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
34889 - 18/19 DPW GENERAL SERVICES AGENCY - PUBLIC WORKS $10,000

The supplier will provide training, at the Public Works Yard, for traffic control flagging and coning in accordance with Cal/OSHA requirements, and applicable Public Works code of safe practices. Participants shall include all field personnel, all field supervisors, surveyors, project managers, resident engineers and construction managers. Safety requirements, self-protection, elements of the traffic control zone, as well as other related topics shall be covered. Additionally, part of the scope will be a hands-on portion that will include demonstration and practice with SF Public Works University equipment.

March 15, 2019 June 15, 2019
33792 - 18/19 FIR FIRE DEPARTMENT $75,000

The supplier will provide unarmed security officers to monitor the public entrance and for the protection of staff at the Fire Department Headquarters at 698 Second Street.

March 7, 2019 March 31, 2020
35735 - 18/19 ECN ECONOMIC AND WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT $50,000

The Office of Economic and Workforce Development (OEWD) seeks to fund training and facilitation consulting services in support of OEWD's racial equity goals. This contract will focus on building departmental capacity to deliver workforce services for apprenticeship and pre-apprenticeship opportunities in the cannabis industry.

Activities may include, but are not limited to, the following: Developing and facilitating training to department staff and stakeholders; Utilizing best practices in establishing a framework which ensures that racial equity, diversity and inclusion are key values of the department, including developing a shared understanding of key terms and concepts; Providing racial equity training and facilitation at unit meetings or larger staff meetings; Facilitating the development of a shared vision for a more inclusive and equitable organizational culture; Building staff and organizational capacity, skills and competencies and providing recommendations for developing programs, policies and practices that support and advance racial equity over time.

May 1, 2019 October 31, 2020