Deltek Pulse: Health and human services month in review, November 2016

Posted by Olivia Hayden on December 5, 2016

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In the State and Local Health and Human Services (HHS) market, solicitation activity decreased in November by 7 percent compared to October, most likely due to the Thanksgiving holiday. While many states are trying to issue solicitations before the end of the year, there were several states with very low solicitation activity this month, including New Mexico, Nevada, and South Dakota. Larger states like California and Texas, as well as most of the northeast, had high procurement activity. As in previous months, the majority of solicitations were in the categories of Medical and Scientific Equipment and Professional Services.

Notable Solicitation Releases

  • The Alaska Department of Revenue, Child Support Services Division, released a request for proposals (RFP) to acquire professional services to successfully complete the NSTAR Re-platform Project (NRPP). NSTAR is the statewide, automated mainframe-based system used to manage and track the state's child support enforcement cases. Proposals are due by January 20, 2017.
  • The Oklahoma Health Care Authority issued an RFP for the SoonerHealth+ Program, a fully capitated, statewide model of care coordination to best serve Oklahoma Medicaid’s Aged, Blind and Disabled (ABD) population. The RFP is a follow-up to a request for information released in 2015. Proposals are due by February 28, 2017.    

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Deltek Pulse: Health and human services month in review, November 2016

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