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Archived Contract/Grant/Procurement Opportunities - IT Procurement

The District of Columbia Health Benefit Exchange Authority (DCHBX) released an electronic solicitation Invitation for Bid (IFB) via E-Sourcing (DOC165251) for IT Consulting Services.  The Agency seeks a Certified Business Enterprise (CBE) contractor  to provide  various IT positions in support of DC Health Link and the  DC Access System (DCAS) project.  If you are interested in responding to this solicitation and want be added as a participant,  please contact Nicole Matthews, Contract Specialist at (202) 741-0882 or via email: [email protected].

New Opportunity

The DC Health Benefit Exchange Authority (the Authority) has contracted with MB Staffing to provide temporary staff to support the immediate needs of the Authority’s Members Services division. This would involve reaching out directly to consumers and working with consumer accounts at the direction of the Authority Member Services Manager.  Staff would be required to maintain the highest level of customer service and privacy.

Qualifications include certification as a DC Health Link Assister, current or prior. Performance level, quality of customer service and maintenance of privacy while a DC Health Link Assister will be considered.

If you meet the qualifications listed above and are available to work through the month of September for approximately 4 weeks, please contact Jeffrey Hebert of MB Staffing at (202) 842-0181.

Updated Contracting and Procurement Policies and Procedures

Under D.C. Official Code §31-3171.04(a)(5) and §2-351.05(c)(17) The DC Health Benefit Exchange Authority has procurement authority independent of the Office of Contracting and Procurement, with limited exceptions. The DC Health Benefit Exchange Authority Executive Board voted to approve Contracting and Procurement Policies and Procedures on October 3, 2012. 

The Executive Board voted to adopt updated Contracting and Procurement Policies and Procedures at the September 10, 2014 Executive Board meeting.