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The Public Health Institute frequently seeks vendors, consultants and other services through an open procurement process.

Browse current opportunities below.




ITB: Labor Distribution Functional Lead

The Public Health Institute is seeking a Labor Distribution Functional Lead to serve as owner and subject matter expert in the implementation of PHI’s labor and fringe distribution processes. Ideal candidate will have experience with PeopleSoft 9.2 HCM - Labor Distribution, Commitment Accounting, Time and Labor, Payroll for North America and experience in integration to FSCM - General Ledger and Project Costing. Candidate must have expertise in Labor Distribution in a project costing environment, Time & Labor to Project Costing, and Payroll to GL. The project is estimated to take 6 months.

Proposals are due Monday July 24, 2017 by 9:00 AM Pacific Time.

Read the full Invitation to Bid.


RFP: Making the "Business Case for Community Development"

PHI's Build Healthy Places Network is seeking proposals to carry out a broad analysis of the social and financial returns on investment generated by holistic community development projects. Frameworks drawn from the analysis are intended to serve as a basis for calculating the costs and impact of integrated neighborhood interventions and as a general tool for community development professionals to communicate the value of such programs to policymakers and investors. 

The proposed project will build on a review of existing literature currently being developed and will meet the following research objectives:

  • Identify what types of returns are likely to be generated (e.g., economic, health, etc.);
  • Determine to whom benefits accrue (e.g., residents, housing developers, hospitals, government, etc.);
  • Project overall cost savings and other societal benefits to stakeholders; and Identify key strategic audiences for the research output.

A learning webinar to answer initial questions about the RFP is scheduled for Wednesday, July 19, 2017 at 10:00-10:45am PT. To register, please click on this link or copy and paste this URL into your browser:

Completed applications are due August 4, 2017, noon PDT. Please send all submissions with subject line: “RFP Submission.” 

Read the full RFP.