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Title: EMERGENCY SHELTER SOCIAL SERVICES IN COMMERCIAL HOTELS
Procurement
Homeless Services (DHS)
Agency Chief Contracting Officer
150 Greenwich Street, 37th Floor, New York, NY 10004
Keli Mills
phone: (929) 221-5486
fax: (917) 637-7678
email: kmills@dhs.nyc.gov
Archived
Human Services/Client Services
Negotiated Acquisition
12/22/2016 - 12/29/2016
Solicitation

PIN#07117N0005 - Due: 1/18/2017 2:00 PM

Description
Emergency Shelter Social Services In Commercial Hotels-Negotiated Acquisition-EPIN#071117N0005-The Department of Homeless Services is soliciting qualified vendors to contract for the provision of shelter and services for eligible homeless families with children, adult families, and single adults who are applying for temporary housing assistance. DHS is seeking to replace its current emergency procurement process and enter into master agreements with vendors to provide borough based shelter and services as an alternative to short term shelter placement and to enhance client services and control costs. Under Master Contracts, during the commercial hotel phase out, DHS would pay vendor(s) to procure reservations at current commercial hotel in Brooklyn, Queens, Manhattan, and the Bronx, manage this emergency portfolio and address the need for emergency placements as such need may arise, and provide social services to residents at the facility and all costs associated with managing their portfolio(s).

It is anticipated that the contract will range from 3 to 9 years including renewal options and depending on the financial terms and conditions.

Pursuant to Section 3-04(a)(b)of the New York City Procurement Policy Board Rules Negotiated Acquisition may be used for all categories of procurement under the circumstance and subject to the conditions set forth in the section. Authority for approvals or determinations required by this section shall not be delegated, unless otherwise stated herein. An agency may engage in preliminary discussion with a vendor to explore the feasibility of a proposed negotiated acquisition.

Thus, pursuant to Section 3-04 (b)(2) The ACCO shall justify the use the negotiated acquisition method by making a determination that it is not participate and/or advantageous to award a contract by competitive sealed bidding or competitive sealed proposals due to one or more of the following circumstances and the basis.

Any organization that believes it can provide these services may contact Keli Mills - Director of Department of Homeless Services RFP Unit at 929-221-5486, 150 Greenwich Street, 37th Floor, NY NY 10007, to request a copy of the RFP application, which is available at www.dhs.nyc.gov or for pick-up only Monday through Friday on business day between the hours of 9:00am to 5:00pm due to security please email to kmills@dhs.nyc.gov to gain access in the building.

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