DHR Posting: Proposed Expedited 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||Dept Description||Amount||Description of Work||PSC Estimated Start Date||PSC Estimated End Date|
|36314 - 16/17||ADM||GENERAL SERVICES AGENCY - CITY ADMIN||$100,000||
Contractor will harvest data for the Office of Short Term Rentals(OSTR)from websites (webscraping)of four short-term rental hosting platforms on a monthly basis. Each webscrape would consist of an automated collection of data from all short-term rental listings on each platform, delivered in a spreadsheet format.
|March 1, 2017||February 28, 2019|
|36798 - 16/17||ADP||ADULT PROBATION||$99,999||
Contractor will provide contract management, advisory, and quality assurance services to ensure compliance with City requirements and timely, defensible execution of contracting processes. Services will include guidance on pre-solicitation, solicitation, evaluation, and negotiation processes, as well as post-contract management issues.
|June 16, 2017||June 30, 2020|
|33861 - 16/17||DPH||PUBLIC HEALTH||$99,000||
The contractor will perform as-needed analytical laboratory services for the hospital pharmacy to test compounded products for drug stability, sterility, product validation, and drug investigations.
|June 1, 2017||April 30, 2022|
|34776 - 16/17||MTA||MUNICIPAL TRANSPORTATION AGENCY||$100,000||
The SFMTA consultant will provide technical, financial, and capacity-building services for African American- and women-owned construction and professional services firms.
|July 1, 2017||June 30, 2019|
|39809 - 16/17||PUC||PUBLIC UTILITIES COMMISSION||$99,000||
The SFPUC is required to conduct benthic infauna community studies in the near shore waters of the Gulf of the Farallones between Rocky Point, Marin County and Point San Pedro, San Mateo County. The benthic infauna community study includes the identification of benthic invertebrates at 47 to 55 stations within the study area. Proposed work includes: 1) sorting benthic invertebrate samples into major taxonomic groups in preparation for taxonomy (identification); 2) identifying and sorting Polychaeta to families as needed; 3) performing quality control on staff taxonomists by re-identifying random samples and working with staff biologists to resolve differences; 4) performing taxonomic identification on samples as needed; and 5) providing taxonomy training to San Francisco Public Utilities (SFPUC) biologists as required.
|September 15, 2017||September 14, 2021|
|35633 - 16/17||ADM||GENERAL SERVICES AGENCY - CITY ADMIN||$25,000||
City Hall is a popular event venue hosting approximately 500 events annually including galas, weddings, corporate events, professional films and photography. Vendor will evaluate City Hall Event Management event scheduling, fee collection and other needs, install proprietary event management software, customize it and train event staff on how to manage scheduling, booking, and other administrative needs for the multiple event spaces in the building.
|May 1, 2017||December 31, 2018|
|37913 - 16/17||TTX||TREASURER/TAX COLLECTOR||$45,000||
The Bank On SF program is ten years old, and the Office of Financial Empowerment has identified needs in updating the image and messaging around the program. This project will first review all existing Bank On SF materials and resources, and will result in the creation of branding and marketing strategies and materials, including: a creative brief outlining a marketing strategy/direction, as well as the creation of an updated logo with simplified style guide, a campaign idea with one or more “ad-like objects” communicating the benefit of Bank On SF and how it can impact people’s lives, several pieces of collateral (tri-fold brochure, poster, window cling for participating institutions, buck slip), and updated look/feel for Bank On SF website.
|May 1, 2017||April 30, 2020|
|34548 - 16/17||TIS||GENERAL SERVICES AGENCY - TECHNOLOGY||$50,000||
“Train the Trainers” course for City staff in the Results Based Accountability (RBA) framework and methods to inform policy and planning.
|May 15, 2017||May 14, 2018|