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
38557 - 18/19 AIR AIRPORT COMMISSION $100,000

San Francisco International Airport (SFO) has been directed by Bay Area Air Quality Management District (District) to provide offsets for emission of various oxides of nitrogen for facilities permitted by the District and for pending permit applications. These offsets can be purchased on the open market only through brokers from other facilities that have District certified surplus emission reduction credits. SFO plans to purchase Oxides of Nitrogen, Precursor Organic Compounds (POC) and/or other Emission Reduction Offset Credits.

December 24, 2018 June 30, 2023
38892 - 18/19 PUC PUBLIC UTILITIES COMMISSION $100,000

Scope of Services includes financial advisory services in connection with general financial planning and transaction-specific activities related to the Water, Wastewater and Power Enterprises—including, but not limited to, the issuance of commercial paper, loans, private placements, and bonds, financial forecasting and modeling, rate setting and administration, asset management, risk management, power generation, transmission, distribution and trading, and related capital financing activities. These services include renewable energy procurement and economic analyses.

February 1, 2019 February 1, 2021
33850 - 18/19 ECN ECONOMIC AND WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT $100,000

The Office of Economic and Workforce Development (OEWD) is seeking authorization to select consultants to provide legal advice to small businesses and individuals, regarding the laws and regulations generally applicable to participation in San Francisco's Equity Program (San Francisco Police Code section 1604). Providers must demonstrate familiarity with the local, state, and federal laws and regulations and the knowledge and experience to provide one-on-one consultation, and to develop educational materials to cover, but not be limited to, the following general categories: license and permitting, banking, compliance audits, zoning, and tax and compliance.​

January 1, 2019 December 31, 2020