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The Association of State and Territorial Health Officials (ASTHO), with support from the CDC, is seeking the services of a consultant to provide state/territorial health agency leaders with subject matter expertise on financing mechanisms to support the full range of community health workers’ (CHWs’) competencies. The consultant will participate and advise on regularly occurring calls with a newly formed peer network of public health agency staff, as well as develop an issue brief or report on CHW financing.
Deadline for Submission
Dec. 8, 2023, 5 p.m. ET
The Association of State and Territorial Health Officials (ASTHO) is pleased to announce a funding opportunity to support up to four (4) editorial contractors to support ASTHO communications and content development efforts. ASTHO supports state and territorial health agencies to advance health equity and optimal health for all. ASTHO’s award-winning communications team produces a wide range of content in support of this goal in the form of blog posts, issue briefs, reports, and more. Responsibilities of the selected applicant/s will include editing ASTHO materials, written reports, issue briefs, blog posts, web copy, press releases, factsheets, and other communications materials. The contractor may be asked to perform copyediting, technical editing, or substantive editing, depending on the project type.
Deadline for Submission
Dec. 21, 2023 by 5 p.m. ET
The Public Health Infrastructure Grant (PHIG) National Partners (ASTHO, NNPHI, PHAB) are pleased to announce a funding opportunity to support up to three (3) contractors to serve as implementation centers for a new Public Health Data Modernization Implementation Center Program (IC Program).
The IC Program is a multi-year initiative that builds upon current PHIG infrastructure investments to support state, territorial, local and tribal (STLT) health agencies in modernizing their data systems. The program will establish implementation centers to support STLTs in adoption of national Health IT standards, and in participation in national data exchange initiatives, e.g., the Trusted Exchange Framework and Common Agreement (TEFCA).
The PHIG National Partners will be hosting an informational webinar with additional details about the program, funding opportunity and timeline for proposal submission. Materials and questions from the informational webinar will be posted after the meeting.
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Deadline for Submissions
Jan. 3, 2024, by 11:59 p.m. ET
- Request for Proposals (PDF)
- Appendix A: Figure 1—IC Cohort Progression (PDF)
- Appendix B: Candidate Profile—Prior Experience Template (Word document download)
- Appendix C: Technical Proposal Template (Word document download)
- Appendix D: Budget Proposal Template (Excel workbook download)
- Appendix E: Terms and Conditions (Word document download)
- Request for Proposals FAQ (PDF)
Informational Webinar (Pre-RFP Release)
An Informational Webinar regarding the RFP was held on Monday, Nov. 27, 2023, 2-3 p.m. ET. Questions from the Informational Webinar are included in the RFP FAQ document.
Maximum Funding Amount
Up to three multi-year awards will be awarded, up to $18,500,000 per award. (Total of three awards not to exceed $55,500,000.)
Estimated Period of Performance
Feb. 19, 2024 – Nov. 30, 2027
Candidates may utilize the services of subcontractors as they deem appropriate to perform the activities outlined in the RFP. The following are the eligibility criteria for prime contractors and subcontractors:
All SAM-registered non-governmental public health, healthcare or health information technology organizations with experience implementing Health IT/interoperability projects are welcome to apply, including but not limited to consulting agencies, non-profit organizations, academic institutes or private contracting companies.
Candidates serving as Prime contractors must also demonstrate a proven track record of successfully managing multi-year federal-funded awards exceeding $3,000,000 per year. Any candidates involved in this RFP development or with prior knowledge of the content of this RFP are not eligible to apply.
All SAM-registered non-governmental public health, healthcare or health information technology organizations are welcome to serve as subcontractors, including but not limited to consulting agencies, non-profit organizations, academic institutes or private consultants. Any candidates involved in this RFP development or with prior knowledge of the content of this RFP are not eligible to apply.