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Partnering with SFHSA

Whether we already have a partner relationship or not, you can learn more below about how to work with us and respond to any upcoming opportunities we have.

Who are our SFHSA partners?

We refer to every organization, company, or government agency we work with as our partner. This includes the community based organizations and vendors who help us achieve our mission  -- and who we fund in many cases through contracts and grants -- to provide our services to those in need.

Current Opportunities

Find the comprehensive list of SFHSA's open bids and contract opportunities on the San Francisco Office of Contract Administration Website.

Working with Us

All of our partners that receive funding go through a standard City process based on the four steps below. All of our contracts and grants must be administered in accordance with Departmental, City, State, and Federal procurement and contracting policies, rules, and laws as well as industry best practices.

Invitations to Bid

Learn the different ways we solicit bids to work with us, and how you can find out about new invitations to bid.

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Bid Evaluation

Learn how bids to work with us are evaluated and scored.

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Award of Contract or Grant

Learn how contracts and grants to work with us are awarded after bid evaluation is complete.

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Implementation of Contract or Grant

Learn how contracts and grants are modified, renewed, monitored, and implemented.

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Forms and Policies

Partner Reporting and Forms

Find forms and systems used by our grantees, contractors, and vendors to receive payments and more.

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Policies and Procedures

See the policies and procedures that guide the way we work with our partner vendors and contractors.

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Budget Information

Each year, we provide updates on the City’s funding projections and their impact on the services we provide through our three Departments, These updates typically take place during the regularly scheduled commission and committee meetings early in the calendar year.

For budget documents and information on upcoming meetings, click here.

About the Office of Contract Management

Our Office of Contract Management (OCM) oversees the administrative function of developing and managing contracts and grants for our agency. If you have questions about this process or about a specific opportunity, you can contact the OCM Administrator at (415) 557-5140.