Monday, March 14, 2016

Contractor Opportunity. District of Columbia. RFP. Full-Scale Family Assistance Center

Please post to the BEMA listserve to share this opportunity with your members.

The District of Columbia (The District), Office of Contracting and Procurement (OCP) on behalf of the Department of Human Services (DHS), Office of Emergency Management (OEM) is seeking a Contractor to provide services to initiate, coordinate, and develop a complete full-scale Family Assistance Center (FAC) Plan for the District of Columbia. 

Your presence has been requested to participate in the Request For Proposal (RFP) listed below.   If you are interested in being invited to the solicitation and would like to register in the Procurement Automated Support System (PASS) please follow the steps below: 

  • Go to website:
  • Go to - Opportunities and support
  • Click - Vendor Registration process
  • Click - Register or log into e Sourcing
  • Click - Register as a new Supplier (Vendor then fills in their information and in 48hrs they will be able to log into their account)

The solicitation RFP can be viewed at

If you have additional questions concerning the solicitation please contact; Willandria Blount, Contract Specialist at 202-671-4491 or

For questions concerning registering in PASS contact the Office of Contracting and Procurement Customer Contact Center at (202)724-4477.  PASS is the District Government’s e-Procurement system that supports the full range of the District procurement of goods and services.

Willandria D. Blount
Contract Specialist
District of Columbia Government
Office Of Contracting and Procurement
Department of Human Services
64 New York Avenue, NE
Washington, DC  20002
Office:  202-671-4491

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