DHR Posting: Proposed Modifications to Existing Personal Services Contracts

The following expedited Personal Services Contracts (”PSCs”) have been submitted for review and approval by the Department of Human Resources (“DHR”). In accordance with Civil Service Commission policy, protests of proposed expedited PSCs must be emailed to DHR-PSCCoordinator@sfgov.org by close of business on the 7th day of posting. If you have any questions, please contact DHR at (415) 557-4842
PSC No Dept Designation (FAMIS) Modification submit date Dept Description Modified Amount Cumulative Total Description of Work Start Date End Date
41249 - 17/18 - MODIFICATIONS PUC 10/11/2018 PUBLIC UTILITIES COMMISSION $0 $8,000,000 Provide technical evaluation, project development, financial analysis, design,permitting, and construction management of renewable energy and energy storage technologies. 11/12/2022 09/30/2023
47331 - 17/18 - MODIFICATIONS ASR 10/12/2018 ASSESSOR / RECORDER $9,000,000 $20,000,000 Scope is being clarified to specify that 'implementation services' includes ongoing custom support. The project is a multi-phase, joint endeavor between the Office of the Assessor-Recorder (ASR), the Treasurer & Tax Collector (TTX), and Office of the Controller (CON) to secure and modernize the City’s property tax functions by replacing legacy systems that enable the assessment and collection of approximately $2.5 billion in annual property tax revenues. The departments currently maintain two separate legacy IT systems to perform these functions. The ASR plans to procure the following professional service(s): 1. Implementation services 2. Data conversion services 3. Independent Verification and Validation Services. The replacement of the City’s property assessment & tax system is one of the three major IT projects identified by the Information & Communication Technology (ICT) Plan for FY18-22. Anticipated Outcomes are: 1. Increase Efficiency and Quality: Re-engineer assessment and tax business processes based on best practices and eliminate manual processes and workarounds. 2. Improve Revenue Collection: Increase turnaround time for assessments and provide timely tax billing, revenue collection and certification to reduce revenue at risk. 3. Build a Resilient IT Infrastructure: Secure $2.5 billion in revenue through modern technology platforms that are secure and resilient. 4. Increase Access to Data: Improve information available to public and policymakers and enable better revenue forecasting and data analysis. 5. Improve Taxpayer Service and Transparency: Integrate property tax and assessment functions among the three departments for better customer service. 12/26/2027 12/25/2030
47775 - 13/14 - MODIFICATIONS PUC 10/09/2018 PUBLIC UTILITIES COMMISSION $1,000,000 $6,000,000 Additional funding is requested for advanced soil structure interaction modeling required for the retrofit design effort, which was not part of the original scope of work. Additionally, the project is being constructed in phases, and therefore additional funding is needed for phased engineering construction support. Scope of work consists of structural engineering services for the Planning Phase and potential Design Phase of the structures covered under the Sewer System Improvement Program (SSIP), including geotechnical support services needed for recommendations for structural analysis. Structural engineering services for the Planning Phase and potential Design Phase of the structures covered. Expertise in modeling and analysis of underground and above ground wastewater facilities constructed in areas with soils that liquefy is required. Additionally, geotechnical experience for verification of existing deep foundation capacities and providing new recommendations for deep foundation systems in liquefaction zones, including extent of liquefaction zone and modeling of soil structure interaction is required. 05/01/2014 07/01/2022