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
40149 - 16/17 - MODIFICATIONS MTA 12/06/2017 MUNICIPAL TRANSPORTATION AGENCY $2,400,000 $7,800,000 This consultant services contract will provide project and construction management support services for the Van Ness Corridor Transit Improvement Project, specifically: Primavera P6 schedule updates and analysis; risk and contingency program management and project and construction management support in compliance with Federal Transit Administration oversight principles and best practices; quality assurance management and assistance in compliance with Caltrans source inspection requirements/practices; construction management in Caltrans right of way construction; technical writing; office engineering support in electronic document management systems; inspection support for non-recurrent/as-needed critical path construction; cost estimating support; and contract administration/claims engineering support services. 12/06/2017 12/31/2021
4033 - 11/12 - MODIFICATIONS MTA 12/05/2017 MUNICIPAL TRANSPORTATION AGENCY $705,000 $2,425,000 The modified PSC amount of $2,425,000 represents the compensation paid to the parking firms for providing professional operational services at the 13 approved facilities, plus compensation for the additional 3 facilities. Provide separate professional parking garage operational services for 13 parking facilities organized into three groups as follows: Group A – 6 Facilities (Civic Center, Lombard, Mission Bartlett, Performing Arts, and 16th & Hoff garages, and 7th & Harrison lot); Group B – 2 Facilities (Golden Gateway and St. Mary’s Square garages); Group C – 5 Facilities (SF General Hospital, Moscone Center, North Beach, Vallejo St., and Polk Bush garages). Services include: providing qualified and experienced parking personnel for cashiering, janitorial and security. The Operator shall provide oversight of all aspects of administrative functions including, but not limited to, collection, reconciliation and deposit of all parking and non-parking revenue; repair and maintenance of facilities and revenue control equipment; compliance with insurance and bond requirements; providing valet or valet-assist parking services during special events. The term is for six (6) years, thereafter on a month-to-month basis, not to exceed 36 months. The amount of $1,770,000 represents the compensation paid to the parking firms for providing professional operational services at the 13 garages. The $1,770,000 amount breaks down to approximately $590,000 ($72,000 per year, with a 5% increase starting in year four) for each of the three groups. Operating expenses, including parking taxes, are funded through gross parking revenue collected, but is not part of the compensation paid to the parking firm. 02/01/2018 07/31/2019
47775 - 13/14 - MODIFICATIONS PUC 12/04/2017 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
32089 - 16/17 - MODIFICATIONS ECN 12/04/2017 ECONOMIC AND WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT $0 $95,000 The Office of Economic and Workforce Development (OEWD) would like to contract with a consultant to provide project management, research, writing, and editing support to produce its federally mandated Local Workforce Development Plan. Local Workforce Development Areas that administer Department of Labor workforce dollars are required by Federal legislation to submit a Local Plan to the State Workforce Development Board every 4 years. The Plan describes the Local Area's workforce delivery principles and strategies for the subsequent years. The last Local Plan was prepared in 2013 under the Workforce Investment Act and the next Plan is due to the State in March 2017. Workforce legislation has since been reauthorized under the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA), which stipulates a number of new requirements for Local Plans that are due to be submitted to the State of California by March 15, 2017. OEWD wishes to engage a consultant with expert-level knowledge of WIOA to ensure full compliance with all legal requirements. 01/26/2018 08/17/2018
4037-13/14 - MODIFICATIONS DPW 12/04/2017 GENERAL SERVICES AGENCY - PUBLIC WORKS $0 $400,000 Provide specialized services in Lighting Design to support Department of Public Works (DPW) design staff on an as-needed basis. The Consultants will provide expert lighting consultation services to ensure that our projects achieve the highest quality in lighting design. The City intends to award two (2) contracts for $200,000 each. 01/01/2019 01/28/2020
4017 - 13/14 - MODIFICATIONS JUV 12/07/2017 JUVENILE PROBATION $45,000 $600,000 Contractor will provide electronic monitoring services and necessary equipment for eligible Juvenile Probation Department youth. Service will allow the department to track youth released to the program in lieu of detention. 01/01/2018 03/31/2018
4052 - 11/12 - MODIFICATIONS MTA 12/07/2017 MUNICIPAL TRANSPORTATION AGENCY $0 $450,000 Ongoing repair, maintenance service and parts for Honeywell (Northern) Alarm System installed at (12) San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency (SFMTA) facilities by qualified technicians. System is composed of (1) server, winpak software with (5) licenses, (49) Northern alarm panels, (25) SIO boards, (163) card readers, (25) door contacts, (36) motion detectors, (19) panic alarms and (26) miscellaneous devices. Over 5,000 access cards issued to employees, consultants and contractors with 225 customized access levels tailored to meet the agencies current needs. 01/01/2018 06/30/2018
41756 - 14/15 - MODIFICATIONS PUC 12/08/2017 PUBLIC UTILITIES COMMISSION $1,500,000 $8,500,000 San Francisco Public Utilities Commission (SFPUC) intends to award two (2) agreements to perform engineering services to support SFPUC civil, structural, electrical, mechanical engineering staff, and for other specialized engineering services needed to complete engineering design projects at the Oceanside Water Pollution Control Plant as part of the Sewer System Improvement Program (SSIP). 01/02/2015 12/31/2022