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RFP & Vendor Opportunities

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

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RFP: COG Site Auditor Contracting

The Children’s Oncology Group Program of PHI seeks a vendor for annual contracting with approximately 25 auditors as identified by COG. Reimbursement of auditor travel and invoicing for audit services.

Responses are due: Thursday, November 12th, 2020 at 5 p.m. (PT)

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November 12, 2020

RFP: Together Toward Health Monitoring & Evaluation Services

PHI is seeking proposals from qualified organizations and/or consortia (including small businesses) to provide a full range of monitoring and evaluation services for our new COVID-19 program. Through our award to implement Together Toward Health, the California COVID-19 Public Health Capacity Building Collaborative Fund (The Fund), PHI has a need to hire support for monitoring and evaluation (M&E) experts to work with project leadership to design the project’s M&E system and related tools as well as measure the performance of the project. Please see changes to the RFP outlined in Amendment 1, including a submission deadline extension as well as the Q&A.

Responses are due: Friday, November 6, 2020 at noon (PT)

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November 6, 2020

RFP: Children’s Oncology Group Virtual Meeting Services

The Children’s Oncology Group Program of PHI seeks a vendor who can provide virtual meeting services for one 4-5 day conference in March 2021.

Responses are due: Monday, November 2nd, 2020 at 4 p.m. (PT)

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November 2, 2020
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13 funders join PHI in COVID equity initiative, Together Toward Health

Together Toward Health will connect with community based organizations to expand workforce development opportunities for Californians most impacted by COVID-19, and create and amplify public outreach efforts to reduce its spread.

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