in tandem with CFSA by providing community-based, preventative and supportive aftercare and related child welfare services to District of Columbia residents, including wards of the District and their families, and families in crisis who are in danger of entering into the child welfare system. East River Family Strengthening Collaborative, Inc. Determination & Findings DC Child and Family Services Agency yorjai.chandy2@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
9/5/2014 9/15/2014 Community Based Child Welfare Services/Development and implementation of a community-based child welfare service delivery network located in a distinct geographic area in the District and to work in tandem with CFSA by providing community-based, preventative and supportive aftercare and related child welfare services to District of Columbia residents, including wards of the District and their families, and families in crisis who are in danger of entering into the child welfare system. Columbia Heights/Shaw Family Support Collaborative Determination & Findings DC Child and Family Services Agency yorjai.chandy2@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
9/4/2014 9/14/2014 The Government of the District of Columbia, Office of Contracting and Procurement (OCP), on behalf of the Department of Human Resources (DCHR), seeks to engage the services of a Contractor, PayFlex Systems USA, Inc., to administer a flexible spending program for approximately 27,000 District employees, in accordance with IRS code sections 124,129, 213 and 609 as well as Internal Revenue Service (IRS) publications 502 and 503. The period of performance shall be from January 1, 2015 through September 30, 2015. PayFlex Systems USA, Inc. Determination & Findings Department of Human Resources (DCHR) kenneth.wallington@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
9/4/2014 9/14/2014 The Government of the District of Columbia has a continuous need for a Residential Psychiatric Treatment Services to provide services to the children and families of the Child and Family Services Agency. KVC Hospital, Inc Determination & Findings Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA) robert.stona@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
9/3/2014 9/13/2014 Developmentally Disabled Program Services/ Specialized care for developmentally disabled children presenting issues that cannot be served by traditional group home or independent living programs. Integrated Community Services, Inc. (ICS) Determination & Findings Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA) yorjai.chandy2@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
9/3/2014 9/13/2014 Father-Child Attachment program / Used to assist the fathers to improve their parenting skills, the program helps to prevent child abuse and neglect. Mary’s Center for Maternal and Child Care, Inc. Determination & Findings Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA) yorjai.chandy2@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
8/29/2014 9/8/2014 The Government of the District of Columbia, Office of the Chief Medical Examiner (OCME) intends to award a sole source contract to a qualified Contractor to implement enhancement of its current Audio/Visual Tele Presence infrastructure for the development of an OCME Executive Operations Center. This includes the design and evaluation of resources, infrastructure, equipment, training and supplies required by OCME. The period of performance is expected to be from date of award through September 26, 2014. Advanced Network Consulting Determination & Findings Office of the Chief Medical Examiner ruby.nelson@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
8/28/2014 9/7/2014 The Government of the District of Columbia, Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA), has the following continuing minimum need: a) Professional Sanitarian to conduct investigations of official complaints alleging violations of unsanitary conditions at facilities housing CFSA youths. b)Professional Sanitarian shall provide general safety and environmental health services for a broad spectrum of facilities with potentially unsanitary, hazardous and/or health compromising conditions. Munir Malik Determination & Findings Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA) cheryl.anderson@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
8/26/2014 9/5/2014 CFSA has the need for a provider, is seeking to continue to provide mental health services to CFSA youth and their families under the care of CFSA. The period of performance shall be from October 1, 2014 through September 30, 2015. Requirements provided under the current contract are reasonable firm and continuing. Renewal of this contract period will allow continuous contractual coverage for an additional period, which will satisfy the District’s existing need. Capital Region Children’s Center Determination & Findings Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA) cheryl.anderson@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
8/26/2014 9/5/2014 Jet Fuel South Capitol Heliport LLC Determination & Findings Metropolitan Police Department Gena.johnson@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
8/21/2014 8/31/2014 The Office of Contracting and Procurement, on behalf of the Department of Corrections (DOC) is awarding a sole source contract to URS Federal Technical Services, Inc. / EG&G Technical Services, Inc. until a new contract can be competitively awarded, the incumbent contractor will continue to provide integrated logistics support, including receiving, inventory control, pick, pack, delivery, and special functions as ordered to operate a full service warehouse for DOC beyond the current contract expiration date of September 30, 2014, from October 1, 2014 through September 30, 2015. URS Federal Technical Services, Inc. / EG&G Technical Svcs., Inc. (prior name) Determination & Findings Department of Corrections peter.kern@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
8/20/2014 8/30/2014 The D.C. Department of Health (DOH) Health Emergency Preparedness and Response Administration (HEPRA) requires the services of a contractor to assist with the development and drafting of a Public Health Law Manual (Manual) that will assist public health officials and practitioners with navigating the plethora of statutes and rules governing issues of public health. The contractor will develop and deliver a District of Columbia Public Health Law Bench Book (Bench Book) to provide judges in the District of Columbia with the information they need in order to appropriately and effectively adjudicate public health cases. The Bench Book is a compendium of public health laws and regulations; analysis of legal issues; scientific terms and definitions; model orders; relevant case law; and other appropriate resources that will guide the judiciary and provide concise responses to key questions that may arise when certain public health issues are presented to the court. The period of performance shall be from date of award through June 30, 2015. University of Pittsburgh Graduate School of Public Health (Center for Public Health Practice) Determination & Findings Department of Health, Health Emergency Preparedness and Response Administration (HEPRA) Jake.Roane@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
8/20/2014 8/30/2014 The Government of the District of Columbia, Office of the Deputy Mayor for Planning and Economic Development (“DMPED” or “District”) has a minimum need for a contractor to complete a Phase II Environmental Site Assessment report in support of the Walter Reed Local Redevelopment Authority. HP Environmental Determination & Findings Office of the Deputy Mayor for Planning and Economic Development lindel.reid@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
8/18/2014 8/28/2014 Home Visitation program / Part of the network of primary prevention programs; the program helps to prevent child abuse and neglect. Mary’s Center for Maternal and Child Care, Inc. Determination & Findings Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA) yorjai.chandy2@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
8/18/2014 8/28/2014 The Government of the District of Columbia, Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA) (the District) is seeking the services of a contractor with unique and extensive experience to provide domestic violence training and consultation services to CFSA staff. The Safe and Together Model is proprietary and trademarked to David Mandel & Associates, LLC. This model is only available through David Mandel & Associates, includes specific unique Practice Tools and is based on unique and extensive experience providing domestic violence training and consultation to child protection agency and courts around the country, and internationally. This has been supported by various methods including prior sole source contracts with other jurisdictions and recently a due diligence review by the Arizona Department of Child Safety that showed nothing comparable in the United States. David Mandel & Associates shall provide a series of training activities directed to frontline social work staff to provide certification in applying the Safe and Together model in their case work with families experiencing domestic violence. This will include four main components: a) online learning, b) face to face skill training c) group coaching to support transfer of knowledge and d) certification testing. David Mandel & Associates, LLC Determination & Findings Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA) Pamela.glover@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
8/18/2014 8/28/2014 The Government of the District of Columbia, Department of Corrections (DOC) has an immediate need for full continuum health care services to provide comprehensive medical and mental health services to an estimated population of 2,200 inmates housed in the Central Detention Facility (CDF), 1901 D Street, SE, the Correctional Treatment Facility (CTF), 1901 E Street, SE, and four (4) Community Correctional Centers under the Community-Oriented Correctional Health Care (COCHC) model. DOC developed a new Statement of Work based on the findings and recommendations of the Public Consulting Group, Inc. A new solicitation was advertised in the Washington Times on July 5th, 2013 and simultaneously released on the OCP’s E-Sourcing module. Due to the magnitude of questions that were received from prospective offerors, the solicitation had to be extended to a current closing date of February 13, 2014. The award of the long term requirement is still in progress. The District must continue to provide healthcare services during this period and allow for a sixty (60) day transition period upon the new award. For this reason, the current contract must be extended from October 1, 2014 through January 31, 2015. Unity Health Care Inc Determination & Findings Department of Corrections Grace.alao@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
8/18/2014 8/28/2014 Court Monitor: Contractor was appointed by the District’s court to provide CFSA with court ordered monitoring of the LaShawn A. v. Gray Implementation and Exit Plan. Center for the Study of Social Policy Determination & Findings Children and Family Services Agency Calvinl.mcfadden@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
8/15/2014 8/25/2014 The District of Columbia Department of Human Resources (DCHR) is seeking a Contractor to provide a Commuter Benefit Program for the D.C employees enrolled for such coverage until the new contract is awarded through competitive solicitation. District of Columbia employees require the services from Automatic Data Processing (ADP), Inc. while the overhaul of HRIS is underway in order to ensure that District employee benefits are paid on time. Automatic Data Processing (ADP) Determination & Findings DC Department of Human Resources Jeffrey.Tisdale@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
8/13/2014 8/23/2014 The District of Columbia Office of Contracting and Procurement, on behalf of the Department of Health (DOH) HIV/AIDS, Hepatitis, and STD & TB Administration (HAHSTA) seeks a contractor to provide epidemiological and surveillance support under the DOH/HAHSTA Academic Research Partnership. DOH requires the Contractor to provide ongoing epidemiologic and bio-statistical support, ongoing technical assistance and evaluation of the District’s integrated HIV, STD, Hepatitis and TB surveillance system (hereinafter referred to as “integrated disease surveillance system”); and implementation of the National HIV Behavioral Surveillance (NHBS) system. The period of performance shall be a one year base period and four (4) one year option periods. The base period shall; be from September 25, 2014 through September 24, 2015. George Washington University Determination & Findings Department of Health, HIV/AIDS, Hepatitis, STD & TB Administration Allison.Robertson@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
8/12/2014 8/22/2014 The Government of the District of Columbia, Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA), is seeking a contractor to provide the needs assessment, training development, and on-site training delivery designed to support enhanced telephone communications utilizing Trauma informed practice. ACTION 4 Child Protection Determination & Findings Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA) cheryl.anderson@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
8/11/2014 8/21/2014 The District of Columbia, Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA or the Agency) has a minimum need to provide psychiatric residential treatment services in Kennesaw, GA for children under the care of CFSA and their families (DC Medicaid Funded). Devereux Georgia Determination & Findings Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA) cheryl.anderson@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
8/8/2014 8/18/2014 The Metropolitan Police Department has a need to purchase a new Air Support Unit (ASU) to replace the old one which is Twelve years old. Chopper Spotter J.B. Knowles Inc. Determination & Findings The Metropolitan Police Department joann.garnett@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
8/8/2014 8/18/2014 The District of Columbia Government Office of Contracting and Procurement (OCP) on behalf of the Office of the State Superintendent of Education (OSSE) seeks a qualified contractor to manage the Hospitality High School of Washington, DC for the 2014-15 academic year. The mission of the Hospitality High School is to ensure that students have access to an excellent educational program that is designed to promote success in college and in the hospitality industry. The Washington Hospitality Foundation Determination & Findings Office of the State Superintendent of Education Alvinn.stith@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
8/8/2014 8/18/2014 Consultants to provide Review, Evaluate, Direct (RED) Team Framework services for case planning for CFSA supervisors and social workers. KVC Behavioral Healthcare Nebraska, Inc. Determination & Findings Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA) patricia.lewis-miller@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
8/7/2014 8/17/2014 The District of Columbia, Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA or the Agency) has a minimum need to provide psychiatric residential treatment services in Malvern, PA for children under the care of CFSA and their families (DC Medicaid Funded). Devereux Beneto Determination & Findings Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA) cheryl.anderson@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
8/7/2014 8/17/2014 Therapeutic Maternity Group Home: Provide therapeutic maternity group home care for pregnant youth under the care of CFSA. Florence Crittenton’s Center for Pregnant & Parenting Teens Determination & Findings Children and Family Services Agency Calvinl.mcfadden@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
8/6/2014 8/16/2014 The Office of Contracting and Procurement, on behalf of the Department of Consumer and Regulatory Affairs (DCRA) is awarding a sole source contract extension to Pearson Vue/NCS Pearson, Inc. Until a new contract can be competitively awarded, the incumbent contractor will continue to manage and operate the District’s professional licensing operation functions, including required personnel, equipment, and supplies beyond the expiration date of September 30, 2014, from October 1, 2014 through December 31, 2014. Pearson Vue/NCS Pearson, Inc. Determination & Findings Department of Consumer and Regulatory Affairs peter.kern@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
8/6/2014 8/16/2014 The Office of Contracting and Procurement, on behalf of the Fire and Emergency Medical Service Department (FEMS) is awarding a sole source contract extension to Advanced Data Processing, Inc. (ADPI). Until a new contract can be competitively awarded, the incumbent contractor will continue to provide ambulance billing and patient data collection services beyond the current contract expiration date of September 30, 2014, from October 1, 2014 through December 31, 2014. Advanced Data Processing, Inc. (ADPI) Determination & Findings Fire and Emergency Medical Services Department peter.kern@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
8/6/2014 8/16/2014 STREET SIGNS CONTRACT IDEAL ELECTRICAL SUPPLY CORPORATION Determination & Findings DISTRICT DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION JOSEPHINE.BARRETT-WHITE@DC.GOV nias.info@dc.gov
8/6/2014 8/16/2014 The District intends to be a leader in a new type of neighborhood-scale sustainable development called an “ecodistrict.” Public and private organizations in the District and partners in cities across the United States have worked with a foundation-funded, non-governmental organization called “EcoDistricts” to develop and promote a framework for the planning, implementation and certification of highly sustainable urban communities. EcoDistricts Determination & Findings District Department of the Environment Robyn.johnson2@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
8/5/2014 8/15/2014 Maintenance and Service for Metronic brand defibrillators Physio-Control Determination & Findings Fire and Emergency Medical Services Peter.jones@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
8/1/2014 8/11/2014 The Government of the District of Columbia, Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA), has an immediate need for the services of Dr. Abyssinia Washington to provide trauma-focused mental health treatment to children recently removed from their biological home due to severe psychological trauma. Dr. Abyssinia Washington Determination & Findings Child and Family Services bony.Terrell@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
7/31/2014 8/10/2014 The District Department of Employment Services (DOES) has a need to provide a Construction Industry Portal that will directly access the current DCNetworks system. The Portal is aimed at the construction industry and will meet the needs of the DC Center for Construction Careers. Geographic Solutions Determination & Findings Department of Employment Services Tia.mercer2@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
7/29/2014 8/8/2014 FY14 FEMS Tactical Entry Kits Tactical Entry Kits assembled for FEMS for use during fire emergencies that require protection from active shooters. Safeware, Inc. Determination & Findings DC Fire and Emergency Medical Services Jeffrey.Tisdale@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
7/21/2014 7/31/2014 Inventory Maintenance for Emergency Supplies and Equipment Diogenec Group, LLP Determination & Findings DC Dept of Health (DOH) Stephanie.senior2@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
7/18/2014 7/28/2014 The Government of the District of Columbia, Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA), has an immediate need for the current contractor to continue to provide administrative support services for the Grandparent Caregivers Program. Valorie Gainer Determination & Findings Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA) aaron.holland2@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
7/11/2014 7/21/2014 Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA) has a need for trauma-focused mental health treatment for children. A skilled and experienced clinician is essential to help the children gain skills needed to alleviate stress. Amelia Missieledies. Determination & Findings Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA) trayshawn.miles@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
7/11/2014 7/21/2014 The Government of the District of Columbia, Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA), has an immediate need for the services of Natalie P. Brown to provide support for the development and implementation of our Leadership Strategy. Natalie P. Brown Determination & Findings Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA) shamika.place@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
7/11/2014 7/21/2014 The Metropolitan Police Department is in need to purchase a new Air Support Unit (ASU) to replace the old one which is Twelve years old. J. B. Knowles is the sole manufacturer and distributor of the Chopper Spotter in the United States. J.B. Knowles Inc. Determination & Findings The Metropolitan Police Department joann.garnett@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
7/9/2014 7/19/2014 Community Based Child Welfare Services/ Development and implementation of a community-based child welfare service delivery network located in a distinct geographic area in the District and to work in tandem with CFSA by providing community-based, preventative and supportive aftercare and related child welfare services to District of Columbia residents, including wards of the District and their families, and families in crisis who are in danger of entering into the child welfare system. Georgia Avenue Family Support Collaborative Determination & Findings DC Child and Family Services Agency yorjai.chandy2@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
7/9/2014 7/19/2014 Community Based Child Welfare Services/ Development and implementation of a community-based child welfare service delivery network located in a distinct geographic area in the District and to work in tandem with CFSA by providing community-based, preventative and supportive aftercare and related child welfare services to District of Columbia residents, including wards of the District and their families, and families in crisis who are in danger of entering into the child welfare system. Far Southeast Family Strengthening Collaborative Determination & Findings DC Child and Family Services Agency yorjai.chandy2@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
7/9/2014 7/19/2014 Community Based Child Welfare Services/ Development and implementation of a community-based child welfare service delivery network located in a distinct geographic area in the District and to work in tandem with CFSA by providing community-based, preventative and supportive aftercare and related child welfare services to District of Columbia residents, including wards of the District and their families, and families in crisis who are in danger of entering into the child welfare system. Edgewood/Brookland Family Support Collaborative Determination & Findings DC Child and Family Services Agency yorjai.chandy2@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
7/9/2014 7/19/2014 Community Based Child Welfare Services/ Development and implementation of a community-based child welfare service delivery network located in a distinct geographic area in the District and to work in tandem with CFSA by providing community-based, preventative and supportive aftercare and related child welfare services to District of Columbia residents, including wards of the District and their families, and families in crisis who are in danger of entering into the child welfare system. East River Family Strengthening Collaborative, Inc. Determination & Findings DC Child and Family Services Agency yorjai.chandy2@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
7/9/2014 7/19/2014 Community Based Child Welfare Services/ Development and implementation of a community-based child welfare service delivery network located in a distinct geographic area in the District and to work in tandem with CFSA by providing community-based, preventative and supportive aftercare and related child welfare services to District of Columbia residents, including wards of the District and their families, and families in crisis who are in danger of entering into the child welfare system. Columbia Heights/Shaw Family Support Collaborative Determination & Findings DC Child and Family Services Agency yorjai.chandy2@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
7/9/2014 7/19/2014 The Government of the District of Columbia, Department of Corrections (DOC) needs the current contractor to continue to provide commissary services to its inmate population until a new contract is awarded. In order to minimize disruption to overall facility operations, it is essential that the District maintain an efficient commissary process. The period of performance is September 1, 2014 through December 31, 2014. Keefe Commissary Network, LLC - Contract DOC-06-067-KEE Determination & Findings Department of Corrections Rebecca.young@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
7/9/2014 7/19/2014 The Contractor shall provide Psychiatric Residential Treatment Services twenty-four (24) hours per day, seven (7) days a week to emotionally disturbed wards of Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA). The Contractor shall provide intensive residential and medical treatment services to CFSA clients. The residential and medical treatments are part of a continuum of care, which provides services at varying levels of intensity from the most to least restrictive. This continuum of care is dynamic; treatment services provided to the clients are geared toward improving the level of functioning so those clients progress to less restrictive settings and increased levels of functioning. Valle Vista Health Systems, LLC. Determination & Findings Child and Family Services Ebony.Terrell@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
7/2/2014 7/12/2014 Youth Furniture Supplies and Services Quality Wholesale Distributors, LLC. Determination & Findings DC Child and Family Services Agency Shamika.Place@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
7/2/2014 7/12/2014 DCEB-2014-C-0505 /The Government of the District of Columbia, Office of the Deputy Mayor for Planning and Economic Development (“DMPED” or “District”) has a minimum need for a contractor to provide crowdfunding campaign management services for a pilot project. National Crowdfunding Services, LLC Determination & Findings Office of the Deputy Mayor for Planning and Economic Development lindel.reid@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
6/30/2014 7/10/2014 The District of Columbia Government (District), Office of Contracting and Procurement (OCP), on behalf of the District's Department of Human Resources (DCHR), Center for Learning and Development (CDL) seeks to engage the services of contractor to provide leadership and management training for mid-level and senior level District managers through its Certified Public Management Program. The period of performance shall be from October 1, 2014 through September 30, 2015 The George Washington University, Center for Excellence in Public Leadership Determination & Findings Department of Human Resources (DCHR) Yvette.henry@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
6/30/2014 7/10/2014 The Government of the District of Columbia, Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA), has an immediate need for the services of a contractor in the State of North Carolina to provide a youth transitional living program in a stable environment with a family-like living alternative for behaviorally and/or mentally disabled children. Blessed Alms, Inc. Determination & Findings Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA) Shamika.Place@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
6/26/2014 7/6/2014 Mask Room Support Services Municipal Emergency Services (MES) Determination & Findings DC Fire and Emergency Medical Services jeffrey.tisdale@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
6/19/2014 6/29/2014 The District of Columbia Office of Contracting and Procurement (District) on behalf of the Department of Corrections (DOC), is seeking contractors to provide continuity of services for Pre-Release Community Correctional Services-DC Halfway House, residential custody, safekeeping, care, subsistence, supervision, treatment rehabilitation and other services as specified in Section C of this solicitation, for male and female residents held under the authority of any United States or District of Columbia statute, or any other lawful authority entrusted to it by the District, in facilities operated, managed, owned/leased and maintained by the Contractor. The period of performance shall not exceed August 13, 2014. Extended House, Inc./Hope Villages, Inc./Reynolds and Associate, Inc. Determination & Findings Department of Corrections (DOC) Antwanette.murphy@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
6/18/2014 6/28/2014 DCHR Transformation and Assessment of Services, Training Programs and Culture / The District of Columbia Department of Human Resources (DCHR) has a minimum need to continue to conduct and complete the comprehensive current state assessment of the District’s HR services, culture, training programs, structure, processes, practices, technology, and functions until April 15, 2015. AON Consulting (AON) Determination & Findings DC Department of Human Resources jeffrey.tisdale@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
6/18/2014 6/28/2014 DCHR Indemnity Insurance Programs American Family Life Company of Columbia (AFlac) Determination & Findings DC Department of Human Resources jeffrey.tisdale@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
6/18/2014 6/28/2014 The Department of Columbia Office of Contracting and Procurement (OCP), on behalf of the Department of Corrections (DOC) (the “District”) has a continuing need for a contractor to provide comprehensive off-site laundry services for an average daily population of up to 2164 inmates at the Central Detention Facility (CDF) located at 1901 D Street, SE, Washington, DC 20003. The service provider will pick up sorted dirty laundry such as linens, blankets, towels, jumpsuits, and personal items from the facility and deliver cleaned and sanitized, folded items. Pickup and delivery of a pre-defined schedule for five (5) days a week. The period of performance is expected to be from August 14, 2014 through December 31, 2014. Virginia Correctional Enterprises Determination & Findings Department of Corrections (DOC) Ruby.nelson@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
6/13/2014 6/23/2014 DCEB-2014-C-0503 / The Government of the District of Columbia, Office of the Deputy Mayor for Planning and Economic Development (“DMPED”) on behalf of the Office of Motion Picture and Television Development (“MPTD”) has a minimum need for a contractor to provide lead program coordination and marketing seervice for the 2014 GatewayDC Summer Film Series services administrated by MPTD. DC Shorts Determination & Findings Office of the Deputy Mayor for Planning and Economic Development lindel.reid@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
6/13/2014 6/23/2014 DCEB-2014-C-0502 / The Government of the District of Columbia, Office of the Deputy Mayor for Planning and Economic Development (“DMPED”) on behalf of the Office of Motion Picture and Television Development (“MPTD”) has a minimum need for a contractor to provide technical and operations services in support of the St. Elizabeths GatewayDC Summer Film Series administrated by MPTD. ReelPlan Determination & Findings Office of the Deputy Mayor for Planning and Economic Development lindel.reid@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
6/13/2014 6/23/2014 The Department of Columbia Office of Contracting and Procurement (OCP), on behalf of the Department of Corrections (DOC) (the “District”) has a continuing need for a contractor to provide comprehensive off-site laundry services for an average daily population of up to 2164 inmates at the Central Detention Facility (CDF) located at 1901 D Street, SE, Washington, DC 20003. The service provider will pick up sorted dirty laundry such as linens, blankets, towels, jumpsuits, and personal items from the facility and deliver cleaned and sanitized, folded items. Pickup and delivery of a pre-defined schedule for five (5) days a week. The period of performance is expected to be from August 14, 2014 through December 31, 2014. Virginia Correctional Enterprises Determination & Findings Department of Corrections (DOC) ruby.nelson@dc.goc nias.info@dc.gov
6/11/2014 6/21/2014 CFSA seeks a vendor to provide Psychiatric Residential treatment services twenty-four (24) hours per day, seven (7) days a week to emotionally disturbed wards of Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA), hereinafter referred to as clients. The Contractor shall provide intensive residential treatment services to CFSA clients. Residential treatment is part of a continuum of care, which provides services at varying levels of intensity from the most too least restrictive. This continuum of care is dynamic; treatment services provided to the clients under this contract are geared toward improving the level of functioning so those clients progress too less restrictive setting and increased levels of functioning The Hughes Center, LLC Determination & Findings Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA) robert.stona@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
6/10/2014 6/20/2014 In-Patient Psychiatric Services: Provide in-patient psychiatric services for children and youth under the care of CFSA. Psychiatric Institute of Washington Determination & Findings Children and Family Services Agency Calvinl.mcfadden@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
6/10/2014 6/20/2014 The District of Columbia, Contracts and Procurement Administration, on behalf of the Child and Family Services (CAFS), is seeking a contractor to provide tangible tools and technical assistance to build long-term staff capacity for data literacy and data-based decision making. The Contractor will create a tailored technical assistance plan for each Collaborative organization to build upon current assets and work with Collaborative staff and management to build adaptive culture, transitioning to performance-driven data literacy in addition to gathering data for compliance. DC Action for Children Determination & Findings Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA) Ebony.Terrell@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
6/9/2014 6/19/2014 The Department on Disability Services (DDS), Developmental Disabilities Administration (DDA), requires the continued services of a local and national expert in primary care for persons with intellectual and developmental disabilities (IADD), academic medicine and quality care to continue to address the quality, availability, access to and consistent implementation of health care for persons served by DDS. These services are required to assist the agency in implementing DDA’s Health Care Imitative effective May 12, 2008 and meet requirements of the 2010 Revision of the 2001 Plan for Compliance and Conclusion of Evans v. Gray in fiscal year 2014 and beyond. The George Washington University Determination & Findings Department on Disability Services Nicole.Starwood@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
6/4/2014 6/14/2014 The purpose of the contract is to equip the DC Public Charter School Board (PCSB) to assist public charter schools to ensure the health and safety of their students by contracting with Student Support Center (SSC) to work with public charter schools to develop their emergency response plans, train public charter school leadership and staff on emergency response procedures and techniques, and link public charter schools to community resources that support school safety. Student Support Center Determination & Findings DC Public Charter School Board awilliams@dcpcsb.org nias.info@dc.gov
6/2/2014 6/12/2014 The Office of the Chief Technology Officer (the District) has a need to modify the existing contract (DCTO-2008-C-0135) with OST in order to include the transition period for the existing contract. OST, Inc. Determination & Findings Office of the Chief Technology Officer emily.busch@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
5/27/2014 6/6/2014 RQ855992 / Inspection Equipment Analyzers for Self-Testing Envirotest Systems Corp. Determination & Findings Department of Public Works, Fleet Management Administration Adele.smith@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
5/23/2014 6/2/2014 The Department on Disability Services (DDS), Developmental Disabilities Administration (DDA), requires services of a contractor with demonstrated capacity and experience working with the District’s DDA service delivery system, Hospital, Primary Care, Specialty Care, Nursing and Clinical associations and networks, Medical Schools, and the DC Departments of Health and Health Care Finance to advance a quality assurance and improvement initiative to assist DDS in meeting its regulatory and legal requirements in conclusion of the more than 35-year old case of Evans vs. Gray, and focus on health and related issues that impact access to quality services and supports and ultimately the quality of life for people with intellectual disabilities. Georgetown University, Center for Child and Human Development – University Center for Excellence in Developmental Disabilities Determination & Findings Department on Disability Services Maureen.Hill@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
5/21/2014 5/31/2014 The Office of Contracting and Procurement, on behalf of the Department of Consumer and Regulatory Affairs (DCRA), Occupational and Professional Licensing Administration (OPLA) awarded a sole source contract to provide technical, managerial and administrative services to facilitate DCRA’s licensing operation function. The period of performance is expected to be from October 1, 2014 through December 31, 2014. Pearson VUE Determination & Findings Department of Consumer and Regulatory Affairs (DCRA), Occupational and Professional Licensing Administration (OPLA) denise.burton@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
5/15/2014 5/25/2014 The District of Columbia, Contracts and Procurement Administration, on behalf of the Child and Family Services (CAFS), is seeking a contractor to renovate the existing space into a comfortable, child-friendly lounge for children waiting for placement and/or pick-up. Rand Construction Corporation Determination & Findings Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA) ebony.terrell@dc.govv nias.info@dc.gov
5/7/2014 5/17/2014 Safeway gift cards/ CFSA, has a urgent need for give cards to assist CFSA’s clients with an emergency need for household or personal items Safeway Inc. Determination & Findings Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA) trayshawn.miles@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
5/7/2014 5/17/2014 Giant gift cards/ CFSA, has a urgent need for give cards to assist CFSA’s clients with an emergency need for household or personal items Giant Determination & Findings Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA) trayshawn.miles@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
5/7/2014 5/17/2014 The Government of the District of Columbia, Department of Health Care Finance has a need to maintain health care services for the District’s Medicaid eligible population enrolled in the Child and Adolescent Supplemental Security Income Program (CASSIP). The CASSIP program provides an array of comprehensive health care, mental health and substance abuse services to pproximately 6,121 Medicaid eligible children and adolescents up to the age of twenty-six (26) with disabilities and complex health care needs. Due to the specific, repetitive, complicated isorders and diagnoses of CASSIP enrollees, it is essential that each enrollee and his or her family receive intensive Case Management, Care Coordination and support throughout their childhood and adolescence, including during transition from one program to another. All aspects of care are amily-centered, communication with and education of the family is frequent, and communication among each enrollee’s team of Providers is routine to ensure effective administration. CASSIP enrollees receive medically necessary services for physical health, mental and behavioral health, and substance abuse, nursing home care, Intermediate Care Facilities for Mental Retardation (ICF/MR) and residential treatment services. The Period of Performance is July 10, 2014 to July 9, 2015 while the long term requirement is being solicited, evaluated and awarded to the successful Contractor. Health Care Services for Children with Special Needs, Inc. Determination & Findings Department of Health Care Finance (DHCF) Grace.alao@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
5/7/2014 5/17/2014 DCEB-2014-C-0501 / The Government of the District of Columbia, Office of the Deputy Mayor for Planning and Economic Development has a minimum need for a contractor to provide various services (creative strategy, marketing and outreach, application management, funding recommendations and facilitation of a customized mentorship program) in support of the District’s new Digital DC Technology Fund (DDCTF). DC Innovates Determination & Findings Office of the Deputy Mayor for Planning and Economic Development lindel.reid@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
4/29/2014 5/9/2014 The District of Columbia Department of Healthcare Finance (DHCF) has a need for a Contractor to provide, enhance and implement a federally owned and certified or certifiable Medicaid Management Information System (MMIS) to support the traditional fee-for-service delivery model. The Contractor shall be required to implement for to the District a system used in a fully operational manner in order to maintain compliance with the US Department of Health and Human Services Center for Medicaid Services (CMS) which is certified or certifiable MMIS, as well as, implement certain system enhancements and improvements prior to assuming operational responsibilities. The contractor must be able to perform services starting on September 10, 2014. Xerox State Healthcare, LLC Determination & Findings Department of Health Care Finance Dawn.mayo2@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
4/25/2014 5/5/2014 The Government of the District of Columbia, Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA), has the need for a Contractor to provide Specialized Family Based Foster Care, licensed in the state of Maryland to continue care of this one youth that has been under the care of this Contractor’s services since 1999. The period of performance shall be from July 01, 2014 through June 30, 2015 to ensure uninterrupted service delivery to the youth currently placed at the facility that cannot be served by traditional group home or independent living programs. This child is currently obtaining services from the Contractor so as to not disrupt their clinical progress. Mentor Maryland, Inc. Determination & Findings Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA) cheryl.anderson@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
4/25/2014 5/5/2014 The Office of the Chief Technology Officer (the District) has a need to modify the existing contract (DCTO-2008-C-0135) with OST in order to include the transition period for the existing contract. OST, Inc. Determination & Findings Office of the Chief Technology Officer Emily.Busch@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
4/25/2014 5/5/2014 The District of Columbia Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA), has a need for a contractor with an established record, located in the District to provide youth support services throughout the academic year, and educational opportunities that are college-focused, residential programs with monthly follow-up programs to youth in foster care. First Star Greater Washington, LLC Determination & Findings Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA) shamika.place@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
4/14/2014 4/24/2014 The Government of the District of Columbia, Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA), has an immediate need for the services of a contractor in the State of Georgia known to achieve outcomes that improve the well-being of youth. Multi-Agency Alliance for Children (MAAC) Determination & Findings Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA) Shamika.Place@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
4/10/2014 4/20/2014 The Government of the District of Columbia, Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA), has an immediate need to contract with Dr. Robin E. Gearing, a social work professional with a vast knowledge of assessment and treatment knowledge, to train CFSA employees and contracted staff on the subjects of Child and Adult Psychopathology. Dr. Robin Gearing Determination & Findings Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA) Shamika.Place@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
4/9/2014 4/19/2014 Respite Care Placement Services: The Government of the District of Columbia, Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA) requires the Contractor to provide Respite Care Placement services for wards who have a wide range of medical conditions, including heart disease, chronic lung disease, feeding problems, and complications of prematurity. Hospital for Sick Children – Pediatric Center Determination & Findings Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA) Pamela.glover@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
3/31/2014 4/10/2014 Mental Health Services/ Providing mental health services. Functions that include individual and family therapy for children and their families who are in the care of the District of Columbia, Child and Family Services Agency CFSA. API Associates, Inc. Determination & Findings Child and Family Services Agency aaron.holland2@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
3/28/2014 4/7/2014 The Government of the District of Columbia, Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA), has an immediate need to obtain web services and license agreements for the use of Child and Adolescent Functional Assessment Scale (CAFAS) and the Pre-school and Early Childhood Functional Assessment Scale (PECFAS) from Multi-Health Systems, Inc. (MHS). CFSA is integrating these tools into everyday case practice for all children in the Agency’s care and custody, ages 0-21 years. For the orderly, effective, and reliable implementation of the CAFAS and PECFAS tools, CFSA needs to obtain the license. Multi-Health Systems, Inc Determination & Findings CFSA Shamika.Place@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
3/28/2014 4/7/2014 The Government of the District of Columbia, Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA) is seeking a contractor to purchase Caring for Our Own Certifiied Training Material. Children’s Alliance of Kansas Determination & Findings CFSA cheryl.anderson@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
3/26/2014 4/5/2014 The Government of the District of Columbia, Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA), has an immediate need to integrate the Child and Adolescent Functional Assessment Scale (CAFAS) and the Pre-school and Early Childhood Functional Assessment Scale (PECFAS), into everyday case practice for all children in District care and custody, ages 0-21 years. For the orderly, effective, and reliable implementation of the CAFAS and PECFAS tools, the social workers who will be using it require Master Training from a trainer, who has been approved/ certified by the owner of the CAFAS and PECFAS tools, Multi-Health Services, Inc (MHS). Dr. Susan Sabin Determination & Findings Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA) aaron.holland2@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
3/19/2014 3/29/2014 PHASE I Enhance the central traffic operation system by implementing display of real-time travel time on Dynamic Message Signs (DMS), implementing Automatic Vehicle Locating (AVL) on roadway patrol trucks and to develop remote data collection modules during the calendar year of 2014. This will be PHASE II of the project involving but not limited to the following: Implement system integration of tunnel-operation Dynamic Message Signs (DMS), mobile CCTV system and conduct traffic data analysis and visualization. Implement the social media analysis program to improve the accuracy of incident information. Develop an asset management system to monitor the real-time operational status of ITS devices in the District. PLEASE REFER TO THE DETERMINATION AND FINDINGS FOR SOLE SOURCE FOR SPECIFIC CRITERIA FOR THIS PROJECT. Virginia Tech Determination & Findings DDOT Kirk.benson@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
3/19/2014 3/29/2014 In 2012, CFSA was awarded a federal trauma grant. While this grant provides initial training to staff of CFSA and its partners, CWTA is tasked with insuring continued trauma-treatment training for new CFSA social workers, family support workers, nurse care managers and staff once this grant award period has ended. The Child Welfare Training Academy (CWTA) of Child and Family Services Agency has a need for a contractor to provide Trauma Treatment Training and Certification for upto 18 CFSA individuals. Trauma Institute and Child Trauma Institute Determination & Findings Child and Family Services Agency trayshawn.miles@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
3/19/2014 3/29/2014 The Government of the District of Columbia, Department of Youth Rehabilitation Services (DYRS) intends to award a sole source contract to a qualified Contractor to develop and implement Multi-Systemic Therapy for Emerging Adults (MST EA), an evidence-based program for young adults involved in the juvenile or criminal justice system. This program will address a gap in the current service array by providing intensive, in-home, evidence-based services for DYRS involved youth ages 17-21. The successful Contractor must be licensed and certified in the area of MST-EA. The period of performance is expected to be from May 1, 2014 through April 30, 2015. Evidence Based Associates (EBA) Determination & Findings Department of Youth Rehabilitation Services rhonda.meriwether@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
3/19/2014 3/29/2014 CFSA has the need for a provider to to provide the needs assessment, training development, and training delivery designed to support enhanced telephone communications, client engagement, writing skills, and Call Center Management for the CFSA Child Abuse and Neglect Hotline to help inform the CFSA Differential Response Model for children/families in crisis due to alleged maltreatment. The vendor offers post-training certification testing on the knowledge and skills learned in the Master Series Frontline Fundamentals, Supervision, Workforce Management and Quality Assurance courses. The Call Center School Determination & Findings Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA) cheryl.anderson@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
3/14/2014 3/24/2014 STREET & BRIDGE MILLING MACHINE MAINTENANCE ELLIOTT & FRANTZ, INC. Determination & Findings DISTRICT DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION LORRAE.JORDAN@DC.GOV nias.info@dc.gov
3/13/2014 3/23/2014 Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM-5) Training / Training workshops for DSM-5 for CFSA and contract agency staff. American Psychiatric Foundation (APF) Determination & Findings Child and Family Services Agency yorjai.chandy2@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
3/12/2014 3/22/2014 The Government of the District of Columbia, Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA), has the following continuing minimum need: Trained Family Team Meeting (FTM) Coordinator to provide skilled and services to engage families, extended kinship networks, the community and professional partners in order to create plans that ensure children’s safety, permanency and well-being.L Genie Glymph Determination & Findings Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA) cheryl.anderson@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
3/11/2014 3/21/2014 The Government of the District of Columbia, Department of Youth Rehabilitation Services (DYRS) intends to award a sole source contract to a qualified Contractor to develop and implement Multi-Systemic Therapy for Emerging Adults (MST EA), an evidence-based program for young adults involved in the juvenile or criminal justice system. This program will address a gap in the current service array by providing intensive, in-home, evidence-based services for DYRS involved youth ages 17-21. The successful Contractor must be licensed and certified in the area of MST-EA. The period of performance is expected to be from April 1, 2014 through March 31, 2015. Evidence Based Associates (EBA) Determination & Findings Department of Youth Rehabilitation Services rhonda.meriwether@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
3/11/2014 3/21/2014 CFSA clients have a need for transportation between CFSA facilities, courts and various service providers in the metro area. CFSA provides fare cards to its clients as a cost effective means of transportation while in the Washington Metropolitan area. Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority (WMATA) Determination & Findings Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA) trayshawn.miles@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
3/7/2014 3/17/2014 Educational achievement strategy for foster children / Development of a comprehensive educational achievement strategy for foster children in the child welfare system that strengthens and supports the youth’s learning, growth and development from a student and family centered perspective Wendy Jacobson Determination & Findings CFSA yorjai.chandy2@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
3/6/2014 3/16/2014 The Government of the District of Columbia, Office of Contracting and Procurement desires to negotiate an extension of the current contract DCOP-2008-E-2111, under the current terms and conditions. The Contractor is to provide clothing and linen to various D.C. Government agencies. The current term of your contract expires on March 26, 2014. The period of performance for the contract extension shall be from March 27, 2014 through September 30, 2014. American Supply Company Determination & Findings Office of Contracting and Procurement (OCP) Helen. Tilahun@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
3/6/2014 3/16/2014 The Government of the District of Columbia, Office of Contracting and Procurement desires to negotiate an extension of the current contract DCOP-2008-E-2113, under the current terms and conditions. The Contractor is to provide clothing and linen to various D.C. Government agencies. The current term of your contract expires on March 31, 2014. The period of performance for the contract extension shall be from April 1, 2014 through September 30, 2014. American Supply Company Determination & Findings Office of Contracting and Procurement (OCP) Helen. Tilahun@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
3/4/2014 3/14/2014 Enhance the central traffic operation system by implementing display of real-time travel time on Dynamic Message Signs (DMS), implementing Automatic Vehicle Locating (AVL) on roadway petrol trucks and to develop remote data collection modules during the calendar year of 2014. Virginia Tech Determination & Findings DDOT Kirk.benson@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
3/4/2014 3/14/2014 Comprehensive Oral Health Services / The Government of the District of Columbia, Department of Health Care Finance, (DOHCF), hereinafter referred to as the “District,” is contracting with Quality Plan Administrators, Inc. (QPA), hereinafter referred to as the “Provider”, to provide comprehensive oral health services including providing a network of dentists, beneficiary services, and related administrative services and support services for approximately 6,000 children and 60,000 adults in the District’s fee-for-service population. Any disruption in these services would cause great harm to the residents of the District who are under the care of providers in the QPA network. QPA provides Medicaid fee-for-service recipients with access to their dental network in order to maintain good oral health. Furthermore, any disruption to these services would cause the District a financial burden. The purpose of this Sole Source award is to ensure continued essential comprehensive oral health services for the children and adults in the District’s fee-for-service population. Quality Plan Administrators Determination & Findings Department of Health Care Finance Jontae.byrams@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
2/28/2014 3/10/2014 The Office of Contracting and Procurement, on behalf of the Department of Consumer and Regulatory Affairs (DCRA), Occupational and Professional Licensing Administration (OPLA) awarded a sole source contract to provide technical, managerial and administrative services to facilitate DCRA’s licensing operation function. The period of performance is expected to be from April 1, 2014 through September 30, 2014. Pearson VUE Determination & Findings Department of Consumer and Regulatory Affairs (DCRA), Occupational and Professional Licensing Administration (OPLA) crystal.farmer-linder@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
2/28/2014 3/10/2014 The Government of the District of Columbia, Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA), has an immediate need to integrate the Child and Adolescent Functional Assessment Scale (CAFAS) and the Pre-school and Early Childhood Functional Assessment Scale (PECFAS), into everyday case practice for all children in District care and custody, ages 0-21 years. For the orderly, effective, and reliable implementation of the CAFAS and PECFAS tools, the social workers who will be using it require Master Training from a trainer who has been approved/certified by the owner of the CAFAS and PECFAS tools, Multi-Health Services , Inc (MHS). Dr. Susan Sabin Determination & Findings CFSA aaron.holland2@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
2/28/2014 3/10/2014 Organizational Infrastructure Improvement Project:Provide integral assistance to the infrastructure of the Agency’s federal revenue operation, including continual training of CFSA staff and provider staff, completing cost allocation plan amendments, third party billing processing and training for Target Case Management, and IV-E claiming system improvement. Sivic Solutions Group, LLC Determination & Findings CFSA Calvinl.mcfadden@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
2/27/2014 3/9/2014 The Government of the District of Columbia, Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA), has an immediate need for the Abraxas RTC to provide intensive in-house mental health services. Abraxas RTC Determination & Findings CFSA aaron.holland2@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
2/25/2014 3/7/2014 CFSA has the need for a provider, licensed in the State of Florida, to provide Psychiatric Residential Treatment to District residents and eligible persons under the care of CFSA. This Residential Treatment Center provides to clients that have a DSM-IV diagnosis as specified through psychiatric evaluations. Requirements provided under the current contract are reasonable firm and continuing and are needed beyond the existing contract period. Renewal of this contract period will allow continuous contractual coverage for an additional period, which will satisfy the District’s existing need. University Behavioral Center (CFSA-10-C-0135) Determination & Findings CFSA cheryl.anderson@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
2/25/2014 3/7/2014 CFSA has the need for a provider, licensed in the State of Florida, to provide Psychiatric Residential Treatment to District residents and eligible persons under the care of CFSA. This Residential Treatment Center provides to clients that have a DSM-IV diagnosis as specified through psychiatric evaluations. Requirements provided under the current contract are reasonable firm and continuing and are needed beyond the existing contract period. Renewal of this contract period will allow continuous contractual coverage for an additional period, which will satisfy the District’s existing need. University Behavioral Center (CFSA-10-C-0134) Determination & Findings CFSA cheryl.anderson@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
2/25/2014 3/7/2014 CFSA has the need for a provider, licensed in the State of Florida, to provide Psychiatric Residential Treatment to District residents and eligible persons under the care of CFSA. This Residential Treatment Center provides to clients that have a DSM-IV diagnosis as specified through psychiatric evaluations. Requirements provided under the current contract are reasonable firm and continuing and are needed beyond the existing contract period. Renewal of this contract period will allow continuous contractual coverage for an additional period, which will satisfy the District’s existing need. University Behavioral Center (CFSA-10-C-0133) Determination & Findings CFSA cheryl.anderson@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
2/25/2014 3/7/2014 CFSA has the need for a provider, licensed in the State of Florida, to provide Psychiatric Residential Treatment to District residents and eligible persons under the care of CFSA. This Residential Treatment Center provides to clients that have a DSM-IV diagnosis as specified through psychiatric evaluations. Requirements provided under the current contract are reasonable firm and continuing and are needed beyond the existing contract period. Renewal of this contract period will allow continuous contractual coverage for an additional period, which will satisfy the District’s existing need. University Behavioral Center (CFSA-10-C-0132) Determination & Findings CFSA cheryl.anderson@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
2/25/2014 3/7/2014 CFSA has the need to provide Psychiatric Residential Treatment to District residents and eligible persons under the care of CFSA. This Residential Treatment Center provides to DC Medicaid clients that have a DSM-IV diagnosis as specified through psychiatric evaluations. Requirements provided under the current contract are reasonable firm and continuing and are needed beyond the existing contract period. Renewal of this contract period will allow continuous contractual coverage for an additional period, which will satisfy the District’s existing need. Adventist Health Care Determination & Findings CFSA cheryl.anderson@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
2/25/2014 3/7/2014 The Department of Health (DOH), Community Health Administration (CHA), requests the current contractor, Children’s National Medical Center, Inc., to continue to provide the management and daily operations of the School Health Nursing contract . The program encompasses the management oversight of school nurses serving in approximately 165 public, public charters, and special need school sites in the District of Columbia. The overall goal of the Program is to improve the general health and well-being of the children enrolled in District of Columbia public and charter schools through health promotion education and supervised nursing services and follow-up. The period of performance is from July 1, 2014 through June 30, 2015 until a new contract can be competitively awarded. Children’s National Medical Center Determination & Findings Department of Health, Community Health Administration Grace.alao@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
2/21/2014 3/3/2014 The Government of the District of Columbia, Office of Contracting and Procurement (District) has an immediate need to extend the period of performance for the current city-wide uniform contract DCPO-2008-E-2115. The District needs the current contractor to provide officer’s uniforms at a fixed unit price to various agencies within the Government of the District of Columbia. The uniforms consists of trousers, shirts, battle dress uniforms (BDU), patches, insignias, stripes, belts, hats, rain coats, winter coats, and windbreakers. The current service will be required beyond the current expiration date of the current contract, April 4, 2014 through September 30, 2014, or until a new contract can be competitively awarded. Morgan’s Inc. T/A Jimmie Muscatello’s Determination & Findings Office of Contracting and Procurement Rebecca.young@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
2/21/2014 3/3/2014 The Office of Contracting and Procurement, on behalf of The Fire and Emergency Medical Services Department is is awarding a sole source contract to provide bill and collect fees from patients transported to hospitals by Department ambulances. The Department requires a contractor to provide such services. Services provided by the contractor shall include the following: Billing of healthcare and other insurance providers for patient ambulance charges. Billing of patients for ambulance charges. Mailing of notices and other documents to support ambulance billing. The period of performance is expected to be from April 1, 2014 through September 30, 2014 Advanced Data Processing Inc. Determination & Findings The Fire and Emergency Medical Services Department crystal.farmer-linder@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
2/19/2014 3/1/2014 Training and Technical Assistance/ Contractor to continue providing training and technical assistance to the Child and Family Services Agency of Washington, D.C. to implement trauma informed and focused care within their child welfare system KVC Health Systems, Inc. Determination & Findings CFSA yorjai.chandy2@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
2/19/2014 3/1/2014 CFSA has been awarded a Trauma grant to bring trauma- informed care that’s being done within the agency. Training will is for new CFSA social workers, family support workers, nurse care managers, and staff. Trauma Institute and Child Trauma Institute Determination & Findings CFSA trayshawn.miles@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
2/19/2014 3/1/2014 The Government of the District of Columbia, Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA), has an immediate need for the Campbell Center to help bridge the gap of a low assessment and treatment completion rate by supplying peer support services to motivate and engage youth who need to recognize and address substance use disorders by completing assessments, entering a treatment program, and completing treatment. Campbell Center Services Determination & Findings CFSA aaron.holland2@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
2/14/2014 2/24/2014 The District of Columbia Department of Corrections requires consultants commencing March 1, 2014 to provide a systemic approach to assess and support the DCDOC’s anti-sexual harassment program related to allegations of staff sexual harassment in the following areas: culture, leadership, professionalism and staff performance, workforce engagement, training, stakeholder engagement, operations/ operational practice, and performance measurements. The consultant would be required to provide a report of the assessment of DOC’s anti-harassment program to the DOC Director to assist in valuing the merits of the current programs and procedures in place, provide recommendations for prospective management of its anti-harassment program and assist with management of that program. The contract would be an extension of a current contract addressing the sexual safety of inmates in the DCDOC to the sexual safety of staff The Moss Group Determination & Findings OCP Ruby.nelson@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
2/12/2014 2/22/2014 System Evaluation Services/The Government of the District of Columbia, Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA), has an immediate need for the services of a contractor to evaluate a federal project involving the use of federal funds awarded by the Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention to enhance the existing Family Treatment Court. Under the requirements of the grant-funded enhancement project, CFSA is required to engage a third party to conduct a project evaluation, which shall include a process evaluation and an outcome evaluation. Coordinated Care Services, Inc. Determination & Findings CFSA shamika.place@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
2/10/2014 2/20/2014 The Executive Office of the Mayor (EOM) is seeking a contractor to complete the implementation of the Labor Management Partnership Council (LMPC) Dwight Bowman Strategic Plan (DBSP). The contractor must be familiar with the previous work of the strategic and implementation plans. Hagerty Consulting Determination & Findings EOM uranus.anderson@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
2/10/2014 2/20/2014 Trauma Systems Therapy online training course Free State Social Work, LLC Determination & Findings CFSA patricia.lewis-miller@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
2/7/2014 2/17/2014 The Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA) has an immediate need for the services of Dr. Allison M. Jackson to provide medical records review and analysis specific to ongoing investigations involving Medical Abuse allegations. Dr. Allison M. Jackson Determination & Findings CFSA robert.stona@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
2/6/2014 2/16/2014 To provide service, repairs, and supplies for chippers and stump grinders for emergency operations. Vermeer Mid Atlantic, Inc Determination & Findings DDOT barbara2.brown@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
2/6/2014 2/16/2014 Safe Families for Children Program / Providing Community Based Child Welfare services Lydia Home Association Determination & Findings CFSA aaron.holland2@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
2/5/2014 2/15/2014 The Government of the District of Columbia, Department of Corrections (DOC) has an immediate need for full continuum health care services to provide comprehensive medical and mental health services to an estimated population of 2,406 imates housed in the Central Detention Facility (CDF), 1901 D Street. SE the Correctional Treatment Facility (CTF), 1901 E Street, SE, and four (4) Comunity Correctional Centers under the Community-Oriented Correctional Health Care (COCHC) model. Unity Health Care Inc. Determination & Findings DOC Grace.alao@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
1/31/2014 2/10/2014 The Department of Housing and Community Development(DCHD) has a need for Loan Servicing, Loan Collection and Foreclosure Services for its current and future amortized and deferred loans for the Home Purchase Assistance Program(HPAP), the Employer-Assisted Housing Program(EAHP), The Metropolitan Police Housing Assistance Program(MPHAP), the Single-Family Housing Homeownership Program(SFHRP) Deferred, Amortizing and Wylie Courts Condominium Homeownership Program, the Multi-Family Rehabilitation Program(MFHRP) and the Economic Development Program(EDP). AmeriNational Community Services Determination & Findings DHCD Dawn.Mayo@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
1/31/2014 2/10/2014 The Department of Health Care Finance has a continuing need for a Contractor (Broker) to manage and administer the District’s Non-Emergency Transportation (NET) Services for the District’s Medicaid Eligible fee-for-service (FFS) Recipients. The Contractor (Broker) shall develop and maintain a network of transportation providers, receive and schedule recipients’ transportation services, and monitor the delivery of transportation services. Medical Transportation Management, Inc. Determination & Findings DHCF Grace.alao@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
1/29/2014 2/8/2014 The Government of the District of Columbia, Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA) is seeking a contractor to conduct PS-MAPP Certification Training. Children’s Alliance of Kansas Determination & Findings CFSA cheryl.anderson@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
1/28/2014 2/7/2014 DOH is seeking a vendor to provide high-volume medication repackaging, dispensing, and inventory maintenance support. MTS Medication Technologies Determination & Findings DOH Stephanie.senior2@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
1/28/2014 2/7/2014 DOH is seeking a vendor to provide system upgrades to the Orion Rhapsody software platform. Orion Health, Inc. Determination & Findings DOH Stephanie.senior2@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
1/24/2014 2/3/2014 Management and Leadership Training Consultant Georgetown University Determination & Findings Child and Family Services Agency aaron.holland2@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
1/22/2014 2/1/2014 DOH is seeking a vendor to provide real estate advisory services to support the management of ongoing development projects supporting the expansion of access to primary medical care in areas of the District. Amber Real Estate, LLC Determination & Findings DC Department of Health Stephanie.senior2@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
1/16/2014 1/26/2014 Unaccompanied Refugee Minors Program: The Contractor shall provide residential foster care and social services to unaccompanied refugee, asylee, human trafficking and special immigrant juvenile (SIJ) youth who fall under the category of unaccompanied refugee minors (URM) and are placed in the custody of the District of Columbia. Lutheran Social Services of the National Capital Area (LSS) Determination & Findings Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA) Pamela.glover@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
1/16/2014 1/26/2014 The District of Columbia, Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA or the Agency) has a minimum need to extend the contract date at no cost to ensure uninterrupted service delivery to the youth and families awaiting for court decisions on pre-adoptive proceedings in the State of Maryland. Adoptions Together Determination & Findings Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA) cheryl.anderson@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
1/14/2014 1/24/2014 EJ Ward Fuel Terminals Upgrade EJ Ward, Inc. Determination & Findings DPW Michael.Spriggs@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
1/10/2014 1/20/2014 Conference Room modification / Soundproofing of the conference room by upgrading the glass and additional door frames to accommodate the fair hearing room situated by the conference room as well as removing walls from existing offices to enlarge the areas, ensuring the temperature control balances are accurate and adding Ideal Paint Rand Construction Corporation Determination & Findings Child and Family Services Agency yorjai.chandy2@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
1/9/2014 1/19/2014 DOH is seeking a vendor to provide technical and administrative services to support the expansion of the Rhapsody solution. District of Columbia Primary Care Association (DCPCA) Determination & Findings DC Department of Health Stephanie.senior2@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
1/8/2014 1/18/2014 The Office of the Chief Technology Officer (the District) has a need to extend the existing contract with OST in order to maintain mission-critical services to all agencies of the District government and to some federal agencies while completing the ongoing competitive procurement process for a new contractor and the transition period for the existing contract. OST, Inc. Determination & Findings Office of the Chief Technology Officer (OCTO) Chris.yi@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
1/6/2014 1/16/2014 Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM-5) Training / Training workshops for DSM-5 for CFSA and contract agency staff. Dr. William E. Narrow Determination & Findings Child and Family Services Agency yorjai.chandy2@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
1/3/2014 1/13/2014 The Government of the District of Columbia, Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA), has an immediate need for the American Bar Association to help design a cohesive strategy to ensure education stability, achievement, and success for all children within the Child and Family Services Agency. American Bar Association Determination & Findings Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA) aaron.holland2@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
1/3/2014 1/13/2014 The Department of Health Care Finance has a minimum need to provide pharmacy benefit services for the District’s Medicaid eligible fee-for-service recipients through the pharmacy benefit manager which include a point of sale (POS) pharmacy system allowing eligible District Medicaid and Medicaid waiver beneficiaries’ immediate access to needed pharmaceuticals, and timely and accurate payment of prescription claims to pharmacies through the “real time” verification of beneficiaries’ eligibility, drug coverage, and reimbursement levels. Any disruption in this service would cause great harm to the residents of the District who utilize this service as Xerox provides all Medicaid fee-for-service recipients immediate access to needed pharmaceuticals, and timely and accurate payment of prescription claims to pharmacies through the “real time” verification of beneficiaries’ eligibility, drug coverage, and reimbursement levels. The purpose of this sole source award is to ensure the safety of District residents and be in compliance with The Procurement Practices Act of 1985 without interruption while the District develops and completes award of a competitive procurement. Xerox State Healthcare, LLC Determination & Findings Department of Health Care Finance helena.barbour@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
1/2/2014 1/12/2014 DOH is seeking a vendor to provide data collection and processing of the Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System (BRFSS) telephone health surveys. ICF Macro, Inc. Determination & Findings DC Department of Health Stephanie.senior2@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
1/2/2014 1/12/2014 The Government of the District of Columbia, Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA), has an immediate need for the services of Natalie P. Brown to provide support for the development and implementation of our Leadership Strategy. Natalie P. Brown Determination & Findings Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA) shamika.place@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
12/31/2013 1/10/2014 The Department on Disability Services (DDS), Developmental Disabilities Administration (DDA), requires the services of a contractor with local and national expertise in Employment First, Customized Employment, Home and Community Based Waivers and Waiver Renewals, conversion of segregated day/employment programs to integrated employment, Medicaid, vocational rehabilitation, and systems change in multiple Developmental Disabilities, Vocational Rehabilitation and Medicaid state systems to develop the framework and implement a system to pre-qualify DDA providers based on draft waiver rules for Individualized Day Supports (IDS) and other day/employment services and (b) to provide training and technical assistance to DDA and provider staff as they implement IDS. These services are required to assist the agency in meeting requirements of the 2010 Revision of the 2001 Plan for Compliance and Conclusion of Evans v. Gray in fiscal year 2014. Lisa A. Mills, Ph.D. Determination & Findings Department on Disability Services Sally.Ibrahim@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
12/26/2013 1/5/2014 Reconfiguration of existing RMU workstations BMD Inc Determination & Findings Child and Family Services Agency trayshawn.miles@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
12/24/2013 1/3/2014 Transition Planning for Foster Youth/ A tool used to provide a series of well thought out life skills which are required to prepare youth for today’s society. It is youth focused and driven providing foster care youth with tangible resources needed as they transition from adolescent to young adulthood. FosterClub Determination & Findings Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA) yorjai.chandy2@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
12/24/2013 1/3/2014 SAS Software/ CFSA needs to purchase SAS software to help perform more sophisticated data manipulation and analysis to track our agency’s performance and the effectiveness of the child welfare services we provide to children and families in the District. Executive Information Systems, LLC. Determination & Findings Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA) yorjai.chandy2@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
12/23/2013 1/2/2014 The Department of Housing and Community Development(DCHD) has a need for Loan Servicing, Loan Collection and Foreclosure Services for its current and future amortized and deferred loans for the Home Purchase Assistance Program(HPAP), the Employer-Assisted Housing Program(EAHP), The Metropolitan Police Housing Assistance Program(MPHAP), the Single-Family Housing Homeownership Program(SFHRP) Deferred, Amortizing and Wylie Courts Condominium Homeownership Program, the Multi-Family Rehabilitation Program(MFHRP) and the Economic Development Program(EDP). AmeriNational Community Services Determination & Findings Department of Housing and Community Development (DCHD) Simone.richardson@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
12/23/2013 1/2/2014 The Department of Health Care seeking a contractor to provide expert assistance to supplement and maximize its Third Party Liability (TPL) recovery efforts. Federal law, Section 1902(a)(25) of the Social Security Act, requires state Medicaid programs to ascertain the legal liability of third parties to pay for medical services furnished to a Medicaid recipient. States may elect to supplement their own activities with those of an independent contractor that has been competitively selected and who shall assist the state in this effort. The Period of Performance (POP) for this Contract extension shall be from January 2, 2014 through May 1, 2014. Health Management Systems (HMS) Determination & Findings Department of Health Care Finance (DHCF) Simone.richardson@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
12/23/2013 1/2/2014 The Government of the District of Columbia, DC Department of Housing and Community Development (DHCD) has a need for the owner to provide an office build out at its current location, 1800 Martin Luther King Jr., Ave., SE. Anacostia Management Company Determination & Findings DCHD Vanessa.hardy@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
12/19/2013 12/29/2013 Giant gift cards/ CFSA, has a urgent need for give cards to assist CFSA’s clients with an emergency need for household or personal items Target Determination & Findings Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA) trayshawn.miles@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
12/19/2013 12/29/2013 Safeway gift cards/ CFSA, has a urgent need for give cards to assist CFSA’s clients with an emergency need for household or personal items Safeway Inc. Determination & Findings Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA) trayshawn.miles@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
12/19/2013 12/29/2013 Giant gift cards/ CFSA, has a urgent need for give cards to assist CFSA’s clients with an emergency need for household or personal items Giant Determination & Findings Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA) trayshawn.miles@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
12/17/2013 12/27/2013 The Office of Contracting and Procurement, on behalf of the Department of Consumer and Regulatory Affairs (DCRA), Occupational and Professional Licensing Administration (OPLA) awarded a sole source contract to provide technical, managerial and administrative services to facilitate DCRA’s licensing operation function. The period of performance is expected to be from January 1, 2014 through March 31, 2014. Pearson VUE Determination & Findings Department of Consumer and Regulatory Affairs (DCRA), Occupational and Professional Licensing Administration (OPLA) crystal.farmer-linder@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
12/16/2013 12/26/2013 Respite Care Placement Services: / Respite care placement services for wards with a wide range of medical conditions, including heart disease, chronic lung disease, feeding problems, and complications of prematurity. Hospital for Sick Children – Pediatric Center Determination & Findings Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA) Pamela.glover@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
12/16/2013 12/26/2013 The Deputy Mayor for Education (“DME”), is seeking a Contractor to develop a UPSFF Interactive Modeling Calculator (IMC) in MS Excel software format to derive the Uniform Per Student Funding Formula (UPSFF or Formula) based on various scenarios of funding resources and costs. The Formula is used by the District to determine the annual appropriation of Local funds for the operation of the D.C. Public Schools (DCPS) and DC public charter schools on a uniform per student basis. The local appropriation takes into account the number of students, the grade level, and the programs in which they are enrolled. Augenblick, Palaich, and Associates (APA) Determination & Findings The Deputy Mayor for Education (DME) crystal.farmer-linder@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
12/16/2013 12/26/2013 Provide Parts and Maintenance Services of RAVO Sweepers Atlantic Machinery, Inc. Determination & Findings The Department of Public Works Fleet Management Administration Barbara2.brown@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
12/13/2013 12/23/2013 CFSA has the need for a provider, is seeking to continue to provide mental health services to CFSA youth and their families under the care of CFSA. The period of performance shall be from January 1, 2014 through September 30, 2014. . Requirements provided under the current contract are reasonable firm and continuing. Renewal of this contract period will allow continuous contractual coverage for an additional period, which will satisfy the District’s existing need. Capital Region Children’s Center Determination & Findings Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA) cheryl.anderson@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
12/13/2013 12/23/2013 CFSA has the need for a provider, licensed in the State of Virginia, to provide Psychiatric Residential Treatment to District residents and eligible persons under the care of CFSA. This Residential Treatment Center provides to clients that have a DSM-IV diagnosis as specified through psychiatric evaluations. Requirements provided under the current contract are reasonable firm and continuing and are needed beyond the existing contract period. Renewal of this contract period will allow continuous contractual coverage for an additional period, which will satisfy the District’s existing need. Iliff Nursing and Rehabilitation Determination & Findings Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA) cheryl.anderson@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
12/13/2013 12/23/2013 CFSA has the need for a provider, licensed in the State of Florida, to provide Psychiatric Residential Treatment to District residents and eligible persons under the care of CFSA. This Residential Treatment Center provides to clients that have a DSM-IV diagnosis as specified through psychiatric evaluations. Requirements provided under the current contract are reasonable firm and continuing and are needed beyond the existing contract period. Renewal of this contract period will allow continuous contractual coverage for an additional period, which will satisfy the District’s existing need. Devereux Florida Determination & Findings Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA) cheryl.anderson@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
12/12/2013 12/22/2013 The Government of the District of Columbia, Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA), has an immediate need for the services of Family Furniture Discount Center to provide quality, affordable home furnishings to the foster and kinship families of children and youth in the care of CFSA. The company offers discounted yet sturdy furniture for youth. Family Furniture Discount CenterL Determination & Findings Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA) shamika.place@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
12/6/2013 12/16/2013 Conference Room modification / Soundproofing of the conference room by upgrading the glass and additional door frames to accommodate the fair hearing room situated by the conference room. Rand Construction Corporation Determination & Findings Child and Family Services Agency yorjai.chandy2@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
12/6/2013 12/16/2013 Labor Market Data Collection and Analysis Department of Employment Services (DOES) requires the services and expertise of a contractor to conduct labor market data collection and analysis. BW Research Partnership, Inc. Determination & Findings Department of Employment Services Norman.townsel2@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
12/4/2013 12/14/2013 DCEB-2014-C-0002 / The Government of the District of Columbia, Office of the Deputy Mayor for Planning and Economic Development has a minimum need for a contractor to provide research and analysis, interviews and economic modeling around the Creative Economy. The Kellogg Consulting Group Determination & Findings Office of the Deputy Mayor for Planning and Economic Development Surinder Sharma nias.info@dc.gov
12/2/2013 12/12/2013 Security Services / Providing security card readers at the District Child and Family Services Agency Headquarters Orion Systems Group, LLC Determination & Findings Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA) aaron.holland2@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
11/28/2013 12/8/2013 The Department of Human Services, Economic Security Administration (DHS) has a need for a Purchase Order to establish a vehicle to pay for short-time casework and travel expenses to enable indigent individuals and families who would otherwise seek services from the Income Maintenance Administration or District-funded services for the homeless to return to their home communities. The period of performance is November 1, 2013 through October 31, 2014. Travelers Aid International Determination & Findings Department of Human Services (DHS) berlinda.stanback@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
11/26/2013 12/6/2013 The Office of the Chief Technology Officer (the District) has a need to modify the existing contract (DCTO-2008-C-0135) with OST in order to include the transition period for the existing contract. OST, Inc. Determination & Findings Office of the Chief Technology Officer Chris.Yi.@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
11/22/2013 12/2/2013 Safeway gift cards/ CFSA, has a urgent need for give cards to assist CFSA’s clients with an emergency need for household or personal items Safeway Inc. Determination & Findings Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA) Trayshawn.miles@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
11/22/2013 12/2/2013 Psychiatric Residential Treatment Services: psychiatric residential treatment services for a youth under the care of CFSA with an already established record with a PRTF program with a strong DBT component. South Shore Academy Determination & Findings Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA) Calvinl.mcfadden@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
11/22/2013 12/2/2013 Giant gift cards/ CFSA, has a urgent need for give cards to assist CFSA’s clients with an emergency need for household or personal items Giant Determination & Findings Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA) Trayshawn.miles@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
11/22/2013 12/2/2013 The Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA) has a need to acquire the services of a contractor to provide Voice Line and Circuit Services. Verizon Determination & Findings Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA) Trayshawn.miles@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
11/20/2013 11/30/2013 The Government of the District of Columbia, Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA) is seeking a contractor to conduct PS-MAPP Certification Training. Children’s Alliance of Kansas Determination & Findings Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA) cheryl.anderson@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
11/20/2013 11/30/2013 The District of Columbia Department of Consumer and Regulatory Affairs (DCRA) has a continuing need for a contractor to provide parking accommodations for seventy five (75) vehicles, which include seventy (70) government-owned vehicles and five (5) contract vehicles in office space at the Waterfront Station located at 1100 4th Street SW, Washington, DC 20024. Central Parking Systems Determination & Findings Department of Consumer and Regulatory Affairs (DCRA) denise.burton@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
11/18/2013 11/28/2013 The District of Columbia, on behalf of the Department of Motor Vehicles has a need to continue services awarded under the Ticket Processing contract for the period from January 3, 2014 through January 2, 2015. These services are currently provided under contract number POKV-2006-C-0064. Xerox State and Local Solutions, Inc. Determination & Findings Department of Motor Vehicles Sanaz.Etminan2@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
11/15/2013 11/25/2013 The Executive Office of the Mayor (EOM) is seeking a contractor to complete the implementation of the Labor Management Partnership Council (LMPC) Dwight Bowman Strategic Plan (DBSP). The contractor must be familiar with the previous work of the strategic and implementation plans. Hagerty Consulting Determination & Findings The Executive Office of the Mayor (EOM) uranus.anderson@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
11/14/2013 11/24/2013 To provide monthly maintenance on six (6) cranes three (3) at the Benning Road Station and three (3) at the Ft. Totten Solid Waste Transfer Station. To provide crane spare parts for six (6) cranes three (3) at the Benning Road Station and three (3) at the Ft. Totten Station. Northshore Manufacturing, Inc. Determination & Findings Department of Public Works, Solid Waste Management Administrative Joann.garnett@dc.gov Janella.ingram@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
11/13/2013 11/23/2013 The Government of the District of Columbia, Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA), has an immediate need for the services of Foster and Adoptive Parent Advocacy Center to provide services under the scope of work which includes better communication with the resource parents, training, newsletters and other mailings, bridging the gap between the agency and the resource parents, and helping to recruit more resource parents in the district. Foster and Adoptive Parent Advocacy Center Determination & Findings Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA) shamika.place@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
11/5/2013 11/15/2013 The District of Columbia (District/DC) Department of Human Resources DCHR has a continuing need for a contractor to provide a high quality, cost effective, and accessible dental insurance plan for both Union and Non-Union employees of the District and their eligible dependents for an interim period until a new long term contract can be awarded. Approximately 15,000 employees will continue to receive a Dental Preferred Provider Organization (DPPO) or a Dental Health Maintenance Organization (DHMO) program plan. The period of performance is expected to be from January 1, 2014 through January 31, 2014. Connecticut General Life Insurance Company (CIGNA) Determination & Findings D. C. Department of Human Resources crystal.farmer-linder@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
11/4/2013 11/14/2013 The Department on Disability Services/Developmental Disabilities Administration (DDS/DDA) requires the immediate services of a board certified psychiatrist with at least five years of experience providing community-based services to individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities. The contractor shall have experience working in the context of a class action and shall have credibility with and be acceptable to the plaintiffs, Court Monitor, Independent Compliance Administrator and other stakeholders in the more than 35-year old case of Evans v. Gray, which is nearing compliance and conclusion. The contractor shall provide clinical consultations, conduct psychiatric medication reviews, participate on DDA restrictive control review committee, provide training, and technical assistance as needed to assist DDS in implementing the requirements of the 2010 Revision of the 2001 Plan for compliance and conclusion of Evans v. Gray in fiscal year 2014. Ronald J. Koshes, M.D. Determination & Findings Department on Disability Services Sally.ibrahim@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
10/25/2013 11/4/2013 The Government of the District of Columbia, Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA), has an immediate need for the services of Dr. Allison M. Jackson to provide medical record review and analysis specific to an investigation on Medical Abuse allegations. Allison Jackson Determination & Findings Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA) shamika.place@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
10/25/2013 11/4/2013 Quality Improvement Organization / According to the DC State Plan (4.14), DHCF needs to ensure that Medicaid recipients receive medically justified medical care. All hospital inpatient admissions, long term care admissions, surgical procedures (inpatient and outpatient), optical services, hearing services, and durable medical equipment need to be authorized as medically justified. Utilization and medical reviews are performed by a Quality Improvement Organization (QIO) designated under 42 CFR Part 456 to safeguard against unnecessary or inappropriate use of Medicaid Services and to be in compliance with the Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) rules. The purpose of this sole source award is to ensure continued compliance with Federal Medicaid rules without interruption while the contract services are transitioned to the selected Contractor. The transition process will take approximately 90 days to complete. In consideration of the District’s minimum need, Delmarva is the current contractor with the expertise, to properly provide transition services required to ensure the proper transfer of services. Delmarva has the capabilities to continue the current services for the District Medicaid Fee-for-Service beneficiaries while transition of services is in operation. Delmarva has access to the District’s Medicaid Management Information System (MMIS) patient information to complete authorizations, current Policies and Procedures for the prior authorization of medical services and adverse decision information to testify if needed at fair hearings if scheduled during the transition period. Delmarva has processes in place for providers to submit Forms and Documentations (719A Forms) to obtain a determination for requested medical services. Delmarva Foundation for Medical Care, Inc Determination & Findings Department of Health Care Finance Lillian.beavers3@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
10/23/2013 11/2/2013 The Department on Disability Services (DDS), Developmental Disabilities Administration (DDA), requires services of a contractor with demonstrated capacity and experience working with the District’s DDA service delivery system, Hospital, Primary Care, Specialty Care, Nursing and Clinical associations and networks, Medical Schools, and the DC Departments of Health and Health Care Finance to advance a quality assurance and improvement initiative to assist DDS in meeting its regulatory and legal requirements in conclusion of the more than 35-year old case of Evans vs. Gray, and focus on health and related issues that impact access to quality services and supports and ultimately the quality of life for people with intellectual disabilities. Georgetown University, Center for Child and Human Development – University Center for Excellence in Developmental Disabilities Determination & Findings Department on Disability Services Nicole.Starwood@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
10/22/2013 11/1/2013 DCEB-2014-C-0001/ The Office of the Deputy Mayor for Planning and Economic Development (DMPED) seeks a contractor to provide real time, customized web-based transparent government grant management platform, for the purpose of review, analysis and evaluation and scoring applications for grant funded programs, for the District. GrantAnalyst.com LLC Determination & Findings Office of the Deputy Mayor for Planning and Economic Development surinder.sharma@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
10/16/2013 10/26/2013 The Office of The Chief Technology Officer (OCTO) has a need for an extension of the West Publishing Corporation contract, providing citywide Westlaw computer assisted legal research services. The period of performance is November 1, 2013 through October 31, 2014. West Publishing Corporation Determination & Findings Office of Chief Technology Officer Sanaz.Etminan2@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
10/9/2013 10/19/2013 The District of Columbia, Child and Family Services Agency, Office of Planning, Policy, & Program Support has an immediate need for a Contractor to provide information management and research tools to transform CFSA Data into a longitudinal database, that can improve outcomes for the children and families this agency serves. Chapin Hall at the University of Chicago Determination & Findings Child and Family Services Agency shamika.place@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
10/4/2013 10/14/2013 The Office of Contracting and Procurement, on behalf of the DC Homeland Security and Emergency Management Agency (HSEMA) is awarding a sole source contract to acquire the services of a Contractor to design, develop, conduct and evaluate the District’s Comprehensive Exercise and Corrective Action Program. The purpose of these exercises is to establish a clear mutual understanding of the expectations for future District operations in order to promote a cohesive and well-coordinated response to disastrous events.The period of performance is expected to be from November 1, 2013 through December 31, 2013. The CNA Corporation Determination & Findings DC Homeland Security and Emergency Management Agency (HSEMA crystal.farmer-linder@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
10/2/2013 10/12/2013 Consulting Services to the CFSA for Organizational Capacity Development for the Collaboratives. Carmella Anne Mazzotta Determination & Findings Child and Family Services Agency patricia.lewis-miller@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
9/26/2013 10/6/2013 The Government of the District of Columbia, Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA), has an immediate need to integrate the Child and Adolescent Functional Assessment Scale (CAFAS) and the Pre-school and Early Childhood Functional Assessment Scale (PECFAS), into everyday case practice for all children in District care and custody, ages 0-21 years. The CAFAS/PECFAS are proprietary clinical web-application tools used in child welfare systems (and greater Systems of Care) throughout the country, and they have been proven valid, reliable, and effective as case management tools, measures of child function, and system evaluation tools. Multi-Health Systems, Inc. (MHS) Determination & Findings Child and Family Services Agency aaron.holland2@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
9/24/2013 10/4/2013 Consultant services to address the lineages between foster parents, Structural Decision Making (SDM), the Frame Work, and the Red Team Process (Review, Evaluate, Direct) KVC Behavioral Healthcare Nebraska, Inc. Determination & Findings Child and Family Services Agency patricia.lewis-miller@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
9/19/2013 9/29/2013 The District of Columbia, Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA or the Agency) has a minimum need to provide foster/adoptive home studies and regulatory reviews for traditional and/or kinship families in the State of Maryland. Adoptions Together Determination & Findings Child and Family Services Agency cheryl.anderson@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
9/18/2013 9/28/2013 Trauma Systems Therapy (TST) Coaching and Mentoring / Trauma informed practice is a highly specialized area of practice. Coaching and mentoring requires a person with extensive knowledge and experience of trauma practice with children and families involved in the child welfare system. Abyssinia Washington Determination & Findings Child and Family Services Agency patricia.lewis-miller@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
9/17/2013 9/27/2013 The Government of the District of Columbia, Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA), has an immediate need for the services of a Contractor to provide a Parent Education Support program for clients of CFSA. Columbia Heights/Shaw FSC Determination & Findings Child and Family Services Agency shamika.place@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
9/17/2013 9/27/2013 The Government of the District of Columbia, Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA), has an immediate need for the services of a Contractor to provide a Parent Education Support program for clients of CFSA. East River FSC Determination & Findings Child and Family Services Agency shamika.place@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
9/17/2013 9/27/2013 The Government of the District of Columbia, Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA), has an immediate need for the services of a Contractor to provide a Parent Education Support program for clients of CFSA. Healthy Babies Determination & Findings Child and Family Services Agency shamika.place@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
9/17/2013 9/27/2013 The Government of the District of Columbia, Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA), has an immediate need for the services of a Contractor to provide a Parent Education Support program for clients of CFSA. Centronia Determination & Findings Child and Family Services Agency shamika.place@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
9/16/2013 9/26/2013 The Government of the District of Columbia, Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA), has an immediate need for the services of New Beginnings Therapeutic Center to provide individual and family therapy treatment in the French language. New Beginnings Therapeutic Center Center Determination & Findings Child and Family Services Agency aaron.holland2@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
9/12/2013 9/22/2013 Home Studies, Home Licensing and Regulatory Reviews / Providing all necessary labor, management, supervision, equipment, materials, transportation, facility (ies) and any other items necessary to provide Foster/adoptive/kinship Home Studies, Home Licensing and Regulatory Reviews for Pre-Adoptive and/or Kinship families in the State of Maryland as referred by CFSA. The Children’s Choice of MD, Inc. Determination & Findings Child and Family Services Agency aaron.holland2@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
9/11/2013 9/21/2013 System Evaluation Services: Provide CFSA with the immediate services of a third party familiar with the District’s Trauma Systems and System of Care Grant. The third party shall evaluate federal “demonstrated project” involving the use of federal IV-E funds to implement and expand community-and-home based services for children and families that CFSA serves. Coordinated Care Services, Inc. Determination & Findings Children and Family Services Agency Calvinl.mcfadden@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
9/11/2013 9/21/2013 Developmentally Disabled Program Services/ Specialized care for developmentally disabled children presenting issues that cannot be served by traditional group home or independent living programs. Integrated Community Services, Inc. (ICS) Determination & Findings Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA) yorjai.chandy2@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
9/9/2013 9/19/2013 Trauma Systems Therapy (TST) Coaching and Mentoring / Trauma informed practice is a highly specialized area of practice. Coaching and mentoring requires a person with extensive knowledge and experience of trauma practice with children and families involved in the child welfare system. Abyssinia Washington Determination & Findings Child and Family Services Agency patricia.lewis-miller@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
9/5/2013 9/15/2013 The Office of Contracting and Procurement, on behalf of The Fire and Emergency Medical Services Department is is awarding a sole source contract to provide bill and collect fees from patients transported to hospitals by Department ambulances. The Department requires a contractor to provide such services. Services provided by the contractor shall include the following: Billing of healthcare and other insurance providers for patient ambulance charges. Billing of patients for ambulance charges. Mailing of notices and other documents to support ambulance billing. The period of performance is expected to be from October 1, 2013 through March 31, 2014. Advanced Data Processing Inc. Determination & Findings The Fire and Emergency Medical Services Department crystal.farmer-linder@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
9/3/2013 9/13/2013 Conduct secondary trauma Training for CFSA’s Child Abuse Professionals to include CFSA’s mangers and leadership staff; Child Protective Services (CPS), Entry Services social workers and CFSA nurses. Abyssinia Washington Determination & Findings Child and Family Services Agency calvinl.mcfadden@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
8/30/2013 9/9/2013 Trauma Systems Therapy (TST) Coaching and Mentoring / Trauma informed practice is a highly specialized area of practice. Coaching and mentoring requires a person with extensive knowledge and experience of trauma practice with children and families involved in the child welfare system. Abyssinia Washington Determination & Findings Child and Family Services Agency yorjai.chandy2@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
8/28/2013 9/7/2013 Consultation and Training series to create Transformational systems change and assist the DDS Developmental Disabilities Administration with the implementation of Person Centered Practices throughout the District of Columbia DD System. These services are required to assist the agency in implementing the requirements of the 2010 Revision of the 2001 Plan for Compliance and Conclusion of Evans v. Gray in fiscal year 2014. Support Development Associates, LLC Determination & Findings Department on Disability Services Sally.Ibrahim@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
8/28/2013 9/7/2013 Giant gift cards/ CFSA, has a urgent need for give cards to assist CFSA’s clients with an emergency need for household or personal items Giant Determination & Findings Child and Family Services Agency trayshawn.miles@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
8/27/2013 9/6/2013 Safeway gift cards/ CFSA, has a urgent need for give cards to assist CFSA’s clients with an emergency need for household or personal items Safeway Inc. Determination & Findings Child and Family Services Agency trayshawn.miles@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
8/20/2013 8/30/2013 The District of Columbia, Department of Forensic Sciences (DFS) has a minimum need for Applied Biosystems reagents/analytical instrumentation for the DFS. LIFE TECHNOLOGIES CORPORATION Determination & Findings Department of Forensic Sciences (DFS) Antwanette.murphy@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
8/20/2013 8/30/2013 UI – JusticeXchange/ The Office of Contracting and Procurement, on behalf of the Department of Employment Services (DOES) and the Office of Information Technology, has a need for near real-time access to vital records and a national jail database, which gives instant access to information about current and former offenders held in county jails and prisons throughout the nation. The information includes but is not limited to biographical data about the offender, charges, photographs, and behavioral reports. The DOES Unemployment Insurance program requires access to reduce fraud and verify whether or not a:• claimant’s social security information is valid and does not belong to a deceased individual • claimant is incarcerated and claiming/receiving benefits. Appriss Determination & Findings Department of Employment Services Emmaniece.Gordon@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
8/19/2013 8/29/2013 The Government of the District of Columbia, Office of Contracting and Procurement desires to negotiate an extension of the current contract DCOP-2008-E-2113, under the current terms and conditions. The Contractor is to provide clothing and linen to various D.C. Government agencies. The current term of your contract expires on September 30, 2013. The period of performance for the contract extension shall be from October 1, 2013 through March 31, 2014. American Supply Company Determination & Findings Office of Contracting and Procurement Michael.etekochay@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
8/19/2013 8/29/2013 The Government of the District of Columbia, Office of Contracting and Procurement desires to negotiate an extension of the current contract DCOP-2008-E-2111, under the current terms and conditions. The Contractor is to provide jump suites and coveralls to various D.C. Government agencies. The current term of your contract expires on September 30, 2013. The period of performance for the contract extension shall be from October 1, 2013 through March 31, 2014. American Supply Company Determination & Findings Office of Contracting and Procurement diane.miller@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
8/19/2013 8/29/2013 The District of Columbia Office of Campaign Finance (OCF) has a requirement for the redesign, development, and integration of the OCF Electronic Filing and Disclosure System (EFs) with the new OCF Website residing on the new Drupal Content Management System (CMS). The Office of Campaign Finance is also required to enhance the EFs to incorporate modules to enable the electronic filing of financial reports by the newly established exploratory, transition, inaugural, and legal defense committees, and to revise the website content to incorporate the new campaign finance laws and regulations. DataNet Systems Corporation Determination & Findings Office of Campaign Finance Chris.yi@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
8/16/2013 8/26/2013 The Government of the District of Columbia, Office of Contracting and Procurement (District) has an immediate need to extend the period of performance for the current city-wide uniform contract DCPO-2008-E-2115. The District needs the current contractor to provide officer’s uniforms at a fixed unit price to various agencies within the Government of the District of Columbia. The uniforms consists of trousers, shirts, battle dress uniforms (BDU), patches, insignias, stripes, belts, hats, rain coats, winter coats, and windbreakers. The current service will be required for six (6) months beyond the current expiration date of the current contract, September 4, 2013 through April 3, 2014, or until a new contract can be competitively awarded. Morgan’s Inc. T/A Jimmie Muscatello’s Determination & Findings Office of Contracting and Procurement Rebecca.young@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
8/16/2013 8/26/2013 Construction on RSA Resource Room / construction services in several RSA occupied spaces at 1125 15th Street, NW,Washington, DC 20005 1125 15th Street, LLC Determination & Findings Department on Disability Services Monica.brown4@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
8/16/2013 8/26/2013 Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) has a need for an extension of the L-1 Secure Credentialing contract. The period of performance is October 1, 2013 through February 28, 2014. L-1 Secure Credentialing, Inc. Determination & Findings Office of Chief Technology Officer Sanaz.Etminan2@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
8/14/2013 8/24/2013 The Department of Health Care Finance requires continued access to the HealthCheck Provider Education System. This system is a proprietary product designed, built, maintained and licensed exclusively by the National Center for Education in Maternal and Child Health (NCEMCH) at Georgetown University (GU). In addition, the HealthCheck Provider Education System resides within GU-owned and operated servers and runs on proprietary GU Software. Georgetown University Determination & Findings Department of Health Care Finance Lillian.Beavers3@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
8/14/2013 8/24/2013 The Department of General Services has a need for a contractor to install Comcast cable television service at the Waterfront Station Office Buildings located at 1100 & 1101 4th Street SW, Washington, DC. Comcast Cable Communications Determination & Findings Department of General Services diane.wooden@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
8/14/2013 8/24/2013 Department of Health (DOH) Community Health Administration (CHA) requests the current contractor, Children’s National Medical Center, Inc., to continue to provide the management and daily operations of the School Health Nurses Program . The program encompasses the management oversight of school nurses serving in approximately 165 public, public charters, and special need school sites in the District of Columbia. The overall goal of the Program is to improve the general health and wellbeing of the children enrolled in District of Columbia public and charter schools through health promotion education and supervised nursing services and follow-up. The period of performance is from October 1, 2013 through September 30, 2014, until a new contract can be competitively awarded. Children’s National Medical Center Determination & Findings Department of Health, Community Health Administration Grace.alao@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
8/13/2013 8/23/2013 The Department of Corrections of the District of Columbia (DOC) has an immediate need for full continuum health care service to provide comprehensive medical and mental health services to anestimated population of 3,000 inmates housed in the Central Detention Facility (CDF), 1901 D Street, SE, the Correctional Treatment Facility (CTF), 1901 E Street, SE, and four (4) Community Correctional Centers under the Community-Oriented Correctional Health Care (COCHC) model. DOC developed a new Statement of Work based on the finding and recommendations of the Public Consulting Group, Inc. A new solicitation was advertised in the Washington Times on July 5th, 2013 and simultaneously released on the OCP’s E-Sourcing module, with a closing date of August 19, 2013. Due to the number of questions OCP received pertaining to the solicitation; it is likely that this will be extended. Accordingly, the anticipated date of award is December 31, 2013. The District must continue to provide healthcare services during this period and allow for a sixty (60) day transition period upon award. For this reason, the current contract must be extended from October 1, 2013 through March 31, 2014. Unity Health Care Inc. Determination & Findings Department of Corrections Grace.alao@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
8/9/2013 8/19/2013 Mental Health Services/ The Government of the District of Columbia Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA) has a minimum requirement to provide mental health services for a CFSA youth and their families. CFSA is in need of a Contractor with a track record in successfully providing said services. Capital Region Children’s Center Determination & Findings Child and Family Services Agency Cheryl .anderson @dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
8/8/2013 8/18/2013 Pre-Apprenticeship Training/ Provide training to 30 District of Columbia residents in the areas of job readiness preparation, on the job training (OJT), and classroom instruction in the electrical trade. The Electrical Local No. 26 Joint Apprenticeship and Training Trust Fund Determination & Findings Department of Employment Services Emmaniece.gordon@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
8/6/2013 8/16/2013 Pre-Apprenticeship Training The Laborers’ Joint Training Fund of Washington, D.C. & Vicinity Determination & Findings Department of Employment Services Norman.Townsel2@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
8/6/2013 8/16/2013 The District of Columbia, Department of Corrections (DOC) has a minimum need for a warehouse management Contractor to provide integrated logistics support, including receiving, inventory control, picking, packing, delivery, and special functions as ordered to operate a full service warehouse for the DOC. URS Federal Technical Services, Inc. Determination & Findings Department of Corrections (DOC) Antwanette.murphy@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
8/2/2013 8/12/2013 The District of Columbia, Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA or the Agency) has a minimum need to provide foster/adoptive home studies and regulatory reviews for traditional and/or kinship families in the State of Maryland. Adoptions Together Determination & Findings CFSA cheryl.anderson@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
7/31/2013 8/10/2013 Mental Health Services/ Providing one to one services to children and youth who are in the care of the District of Columbia, Child and Family Services Agency CFSA. MPB Group Determination & Findings CFSA aaron.holland2@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
7/31/2013 8/10/2013 Consultant Services: Provide CFSA with various services relating to investigation and prosecution of civil and criminal cases of child abuse. DC Children’s Advocacy Center/Safe Shore Determination & Findings CFSA Calvinl.mcfadden@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
7/31/2013 8/10/2013 Court Monitor: Provide CFSA with court ordered monitoring of the LaShawn A. v. Gray Implementation and Exit Plan. Center for the Study of Social Policy Determination & Findings CFSA Calvinl.mcfadden@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
7/30/2013 8/9/2013 The District of Columbia, Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA or the Agency) has a minimum need to provide psychiatric residential treatment services in Malvern, PA for children under the care of CFSA and their families (DC Medicaid Funded). Devereux Beneto Determination & Findings CFSA cheryl.anderson@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
7/29/2013 8/8/2013 The District of Columbia, Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA or the Agency) has a minimum need to provide psychiatric residential treatment services in Kennesaw, GA for children under the care of CFSA and their families (DC Medicaid Funded). Devereux Georgia Determination & Findings CFSA cheryl.anderson@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
7/29/2013 8/8/2013 The Government of the District of Columbia, Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA), has the following continuing minimum need: a.) Professional Sanitarian to conduct investigations of official complaints alleging violations of unsanitary conditions at facilities housing CFSA youths. b.)Professional Sanitarian shall provide general safety and environmental health services for a broad spectrum of facilities with potentially unsanitary, hazardous and/or health compromising conditions. Munir Malik Determination & Findings CFSA cheryl.anderson@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
7/24/2013 8/3/2013 Management and Leadership Training Consultant Georgetown University Determination & Findings CFSA aaron.holland2@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
7/22/2013 8/1/2013 Supervisory Training / Mastering the Art of Supervision in Child Welfare which is mandatory for all new supervisors. Marsha Salus Determination & Findings CFSA yorjai.chandy2@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
7/22/2013 8/1/2013 Software Support Renewal/ Maintenance and support of CFSA’s current IT structure. Intelligent Decisions Determination & Findings CFSA yorjai.chandy2@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
7/18/2013 7/28/2013 The District of Columbia Department of Health (DOH), Health Emergency Preparedness and Response Administration (HEPRA) is requesting a qualified vendor to upgrade and maintain through the reorganization of existing space and the installation of new communications equipment. The work will be conducted in multiple phases, and will require the vendor to cooperate with the implementation of this SOW. Technical expertise and design recommendations to identify, recommend, and provide cost details or bills of material (BOM) of equipment to be purchased if necessary. Full integration/installation services including system acceptance testing, documentation, and training if required. Secure Tech 360, LLC Determination & Findings DC Department of Health Migue.Turcios-Amaya@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
7/16/2013 7/26/2013 Mental Health Services/ The Government of the District of Columbia, Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA), has an immediate need for the services of Ms. Sheila Douglas to provide individual trauma-focused mental health treatment to children who are in the care of CFSA. Sheila Douglas Determination & Findings CFSA aaron.holland2@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
7/16/2013 7/26/2013 Mental Health Services/ The Government of the District of Columbia, Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA), has an immediate need for the services of Dr. Abyssinia Washington to provide trauma-focused mental health treatment to children recently removed from their biological home due to severe psychological trauma. Abyssinia Washington Determination & Findings CFSA aaron.holland2@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
7/16/2013 7/26/2013 Consulting Services Renee Lynch Determination & Findings CFSA aaron.holland2@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
7/16/2013 7/26/2013 Consulting Services Valorie Gainer Determination & Findings CFSA aaron.holland2@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
7/15/2013 7/25/2013 Consulting Services Michael Saunders Determination & Findings CFSA aaron.holland2@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
7/11/2013 7/21/2013 The Government of the District of Columbia, Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA), has the need for a Contractor to provide Psychiatric Residential Treatment to District residents and eligible persons under the care of CFSA. This Residential Treatment Center provides to a client that have a DSM-IV diagnosis as specified through psychiatric evaluations. Requirements provided under the current contract are reasonable firm and continuing and are needed beyond the existing contract period. Renewal of this contract period will allow continuous contractual coverage to ensure uninterrupted service delivery to the youth currently placed at the facility. This child is currently obtaining services from the Contractor so as to not disrupt their clinical progress which will satisfy the District’s existing need. Intercept Youth Services, Inc. Determination & Findings Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA) cheryl.anderson@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
7/11/2013 7/21/2013 The District of Columbia Office of Contracting and Procurement, on behalf of the District Department of the Health (“District”) is seeking a qualified contractor to enhance an existing disease surveillance system called the NEDSS Based System (NBS). SAIC Determination & Findings DC Department of Health Norman.Townsel@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
7/8/2013 7/18/2013 Mental Health Services/Providing trauma focused therapy to children and/or families who are in the care of the District of Columbia, Child and Family Services Agency CFSA. JMD Counseling Determination & Findings CFSA aaron.holland2@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
7/8/2013 7/18/2013 Mental Health Services/Providing one to one services to children and youth who are in the care of the District of Columbia, Child and Family Services Agency CFSA. Crawford Consultants Determination & Findings CFSA aaron.holland2@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
7/8/2013 7/18/2013 Mental Health Services/Providing customized in-house counseling services to family who have active Child and Family Services cases that CFSA feels would become open cases if services were not rendered (community cases) cases using strength based, family system approach. Beyond Behaviors Determination & Findings CFSA aaron.holland2@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
7/3/2013 7/13/2013 The District of Columbia, Child and Family Services Agency has an immediate need for a contractor to provide training for Quality Services Reviews (QSR) Human Systems and Outcomes, Inc. Determination & Findings CFSA Patricia.lewis-miller@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
7/1/2013 7/11/2013 The Government of the District of Columbia, Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA), has an immediate need for the services of Amelia Missieledies to provide individual and family therapy treatment in the Amharic language. Amelia Missieledies Determination & Findings CFSA aaron.holland2@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
7/1/2013 7/11/2013 The District of Columbia, Department of General Services, on behalf of the Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA), located at 200 I Street, SE Washington, DC 20003, has a need for a contractor to combine and convert portions of the 2nd floor into a multi-purpose room to meet CFSA additional training and meeting needs. RAND Construction Determination & Findings Department of General Services diane.wooden@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
6/28/2013 7/8/2013 Community Based Child Welfare Services/ Development and implementation of a community-based child welfare service delivery network located in a distinct geographic area in the District and to work in tandem with CFSA by providing community-based, preventative and supportive aftercare and related child welfare services to District of Columbia residents, including wards of the District and their families, and families in crisis who are in danger of entering into the child welfare system. Georgia Avenue Family Support Collaborative Determination & Findings CFSA yorjai.chandy2@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
6/28/2013 7/8/2013 Community Based Child Welfare Services/ Development and implementation of a community-based child welfare service delivery network located in a distinct geographic area in the District and to work in tandem with CFSA by providing community-based, preventative and supportive aftercare and related child welfare services to District of Columbia residents, including wards of the District and their families, and families in crisis who are in danger of entering into the child welfare system. Far Southeast Family Strengthening Collaborative Determination & Findings CFSA yorjai.chandy2@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
6/28/2013 7/8/2013 Community Based Child Welfare Services/ Development and implementation of a community-based child welfare service delivery network located in a distinct geographic area in the District and to work in tandem with CFSA by providing community-based, preventative and supportive aftercare and related child welfare services to District of Columbia residents, including wards of the District and their families, and families in crisis who are in danger of entering into the child welfare system. Edgewood/Brookland Family Support Collaborative Determination & Findings CFSA yorjai.chandy2@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
6/28/2013 7/8/2013 Community Based Child Welfare Services/ Development and implementation of a community-based child welfare service delivery network located in a distinct geographic area in the District and to work in tandem with CFSA by providing community-based, preventative and supportive aftercare and related child welfare services to District of Columbia residents, including wards of the District and their families, and families in crisis who are in danger of entering into the child welfare system. East River Family Strengthening Collaborative, Inc. Determination & Findings CFSA yorjai.chandy2@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
6/28/2013 7/8/2013 Community Based Child Welfare Services/ Development and implementation of a community-based child welfare service delivery network located in a distinct geographic area in the District and to work in tandem with CFSA by providing community-based, preventative and supportive aftercare and related child welfare services to District of Columbia residents, including wards of the District and their families, and families in crisis who are in danger of entering into the child welfare system. Columbia Heights/Shaw Family Support Collaborative Determination & Findings CFSA yorjai.chandy2@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
6/28/2013 7/8/2013 Psychiatric Residential Treatment Services for children presenting issued that cannot be served by traditional group home or independent living program Provo Canyon School Determination & Findings CFSA patricia.lewis-miller@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
6/28/2013 7/8/2013 The Office of Contract and Procurement, on behalf of the Department of Human Services, Income Maintenance Administration intends to award a Sole Source contract to provide Interstate bus transportation to return non-District residents found indigent to their State of origin. Travelers Aid Determination & Findings Department of Human Services, Income Maintenance Administration Yolanda.Taylor-Weems@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
6/24/2013 7/4/2013 The Office of Contracting and Procurement, on behalf of the Department of Health (DOH), is awarding a sole source contract to serve as the pharmacy benefits manager (PBM) to provide and administer a point of sale (POS) pharmacy system to support all pharmacy benefit services for eligible District Aids Drug Assistance Program (ADAP) beneficiaries and provide pharmacy support services for the agencies. The period of performance is expected to be from July 5, 2013 through July 4, 2014. Xerox State Healthcare, LLC Determination & Findings Department of Health (DOH) crystal.farmer-linder@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
6/20/2013 6/30/2013 The Office of Contracting and Procurement, on behalf of the Department of Consumer and Regulatory Affairs (DCRA), Occupational and Professional Licensing Administration (OPLA) awarded a sole source contract to provide technical, managerial and administrative services to facilitate DCRA’s licensing operation function.The period of performance is expected to be from July 1, 2013 through December 31, 2013. Pearson VUE Determination & Findings DCRA-Occupational and Professional Licensing Administration crystal.farmer-linder@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
6/20/2013 6/30/2013 DCKA-2013-C-0137 – Park Meter Management Services 2-Month Contract Xerox State & Local Solutions, Inc. Determination & Findings District Department of Transportation Josephine.barrett-white@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
6/18/2013 6/28/2013 The Department of General Services has a need for water quality monitoring at two research sites located at District Engine Companies. Geosyntec Consultants Determination & Findings Department of General Services kara.robbins@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
6/18/2013 6/28/2013 Trauma Systems Therapy (TST) Coaching and Mentoring / Trauma informed practice is a highly specialized area of practice. Coaching and mentoring requires a person with extensive knowledge and experience of trauma practice with children and families involved in the child welfare system. Abyssinia Washington Determination & Findings Child and Family Services Agency yorjai.chandy2@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
6/13/2013 6/23/2013 Contractor/Vendor will provide online management tool designed to strengthen arts and cultural organizations by collecting and disseminating comprehensive, high-quality longitudinal data that supports fact-based decision making. The creation of a portal will allow District-based arts and cultural organizations to create accounts in order to quickly and easily generate consistent, reliable reports for grantmakers. In addition, it will provide a centralized, stand-alone repository for historical information that is compatible with both online and paper-based application processes. THE CULTURAL DATA PROJECT Determination & Findings DC COMMISSION ON THE ARTS AND HUMANITIES juva.hepburn@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
6/12/2013 6/22/2013 Department of Health (DOH) Community Health Administration (CHA) requests the current contractor, Children’s National Medical Center, Inc., to continue to provide the management and daily operations of the School Health Nurses Program . The program encompasses the management oversight of school nurses serving in approximately 173 public, public charters, and special need school sites in the District of Columbia. The overall goal of the Program is to improve the general health and wellbeing of the children enrolled in District of Columbia public and charter schools through health promotion education and supervised nursing services and follow-up. The period of performance is from October 1, 2013 through March 31, 2014, until a new contract can be competitively awarded. Children’s National Medical Center Determination & Findings DOH, Community Health Administration Grace.alao@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
6/11/2013 6/21/2013 The Government of the District of Columbia, Department of Health (DOH), Health Emergency Preparedness and Response Administration (HEPRA) (collectively, the Government), has an immediate need for Upp Technology, Inc., to provide inventory management equipment and support. Upp Technology, Inc. Determination & Findings DOH HEPRA stephanie.senior@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
6/11/2013 6/21/2013 Uniform Rental and Cleaning Services (July – September 2013) Unifirst Determination & Findings DPW Gena.johnson@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
6/10/2013 6/20/2013 The Office of the Chief Technology Officer (the District) has a need to modify the IT Staff Augmentation (ITSA) contract with OST in order to include the transition period for the existing contract. OST, Inc. Determination & Findings Office of the Chief Technology Officer (OCTO) Chris.yi@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
6/6/2013 6/16/2013 The Department of General Services requires the services of a firm to create a unique Science Technology Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) program. Challenger Center Space Science Education Determination & Findings Department of General Services danyel.riley@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
6/3/2013 6/13/2013 The Government of the District of Columbia, Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA) is seeking a contractor to conduct PS-MAPP Certification Training utilizing the Deciding Together and Caring for Our Own curriculum. Children’s Alliance of Kansas Determination & Findings Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA) cheryl.anderson@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
5/30/2013 6/9/2013 Consultant services to address the lineages between foster parents, Structural Decision Making (SDM), the Frame Work, and the Red Team Process (Review,Evaluate, Direct). KVC Behavioral Healthcare Nebraska Inc Determination & Findings Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA) patricia.lewis-miller@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
5/28/2013 6/7/2013 CFSA seeks a vendor to provide Psychiatric Residential treatment services twenty-four (24) hours per day, seven (7) days a week to emotionally disturbed wards of Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA), hereinafter referred to as clients. The Contractor shall provide intensive residential treatment services to CFSA clients. Residential treatment is part of a continuum of care, which provides services at varying levels of intensity from the most too least restrictive. This continuum of care is dynamic; treatment services provided to the clients under this contract are geared toward improving the level of functioning so those clients progress too less restrictive setting and increased levels of functioning The Hughes Center, LLC Determination & Findings Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA) robert.stona@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
5/28/2013 6/7/2013 CFSA seeks a vendor to provide Psychiatric Residential treatment services twenty-four (24) hours per day, seven (7) days a week to emotionally disturbed wards of Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA), hereinafter referred to as clients. The Contractor shall provide intensive residential treatment services to CFSA clients. Residential treatment is part of a continuum of care, which provides services at varying levels of intensity from the most too least restrictive. This continuum of care is dynamic; treatment services provided to the clients under this contract are geared toward improving the level of functioning so those clients progress too less restrictive setting and increased levels of functioning UHS of Savannah, dba Coastal Harbor Determination & Findings Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA) robert.stona@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
5/28/2013 6/7/2013 CFSA seeks a vendor to provide Psychiatric Residential treatment services twenty-four (24) hours per day, seven (7) days a week to emotionally disturbed wards of Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA), hereinafter referred to as clients. The Contractor shall provide intensive residential treatment services to CFSA clients. Residential treatment is part of a continuum of care, which provides services at varying levels of intensity from the most too least restrictive. This continuum of care is dynamic; treatment services provided to the clients under this contract are geared toward improving the level of functioning so those clients progress too less restrictive setting and increased levels of functioning Gulf Coast Treatment Center Determination & Findings Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA) robert.stona@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
5/28/2013 6/7/2013 The District Department of the Environment (DDOE) has a need to renew the annual service and maintenance plan on a TurboMatrix 350 ground level ozone precursor pollutant analyzer, TotalChrom data acquisition and date processing workstation, and Clams 500 automated gas chromatography (GC) equipment. The purpose of the analyzer system is to monitor the air that the citizens of the District breather and to determine smog (air pollution) levels, so that the public can be informed about air quality in the District. Perkin Elmer LAS Inc Determination & Findings District Department of the Environment (DDOE) Robyn.johhnson2@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
5/24/2013 6/3/2013 Safeway gift cards/ CFSA, has a urgent need for give cards to assist CFSA’s clients with an emergency need for household or personal items Safeway Inc. Determination & Findings Child and Family Services Agency trayshawn.miles@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
5/23/2013 6/2/2013 The District of Columbia Office of Contracting and Procurement, on behalf of the District Department of the Health (“District”) is seeking a contractor to develop a geo-Spatial analysis functions for the NEDSS Base System (NBS). Inductive Health Informatics Determination & Findings DC Department of Health Norman.Townsel@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
5/23/2013 6/2/2013 Consultant Services/Providing Coaching and Training to OYE Staff Michael Saunders Determination & Findings DC Child and Family Services Agency aaron.holland2@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
5/20/2013 5/30/2013 Case Management Services /The Department of Human Services (DHS) has a continuing need to provide Case Management Services for participants in its’ Permanent Supportive Housing Program (PSHP). The period of performance will be for August 6, 2013 through March 5, 2014. Transitional Housing Corporation Determination & Findings The Department of Human Services James.Webb@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
5/20/2013 5/30/2013 Case Management Services / The Department of Human Services (DHS) has a continuing need to provide Case Management Services for participants in its’ Permanent Supportive Housing Program (PSHP). The period of performance will be for July 30, 2013 through February 26, 2014. Pathways to Housing Determination & Findings The Department of Human Services James.Webb@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
5/20/2013 5/30/2013 Case Management Services / The Department of Human Services (DHS) has a continuing need to provide Case Management Services for participants in its’ Permanent Supportive Housing Program (PSHP). The period of performance will be for July 31, 2013 through February 27, 2014. Metropolitan Educational Solutions Determination & Findings The Department of Human Services James.Webb@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
5/20/2013 5/30/2013 Case Management Services / The Department of Human Services (DHS) has a continuing need to provide Case Management Services for participants in its’ Permanent Supportive Housing Program (PSHP). The period of performance will be for August 1, 2013 through February 28 2014. Life Stride, Inc. Determination & Findings The Department of Human Services James.Webb@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
5/20/2013 5/30/2013 Case Management Services / The Department of Human Services (DHS) has a continuing need to provide Case Management Services for participants in its’ Permanent Supportive Housing Program (PSHP). The period of performance will be for August 6, 2013 through March 5, 2014. Community of Hope Determination & Findings The Department of Human Services James.Webb@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
5/20/2013 5/30/2013 Case Management Services / The Department of Human Services (DHS) has a continuing need to provide Case Management Services for participants in its’ Permanent Supportive Housing Program (PSHP).The period of performance will be for July 30, 2013 through February 26, 2014. Community Council for the Homeless at Friendship Place Determination & Findings The Department of Human Services James.Webb@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
5/20/2013 5/30/2013 Case Management Services / The Department of Human Services (DHS) has a continuing need to provide Case Management Services for participants in its’ Permanent Supportive Housing Program (PSHP). The period of performance will be for July 31, 2013 through February 27, 2014. Community Connections Determination & Findings The Department of Human Services James.Webb@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
5/20/2013 5/30/2013 Case Management Services / The Department of Human Services (DHS) has a continuing need to provide Case Management Services for participants in its’ Permanent Supportive Housing Program (PSHP). The period of performance will be for July 31, 2013 through February 27, 2014. Catholic Charities Determination & Findings The Department of Human Services James.Webb@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
5/20/2013 5/30/2013 The Vidacare Corporation manufactures and direct-sells Intraosseous Needle Sets (the “EZ-IO infusion system”) to the Mid-Atlantic and Southeast regions. Therefore, no vendors or resellers are permitted to market, sell, and/or service customers who purchase and use EZ-IO infusion products. The District of Columbia Department of Fire and Emergency Medical Services (FEMS) is interested in ordering a large quantity of EZ-IO infusion needles from Vidacare. These needles quickly establish a stable and secure vascular access with appropriate patients, and no other battery powered IO product is currently available in the marketplace. Vidacare also exclusively provides service to EZ-IO products in Washington, D.C., so their pricing does not include any third party markup. FEMS intends to utilize this opportunity to save on cost, and plan for current and future needs with this product. Vidacare Corporation Determination & Findings D.C. Fire and Emergency Medical Services peter.jones2@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
5/17/2013 5/27/2013 Environmental Education Stream Hydrology Trailer Natural Resource Ecology and Management, Oklahoma State University Determination & Findings District Department of the Environment Lucille.vest@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
5/16/2013 5/26/2013 Maintenance, Operations and Support for the IRP PRISM Program/ The International Registration Plan (IRP) is a mandatory program for licensing commercial vehicles traveling in two or more IRP jurisdictions. The IRP is a registration-prorate agreement among member states and provinces that provides for the proportional registration of commercial motor vehicles used in interstate operations. Payment of proportional registration fees is based on the percentage of miles the registrant has operated or expects to operate in each member jurisdiction. The registrant is permitted to operate in intrastate as well as interstate commerce in each member jurisdiction for which mileage has been declared and fees have been paid. Xerox State and Local Solutions Determination & Findings Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) tyrone.sweatt@dc.gov Elaine.speller@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
5/16/2013 5/26/2013 Supervisory Training / Mastering the Art of Supervision in Child Welfare which is mandatory for all new supervisors. Marsha Salus Determination & Findings Child and Family Services Agency yorjai.chandy2@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
5/16/2013 5/26/2013 Father-Child Attachment; Home Visitation program / Part of the network of primary prevention programs; the program helps to prevent child abuse and neglect. Mary’s Center for Maternal and Child Care, Inc. Determination & Findings Child and Family Services Agency yorjai.chandy2@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
5/16/2013 5/26/2013 Home Visitation program / Part of the network of primary prevention programs; the program helps to prevent child abuse and neglect. Mary’s Center for Maternal and Child Care, Inc. Determination & Findings Child and Family Services Agency yorjai.chandy2@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
5/15/2013 5/25/2013 The District of Columbia, Department of General Services, on behalf of the Fire and Emergency Medical Services Department, has a need for maintenance of the Nederman exhaust systems currently installed in thirty one (31) District Fire Stations. CS Construction Determination & Findings Department of General Services diane.wooden@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
5/10/2013 5/20/2013 The Department of General Services and the Department of Youth and Rehabilitation Services have an immediate need for a contractor to perform selected turnkey security upgrades and enhancements at the New Beginnings Youth Development Center located at 8400 River Road, Laurel Maryland. Tompkins Builders Determination & Findings Department of General Services diane.wooden@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
5/3/2013 5/13/2013 The Department of Corrections (DOC) has an immediate need for a contractor to provide continuing, non-interrupted, pre-release, community correctional (halfway houses) services to residents held under authority of any United States or District of Columbia statute, or any other lawful authority entrusted to DOC regarding persons housed in facilities operated, managed, owned/leased and maintained by the District. Extended House, Inc. Determination & Findings Department of Corrections Simone.richardson@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
5/3/2013 5/13/2013 The Department of Corrections (DOC) has an immediate need for a contractor to provide continuing, non-interrupted, pre-release, community correctional (halfway houses) services to residents held under authority of any United States or District of Columbia statute, or any other lawful authority entrusted to DOC regarding persons housed in facilities operated,managed, owned/leased and maintained by the District. Hope Village, Inc. Determination & Findings Department of Corrections Simone.richardson@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
5/3/2013 5/13/2013 The Department of Corrections (DOC) has an immediate need for a contractor to provide continuing, non-interrupted, pre-release, community correctional (halfway houses) services to residents held under authority of any United States or District of Columbia statute, or any other lawful authority entrusted to DOC regarding persons housed in facilities operated, managed, owned/leased and maintained by the District. Reynolds & Associates, LLC Determination & Findings Department of Corrections Simone.richardson@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
5/3/2013 5/13/2013 The Department of Corrections (DOC) has an immediate need for a contractor to provide continuing, non-interrupted, pre-release, community correctional (halfway houses) services to residents held under authority of any United States or District of Columbia statute, or any other lawful authority entrusted to DOC regarding persons housed in acilities operated,managed, owned/leased and maintained by the District. Efforts for Convicts Determination & Findings Department of Corrections Simone.richardson@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
5/2/2013 5/12/2013 The Department of General Services, on behalf of the Fire and Emergency Medical Services Department (FEMS), has a need for a contractor to supply, establish and monitor green roofs in various FEMS facilities under the terms of a National Fish and Wildlife Foundation Grant Agreement. Amber Real Estate, LLC Determination & Findings Department of General Services diane.wooden@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
4/26/2013 5/6/2013 Youth Transitional Services/ Providing gift cards to youth that are aging out of CFSA care Target Corporation Determination & Findings DC Child and Family Services Agency aaron.holland2@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
4/23/2013 5/3/2013 The Office of Contracting and Procurement, on behalf of the Department of Consumer and Regulatory Affairs (DCRA), Occupational and Professional Licensing Administration (OPLA) awarded a sole source contract to provide technical, managerial and administrative services to facilitate DCRA’s licensing operation function. The period of performance is expected to be from July 1, 2013 through December 31, 2013. Pearson VUE Determination & Findings DCRA,Occupational and Professional Licensing Administration crystal.farmer-linder@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
4/19/2013 4/29/2013 Fuel System Management Upgrade E.J Ward Determination & Findings DPW Oluwatobi.Meduoye@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
4/19/2013 4/29/2013 DCEB-2012-C-0202 /The Office of the Deputy Mayor for Planning and Economic Development (DMPED) seeks a contractor to provide real time, customized web-based transparent government grant management platform, for the purpose of review, analysis and evaluation and scoring applications for grant funded programs, for the District. LUX Consulting Group Inc. Determination & Findings EOM, Planning and Economic Development Lindel.reid@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
4/19/2013 4/29/2013 The Office of Contracting and Procurement, on behalf of the DC Homeland Security and Emergency Management Agency (HSEMA) is awarding a sole source contract to acquire the services of a Contractor to design, develop, conduct and evaluate the District’s Comprehensive Exercise and Corrective Action Program. The purpose of these exercises is to establish a clear mutual understanding of the expectations for future District operations in order to promote a cohesive and well-coordinated response to disastrous events. The period of performance is expected to be from May 10, 2013 through October 9, 2013. CNA Corporation Determination & Findings DC Homeland Security & Emergency Management Agency crystal.farmer-linder@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
4/18/2013 4/28/2013 DCEB-2012-C-0202 / The Office of the Deputy Mayor for Planning and Economic Development (DMPED) seeks a contractor to provide economic development support services. Janice Posey Determination & Findings EOM, Planning and Economic Development Lindel.reid@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
4/17/2013 4/27/2013 The Contractor shall provide residential services to emotionally disturbed youth that have a DSM-IV diagnosis as specified in an appropriate psychiatric evaluation, has been authorized for such treatment by the District’s MAPT team, had have been found to be eligible for such services under D.C. Medicaid. The Good Shepherd Determination & Findings Child and Family Services Agency Ronaldw.davis@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
4/15/2013 4/25/2013 Street and Bridge maintenance Yard Environmental Monitoring 401 Farragut Street NE Washington DC LUST Case #90047 Environmental Consultants and Contractors, Inc. Determination & Findings District Department of Transportation Jeralyn.johnson@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
4/12/2013 4/22/2013 The Government of the District of Columbia, Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA), has an immediate need for the services of Family Furniture Discount Center to provide quality, affordable home furnishings to the foster and kinship families of children and youth in the care of CFSA. The company offers discounted yet sturdy furniture for youth. Family Furniture Discount Center Determination & Findings Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA) shamika.place@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
4/12/2013 4/22/2013 Therapeutic Group Home/ Providing Therapeutic Group Home placement and services Grafton School Determination & Findings DC Child and Family Services Agency aaron.holland2@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
4/11/2013 4/21/2013 In-Home Chore Aide Services / The Department of Human Services has a continuing need to provide In-Home Chore Aide Services for persons found eligible by the Adult Protective Services (APS). The period of performance will be for May 1, 2013 through April 30, 2014, until a new Human Care Agreement can be awarded. Home Care Partners Determination & Findings The Department of Human Services Dwight.Hayes@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
4/11/2013 4/21/2013 Maintenance, repair and replacement on the Way Finding and Heritage Trail signs Gelberg Signs of Washington, DC Determination & Findings DDOT paulette.franklin@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
4/10/2013 4/20/2013 The Government of the District of Columbia, Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA), has the need for a Contractor to provide Specialized Family Based Foster Care, licensed in the state of Maryland to continue care of this one youth that has been under the care of this Contractor’s services since 1999. The period of performance shall be from July 01, 2013 through June 31, 2014 to ensure uninterrupted service delivery to the youth currently placed at the facility that cannot be served by traditional group home or independent living programs. This child is currently obtaining services from the Contractor so as to not disrupt their clinical progress. Mentor Maryland, Inc Determination & Findings Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA) cheryl.anderson@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
4/10/2013 4/20/2013 Trash Receptacles- The Department of Public Works, SWMA has a need to purchase: 70 Trash Receptacles model #SDDC-42 Special Series (Bronze) and 500 replacement Liners, Model SDDC-42 for Trash Receptacle. Victor Stanley Inc. Determination & Findings DPW, Solid Waste Management Administrative joann.garnett@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
4/10/2013 4/20/2013 The Department of General Services, on behalf of the District Department of the Environment, has a need for a contractor to complete the design for Springhouse Run, a stream project at the National Arboretum. LimnoTech Determination & Findings Department of General Services diane.wooden@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
4/3/2013 4/13/2013 The Department of Health Care Finance (DHCF) has an immediate need for a contractor to provide continuing Quality Improvement Organization (“QIO”) utilization review and quality improvement activities for the District’s fee-for-service Medicaid program until the District issues a new competitive procurement Request for Proposal Solicitation (“RFP”). The requirement for this contractor is set forth in 42 CFR Part 456, which requires all states and the District of Columbia to have a QIO contractor to provide a statewide utilization program for Medicaid recipients. Specifically, pursuant to federal regulations under 42 CFR Part 456, the contractor must certify admission to hospitals and institutions. Moreover, for Long Term Acute Care (LTAC) hospitals and rehabilitation facilities, the contractor must provide concurrent recertification to ensure that the beneficiary meets the criteria for continued inpatient care. The District is penalized for failure to have a Medicaid utilization program in place. Delmarva Foundation for Medical Care, Inc. Determination & Findings Department of Health Care Finance Lillian.beavers3@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
4/2/2013 4/12/2013 The Government of the District of Columbia, Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA), has an immediate need for the services of Dr. Jackie Suttington of KVC Health Systems, Inc. to provide therapeutic mentoring services to a client (temporarily) to help integrate the client into the community. KVC Health Systems, Inc. Determination & Findings CFSA shamika.place@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
4/1/2013 4/11/2013 The Office of The Chief Technology Officer (OCTO) has a need for an extension of the Lexis-Nexis Citywide Online Legal Research and Database Services Contract. The period of performance is April 13, 2013 through April 12, 2014. LexisNexis, a division of Reed Elsevier, Inc. Determination & Findings OCTO Sanaz.Etminan2@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
3/29/2013 4/8/2013 District’s Truck Size and Weight Program Load O Meter Determination & Findings DDOT Lorrae.Jordan@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
3/26/2013 4/5/2013 The Department of General Services has a need to purchase Meridian software subscription and support services for the Porlog software to ensure the Department can access and obtain maximum benefit from the software. The Prolog database and related software is being used by DGS in the management of Capital construction projects. Project Team Solutions, Inc. Determination & Findings DGS Ebony.fuller@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
3/26/2013 4/5/2013 FMA Storage Services/ Providing payment for storage services H Street Self Storage Determination & Findings CFSA aaron.holland2@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
3/26/2013 4/5/2013 The Government of the District of Columbia, Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA), has an immediate need for the services of W.H.A.L.E.R.’s Creation to provide Vocational programming Services to youth in foster care that have learning disabilities. W.H.A.L.E.R.’s Creation Determination & Findings CFSA shamika.place@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
3/25/2013 4/4/2013 Mental Health Services/ The Government of the District of Columbia Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA) has a minimum requirement to provide mental health services for a CFSA youth and their families. CFSA is in need of a Contractor with a track record in successfully providing said services. Capital Region Children’s Center Determination & Findings CFSA Cheryl .anderson @dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
3/22/2013 4/1/2013 Foster Youth Academies: A contractor with an already established record and located in the District to provide youth in foster care with educational opportunities that are college-focused residential programs with monthly follow-up programs. First Star Determination & Findings CFSA Calvinl.mcfadden@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
3/22/2013 4/1/2013 Analysis of Large Scale Wind and Solar Energy Purchasing. The Department of General Services requires the services of a firm with specialized expertise in long-term renewable energy integration and solutions to assist in the development of a procurement for wind or solar energy on a long-term basis for the supply of approximately one-third of DGS's electricity usage. Customer First Renewables LLC Determination & Findings DGS Karen.hester@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
3/21/2013 3/31/2013 Training Services/ Providing Quality Service Review - Training Human Systems and Outcomes, Inc. Determination & Findings CFSA aaron.holland2@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
3/20/2013 3/30/2013 HVAC Services/ Providing payment for HVAC services CBRE, Inc. Determination & Findings CFSA aaron.holland2@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
3/20/2013 3/30/2013 The DC Office of the Chief Medical Examiner (OCME) seeks a vendor to provide Clean Screen Columns with DAU Sorbent. The proposed vendor provides specific solid phase extraction columns for the Toxicology Laboratory at OCME. The proposed vendor has exclusive and in-depth technical knowledge of this equipment. The equipment provided by the vendor uses a specific chemical phase, has a specific volume, and provides material which is specified in our standard operating procedures. In addition, the supplier provides free methodologies specific to the equipment which OCME utilizes. Finally, the proposed vendor is familiar with the needs of the Chief Medical Examiner Office and has provided this equipment in rapid manner. United Chemical Technologies Determination & Findings Office of the Chief Medical Examiner juva.hepburn@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
3/20/2013 3/30/2013 The Metropolitan Police Department (MPD), as part of its continuing program to solicit crime tips from the public is required to pay the registration fee to use the Short Message Service (SMS) code “50411” to receive tips in the form of text messages. Neustar is licensed by the United States government to maintain the authoritative directory for U.S. Common Short Codes, to register and administer these codes and to ensure they are secured in the Common Short Codes Registry. NEUSTAR Determination & Findings MPD gloria.cephas@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
3/20/2013 3/30/2013 The Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA) has a need to acquire the services of a contractor to provide Voice Line and Circuit Services. Verizon Determination & Findings CFSA yorjai.chandy2@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
3/19/2013 3/29/2013 CW 20761 Trakster Software Computer Programming Services Public Works Solutions, LLC. Determination & Findings DPW, Solid Waste Management Administration Adele.Smith@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
3/19/2013 3/29/2013 Serve DC seeks a contractor to provide (2) fire simulator training BullEx, INC. Determination & Findings Serve DC Charity.Keys@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
3/15/2013 3/25/2013 The Bureau of Justice Assistance, United States Department of Justice, “FY 2012 Law Enforcement and Service Providers Multidisciplinary Anti-Trafficking Task Forces” is a multi-year grant award with a period of performance of: 10/01/2011 – 09/30/2013. The grant requires a single evaluation to cover the entire life cycle of the award. Business Promotion Consultants, Inc., was selected as the grant evaluation team through a competitive open market small purchase procurement during the previous fiscal year (PO317460). Business Promotion Consultants, Inc., completed the initial phase of the summative evaluation’s work plan and the Purchase Order ended at the close of Fiscal Year 2012. This sole source justification represents the work required by the contractor to complete the final phase of the Summative (outcomes, impact) Evaluation required to meet the terms and conditions of the grant agreement. Business Promotion Consultants, Inc. Determination & Findings MPD marvinl.johnson@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
3/12/2013 3/22/2013 CFSA has the need to provide Psychiatric Residential Treatment to District residents and eligible persons under the care of CFSA. This Residential Treatment Center provides to DC Medicaid clients that have a DSM-IV diagnosis as specified through psychiatric evaluations. Requirements provided under the current contract are reasonable firm and continuing and are needed beyond the existing contract period. Renewal of this contract period will allow continuous contractual coverage for an additional period, which will satisfy the District’s existing need. Adventist Health Care Determination & Findings CFSA cheryl.anderson@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
3/11/2013 3/21/2013 The Office of the Attorney General, Child Support Services Division (OAG/CSSD), has an immediate need for Obverse Corporation, Inc., to provide IT Desktop Maintenance & Support services. Obverse Corporation, Inc. Determination & Findings OAG/CSSD stephanie.senior@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
3/8/2013 3/18/2013 Emergency Repairs & maintenance of Wirtgen Milling Machines Elliott & Frantz, Inc. Determination & Findings Public Space Management Administration Barbara2.brown@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
3/7/2013 3/17/2013 The Office of Contracting and Procurement (The District) needs the current Contractor to continue to supply clothing and linen for contract No. DCPO-2008-E-2113, to be used by various agencies within the District of Columbia Government until a new contract is awarded through competitive solicitation. The period of performance is from April 1, 2013 through September 30, 2013 American Supply Company Determination & Findings OCP Michael.etekochay@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
3/7/2013 3/17/2013 The Office of Contracting and Procurement (The District) needs the current contractor to continue to provide jump suits, coveralls, disposable shirts and pants of aggregate award groups I and IV of contract No. DCPO-2008-E-2111, to be used by various agencies within the District of Columbia Government until a new contract is awarded through competitive solicitation. The period of performance is March 27, 2013 through September 26, 2013. American Supply Company Determination & Findings OCP michael.etekochay@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
3/7/2013 3/17/2013 The Department of Health Care Finance has a continuing need for a Network Provider to provide comprehensive oral health services including providing a network of dentists, beneficiary services, and related administrative services and support services for approximately 6,000 children and 60,000 adults in the District’s fee-for-service population. Currently, recipients of the FFS population are in active dental treatment with QPA dental providers. These dental providers are not enrolled as DC Medicaid FFS providers therefore the continuity of dental care for the FFS population would be disrupted without access to their network. Quality Plan Administrators Determination & Findings DHCF Grace.alao@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
3/4/2013 3/14/2013 CFSA has the need for a provider, licensed in the State of Florida, to provide Psychiatric Residential Treatment to District residents and eligible persons under the care of CFSA. This Residential Treatment Center provides to clients that have a DSM-IV diagnosis as specified through psychiatric evaluations. Requirements provided under the current contract are reasonable firm and continuing and are needed beyond the existing contract period. Renewal of this contract period will allow continuous contractual coverage for an additional period, which will satisfy the District’s existing need. University Behavioral Center Determination & Findings CFSA cheryl.anderson@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
3/4/2013 3/14/2013 CFSA has the need for a provider, licensed in the State of Florida, to provide Psychiatric Residential Treatment to District residents and eligible persons under the care of CFSA. This Residential Treatment Center provides to clients that have a DSM-IV diagnosis as specified through psychiatric evaluations. Requirements provided under the current contract are reasonable firm and continuing and are needed beyond the existing contract period. Renewal of this contract period will allow continuous contractual coverage for an additional period, which will satisfy the District’s existing need. University Behavioral Center Determination & Findings CFSA cheryl.anderson@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
3/4/2013 3/14/2013 CFSA has the need for a provider, licensed in the State of Florida, to provide Psychiatric Residential Treatment to District residents and eligible persons under the care of CFSA. This Residential Treatment Center provides to clients that have a DSM-IV diagnosis as specified through psychiatric evaluations. Requirements provided under the current contract are reasonable firm and continuing and are needed beyond the existing contract period. Renewal of this contract period will allow continuous contractual coverage for an additional period, which will satisfy the District’s existing need. University Behavioral Center Determination & Findings CFSA cheryl.anderson@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
3/4/2013 3/14/2013 CFSA has the need for a provider, licensed in the State of Florida, to provide Psychiatric Residential Treatment to District residents and eligible persons under the care of CFSA. This Residential Treatment Center provides to clients that have a DSM-IV diagnosis as specified through psychiatric evaluations. Requirements provided under the current contract are reasonable firm and continuing and are needed beyond the existing contract period. Renewal of this contract period will allow continuous contractual coverage for an additional period, which will satisfy the District’s existing need. University Behavioral Center Determination & Findings CFSA cheryl.anderson@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
2/28/2013 3/10/2013 The Office of The Chief Technology Officer (OCTO) has a need for an extension of the Verizon Citywide Telecommunication Custom contract. The period of performance is April 1, 2013 through December 31, 2013. Verizon Washington DC, Inc. Determination & Findings OCTO Sanaz.Etminan2@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
2/28/2013 3/10/2013 Refurbish Existing Grapplers Northshore Manufacturing Determination & Findings DPW Michael.Spriggs@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
2/28/2013 3/10/2013 Bike Membership services/Membership management system that allows members to register accounts and access those accounts online. Additionally, members can manage various attributes of their accounts, such as, account status and purchasing additional days of parking. The system also creates a database that the District can use to evaluate bike usage both currently and for the future. Mobis Transportation Alternatives (DBA Bikestation) Determination & Findings DDOT Kirk.benson@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
2/21/2013 3/3/2013 The District of Columbia Department of Corrections is seeking a contractor to provide the PTI Armband and its associated equipment. This equipment includes a Trim Die Hole Punch, a Laminator, a Rivet Tool, and an optional Armband Photo Die Cutter. Pinnacle Technologies Inc Determination & Findings DOC Eric.Gordon@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
2/20/2013 3/2/2013 The District of Columbia, Office of Contracting and Procurement, on behalf of the Department of Human Services has a need for a sole source extension for technical assistance services. Policy Studies, Inc. Determination & Findings DHS Sanaz.Etminan2@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
2/19/2013 3/1/2013 The District of Columbia, Metropolitan Police Department (MPD) has a need for an information technology solution to enable integration and analysis of all-source information. The desired solution, Palantir, combines a backend database and server architecture with an intuitive frontend user interface, which will enable the MPD to store, search and share knowledge. Palantir Technologies Inc. Determination & Findings MPD Chris.yi@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
2/15/2013 2/25/2013 Quality Improvement Organization/DHCF needs to ensure that Medicaid recipients receive medically justified medical care. All hospital inpatient admissions, long term care admissions, surgical procedures (inpatient and outpatient), optical services, hearing services, and durable medical equipment need to be authorized as medically justified. Utilization and medical reviews are performed by a Quality Improvement Organization (QIO) designated under 42 CFR Part 456 to safeguard against unnecessary or inappropriate use of Medicaid Services and to be in compliance with the Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) rules. Delmarva Foundation for Medical Care, Inc. (Delmarva), a Federally authorized QIO, was awarded Contract No. DCHT-2012-C-0023, for period December 1, 2012 through January 31, 2013. DHCF requires an extension of six months for the period February 1, 2013 to July 31, 2013 to continue to serve as the District’s Quality Improvement Organization (QIO), during the selection process for competitive solicitation DCHT-2012-R-0002. The purpose of this sole source award is to ensure continued compliance with Federal Medicaid rules without interruption while the District completes ward of a competitive procurement. In consideration of the District’s minimum need, Delmarva is the current contractor with the expertise, to properly provide transition services required to ensure the proper transition of service. Delmarva Foundation for Medical Care, Inc. Determination & Findings DHCF illian.beavers3@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
2/15/2013 2/25/2013 Organizational Infrastructure Improvement Project: Provide integral assistance to the infrastructure of the Agency’s federal revenue operation, including continual training of CFSA staff and provider staff, completing cost allocation plan amendments, third party billing processing and training for Target Case Management, and IV-E claiming system improvement. Sivic Solutions Group, LLC Determination & Findings CFSA Calvinl.mcfadden@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
2/14/2013 2/24/2013 Transition Planning for Foster Youth/ A tool used to provide a series of well thought out life skills which are required to prepare youth for today’s society. It is youth focused and driven providing foster care youth with tangible resources needed as they transition from adolescent to young adulthood. Foster Club Determination & Findings CFSA yorjai.chandy2@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
2/13/2013 2/23/2013 Preventive Maintenance on the Metasys System located at the DC Department of Corrections located at 1901 D ST SE Washington DC 20003. They are as follows: 1) 1 - Personal Machine Interface (PMI) Software; 2) Software Support; 3) 8 - NCM"s Network Control Module; 4) 27 - UNT'S Unitary Controllers; 5) 111 - VAV Box Controllers; 6) 14 - DX 9100 Controllers (Digital Expandable Controller; 7) 30 - DX XP Controller (Extension Point Module); 8) 15 - DX XT Translators (extension Translator Module. Software Subscription Service. The following is included: 1) 1 - ADS server - Metasys Extended Architecure; 2) 2 - NIE (Network Integrators). Johnsons Control Inc Determination & Findings DOC Eric.Gordon@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
2/8/2013 2/18/2013 The Department of general Services has a need for parking operator services for the DC USA retail center located at 14th and Irving Streets. District of Columbia Parking Associates Determination & Findings DGS Kim.gray@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
2/7/2013 2/17/2013 The Department of General Services, on behalf of the Department of Forensic Sciences, has a need to a DCS4 Fingerprint Recording Development and Examination system. Foster and Freeman Determination & Findings DGS Kim.gray@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
2/6/2013 2/16/2013 The Contractor shall provide evaluation services to school to include administering and scoring the English Language Proficiency test, ACCESS for ELLS, technical assistance and ELL curriculum resources to LEAs. Wisconsin Centre for Education Research (WCER)- WIDA Consortium Determination & Findings OSSE nicole.matthews2@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
2/5/2013 2/15/2013 Fuel Management System Upgrade E.J. Ward, Inc. Determination & Findings DPW Oluwatobi.Meduoye@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
2/4/2013 2/14/2013 DCEB-2013-A-0001 / The Government of the District of Columbia, Office of the Deputy Mayor for Planning and Economic Development has a minimum need for a contractor to provide economic performance metrics for DMPED projects. George Washington University Determination & Findings DMPED Lindel.reid@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
2/1/2013 2/11/2013 The Department of General Services has a need for asset management services for the DC USA retail center located at 14th and Irving Streets. Spectrum Management, LLC Determination & Findings DGS kim.gray@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
1/31/2013 2/10/2013 The Department of Health Care Finance has a continuing need for a broker to manage and administer the District’s non-emergency transportation (NET) services program for the District’s Medicaid Eligible fee-for-service (FSS) Recipients. The total number of the District’s eligible FFS Recipients ranges each month between 35,000 and 45,000. Any disruption in this service would cause great harm to the residents of the District who utilize this service as MTM provides all Medicaid fee-for-service recipients with transportation necessary to attend medical appointments and all transportation needed to maintain a healthy quality of life. Furthermore, any disruption to this service would cause the District a severe financial burden as these services are mandated to be provided to Medicaid recipients under Federal law. The purpose of this sole source award is to ensure the safety of District residents and be in compliance with The Procurement Practices Act of 1985 without interruption while the District develops and completes award of a competitive procurement. Medical Transportation Management Determination & Findings DHCF Grace.alao@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
1/29/2013 2/8/2013 This purpose for the follow-up study is to provide a follow-up analysis of the initial health study completed in John Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health approximately four years ago. The study will consist of: documenting community concerns about health impacts possibly related to the Spring Valley Formerly Used Defense Site, conducting open communication on project methods and findings in conjunction with the previous work completed, following-up on issues raised in the initial 2007 Scoping study, and Provide specific resources and education as needed to community members, groups, and other interested parties. Johns Hopkins University Determination & Findings DDOE Norman.Townsel@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
1/29/2013 2/8/2013 Metal Health Services/ Providing mental health services. Functions that include individual and family therapy for children and their families who are in the care of the District of Columbia, Child and Family Services Agency CFSA. API Associates, Inc. Determination & Findings CFSA aaron.holland2@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
1/25/2013 2/4/2013 CW19623 / Refurbished International Chassis of Horton Ambulances Laake Enterprises, Inc. dba FESCO Emergency Sales Determination & Findings Fire & Emergency Medical Services Lucille.vest@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
1/25/2013 2/4/2013 CW19325 / 2013 Horton Model 533 Type III Ambulance Laake Enterprises, Inc. dba FESCO Emergency Sales Determination & Findings Fire & Emergency Medical Services Lucille.vest@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
1/23/2013 2/2/2013 Youth Transitional Services/ Providing gift cards to youth that are aging out of CFSA care Target Corporation Determination & Findings CFSA aaron.holland2@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
1/22/2013 2/1/2013 The Contractor shall provide residential, foster and social care services to unaccompanied refugee minors in foster care, group home or semi-independent living programs throughout the Washington Metropolitan area. The Contractor shall provide these services for up to 7 unaccompanied refugee minor youths. Lutheran Social Services of the National Capital Area Determination & Findings CFSA Pamela.glover@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
1/18/2013 1/28/2013 The District of Columbia, Office of Contracting and Procurement, on behalf of the Department of Corrections is seeking a contractor to upgrade its Offender Management System (OMS) a proprietary system own by Digital Solutions Inc. Digital Solutions Inc. Determination & Findings DOC Sanaz.Etminan2@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
1/15/2013 1/25/2013 Professional Licensing Project Pearson VUE Determination & Findings DCRA crystal.farmer-linder@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
1/15/2013 1/25/2013 Street and Bridge maintenance, Repairs items on Conveyor Watering System Elliott & Frantz, Inc Determination & Findings Public Space Management Administration barbara2.brown@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
1/10/2013 1/20/2013 The Government of the District of Columbia, DC Department of Housing and Community Development (DHCD) Lead Safe Washington Program is seeking a contractor to replace and properly dispose of the Cobalt057 source used in the XRF Lead Paint Analyzer (RMD). DHCD is responsible for testing possible lead paint hazards in homes throughout the District of Columbia. RMD Instruments Determination & Findings DHCD Vanessa.hardy@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
1/9/2013 1/19/2013 The Government of the District of Columbia, Department of Corrections (DOC) has an immediate need to extend the period of performance for the current food service contract DCFL-2006-D-0011. DOC needs the current contractor to provide daily well-balanced nutritious meals to an average population of 3,100 inmates (ranging from 2,800 to 3,300) housed at the Central Detention Facility (CDF) and the Correctional Treatment Facility (CTF). The inmate food service will be required for twenty-eight (28) days or one month beyond the current expiration date of the current contract, February 1, 2013 through February 28, 2013, or until a new contract can be competitively awarded. Aramark Correctional Services, LLC Determination & Findings DOC Rebecca.young@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
1/4/2013 1/14/2013 Roadway Weather Information System Monitoring Software/ Specialized software to monitor the pavement and atmospheric data for DDOT personnel in the District of Columbia. The software uses sensors that communicate to existing Linux RPU installed throughout the District. Vaisala Determination & Findings DDOT Kirk.benson@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
12/28/2012 1/7/2013 Developmentally Disabled Program Services/ Specialized residentialcare for developmentally disabled children presenting issues that cannot be served by traditional residential treatment facilities. ILIFF Nursing and Rehabilitation Center Determination & Findings CFSA cheryl.anderson@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
12/26/2012 1/5/2013 The Department on Disability Services (DDS), Developmental Disabilities Administration (DDA), requires the services of a contractor with local and national expertise in primary care for individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities (IADD), academic medicine and quality care to continue to address the quality, availability, access to and consistent implementation of health care for individuals served by DDS. These services are required to assist the agency in implementing the Developmental Disabilities Administration Health Care Initiative effective May 12, 2008 and meet requirements of the 2010 Revision of the 2001 Plan for Compliance and Conclusion of Evans v. Gray in fiscal year 2013. The George Washington University, School of Medicine and Health Sciences Determination & Findings DDS Nicole.Starwood@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
12/19/2012 12/29/2012 The Government of the District of Columbia, Department of Corrections (DOC) has an immediate need to extend the period of performance for the current food service contract DCFL-2006-D-0011. DOC needs the current contractor to provide daily well-balanced nutritious meals to an average population of 3,100 inmates (ranging from 2,800 to 3,300) housed at the Central Detention Facility (CDF) and the Correctional Treatment Facility (CTF). The inmate food service will be required for thirty (30) days or one month beyond the current expiration date of the current contract, January 1, 2013 through January 31, 2013, or until a new contract can be competitively awarded. Aramark Correctional Services, LLC Determination & Findings DOC Rebecca.young@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
12/10/2012 12/20/2012 Software Management and Maintenance / The Contractor shall provide software management and maintenance of the DOH Immunization Registry. Trey Industries, Inc. Determination & Findings DOH Annier.white@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
12/7/2012 12/17/2012 The Office of the Chief Technology Officer (OCTO) has a minimum need for 24x7 maintenance and man-based telephony support services for the District’s DC-NET network. This contract provides, among other things, the fiber response crews that respond to operational issues such as network outages or fiber cuts and other mission-critical issues. The network serves a large number of District agencies, non-profits and federal agencies. The District’s Public Safety agencies, The Office of Unified Communications (OUC), Metropolitan Police Department (MPD), and Fire & Emergency Medical Services (FEMS), all depend on the network. Science Applications International Corporation (SAIC) Determination & Findings OCTO crystal.mckay@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
12/6/2012 12/16/2012 The District of Columbia, on behalf of the Department of Motor Vehicles has a need to continue services awarded under the Ticket Processing contract. These services are highly visible to the public. Ticket processing is a required government service. Without it, District residents could not clear their records to renew their driver’s licenses or vehicle registrations. Xerox State and Local Solutions Determination & Findings DMV crystal.mckay@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
12/3/2012 12/13/2012 The District Department of the Environment (DDOE) has a need for water quality dataloggers; to provide real time monitoring information and mechanisms for reporting to the public. The dataloggers will monitor water quality in the Potomac River via web monitoring. Dataloggers are instruments that are used to collect water quality data. The dataloggers monitor water quality for the pH, DO (dissolved oxygen), temperature turbidity, depth and chlorophyll. The data results of the water quality of the District’s rivers and streams will be provided through a web link for public to view. YSI Integrated Systems (Xylem) Determination & Findings DDOE Robyn.johnson2@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
12/3/2012 12/13/2012 The Government of the District of Columbia, Office of Contracting and Procurement, on behalf of the Office of the Chief Technology Officer (OCTO) is seeking a contractor to provide Ariba technical support services for the Ariba Spend Management suite known as the Procurement Automated Support System (PASS). Ariba Inc. Determination & Findings OCTO Sanaz.Etminan2@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
11/30/2012 12/10/2012 The Department of General Services has an immediate need for a company to provide equipment and services to repair the fire alarm security system at One Judiciary Square to ensure compliance with DC regulations regarding the emergency response system. Siemens Industry, Inc. Determination & Findings DGS tia.mercer@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
11/29/2012 12/9/2012 Mailing System/ Pitney Bowes DM 875 Mailing System Pitney Bowes Determination & Findings CFSA aaron.holland2@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
11/29/2012 12/9/2012 The Office of The Chief Technology Officer (OCTO) has a need for a sole source extension for Verizon Citywide Telecommunication Custom contract. The period of performance is January 1, 2013 through March 31, 2013. Verizon Washington D.C. Determination & Findings OCTO Sanaz.Etminan2@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
11/27/2012 12/7/2012 The Child and Family Services Agency has need of a Portable Live Scan Finger Print Machine and application software to conduct background checks as needed. This will allow the Agency to be able to respond to the needs of children and families with the best possible candidates as required by law. MorphoTrac, Inc. Determination & Findings CFSA robert.stona@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
11/20/2012 11/30/2012 The Government of the District of Columbia, Department of Health Care Finance has a need to maintain health care services for the District’s Medicaid eligible population enrolled in the Child and Adolescent Supplemental Security Income Program (CASSIP). The CASSIP program provides an array of comprehensive health care, mental health and substance abuse services to approximately 5,113 Medicaid eligible children and adolescents up to the age of 26 with disabilities and complex health care needs. Due to the specific and repetitive complicated disorders and diagnoses of CASSIP enrollees, it is essential that each enrollee and his or her family receive intensive Case Management, Care Coordination and support throughout their childhood and adolescence, including during transition from one program to another. All aspects of care are family-centered, communication with and education of the family is frequent, and communication among each enrollee’s team of Providers is routine to ensure effective administration. ASSIP enrollees receive medically necessary services for physical health, mental and behavioral health, and substance abuse, nursing home care, Intermediate Care Facilities for Mental Retardation (ICF/MR) and residential treatment services. Health Care Services for Children with Special Needs, Inc. Determination & Findings DHCF Grace.alao@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
11/20/2012 11/30/2012 The Department of General Services, on behalf of the department of Consumer and Regulatory Affairs (DCRA), has an immediate need to produce parking accommodations for six-nine (69) vehicles, which include six-four (64) government owned vehicles and five (5) contract vehicles in their new office space. Central Parking Systems Determination & Findings DGS Jim.marshall@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
11/16/2012 11/26/2012 The Department of Health, is seeking to continue the services of a contractor to provide real estate advisement and consultant services to assist in the development and management of the Capital Health Projects, through which over $100 million is being invested in primary, urgent and emergency care facilities. Amber Real Estate, LLC Determination & Findings DOH Nicolef.matthews@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
11/16/2012 11/26/2012 The Department of Health Care Finance has a minimum need to provide pharmacy benefit services for the District’s Medicaid eligible fee-for-service recipients through the pharmacy benefit manager which include a point of sale (POS) pharmacy system allowing eligible District Medicaid and Medicaid waiver beneficiaries’ immediate access to needed pharmaceuticals, and timely and accurate payment of prescription claims to pharmacies through the “real time” verification of beneficiaries’ eligibility, drug coverage, and reimbursement levels. Any disruption in this service would cause great harm to the residents of the District who utilize this service as Xerox provides all Medicaid fee-for-service recipients immediate access to needed pharmaceuticals, and timely and accurate payment of prescription claims to pharmacies through the “real time” verification of beneficiaries’ eligibility, drug coverage, and reimbursement levels. The purpose of this sole source award is to ensure the safety of District residents and be in compliance with The Procurement Practices Act of 1985 without interruption while the District develops and completes award of a competitive procurement. Xerox State Healthcare, LLC Determination & Findings DHCF helena.barbour@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
11/16/2012 11/26/2012 Department of Health Care Finance (DHCF) has a continued need for storage and destruction of sensitive health records belonging to the Department of Health and the former DC General Hospital. DHCF has stored certain records documents at Iron Mountain’s facility for the last eight (8) years. The District is in the process of withdrawing all it records from Iron Mountain facility and plans to complete this project by the close of FY 2013. Until DHCF completes this project, Iron Mountain will continue to charge storage and destruction of documents fees. DHCF cannot remove all its remaining records at once because they do not yet have the space to store all these records themselves. The purpose of this sole source award is to ensure that records will continue being stored and destroyed at Iron Mountain until DHCF arranges to close out the account. Iron Mountain Determination & Findings DHCF helena.barbour@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
11/14/2012 11/24/2012 Structured Decision Making Assessment : Contractor to enhance CFSA overall use of Structured Decision Making (SDM) system. National Center for Crime and Delinquency, Children’s Research Center Determination & Findings CFSA Calvinl.mcfadden@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
11/14/2012 11/24/2012 The Department of General Services, on behalf of the Department of Forensic Sciences /Public Health Laboratory (DC PHL), has a need to purchase a Dual-head Multi-purpose Sampler XL and Cryogenic Trap system that works with the Agilent GCMS to obtain optimal performance in identification or potential chemical threat agents. Gerstel, Inc. Determination & Findings DGS kim.gray@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
11/13/2012 11/23/2012 The Department of General Services (DGS) has a need for Field Turf to install the baseball striping at Rosedale Recreation Center. Field Turf Determination & Findings DGS kim.gray@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
11/8/2012 11/18/2012 The Department of Health Care Finance has a continuing need for a broker to manage and administer the District’s non-emergency transportation (NET) services program for the District’s Medicaid Eligible fee-for-service (FSS) Recipients. The total number of the District’s eligible FFS Recipients ranges each month between 35,000 and 45,000. Any disruption in this service would cause great harm to the residents of the District who utilize this service as MTM provides all Medicaid fee-for-service recipients with transportation necessary to attend medical appointments and all transportation needed to maintain a healthy quality of life. Furthermore, any disruption to this service would cause the District a severe financial burden as these services are mandated to be provided to Medicaid recipients under Federal law. The purpose of this sole source award is to ensure the safety of District residents and be in compliance with The Procurement Practices Act of 1985 without interruption while the District develops and completes award of a competitive procurement. Medical Transportation Management Determination & Findings DHCF Lillian.beavers3@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
11/8/2012 11/18/2012 Services, repairs and supplies for emergency operation Services, repairs and supplies for emergency operation Determination & Findings DOT Urban Forestry Admin. Barbara2.Brown@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
11/6/2012 11/16/2012 DHCF needs to ensure that Medicaid recipients receive medically justified medical care. All hospital inpatient admissions, long term care admissions, surgical procedures (inpatient and outpatient), optical services, hearing services, and durable medical equipment need to be authorized as medically justified. Utilization and medical reviews are performed by a Quality Improvement Organization (QIO) designated under 42 CFR Part 456 to safeguard against unnecessary or inappropriate use of Medicaid Services and to be in compliance with the Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) rules. Delmarva Foundation for Medical Care, Inc. (Delmarva), a Federally authorized QIO, was awarded Contract No. DCHT-2012-C-0019, to serve as the District’s Quality Improvement Organization (QIO), during the selection process for competitive solicitation DCHT-2012-R-0002. The purpose of this sole source award is to ensure continued compliance with Federal Medicaid rules without interruption while the District completes ward of a competitive procurement. In consideration of the District’s minimum need, Delmarva is the current contractor with the expertise, to properly provide transition services required to ensure the proper transition of service. Delmarva Foundation for Medical Care, Inc. Determination & Findings DHCF Lillian.beavers3@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
11/6/2012 11/16/2012 Training and Technical Assistance/ Contractor to provide training and technical assistance to the Child and Family Services Agency of Washington, D.C. to implement trauma informed and focused care within their child welfare system KVC Health Systems, Inc. Determination & Findings CFSA yorjai.chandy2@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
11/1/2012 11/11/2012 Fire Protection Systems/ Guardian Fire Protection Services, LLC will be disconnecting and removing their fire protection systems from the former CFSA Headquarters. Guardian Fire Protection Services, LLC Determination & Findings CFSA aaron.holland2@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
10/31/2012 11/10/2012 The District of Columbia’s Department of Health Care Finance has a need for a third party liability recovery vendor. This vendor will be required to conducts monthly data matches of the District of Columbia Medicaid eligibility file against multiple Commercial and Tricare insurance eligibility files. Health Care Management Systems Determination & Findings DHCF Simone.richardson@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
10/24/2012 11/3/2012 The Department of General Services, on behalf of the Chief medical Examiner Office (OCME), has a need for an Olympus SZ 61 Stereo Microscope on STX floor stand. The product and services referenced are new proprietary instrumentation and software provided solely by Qlympus Corporation of Americas Olympus America, Inc. Determination & Findings DGS kim.gray@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
10/24/2012 11/3/2012 The Government of the District of Columbia, Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA), has an immediate need for the services of Foster and Adoptive Parent Advocacy Center to provide services under the scope of work which includes better communication with the resource parents, training, newsletters and other mailings, bridging the gap between the agency and the resource parents, and helping to recruit more resource parents in the district. Foster and Adoptive Parent Advocacy Center Determination & Findings CFSA shamika.place@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
10/19/2012 10/29/2012 The Government of the District of Columbia Department of Health, HIV/AIDS, Hepatitis, STD, TB Administration (HAHSTA) seeks a contractor to provide T-Spot.TB reagent kits. T-Spot is the only FDA approved TB test on the market that utilizes the ELiSPOT technology, which offers key advantages in test performance and simplicity Oxford Diagnostic Laboratories Determination & Findings DOH Nicolef.matthews@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
10/18/2012 10/28/2012 CFSA seeks a vendor to provide Psychiatric Residential treatment services twenty-¬four (24) hours per day, seven (7) days a week to emotionally disturbed wards of Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA), hereinafter referred to as clients. The Contractor shall provide intensive residential treatment services to CFSA clients. Residential treatment is part of a continuum of care, which provides services at varying levels of intensity from the most too least restrictive. This continuum of care is dynamic; treatment services provided to the clients under this contract are geared toward improving the level of functioning so those clients progress too less restrictive setting and increased levels of functioning KVC Hospital, Inc Determination & Findings CFSA robert.stona@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
10/18/2012 10/28/2012 Management Oversight for specific services under the District’s Homeless Services Continuum of Care. Description: Department of Human Services (DHS), Family Services Administration (FSA) is requesting a sole source contract to the Community Partnership for the Prevention of Homelessness (TCP) for the provision of specific programs and services under the Homeless Services Program (HSP). TCP is the current management contractor under the HSP and the specific services included in this sole source are currently being administered by TCP through its current management contract. The period of performance will be February 1, 2013 through January 31, 2014. Community Partnership for the Prevention of Homelessness Determination & Findings DHS Jeanne.mirabile@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
10/18/2012 10/28/2012 The Office of the Deputy Mayor for Planning and Economic Development (DMPED) seeks a contractor to provide performance measurement standards and technical assistance to ensure grantee consistency and to ensure that grantees have access to technical assistance and guidance to help improve performance. National Youth Employment Coalition Determination & Findings DMPED surinder.sharma@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
10/17/2012 10/27/2012 Monthly maintenance on six (6) Cranes, three(3) at Ft. Totton Transfer Station and three(3) at Benning Road Station, and Cranes spare parts. Northshore Manufacturing Determination & Findings DPW joann.garnett@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
10/16/2012 10/26/2012 Youth Transitional Services/ Providing gift cards to youth that are aging out of CFSA care Target Corporation Determination & Findings CFSA aaron.holland2@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
10/15/2012 10/25/2012 The Department of General Services, on behalf of the Metropolitan Police Department (MPD), has a need for a locksmith provider that has sufficient staff to address issues at 30 plus sites as needed 24/7, has experience to install, repair, and replace a wide variety of lock types (exterior door, office door keypad, desk, workstation, turnstile, cell block, valuable safe, gun safe,) and experience with repairing and providing key blanks and cylinders for a variety of lock brands. UPCO Safe and Lock Determination & Findings DGS kim.gray@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
10/12/2012 10/22/2012 The District has a continued need for storage retrieval and destruction of documents. Iron Mountain Determination & Findings DCRA norman.townsel@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
10/10/2012 10/20/2012 The District of Columbia, Office of Contracting and procurement on behalf of The Department of Motor Vehicles has a need for contractor to provide Pass/Fail Inspection Stickers for SW Inspection Station. Securmark Decal Corporation Determination & Findings DMV denise.burton@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
10/9/2012 10/19/2012 Residential Treatment Services KidsPeace National Centers of North America, Inc Determination & Findings CFSA cheryl.anderson@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
10/3/2012 10/13/2012 The Government of the District of Columbia, Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA), has an immediate need for the services of Dr. Allison M. Jackson to provide medical record review and analysis specific to an investigation on Medical Abuse allegations. Allison Jackson Determination & Findings CFSA shamika.place@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
10/1/2012 10/11/2012 Psychiatric Residential Treatment Services-Kennesaw, GA (DC Medicaid Funded) Devereux Georgia Determination & Findings CFSA cheryl.anderson@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
10/1/2012 10/11/2012 Psychiatric Residential Treatment Services-Malvern PA (DC Medicaid Funded) Devereux Beneto Determination & Findings CFSA cheryl.anderson@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
10/1/2012 10/11/2012 Psychiatric Residential Treatment Services-Orlando, FL (DC Medicaid Funded) Devereux Florida Determination & Findings CFSA cheryl.anderson@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
9/26/2012 10/6/2012 The Government of the District of Columbia, Office of the Deputy Mayor for Planning and Economic Development has a minimum need for a contractor to provide Tracking-At-A Glance software, training and support. Desiging Success, Inc. Determination & Findings EOM Lindel.reid@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
9/25/2012 10/5/2012 The Department of General Services, on behalf of the Metropolitan Police Department (MPD), has a need to purchase battery powered hydraulic vehicle lifters to move vehicles in the processing bay of the forensic lab. Power Pusher Determination & Findings DGS kim.gray@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
9/21/2012 10/1/2012 The Office of Contracting and Procurement, on behalf of the Department of Consumer and Regulatory Affairs (DCRA), Occupational and Professional Licensing Administration (OPLA), is awarding a contract for a "turnkey" approach to provide technical, managerial and administrative services to facilitate licensing operation functions. The period of performance is expected to be from October 1, 2012 through January 31, 2013. Pearson VUE Determination & Findings DCRA crystal.farmer-linder@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
9/21/2012 10/1/2012 In-house Nursing Services: A Contractor to provide in-home nursing services to families active with the Child and Family Services Agency (CSFA). The Contractor shall be available to provide in-home nursing services twenty-four (24) hours a day, seven day a week. Housen Homecare, Inc Determination & Findings CFSA pamela.glover@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
9/21/2012 10/1/2012 The Department of Youth Rehabilitation Services (DYRS) has a continued need for a contractor to provide Residential Treatment Services in accordance with court orders imposed by the D. C. Superior Court for youth involved in the District of Columbia’s juvenile justice system. The period of performance will be October 1, 2012 through April 30, 2013. Youth for Tomorrow Determination & Findings DYRS dwight,hayes@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
9/21/2012 10/1/2012 The Department of Youth Rehabilitation Services (DYRS) has a continued need for a contractor to provide Residential Treatment Services in accordance with court orders imposed by the D. C. Superior Court for youth involved in the District of Columbia’s juvenile justice system. The period of performance will be October 1, 2012 through April 30, 2013. Maryland Treatment Center Determination & Findings DYRS george.wheeler@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
9/21/2012 10/1/2012 The Department of Youth Rehabilitation Services (DYRS) has a continued need for a contractor to provide Residential Treatment Services in accordance with court orders imposed by the D. C. Superior Court for youth involved in the District of Columbia’s juvenile justice system. The period of performance will be October 1, 2012 through April 30, 2013. Kids Peace Mesabi Academy Determination & Findings DYRS george.wheeler@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
9/20/2012 9/30/2012 Sanitarian Services Munir Malik Determination & Findings CFSA cheryl.anderson@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
9/20/2012 9/30/2012 Mental Health Services Capital Region Children's Choice Determination & Findings CFSA cheryl.anderson@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
9/20/2012 9/30/2012 The District of Columbia Government, Office of Contracting and Procurement on behalf of the Office of the Attorney General, Child Support Services Division (OAG/CSSD) is seeking the services of a Contractor to provide genetic testing for approximately 4000 specimens per year. Genetic testing shall be provided to mothers, putative fathers and all identified children. Bostwick Laboratories Determination & Findings OAG/CSSD crystal.farmer-linder@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
9/20/2012 9/30/2012 The Department of Youth Rehabilitation Services (DYRS) has a continued need for a contractor to provide Residential Treatment Services in accordance with court orders imposed by the D. C. Superior Court for youth involved in the District of Columbia’s juvenile justice system. The period of performance will be October 1, 2012 through April 30, 2013. The Summit Academy Determination & Findings DYRS Jeanne.mirabile@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
9/20/2012 9/30/2012 The Department of General Services, on behalf of the Chief Medical Examiner’s Office (OCME), has a need to purchase portable, printable, flexible and retractable screens. KwickScreen Determination & Findings DGS kim.gray@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
9/18/2012 9/28/2012 The Child and Family Services Agency has need of a LiveScan desktop and application software to conduct background checks as needed. This will allow the Agency to be able to respond to the needs of children and families with the best possible candidates as required by law. MorphoTrac, Inc. Determination & Findings CFSA robert.stona@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
9/18/2012 9/28/2012 WIC Nutrition Services:Supplemental nutrition services for high-risk pregnant, breastfeeding and postpartum women infants and children less than five years of age and other low-income residents of the District of Columbia. Howard University Hospital Determination & Findings DOH nicolef.matthews@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
9/18/2012 9/28/2012 WIC Nutrition Services: Supplemental nutrition services for high-risk pregnant, breastfeeding and postpartum women infants and children less than five years of age and other low-income residents of the District of Columbia. Children’s National medical Center Determination & Findings DOH nicolef.matthews@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
9/18/2012 9/28/2012 WIC Nutrition Services: Supplemental nutrition services for high-risk pregnant, breastfeeding and postpartum women infants and children less than five years of age and other low-income residents of the District of Columbia. Mary’s Center for Maternal and Child Care, Inc. Determination & Findings DOH nicolef.matthews@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
9/17/2012 9/27/2012 Quality Improvement Organization - The Department of Health Care Finance is seeking Quality Improvement Organization (QIO) certified by Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services to provide and conduct utilization reviews and quality improvement activities for the District’s fee-for-Service Medicaid Program. DHCF requires a Sole Source Award for the period Date of Award to November 30, 2012. The purpose of the sole source award is to ensure no break in services while the District completes award of a competitively sought procurement. Delmarva Foundation for Medical Care, Inc. Determination & Findings DHCF Lillian.beavers3@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
9/14/2012 9/24/2012 The Government of the District of Columbia, Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA), has an immediate need for the services of Wendy Jacobson to provide Child Welfare System Consulting Services with limited mobilization lead timing. Wendy Jacobson Determination & Findings CFSA shamika.place@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
9/14/2012 9/24/2012 The Department on Disability Services, Agency Fiscal Officer, has an immediate need for a contractor with proven experience and expertise in the unique discipline of Human Services cost identification and allocation who is available and able to generate a Cost Allocation Plan and Random Moment Time System to facilitate recovery of the maximum indirect costs possible from federal programs, including Medicaid, for DDS’ Fiscal Year 2013 and facilitate approval of the IDCR rate by the cognizant federal agency. Innovative Costing Solutions, LLC Determination & Findings DDS Nicole.Starwood@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
9/12/2012 9/22/2012 Developmentally Disabled Program Services/ Specialized care for developmentally disabled children presenting issues that cannot be served by traditional group home or independent living programs. Integrated Community Services, Inc. (ICS) Determination & Findings CFSA yorjai.chandy2@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
9/11/2012 9/21/2012 Managed Care organization Health Services Children with Special Needs Determination & Findings DHCF Jacquelyn.alpert@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
9/11/2012 9/21/2012 The Government of the District of Columbia, Office of Procurement Services (OPS) is seeking a contractor to provide various types of comprehensive breast and cervical cancer screening, and treatment services to uninsured female residents of the District of Columbia Washington Cancer Institute (Washington Hospital Center), Capital Breast Care Center (The Pres. and Director of Georgetown), Howard University Hospital, Planned Parenthood of Metropolitan Washington, Dr. William Funderburk, Dr. Regina Hampton, United Medical Center Foundation, Providence Health Foundation, and Providence Hospital Determination & Findings DOH Bettye.marshall@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
9/10/2012 9/20/2012 Fuel Management System Upgrade E.J. Ward, Inc. Determination & Findings DPW Gena.johnson@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
9/10/2012 9/20/2012 The Office of the State Superintendent of Education (OSSE) has a requirement for a Contract to provide human care regulation and licensing training National Association for Regulatory Administration Determination & Findings OSSE william2.proctor@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
9/5/2012 9/15/2012 Mental Health Services/ Providing one to one services to children and youth who are in the care of the District of Columbia, Child and Family Services Agency CFSA. Crawford Consultants Determination & Findings CFSA aaron.holland2@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
9/4/2012 9/14/2012 The Department of General Services, on behalf of the Metropolitan Police Department (MPD), Evidence Control Unit, has a need to purchase 13 Flatbed Workstations Monitors, and Flatbed scanners and Rapback software package that is compatible with the present system currently being used. Morpho Trak Equipment and Software Determination & Findings DGS kim.gray@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
9/4/2012 9/14/2012 The Department of General Services, on behalf of the Metropolitan Police Department (MPD), Firearms and Fingerprinting Examination Division, has a need for a contractor to furnish and install a lab software system compatible with the “turn-key” digital forensic imaging and information system recently purchased. New Technologies, Inc Determination & Findings DGS kim.gray@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
9/4/2012 9/14/2012 The Department of General Services, on behalf of the Metropolitan Police Department (MPD), Evidence Control Unit, has a need to purchase the Oceans Seven System by Ominvor. Ominvor Ocean Seven Systems Determination & Findings DGS kim.gray@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
9/4/2012 9/14/2012 The Department on Disability Services (DDS), Developmental Disabilities Administration (DDA), requires services of a contractor with demonstrated capacity and experience working with the District’s DDA service delivery system, Hospital, Primary Care, Specialty Care, Nursing and Clinical associations and networks, Medical Schools, and the DC Departments of Health and Health Care Finance to advance a quality assurance and improvement initiative to assist DDS in meeting its regulatory and legal requirements in conclusion of the more than 35-year old case of Evans vs. Gray, and focus on health and related issues that impact access to quality services and supports and ultimately the quality of life for people with intellectual disabilities. Georgetown University, Center for Child and Human Development - University Center for Excellence in Developmental Disabilities Determination & Findings DDS Nicole.Starwood@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
8/31/2012 9/10/2012 Mental Health Services/ Providing trauma focused therapy to children and/or families who are in the care of the District of Columbia, Child and Family Services Agency CFSA. JMD Counseling Determination & Findings CFSA aaron.holland2@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
8/31/2012 9/10/2012 The Public Safety & Justice Cluster’s agency, The Metropolitan Police Department, has a critical need to maintain the imaging and scanning of financial records which was initiated in FY 2009. These documents need to be stored and scanned or imaged in a technologically secure environment since it encompasses various critical activities pertaining to the Public Safety & Justice Cluster agencies. Document Managers (Digidocs), Inc Determination & Findings MPD Yolanda.Thompson@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
8/30/2012 9/9/2012 The Child and Family Services Agency has need of an IT provider to maintain and support it current IT structure. This will allow the Agency to be able to respond to the needs of children and families as well as our internal staff to effectively perform their jobs. Intelligent Decision, Inc Determination & Findings CFSA robert.stona@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
8/29/2012 9/8/2012 The District of Columbia, Child and Family Services Agency, Office of Planning, Policy, & Program Support has an immediate need for a Contractor to provide information management and research tools to transform CFSA Data into a longitudinal database, that can improve outcomes for the children and families this agency serves. Chapin Hall at the University of Chicago Determination & Findings CFSA shamika.place@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
8/29/2012 9/8/2012 Court Monitor: Provide CFSA with court ordered monitoring of the LaShawn A. v. Gray Implementation and Exit Plan. Center for the Study of Social Policy Determination & Findings CFSA Calvinl.mcfadden@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
8/28/2012 9/7/2012 The Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA) has a need to acquire the services of a contractor to provide Voice Line and Circuit Services. Verizon Business Determination & Findings CFSA shamika.place@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
8/25/2012 9/4/2012 Consultant Services / Provide assistance on several initiatives, which will increase, stabilize, and substantiate CFSA’s Title IV-E and Title XIX Foster Care and Adoption Assistance programs and assisting CFSA in processing claims for reimbursement for the associated costs associated with these services in accordance with requirements as specified under the District’s Medicaid and Medicare programs. Charlie Samuels, Jr. Determination & Findings CFSA Calvinl.mcfadden@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
8/24/2012 9/3/2012 Consultant Services/ Providing consultant services to Child and Family Services (CFSA) for performing a variety of functions related to the Grandparent Caregivers Program. Renee Lynch Determination & Findings CFSA aaron.holland2@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
8/24/2012 9/3/2012 Consultant Services/ Providing consultant services to Child and Family Services (CFSA) for performing a variety of functions related to the Grandparent Caregivers Program. Lindsay Hoffman Determination & Findings CFSA aaron.holland2@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
8/24/2012 9/3/2012 Consultant Services/ Providing consultant services to Child and Family Services (CFSA) for performing a variety of functions related to the Grandparent Caregivers Program. Valorie Gainer Determination & Findings CFSA aaron.holland2@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
8/23/2012 9/2/2012 The District of Columbia, Child and Family Services Agency, Office of Youth Empowerment has an immediate need for a Contractor to provide GLBT Youth Transitional Support Services. Transgender Health Empowerment, Inc. Determination & Findings CFSA shamika.place@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
8/22/2012 9/1/2012 Apprenticeship Program: An apprentice to assist CFSA in creating, improving and expanding services that benefit children and youth, promote economic development, improve education and address other local needs Public Allies Washington DC Determination & Findings CFSA Calvinl.mcfadden@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
8/20/2012 8/30/2012 The Government of the District of Columbia, Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA), has an immediate need for the services of Dr. Abyssinia Washington to provide trauma-focused mental health treatment to children recently removed from their biological home due to severe psychological trauma. Abyssinia Washington Determination & Findings CFSA shamika.place@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
8/20/2012 8/30/2012 The DC Commission on the Arts and Humanities (DCCAH) has a need for a full time qualified management firm to privately manage, market, staff and maintain the Lincoln Theatre. Until a new request for proposal can be completed and awarded. This firm should have a full working knowledge of the day to day operations of running the theatre in accordance with the U Street Foundation. Darlene Brown Determination & Findings DCCAH norman.townsel@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
8/17/2012 8/27/2012 The Department of Housing and Community Development(DCHD) has a need for Loan Servicing, Loan Collection and Foreclosure Services for its current and future amortized and deferred loans for the Home Purchase Assistance Program (HPAP), the Employer-Assisted Housing Program (EAHP), The Metropolitan Police Housing Assistance Program(MPHAP), the Single-Family Housing Homeownership Program (SFHRP), Deferred Amortizing and Wylie Courts Condominium Homeownership Program, the Multi-Family Rehabilitation Program(MFHRP) and the Economic Development Program(EDP). AmeriNational Loan Servicing Determination & Findings DCHD Simone.richardson@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
8/17/2012 8/27/2012 CFSA has a need to replace the current search engine utilized in FACES.NET. NameSearch is a search engine delivered through software to return search results when searching for clients, providers, staff, etc. and when creating new clients in FACES.NET web-application. Qas Ltd. Determination & Findings CFSA shamika.place@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
8/17/2012 8/27/2012 Mental Health Services/ Providing customized in-house counseling services to family who have active Child and Family Services cases that CFSA feels would become open cases if services were not rendered (community cases) cases using strength based, family system approach. Beyond Behaviors Determination & Findings CFSA aaron.holland2@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
8/17/2012 8/27/2012 Therapeutic Group Home : Delivery of therapeutic group home services to wards of the District of Columbia ages 13 to 21 that cannot be served by traditional group home and/or Independent Living programs. Starflight Enterprise, Inc. Determination & Findings CFSA Calvinl.mcfadden@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
8/17/2012 8/27/2012 Consultant Services: Provide CFSA with various services relating to investigation and prosecution of civil and criminal cases of child abuse. DC Children’s Advocacy Center/Safe Shore Determination & Findings CFSA Calvinl.mcfadden@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
8/14/2012 8/24/2012 Psychiatric Residential Treatment Services for children presenting issues that cannot be served by traditional group home or independent living programs. Provo Canyon School Determination & Findings CFSA shamika.place@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
8/14/2012 8/24/2012 Psychiatric Residential Treatment Services for children requiring intensive psychiatric residential services and presenting issues that cannot be served by traditional group home or independent living programs. National Deaf Academy Determination & Findings CFSA shamika.place@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
8/14/2012 8/24/2012 Psychiatric Residential Treatment Services for children requiring intensive psychiatric residential services and presenting issues that cannot be served by traditional group home or independent living programs. Harbor Point Behavioral Center, Inc. Determination & Findings CFSA shamika.place@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
8/13/2012 8/23/2012 The Department of the Environment has a need for 6 Series Multi-Parameter Sondes (600, 6820,6920,6600) with their compatible Senors and the EX02 Sonde. This requirement also includes all accessories to complete the water quality dataloggers systems. The Sondes must support long term monitoring and profiling including but not limited to spot sampling sensor guide. YSI Integrated Systems Determination & Findings DOE rhonda.meriwether@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
8/10/2012 8/20/2012 D. C. Department of Health, Community Health Administration, Bureaus of Cancer and Chronic Disease, Asthma Control Program referred to as, DC Control Asthma Now (DC CAN) has requested to establish a contract for the development of an Epidemiologic Surveillance Report. The DC CAN receives funding from the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) to conduct epidemiologic surveillance of local trends in asthma. The preparation and distribution of statistical reports provide an in depth description of the burden of asthma in the District is an important component of surveillance activities. These comprehensive reports utilize several data sets including Behavior Risk Factor Surveillance Survey, hospital discharge, emergency department, and mortality data. The reports provide clinicians, policy makers, community-based organizations, and government agencies with a clear idea of the burden of asthma in the District to effect policy changes, program development, and resource allocations to address the program objectives to reduce the incidence and prevalence of asthma among local residents. DOTS Consulting Determination & Findings DOH Renee.Graye2@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
8/7/2012 8/17/2012 The District of Columbia Government (District), Office of Contracting and Procurement (OCP) on behalf of the D. C. Department of Human Resources (DCHR) has a continuing need for a Contractor to provide a high quality, cost effective, and accessible dental insurance plan for both Union and Non-Union Employees of the District and their eligible dependents for an interim period until a new long term contract can be awarded. Approximately 15,000 employees will continue to receive a Dental Preferred Provider Organization (DPPO) or a Dental Health Maintenance Organization (DHMO) program plan. Connecticut General Life Insurance Company (CIGNA) Determination & Findings DCHR crystal.farmer-linder@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
8/7/2012 8/17/2012 The District Department of the Environment (DDOE) has a need to renew the service and maintenance plan on the NOy, Trace CO, and Trace S02 gas analyzers. The purpose of the gas analyzer system is to monitor the air that the citizens of the District breathe and to determine the level of pollutants as specified by law in 40 CFR Part 58. The results are then sent out electronically to EPA, MWCOG, the media, and DDOE’s web sites, so the public is informed about air quality in the District. American Ecotech Determination & Findings DDOE Robyn.johnson2@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
8/6/2012 8/16/2012 The Department of General Services, on behalf of the Department of Human Services, has a need for a contractor to provide construction services for a radio equipment room and relocation of E-911 service at Sibley Hospital Main Building located at 5255 Loughboro Road, NW, Washington, DC 20016. Twin Contracting Corporation Determination & Findings DGS diane.wooden@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
8/3/2012 8/13/2012 Department of Health (DOH) Community Health Administration (CHA) requests the current contractor, Children’s National Medical Center, Inc., to continue to provide the management and daily operations of the School Health Nurses Program . The program encompasses the management oversight of school nurses serving in approximately 173 public, public charters, and special need school sites in the District of Columbia. The overall goal of the Program is to improve the general health and wellbeing of the children enrolled in District of Columbia public and charter schools through health promotion education and supervised nursing services and follow-up. The period of performance is from October 1, 2012 through September 30, 2013, until a new contract can be competitively awarded. Children’s National Medical Center Determination & Findings DOH - CHA Rebecca.young@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
8/3/2012 8/13/2012 The Office of the Deputy Mayor for Planning and Economic Development (DMPED) seeks a contractor to provide expert appraisal witness testimony related to the Skyland Shopping Center SC&H Group LLC Determination & Findings EOM Lindel.reid@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
7/27/2012 8/6/2012 Health Insurance Exchange Compass Solutions, LLC Determination & Findings DCHF Simone.richardson@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
7/27/2012 8/6/2012 FEMS entered into a contract with Advanced Data Processing, Inc. (ADPI) on May 3, 2006, to provide ambulance billing and patient data collection services. This contract expired on May 2, 2011. Extension requests were approved. The existing contract will expire on July 31, 2012. The Department is mandated by Title29 DCMR $$525 to bill and collect fees from patients transported to hospitals by Department ambulances. The Department is unable to independently provide such services without using a contractor. Advanced Data Processing, Inc. Determination & Findings OCP gail.smith@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
7/27/2012 8/6/2012 Web-Based Database Hosting, Maintenance and Management of the Newborn Hearing and Metabolic Screening Programs OZ Systems Determination & Findings DOH Annier.white@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
7/26/2012 8/5/2012 The District Department of the Environment (DDOE) has a need to renew the service and maintenance plan on the NOy, Trace CO, and Trace S02 gas analyzers. The purpose of the gas analyzer system is to monitor the air that the citizens of the District breathe and to determine the level of pollutants as specified by law in 40 CFR Part 58. The results are then sent out electronically to EPA, MWCOG, the media, and DDOE’s web sites, so the public is informed about air quality in the District. American Ecotech Determination & Findings DDOE Robyn.johnson2@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
7/24/2012 8/3/2012 The Department of Health Care Finance is seeking Quality Improvement Organization (QIO) certified by Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services to provide and conduct utilization reviews and quality improvement activities for the District’s fee-for-Service Medicaid Program. DHCF requires a Sole Source Award for the period August 1, 2012 through September 30, 2012. The purpose of the sole source award is to ensure no break in services while the District completes award of a competitively sought procurement. Delmarva Foundation for Medical Care, Inc. Determination & Findings DHCF Lillian.beavers3@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
7/19/2012 7/29/2012 The Department of Human Services/Economic Security Administration (ESA) has a need for a web based employment verification system to provide immediate verification of employment for customers receiving public benefits. The system must allow instant web accessibility with up to day payroll information from both national and local employers. TALX Corporation Determination & Findings ESA Chris.yi@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
7/19/2012 7/29/2012 The Department on Disability Services (DDS), Developmental Disabilities Administration (DDA), requires the immediate services of a board certified psychiatrist with at least five years of experience providing community-based services to individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities. The contractor shall have experience working in the context of a class action and shall have credibility with and be acceptable to the plaintiffs, Court Monitor, Independent Compliance Administrator and other stakeholders in the more than 35-year old case of Evans v. Gray, which is nearing compliance and conclusion. The contractor shall provide clinical consultations, conduct psychiatric medication reviews, participate on DDA Restrictive Control Review Committee, and provide training and technical assistance as needed for up to three years or conclusion of Evans case whichever comes first. Dr. Ronald J. Koshes Determination & Findings DDS Byron.Hope@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
7/18/2012 7/28/2012 Group Life Insurance and Disability Plans Standard Insurance Company Determination & Findings Department of Human Resources Jeanne.mirabile@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
7/16/2012 7/26/2012 Software to monitor the performance of the street lights and parking meters in the District of Columbia. The software works off of servers that support the District FTP, XML and web-based requirements. Cycon Publishing, Inc. Determination & Findings DDOT Kirk.benson@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
7/16/2012 7/26/2012 The District Department of Transportation (DDOT) seeks to enter into a sole source agreement with the University of Maryland – Center for Transportation Technology for continued work on the Metropolitan Area Transportation Operations Coordination (MATOC) program University of Maryland Determination & Findings DDOT jerry.carter@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
7/13/2012 7/23/2012 The District of Columbia, Office of Contracting and Procurement on behalf of the District of Columbia Fire and Emergency Medical Services Department's (FEMS) Training Academy need for contractor to provide Forcible Entry Door Simulators. Firehouse Innovations Corp. Determination & Findings FEMS denise.burton@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
7/13/2012 7/23/2012 The Department of General Services (DGS), on behalf of the Department of Human Services (DHS), has a need for a Contractor to provide pre-construction and early construction activities for the North Capitol Commons Project to be located at 1005 North Capitol Street, N.E., Washington, DC 20001. Common Ground Communities, Inc. DBA Determination & Findings DGS diane.wooden@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
7/11/2012 7/21/2012 Community Based Child Welfare Services/ Healthy Families/Thriving Communities Collaborative Council Determination & Findings CFSA yorjai.chandy2@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
7/11/2012 7/21/2012 Community Based Child Welfare Services/ Georgia Avenue/Rock Creek East Family Support Collaborative Determination & Findings CFSA yorjai.chandy2@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
7/11/2012 7/21/2012 Community Based Child Welfare Services/ Far Southeast Family Strengthening Collaborative, Inc. Determination & Findings CFSA yorjai.chandy2@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
7/11/2012 7/21/2012 Community Based Child Welfare Services/ Edgewood/Brookland Family Support Collaborative Determination & Findings CFSA yorjai.chandy2@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
7/11/2012 7/21/2012 Community Based Child Welfare Services/ East River Family Strengthening Collaborative Determination & Findings CFSA yorjai.chandy2@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
7/11/2012 7/21/2012 Community Based Child Welfare Services Columbia Heights/Shaw Family Support Collaborative Determination & Findings CFSA yorjai.chandy2@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
7/9/2012 7/19/2012 The District Department of Environment has a critical need to maintain an ambient air quality to meet the federal Clean Air Act mandates through the use of the software/system designed and supported by Agilaire. Agilaire Determination & Findings DDOE Yolanda Thompson nias.info@dc.gov
7/9/2012 7/19/2012 The District Department of the Environment (DDOE) has a need for water quality dataloggers; to provide real time monitoring information and mechanisms for reporting to the public. The dataloggers will monitor water quality in the Potomac River via web monitoring. Dataloggers are instruments that are used to collect water quality data. The dataloggers monitor water quality for the pH, DO (dissolved oxygen), temperature turbidity, depth and chlorophyll. The data results of the water quality of the District’s rivers and streams will be provided through a web link for public to view. YSI Integrated Systems Determination & Findings DDOE Robyn.johnson2@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
7/9/2012 7/19/2012 The District Department of the Environment (DDOE) has a need to renew the annual service and maintenance plan on a TurboMatrix 350 ground level ozone precursor pollutant analyzer, TotalChrom data acquisition and data processing workstation, and Clams 500 automated gas chromatography (GC) equipment. The purpose of the analyzer system is to monitor the air that the citizens of the District breathe and to determine smog (air pollution) levels, so that the public can be informed about air quality in the District. Perkin Elmer LAS, Inc Determination & Findings DDOE Robyn.johnson2@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
6/29/2012 7/9/2012 Psychiatric Residential Treatment Facility Services Intercept Youth Services Determination & Findings CFSA cheryl.anderson@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
6/26/2012 7/6/2012 The Department of Employment Services (DOES) has an immediate need for HCL to provide CORE maintenance and support to the Workers Compensation Automated Document Management System HCL Determination & Findings DOES stephanie.senior@dc.gov
6/20/2012 6/30/2012 The Department of Corrections of the District of Columbia (DOC) has an immediate need for full continuum health care service to provide comprehensive medical and mental health services to an estimated population of 3,000 inmates housed in the Central Detention Facility (CDF), 1901 D Street, SE, the Correctional Treatment Facility (CTF), 1901 E Street, SE, and four (4) Community Correctional Centers under the Community-Oriented Correctional Health Care (COCHC) model. Unity Health Care, Inc. Determination & Findings DOC grace.alao@dc.gov
6/13/2012 6/23/2012 The Office of the Chief Technology Officer (OCTO) has a minimum need for 24x7 maintenance and man-based telephony support services for the District’s DC-NET network. Science Applications International Corporation (SAIC) Determination & Findings OCTO crystal.mckay@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
6/11/2012 6/21/2012 The Government of the District of Columbia Department of Health, thru the Community Health Administration (CHA) and the HIV/AIDS, Hepatitis, STD, TB Administration (HAHSTA) seek a contractor to serve as the pharmacy benefits manager (PBM) to provide and administer a point of sale (POS) pharmacy system to support all pharmacy benefit services for eligible District Aids Drug Assistance Program (ADAP) beneficiaries and provide pharmacy support services for the agencies. Affiliated Computer Services (ACS)- Xerox Corporation Determination & Findings DOH Nicolef.matthews@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
6/11/2012 6/21/2012 The Government of the District of Columbia Department of Health, thru the Community Health Administration (CHA) and the HIV/AIDS, Hepatitis, STD, TB Administration (HAHSTA) seek a contractor to serve as the pharmacy benefits manager (PBM) to provide and administer a point of sale (POS) pharmacy system to support all pharmacy benefit services for eligible District Aids Drug Assistance Program (ADAP) beneficiaries and provide pharmacy support services for the agencies. Xerox State Healthcare, LLC Determination & Findings DOH Nicolef.matthews@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
6/11/2012 6/21/2012 The Government of the District of Columbia Department of Health, HIV/AIDS, Hepatitis, STD, TB Administration (HAHSTA) seeks a contractor to provide T-Spot.TB reagent kits. T-Spot is the only FDA approved TB test on the market that utilizes the ELiSPOT technology, which offers key advantages in test performance and simplicity Oxford Diagnostic Laboratories Determination & Findings DOH Nicolef.matthews@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
6/8/2012 6/18/2012 Purchase of Used School Buses Henshaw Properties, LLC Determination & Findings OSSE Gena.johnson@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
6/7/2012 6/17/2012 The District of Columbia Department of Health (DC DOH), Health Emergency Preparedness and Response Administration (HEPRA), Division of Epidemiology-Disease Surveillance and Investigation (DE-DSI) requires a contractor to develop Public Health Case Reporting (PHCR) between jurisdictions utilizing the National Electronic Disease Surveillance (NEDSS) Based System (NBS), as developed by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). SAIC Determination & Findings DOH Chris.yi@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
6/7/2012 6/17/2012 Harbor Patrol Vessel Workskiff, Inc. Determination & Findings MPD Lucille2.Vest@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
6/5/2012 6/15/2012 The Government of the District of Columbia, Department of Employment Services (DOES) has a need for a Contractor to make the ICIS Application fully operational and place it in a production environment; train OWC staff to use the ICIS Application in the production system; provide onsite maintenance and support to the production ICIS Application. HCL America, Inc. Determination & Findings DOES Sanaz.Etminan2@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
5/30/2012 6/9/2012 The Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) has a continuing need to provide secondary collection services to ensure that District residents and visitors have an effective efficient way to pay traffic violations. These services are highly visible to the public. Industrial Bank, NA Determination & Findings DMV Carla.Roane@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
5/25/2012 6/4/2012 Trash Receptacles- The Department of Public Works, SWMA has a need to purchase Black Plastic 36 Gallon Liners, PL-36 for Trash Receptacles. Victor Stanley Inc. Determination & Findings DPW joann.garnett@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
5/24/2012 6/3/2012 WIC Nutrition Services: Department of Health seeks a contractor to provide nutrition services to clients of the Special Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants and Children (WIC) Children’s Hospital National Medical Center Determination & Findings DOH jeffrey.tisdale@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
5/23/2012 6/2/2012 Maintenance and Repair Services for Vermeer Chippers and Stump Grinders Vermeer Mid Atlantic Inc Determination & Findings DDOT wanda.brevard@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
5/22/2012 6/1/2012 The Office of the Chief Technology Officer has a critical need to continue pager services and provide equipment for the District’s emergency responders. The service will allow the District to maintain an emergency response posture to incidents and conditions for the protection of public health and safety. Pager service has proven to be dependable, reliable and will function even when cell phone frequency is jammed or overloaded with calls. USA Mobility Wireless, Inc Determination & Findings OCTO crystal.mckay@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
5/16/2012 5/26/2012 TANF Redesign Consultant Services Sooraji Balgobin Determination & Findings DHS jeffrey.tisdale@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
5/15/2012 5/25/2012 The District of Columbia Office of Contracting and Procurement (OCP), on behalf of the Office of the Higher Education and Financial Services & Preparatory Programs (HEF & P2), in the Office of the State Superintendent (OSSE), seeks a qualified contractor to provide access to a database with comprehensive postsecondary school enrollment, in order to measure the postsecondary achievements of current and former District of Columbia students. National Student Clearinghouse Determination & Findings OSSE Anthony.berry@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
5/11/2012 5/21/2012 The District of Columbia, Office of Contracting and Procurement on behalf of The Department of Human Services has a need for contractor to implement a high-quality leadership program for approximately 25 youth that focuses on community activism and the history of Washington, DC. This program will be offered to students participating in the Summer Youth Employment Program (SYEP) for a six week period. The Humanities Council of Washington, DC Determination & Findings DHS denise.burton@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
5/8/2012 5/18/2012 Maintenance and Repair Services for Vermeer Chippers and Stump Grinders Vermeer Mid Atlantic Inc Determination & Findings DDOT wanda.brevard@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
5/4/2012 5/14/2012 The Government of the District of Columbia, Office on Aging (OoA) has an immediate need for the current qualified food service contractor(s) to continue to provide preparation and delivery of a portion of all daily nutritious meals consisting of hot and cold foods, condiments and general supplies, for eligible participants at congregate nutritional sites and homebound elderly program participants that resides near congregate sites. Each contractor shall continue providing meal delivery services to assigned groups of District Wards in the District of Columbia. The elderly meals food service program shall be required to extend the food services for three (3) months. Holder Determination & Findings OA Rebecca.young@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
5/4/2012 5/14/2012 The Government of the District of Columbia, Office on Aging (OoA) has an immediate need for the current qualified food service contractor(s) to continue to provide preparation and delivery of a portion of all daily nutritious meals consisting of hot and cold foods, condiments and general supplies, for eligible participants at congregate nutritional sites and homebound elderly program participants that resides near congregate sites. Each contractor shall continue providing meal delivery services to assigned groups of District Wards in the District of Columbia. The elderly meals food service program shall be required to extend the food services for three (3) months. GFS Determination & Findings OA Rebecca.young@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
5/4/2012 5/14/2012 The Government of the District of Columbia, Office on Aging (OoA) has an immediate need for the current qualified food service contractor(s) to continue to provide preparation and delivery of a portion of all daily nutritious meals consisting of hot and cold foods, condiments and general supplies, for eligible participants at congregate nutritional sites and homebound elderly program participants that resides near congregate sites. Each contractor shall continue providing meal delivery services to assigned groups of District Wards in the District of Columbia. The elderly meals food service program shall be required to extend the food services for three (3) months. Catholic Charities Determination & Findings OA Rebecca.young@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
5/4/2012 5/14/2012 The Government of the District of Columbia, Office on Aging (OoA) has an immediate need for the current qualified food service contractor(s) to continue to provide preparation and delivery of a portion of all daily nutritious meals consisting of hot and cold foods, condiments and general supplies, for eligible participants at congregate nutritional sites and homebound elderly program participants that resides near congregate sites. Each contractor shall continue providing meal delivery services to assigned groups of District Wards in the District of Columbia. The elderly meals food service program shall be required to extend the food services for three (3) months. Dutch Mill Catering Determination & Findings OA Rebecca.young@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
5/4/2012 5/14/2012 The Government of the District of Columbia, Office on Aging (OoA) has an immediate need for the current qualified food service contractor(s) to continue to provide preparation and delivery of a portion of all daily nutritious meals consisting of hot and cold foods, condiments and general supplies, for eligible participants at congregate nutritional sites and homebound elderly program participants that resides near congregate sites. Each contractor shall continue providing meal delivery services to assigned groups of District Wards in the District of Columbia. The elderly meals food service program shall be required to extend the food services for three (3) months. Top Spanish Cafe Determination & Findings OA Rebecca.young@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
5/2/2012 5/12/2012 The District of Columbia Department of Human Resources has a need to modify the existing contract with Deloitte in order to complete the development of a new compensation system for approximately 16,000 union and nonunion employees under the direct personnel authority or control of the Mayor of the District of Columbia. Deloitte Consulting Determination & Findings DCHR deborah.white@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
5/2/2012 5/12/2012 The District of Columbia Department of Human Resources has a need to modify the existing contract with Deloitte in order to complete the development of a new compensation system for approximately 16,000 union and nonunion employees under the direct personnel authority or control of the Mayor of the District of Columbia. Deloitte Consulting Determination & Findings DCHR deborah.white@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
5/2/2012 5/12/2012 The District of Columbia Department of Human Resources has a need to modify the existing contract with Deloitte in order to complete the development of a new compensation system for approximately 16,000 union and nonunion employees under the direct personnel authority or control of the Mayor of the District of Columbia Deloitte Consulting Determination & Findings DCHR deborah.white@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
5/2/2012 5/12/2012 The District of Columbia Department of Human Resources has a need to modify the existing contract with Deloitte in order to complete the development of a new compensation system for approximately 16,000 union and nonunion employees under the direct personnel authority or control of the Mayor of the District of Columbia. Deloitte Consulting Determination & Findings DCHR deborah.white@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
4/30/2012 5/10/2012 DDOT is requiring, by law that building owners, both commercial and residential provide indoor bike parking. Washington Area Bicyclist Association Determination & Findings DDOT Kirk.Benson@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
4/25/2012 5/5/2012 DCEB-2012-C-0005 The Government of the District of Columbia, Office of the Deputy Mayor for Planning and Economic Development has a minimum need for a contractor to provide economic development support services in China. MBC Shanghai Co. Ltd. Determination & Findings DMPED Lindel.reid@dc.gov nias.info@dc.gov
4/25/2012 5/5/2012 Department of Corrections inmate food service for 6 months Aramark Correctional Services Determination & Findings DOC rebecca.young@dc.gov NIAS.info@dc.gov
4/25/2012 5/5/2012 Third Liability Recovery Health Management Systems Determination & Findings DHCF jacquelyn.alpert@dc.gov
4/25/2012 5/5/2012 Quality Review Organization Delmarva Foundation Determination & Findings DHCF jacquelyn.alpert@dc.gov
4/24/2012 5/4/2012 WIC Nutrition Services Mary’s Center for Maternal and Child Care, Inc. Determination & Findings DOH Jeanne.Mirabile@dc.gov
4/13/2012 4/23/2012 The Department of Health (DOH) is seeking the continued services of a contractor to provide nurses and healthcare professionals to provide medical services to District residents and eligible persons under DOH’s care. Services include medical screenings, full compliment of diagnostic and assessment services and treatment for minor and acute illness and injuries, as well as emergency and chronic care. Magnificus Corporation Determination & Findings DMH jeanne.mirabile@dc.gov
4/13/2012 4/23/2012 DCEB-2012-C-The Government of the District of Columbia, Office of the Deputy Mayor for Planning and Economic Development has a minimum need for a contractor to provide management services for the Request for Proposals (RFP) and concomitant process for the Saint Elizabeths East Redevelopment Robert Charles Lesser & Company (RCLCO) Determination & Findings DMPED Lindel.reid@dc.gov
4/11/2012 4/21/2012
4/11/2012 4/21/2012 The Department of Health Care Finance has a Continuing need for a broker to manage and administer the District's non-emergency transportation (NET) services program for the District's Medicaid Eligible fee-for-service (FSS) Recipients. The Broker's requirements shall include developing and maintaining a network of transportation providers, receiving and scheduling recipient transportation services, and monitoring of the delivery of transportation services. Medical Transportation Management Determination & Findings DHCF jacquelyn.alpert@dc.gov
4/9/2012 4/19/2012 The Department of General Services, on behalf of the Metropolitan Police Department (MPD), Evidence Control Unit, has a need for a contractor to furnish and install high resolution fingerprint imaging equipment and software that works in conjunction with it’s Gellifter fingerprinting media. BVDA North America, LLC Determination & Findings DGS kim.gray@dc.gov
4/4/2012 4/14/2012 NULThe Department of Employment Services (DOES) has an immediate need for Syntellect, Inc. to install a Spanish voice response system to augment the Syntellect Voice Platform currently running under DOES.L Syntellect, Inc. Determination & Findings DOES stephanie.senior@dc.gov
4/2/2012 4/12/2012 Consumer account reconciliation services for 2011 for approx. 522 Evans class members to complete audit by July 2012 in order for DDS to comply with 2001 Exit Plan. Contractor must be intimately familiar and knowledgeable about the DDS/DDA residential providers and the requirements for safeguarding personal possessions, must be able to complete work and provide final report for the Evans class members by July 2, 2012. Bert W. Smith, Jr. & Co., Determination & Findings DDS Nicole.Starwood@dc.gov
3/30/2012 4/9/2012 The District of Columbia, Office of Contracting and Procurement on behalf of The Department of Employment Services has a need for a pre-apprenticeship training program in iron for fifteen (15) District Residents Joint Apprentice Training Committee of Iron Workers Local #5 Iron Determination & Findings DOES denise.burton@dc.gov
3/29/2012 4/8/2012 The Office of Health Care Finance (OCHF) has an immediate need to continue with its existing supplier to store medical records and x-ray films until they are able to start transitioning to have the records moved to the Document Center where DC official records are maintained. Recall Total Information Management Determination & Findings DOH Uranus.anderson@dc.gov
3/19/2012 3/29/2012 The Department of General Services, has a need for maintenance of existing vehicle exhaust systems and installation of new vehicle exhaust systems in thirty-one (31) District fire stations. On Target Challenge Determination & Findings DGS diane.wooden@dc.gov
3/19/2012 3/29/2012 The District of Columbia Metropolitan Police Department is seeking an independent contractor to provide a GeneMapper ID-X Software Data Interpretation Software used in conjunction with the 3500 Genetic Analyzer Life Technologies Corporation Determination & Findings MPD cheryl.mitchel@dc.gov
3/15/2012 3/25/2012 The Department of Health (DOH), Health Regulation and Licensing Administration (HRLA) has a continuing need to maintain the operation of the District’s Animal Care and Control Facility located at 1201 New York Avenue, NE, Washington, DC, without interruption, while the District re-examines the acquisition strategy for the required animal care and control services. The Contractor shall continue to provide comprehensive animal control and animal disease prevention services to protect the public health and safety of the residents and visitors of the District. The Washington Humane Society Determination & Findings DOH Shafiq.Choudhary@dc.gov
3/15/2012 3/25/2012 Education Services for Male Youth See Forever Foundation Determination & Findings DYRS jeffrey.tisdale@dc.gov
3/13/2012 3/23/2012 The Office of the Deputy Mayor for Planning and Economic Development (DMPED) seeks a contractor to provide a transparent online government service rating, analysis, and evaluation interface. New Brand Analytics Determination & Findings DMPED Lindel.reid@dc.gov
3/12/2012 3/22/2012 The Department of Health Care Finance is seeking Quality Improvement Organization (QIO) certified by Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services to provide and conduct utilization reviews and quality improvement activities for the District’s fee-for-Service Medicaid Program. Delmarva was awarded a Sole Source Award for the period October 1, 2011 through November 1, 2011 with two (2) two month option periods. DHCF exercised the option periods, extending the term of the contract for the period of four months, December 1, 2011 through March 31, 2012. The purpose of the sole source award was to ensure no break in services while the District competitively sought a follow on procurement. Additional time is needed for the competitive process to be finalized, as well as for the necessary transition period. As such, DHCF requires an additional extension for the period April, 1, 2012 to May 31, 2012. Delmarva Foundation for Medical Care, Inc. Determination & Findings DHCF Lillian.beavers3@dc.gov
3/12/2012 3/22/2012 One-on-One Mental Health Services Crawford Consulting and Mental Health Services Determination & Findings CFSA patricia.lewis-miller@dc.gov
3/9/2012 3/19/2012 Mental Health Services for Intensive In-House Family Preservation/Reunification Beyond Behaviors Determination & Findings CFSA patricia.lewis-miller@dc.gov
3/5/2012 3/15/2012 D. C. Department of Human Services has a request to establish a vehicle to pay Travelers Aid for short-term casework and travel expenses to enable indigent individuals and families who would otherwise be seeking services from the Income Maintenance Administration or District-funded services for the homeless to return to their home communities. These services are offered on a limited, case-by-case basis. The services may also be used to provide transportation to permit a TANF recipient to travel to another city to take up permanent employment, or to assist a TANF recipient in travel required by a domestic violence situation, in specific situations related to TANF rules. Travelers Aid Washington D.C. Determination & Findings DHS Uranus.anderson@dc.gov
2/27/2012 3/8/2012 Service, Repairs and Supplies for Emergency Operations Vermeer Determination & Findings DDOT barbara2.brown@dc.gov
2/24/2012 3/5/2012 Medical Records Storage Iron Mountain Determination & Findings DHCF jacquelyn.alpert@dc.gov
2/24/2012 3/5/2012 Medical Records Storage Recall Total Information Management Determination & Findings DHCF jacquelyn.alpert@dc.gov
2/24/2012 3/5/2012 The Office of Contracting and Procurement (OCP) on behalf of OSSE has a need to secure services from a partner that can assist in the development of a DC STEM (Science Technology Engineering and Math) Learning Network and coordinating council made up of representatives from the State, Local Education Associations, and higher education and industry partners. This partner must be able to engage in an innovative design collaboration for developing STEM programs, map current programs, provide professional development opportunities, and partnerships prior to developing a vertically-aligned pathway for students pursuing STEM educational opportunities so that the State can better understand where the gaps exist and how to fill them. The project shall be complete no later than May 30, 2012. Battelle Institute Determination & Findings OSSE Anthony.berry@dc.gov
2/23/2012 3/4/2012 The District of Columbia Department of Fire and Emergency Medical Services has a need to procure for Xtreme Trainer’s package intelligent training system Xtreme Base Unit Bullex, Inc. Determination & Findings FEMS Helen.tilahun@dc.gov
2/22/2012 3/3/2012 The District Department of the Environment (DDOE) has an immediate need for a contractor to provide a vehicle emissions inspection program and compliance monitoring study with road-side Remote Sensing Devices (RSD) to measure in use vehicle tailpipe air pollution emissions of at least 10,000 valid District registered vehicles to satisfy the annual data requirement. Envirotest/ Environmental Systems Products Determination & Findings DDOE Robyn.johhnson2@dc.gov
2/21/2012 3/2/2012 The D.C. Department of Corrections (DOC) seeks a contractor to provide all DOC Officers and non-uniformed staff American Red Cross Certifications American Red Cross Determination & Findings DOC eric.gordon@dc.gov
2/15/2012 2/25/2012 Organizational Infrastructure Improvement Project Sivic Solutions Group, LLC Determination & Findings CFSA Calvinl.mcfadden@dc.gov
2/14/2012 2/24/2012 The D.C. Department of Consumer and Regulatory Affairs, Office of Computer Testing Coordinator has a request to retain LaserGrade/PSI as the Sole Source Provider for the National Cosmetology Examinations for the District of Columbia National examinations. The mission of NIC is to promote the protection of the health, safety, and welfare of the public and the professional workforce by actively pursuing excellence in cosmetology and related fields. To accomplish this, NIC offers a standardized, valid, and legally defensible National Examination Program based on the highest standards and requirements for entrance into the profession of cosmetology and related fields. LaserGrade/PSI Determination & Findings DCRA uranus.anderson@dc.gov
2/13/2012 2/23/2012 The Office of Apprenticeship Information and Training has established an agreement to partner with the Washington DC Joint Electrical Apprenticeship Program provide pre-apprenticeship training for 25 District residents. This training is a preparatory training initiative that will help qualify DC residents for the union's registered apprenticeship program in the electrician trade. Electricians Union Local No 26 Determination & Findings DOES Simone.richardson@dc.gov
2/10/2012 2/20/2012 The Government of the District of Columbia, Department of Corrections (DOC) has an immediate need to extend the period of performance for the current food service contract DCFL-2006-D-0011. DOC needs the current contractor to provide daily well-balanced nutritious meals to an average population of 3,100 inmates (ranging from 2,800 to 3,300) housed at the Central Detention Facility (CDF) and the Correctional Treatment Facility (CTF). ARAMARK Correctional Services, LLC Determination & Findings DOC Rebecca.young@dc.gov
2/8/2012 2/18/2012 The District of Columbia Metropolitan Police Department has a need for an AreaRae Air Monitoring system that will be establish with the District of Columbia Fire and Emergency Medical Services (FEMS) Department and improve the ability of Hazardous Materials Technicians to perform law enforcement functions during hazardous materials or WMD incidents. Rae Systems Determination & Findings MPD Helen.tilahun@dc.gov
2/7/2012 2/17/2012 The District of Columbia, Office of Contracting and Procurement on behalf of The Department of Employment Services has a need for a pre-apprenticeship training program in plumbing for fifteen (15) District residents. Plumber’s Local Union No. 5 Determination & Findings DOES nias.info@dc.gov
2/6/2012 2/16/2012 Therapeutic Group Home National Center of Institutions and Alternative, Inc. Determination & Findings CFSA nias.info@dc.gov
2/2/2012 2/12/2012 The Office of the Chief Technology Officer (OCTO) has an immediate need for Paradyme Management Inc., to continue to provide support for application integration infrastructure. Paradyme Management Inc., Determination & Findings OCTO Sanaz.Etminan2@dc.gov
1/31/2012 2/10/2012 The District of Columbia Department of Human Services need to procure for repair of office date stamp machines, folder sealers, bursters, and shredders with a vendor who is certified to service the machines. Whitaker Brothers is the distributor of the products and the certified vendor to services these machines. Whitaker Brothers Business Machines, Inc. Determination & Findings DHS Helen.tilahun@dc.gov
1/31/2012 2/10/2012 I2 Segway Personal Transporter Segway Inc Determination & Findings DPW michael.spriggs@dc.gov
1/27/2012 2/6/2012 Surveillance Cameras – The Department of Public Works requires additional CCTV surveillance cameras inside the Administration Offices and at the gates at the DPW facility located at 1403 W Street, NE. ICI Systems, Inc. Determination & Findings DPW Gena.Johnson@dc.gov
1/27/2012 2/6/2012 The District of Columbia Board of Elections and Ethics need to procure customized election supplies including secure tamper evident, keyless security seals, tape and labels, high security locks, customized ballot bags, “I Voted” stickers, election badges for board of election machines. Intab Determination & Findings BOEE Helen.tilahun@dc.gov
1/26/2012 2/5/2012 The District of Columbia, Office of Contracting and Procurement on behalf of The Department of Employment Services has a need for pre-apprenticeship training in sheet metal for 45 District residents. Sheet Metal Workers' Local Union No. 100 Determination & Findings DOES denise.burton@dc.gov
1/26/2012 2/5/2012 The District of Columbia Fire and Emergency Services has a need to standardize the purchase of its protective gear coated in Polybenzimidazole, also known as PBI gear Globe Manufacturing Company, LLC. Determination & Findings FEMS Helen.tilahun@dc.gov
1/20/2012 1/30/2012 The Department of Human Resources has a continuing need for a licensed insurance carrier to underwrite and administer the following insurance plans:Plan 1 – Group term life, accidental death and dismemberment (AD&D); and conversion life insurance which shall include portable term life insurance; Plan 2 – Short term disability (STD) insurance; and Plan 3 – Long term disability (LTD) insurance. Standard Insurance Company Determination & Findings DCHR jeanne.mirabile@dc.gov
1/9/2012 1/19/2012 The Department of Human Services, Strong Family Program Division intends to procurement from American Signature Furniture, Inc. dba Value City American Signature Furniture Determination & Findings DHS John.dean2@dc.gov
1/9/2012 1/19/2012 The Department of Consumer and Regulatory Affairs (DCRA) is seeking a contractor to provide the District of Columbia Funeral Directors Practical Examinations. VA Dept of Health- Anatom Prog Determination & Findings DCRA John.dean2@dc.gov
1/9/2012 1/19/2012 The Department of Health Care Finance requires a contractor to continue in the provision of consulting and technical assistance services to conduct planning tasks related to the development of the District’s Health Insurance Exchange. This sole source is to complete requirements under an established grant set to expire in February. Mercer Human Resources Consulting Determination & Findings DCHF Drakus.Wiggens@dc.gov
1/4/2012 1/14/2012 The District Department of the Environment (DDOE) is seeking a contractor who is a subject matter expert, and has a history of proven experience and outstanding expertise in International Building Codes and the National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP) capability, floodplain management and hazard mitigation. RCQuinn Consulting, Inc Determination & Findings DDOE Robyn.johhnson2@dc.gov
1/4/2012 1/14/2012 Vehicle Rental Reservation System Mobility, Inc. Determination & Findings DPW gena.johnson@dc.gov
12/22/2011 1/1/2012 Needles for EZ-IO Intraosseous Infusion System Vidacare Determination & Findings FEMS John.dean2@dc.gov
12/20/2011 12/30/2011 Fire and Emergency Medical Services has a requirement to replace the Scantron Scanner Hardware and Maintenance, Software, Support Services and Training. iNSIGHT 20 Imaging, Upgrade to onsite Service, Onsite installation, Dust Cover, Consumable Kit, Remark Classic OMR 4.0 Software, Scantron Inc. Determination & Findings FEMS Priscilla.mack@dc.gov
12/16/2011 12/26/2011 The District of Columbia, Fire and Emergency Medical Services needs a vendor to furnish the following: 1) 15mm 15G Intraosseous Neddle Set with Wrist Bands and EZ Connects (5 per box) - Part Number 9018-VC-005 Quantity 20Boxes, 2) 25mm 15G Intraosseous Needle Set with Wrist Bands and EZ Connects – Part Number 9001-VC-005 - Quantity - 40Boxes . 3) 45mm 15G Intraosseous Needle Set with Wrist Bands and EZ Connect (5 per box) – Part Number 9079-VC-0005 – Quantity 30Boxes Vidacare Determination & Findings FEMS John.dean2@dc.gov
12/15/2011 12/25/2011 The Department of Human Services, Strong Family Program Division intends to procurement from American Signature Furniture, Inc. dba Value City Furniture gift cards to assist Strong Families Program Division clients who are in desperate need of beds and furniture. Gift cards will be purchased in the increment of $50.00, $100.00 and $500.00. American Signature Furniture Determination & Findings John.dean2@dc.gov
12/15/2011 12/25/2011 The Office of the State Superintendent of Education-Division of Transportation (OSSE-DOT) has a Contractor to provide 10 Para-transit vehicles for student transportation. These vehicles must be available for immediate purchase and delivery. Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority (WMATA) Determination & Findings OSSE Alvinn.stith@dc.gov
12/15/2011 12/25/2011 The Department on Disability Services (“DDS”) has a need to continue to provide Skilled Nursing Services for DB, during FY12 pursuant to a Court Order issued December 14, 2005. KBC Nursing Agency, Inc. Determination & Findings DDS Janice.Watson@dc.gov
12/12/2011 12/22/2011 The Office of Police Complaints (OPC) has an ongoing requirement for the support and maintenance for its complaint management database, IAPro. IAPro is complaint management software that allows the agency to collect data, organize documents, photographs, and other electronic files, track and plan investigations and analyze information and prepare reports regarding its complaints and investigations. The uninterrupted day-to-day operation of IAPro is critical to the operation of the agency, and having a vendor that is familiar with the software and its maintenance and can respond to emergencies when they arise, is critical to the agency being able to carry out its work Metro Data Networks Determination & Findings OPC Priscilla.mack@dc.gov
12/9/2011 12/19/2011 Unemployment insurance and Information Technology consulting services National Association of State Workforce Agencies Determination & Findings DOES derrick.white@dc.gov
12/9/2011 12/19/2011 The Government of the District of Columbia, Department of Corrections (DOC) has an immediate need to extend the period of performance for the current food service contract DCFL-2006-D-0011. DOC needs the current contractor to provide daily well-balanced nutritious meals to an average population of 3,100 inmates (ranging from 2,800 to 3,300) housed at the Central Detention Facility (CDF) and the Correctional Treatment Facility (CFT). The inmate food service will be required for two (2) month beyond the current expiration date of the current contract, January 1, 2012 through February 28, 2012, or until a new contract can be competitively awarded. ARAMARK Correctional Services, LLC Determination & Findings DOC Rebecca.young@dc.gov
12/9/2011 12/19/2011 DC Homeland Security and Emergency Management Agency (HSEMA) Mitigation Program supports numerous agency community education and outreach activities in an effort to promote all-hazard awareness, preparedness and prevention measures. Given increased community demand for emergency management information, HSEMA has an immediate need to reprint publications for community distribution. The most immediate need for the publications will be to support ongoing community education efforts and the conduct of specialized stakeholder forums involving District agencies and the private sector. Health & Safety Info Corporation DBA/ FedHealth Determination & Findings HSEMA Rebecca.young@dc.gov
12/9/2011 12/19/2011 The Government of the District of Columbia, DC Department of Housing and Community Development (DHCD) is seeking a contractor to provide inventory services. DHCD’s mission is to create and preserve opportunities for affordable housing and economic development and to revitalize underserved communities in the District of Columbia. DHCD has a need for inventory services in order to support the implementation of agency program needs. Bar Trax: Solutions Determination & Findings DHCD Vanessa.hardy@dc.gov
11/29/2011 12/9/2011 The Government of the District of Columbia, Office of Contracting and Procurement, on behalf of the Department of Public Works (DPW), is seeking a Contractor to furnish a vehicle inspection system to provide electronic pre-and post inspection and Global Positioning System (GPS) tracking for the District’s automotive fleet. Zonar Systems, Inc. Determination & Findings DPW Chris.yi@dc.gov
11/28/2011 12/8/2011 The District of Columbia, Metropolitan Police Department (MPD) requires a contractor to provide support and maintenance services for the existing Automated Traffic Safety Enforcement (ATSE) System. American Traffic Solution, Inc. Determination & Findings MPD Chris.yi@dc.gov
11/28/2011 12/8/2011 The District of Columbia Office of Contracting and Procurement (District) on behalf of the Chief Technology Officer (OCTO) has a need for a contractor to provide renewal of software maintenance for the suite of Compuware products for current license configuration.The period of performance shall not exceed September 30, 2012. Compuware Corporation Determination & Findings OCTO Antwanette.murphy@dc.gov
11/23/2011 12/3/2011 Citizen Summit America Speaks Determination & Findings EOM Courtney.Lattimore@dc.gov
11/22/2011 12/2/2011 Expert Witness/Consulting Services Scientia Veritas, LLP Determination & Findings DDOE jeffrey.tisdale@dc.gov
11/21/2011 12/1/2011 The District of Columbia, on behalf of the Department of Motor Vehicles has a need to continue services awarded under the Ticket Processing contract. These services are highly visible to the public. Ticket processing is a required government service. Without it, District residents could not clear their records to renew their driver’s licenses or vehicle registrations. ACS State and Local Solutions Determination & Findings DMV crystal.mckay@dc.gov
11/17/2011 11/27/2011 The Government of the District of Columbia, Office on Aging (OoA) has an immediate need for the current qualified food service contractor, Catholic Charities Enterprises, to continue to provide preparation and delivery of a portion of all daily nutritious meals consisting of hot and cold foods, condiments and general supplies, for eligible homebound elderly clients that resides near congregate sites. Catholic Charities Enterprises Determination & Findings OOA Rebecca.young@dc.gov
11/16/2011 11/26/2011 The District of Columbia Office of Contracting and Procurement (District) on behalf of the Office of Unified Communications (OUC) is seeking a contractor to provide migration services of some of the existing I/CAD System interfaces to the new Intergraph Interoperability Framework / BizTalk solution.The period of performance shall not exceed September 30, 2012. Intergraph Corporation Determination & Findings OUC Antwanette.murphy@dc.gov
11/15/2011 11/25/2011 Supplemental Parking for YSC at Ivy City Apts The Pentacle Group Limited – Ivy City Apartments Determination & Findings DYRS Simone.Richardson@dc.gov
11/14/2011 11/24/2011 MPD currently requires jet aviation fuel for the two American Eurocopters South Capitol Street Heliport Determination & Findings MPD joann.garnett@dc.gov
11/10/2011 11/20/2011 Equipment Maintenance and PARtys Northshore Manufacting Determination & Findings DPW Barbara2.brown@dc.gov
11/8/2011 11/18/2011 The District Department of the Environment (DDOE) seeks to renew their membership with the Clean Energy States Alliance (CESA), a not for profit corporation. The Clean Energy States Alliance was created to expand funding opportunities to increase the use of renewable energy technologies, to reduce environmental pollution, to promote regional information sharing, and to support joint initiatives to accelerate the expansion of renewable and clean energy markets across the US. This is accomplished by pooling the funds from the various member states and municipalities. Clean Energy States Alliance Determination & Findings DDOE Robyn.johhnson2@dc.gov
11/3/2011 11/13/2011 Maintenance and Repair of Toter residential trash cans Toter Incorporated Determination & Findings DPW Adele.smith@dc.gov
11/3/2011 11/13/2011 The District of Columbia, Office of Contracting and Procurement on behalf of The Chief Medical Examiner, (OCME) has a need for proficiency review and credibility of its laboratories to maintain accreditation. College of American Pathologist is unique in that they are the only one that gives proficiency review and credibility. College of American Pathologist Determination & Findings OCME denise.burton@dc.gov
11/3/2011 11/13/2011 Management Oversight for specific services under the District’s Homeless Services Continuum of Care.Description: Department of Human Services (DHS), Family Services Administration (FSA) is requesting a sole source contract to the Community Partnership for the Prevention of Homelessness (TCP) for the provision of specific programs and services under the Homeless Services Program (HSP). TCP is the current management contractor under the HSP and the specific services included in this sole source are currently being administered by TCP through its current management contract.The period of performance will be January 1, 2012 through December 31, 2012. Community Partnership for the Prevention of Homelessness Determination & Findings DHS jeanne.mirabile@dc.gov
11/2/2011 11/12/2011 The District of Columbia Metropolitan Police Department is seeking an independent contractor to provide a comprehensive collection of public and proprietary records via the CLEAR (Consolidated Lead Evaluation and Reporting) application. West Publishing Corporation Determination & Findings MPD Cheryl.mitchel@dc.gov
10/28/2011 11/7/2011 The District of Columbia Metropolitan Police Department is seeking an independent Contractor to provide scheduled maintenance and repair of the Mason Vactron Superglue Fuming Chambers MVC3000 and MVC5000 manufactured by Foster & Freeman. Foster and Freeman USA Determination & Findings MPD gloria.cephas@dc.gov
10/28/2011 11/7/2011 DCKA-2011-R-0180 – Park Meter Management Services 6-Month Contract ACS State & Local Solutions, Inc. Determination & Findings DDOT Josephine.barrett-white@dc.gov
10/27/2011 11/6/2011 Laundry & injection equipment and all dispensers for Gurtler laundry chemicals. Provide maintenance and chemical data. DOC currently uses laundry machines that if Gurtler chemicals are not used the Manufactured warranty on the laundry equipment will be voided. Gurtler supplies all the chemicals needed for safe use of the machines. Gurtler Determination & Findings DOC keia.brooks@dc.gov
10/27/2011 11/6/2011 Healthcare Associated Infections Data Audit and Validation Association of Professionals in Infection Control (APIC) Determination & Findings DOH jeffrey.tisdale@dc.gov
10/27/2011 11/6/2011 The District of Columbia, Department of General Services, has a need for seventeen (17) parking spaces at the International Trade Center for John A.Wilson Building tenants. International Trade Center Determination & Findings DGS diane.wooden@dc.gov
10/25/2011 11/4/2011 The Government of the District of Columbia, Office of Contracting and Procurement, on behalf of the Fire and Emergency Medical Services Department (FEMS), engages the contractor to provide ambulance billing, payment collection and patient data collection services. Advanced Data Processing, Inc. Determination & Findings FEMS Chris.yi@dc.gov
10/25/2011 11/4/2011 The District of Columbia Department of General Services (DGS), on behalf of the Metropolitan Police Department (MPD), is seeking a contractor to provide preventative maintenance and repairs on Central Cell Block doors at various MPD locations. The selected contractor must be a licensed RR Brinks installer.Jailcraft, Inc. is the only trained and certified company authorized to sell, install, and service RR Brink products in the Washington DC area. Jailcraft, Inc. Determination & Findings MPD helena.barbour2@dc.gov
10/24/2011 11/3/2011 Examinations, accreditation for certification of correctional officers / 200 -ea American Correctional Associations (ACA) Correctional Officer’s Examination American Correctional Association Determination & Findings DOC keia.brooks@dc.gov
10/20/2011 10/30/2011 The Government of the District of Columbia Department of Employment Services (DOES) is seeking a tool to minimize the high inaccuracy of claimants and employers addresses currently in their databases and to minimize if not possibly eliminate all errors going forward. DOES, Unemployment Insurance Tax and Benefits maintains three major databases as listed; Unemployment Tax Accounting System (DUTAS), the District On-line Compensation System (DOCS).and WEBS. On-Point Technology, Inc. Determination & Findings DOES leslie.ramdat@dc.gov
10/20/2011 10/30/2011 Preventative Maintenance and Repair Nova Biomedical Determination & Findings OCME Helen.tilahun@dc.gov
10/20/2011 10/30/2011 The Government of the District of Columbia, DC Department of Housing and Community Development (DHCD) is seeking a contractor to provide business risk reports on business entities on the development teams that DHCD is underwriting for funding consideration. This is a critical service to DHCD that give us important information on the financial stability of the various business entities the agency is underwriting for funding. Dunn & Bradstreet Determination & Findings DHCD Vanessa.hardy@dc.gov
10/20/2011 10/30/2011 SAS Software Licenses.The Department of Health Care Finance is seeking 6 SAS Software Licenses. SAS Institute, Inc. Determination & Findings DHCF Lillian.Beavers3@dc.gov
10/20/2011 10/30/2011 The Government of the District of Columbia, Office on Aging (OoA) has an immediate need for the current qualified food service contractor, Whole Food Market, to continue to provide preparation and delivery of a portion of all daily nutritious meals consisting of hot and cold foods, condiments and general supplies, for eligible homebound elderly clients that resides near congregate sites. Whole Food Market Determination & Findings OOA Rebecca.young@dc.gov
10/19/2011 10/29/2011 The Government of the District of Columbia, Office on Aging (OoA) has an immediate need for the current qualified food service contractor, Top Spanish Cafe, to continue to provide preparation and delivery of a portion of all daily nutritious meals consisting of hot and cold foods, condiments and general supplies, for eligible participants at congregate nutritional sites and homebound elderly program participants that resides near congregate sites. The elderly meals food service program in Ward 1 shall be required for the performance period, November 1, 2011 through May 31, 2012, until a new contract(s) can be competitively awarded. Top Spanish Café Determination & Findings OOA Rebecca.young@dc.gov
10/19/2011 10/29/2011 The Government of the District of Columbia, Office on Aging (OoA) has an immediate need for the current qualified food service contractor, Holder Enterprises, to continue to provide preparation and delivery of a portion of all daily nutritious meals consisting of hot and cold foods, condiments and general supplies, for eligible participants at congregate nutritional sites and homebound elderly program participants that resides near congregate sites. The elderly meals food service program in Wards 5 and 6 shall be required for the performance period, November 1, 2011 through May 31, 2012, until a new contract(s) can be competitively awarded. Holder Enterprise Determination & Findings OOA Rebecca.young@dc.gov
10/19/2011 10/29/2011 The Government of the District of Columbia, Office on Aging (OoA) has an immediate need for the current qualified food service contractor, GFS Catering, to continue to provide preparation and delivery of a portion of all daily nutritious meals consisting of hot and cold foods, condiments and general supplies, for eligible participants at congregate nutritional sites and homebound elderly program participants that resides near congregate sites.The elderly meals food service program in Wards 7 and 8 shall be required for the performance period, November 1, 2011 through May 31, 2012, until a new contract(s) can be competitively awarded. GFS Catering Determination & Findings OOA Rebecca.young@dc.gov
10/19/2011 10/29/2011 The Government of the District of Columbia, Office on Aging (OoA) has an immediate need for the current qualified food service contractor, Dutch Mill Catering, to continue to provide preparation and delivery of a portion of all daily nutritious meals consisting of hot and cold foods, condiments and general supplies, for eligible participants at congregate nutritional sites and homebound elderly program participants that resides near congregate sites. The elderly meals food service program in Wards 1, 2, 3, and 4 shall be required for the performance period, November 1, 2011 through May 31, 2012, until a new contract(s) can be competitively awarded Dutch Mill Catering Determination & Findings OOA Rebecca.young@dc.gov
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