FY 2019 - FY 2020 Request for Proposal Overview
The FY 2019 Proposed Operating and Capital Budget was presented by the City Manager to the City Council on August 9, 2018. The Consolidated Funding proposed funding recommendations for selected delegate agencies are included in the proposed budget, beginning on page 222. A supplemental Request for Proposal to seek additional children and youth, senior, and workforce services was released on August 27th and will close on September 28, 2018.
To view this solicitation, go to http://www.sanantonio.gov/purchasing/biddingcontract/opportunities, or click here FY2019-FY2020 Human and Workforce Development Services Consolidated Funding II (RFP – 2018-107) - Released August 27, 2018
Pursuant to Section 010 – Restriction on Communications:
A Respondent who seeks or applies for a contract pursuant to this Request for Proposal (RFP) is prohibited from contacting City officials, as defined in Section 2-62 of the Ethics Code, and employees, as defined in Section 2-42 of the Ethics Code, regarding such a contract during the No-Contact Period defined below. City Council has approved a revised no-contact period, listed below, which is modified from what is currently set forth in Section 2-61 of the Ethics Code, Prohibited Contacts During Contract Solicitation Period. Violation of the No-Contact Period provisions may lead to disqualification of a Respondent’s offer from consideration. Nothing in this section prohibits communication regarding the solicitation between or among City officials or City employees acting in their official capacity.
- “No-Contact Period” means:
- For City officials, the period beginning September 28, 2018 - until the date contract awards are posted.
- For City employees, the period beginning September 28, 2018 until date contract awards are posted.
City reserves the right to contact any Respondent to negotiate if such is deemed desirable by City. Such negotiations, initiated by City staff persons, shall not be considered a violation by Respondent of this section.
*Identified restrictions apply only to RFP 2018-107. Violation of the No-Contact Period provisions may lead to disqualification of a Respondent’s proposal from consideration.
The Department of Human Services promotes lifelong success for individuals and families by providing human services and connections to community resources that improve the quality of life for our most vulnerable residents and advance the City of San Antonio’s vision of prosperity. The Economic Development Department fosters growth and development in San Antonio by working with partner agencies to meet business infrastructure needs, provide incentives and maintain quality workforce training programs.
The Consolidated Funding Process assists Human Services and Economic Development expand their services and reach to make the greatest impact possible to improve the quality of life for City of San Antonio residents. To improve the impact of DHS and Consolidated Funding, DHS and EDD are working with funders and community stakeholders to align around shared high-priority outcomes and results; to advocate for equitable distribution of funding; and to improve transparency and accountability to the community. The goal is for non-profits and funders to work together to lead a continuum of essential human and workforce services.
In alignment with long-term outcomes of the Human Services and Economic Development Departments, the City has established priorities for FY 2019, based on the following long-term outcomes:
- Children and youth are safe, healthy, resilient, and ready to succeed in school and life
- Individuals and families are financially secure and in stable housing
- Homelessness is rare, brief and non-recurring
- Seniors are healthy, engaged and independent
- San Antonio’s workforce fuels a globally competitive economy that drives income growth & prosperity for all residents
As part of this year’s process, the City’s Department of Human Services and the Department of Economic Development have held multiple non-profit input sessions to gather feedback on the Human and Workforce Development Services Request for Proposal (RFP) for the upcoming FY 2019 and FY 2020 cycle.
To learn more about the process and to view documents related to the previously held input sessions, please click on the document titles.
Sample Delegate Agency Contract
B Session and Council Committee Presentations