Request for Proposals

The CDC Foundation issues requests for proposals (RFP) to sub-grant funds received for a specific project. These RFPs will seek:

  • providers of products or services required for a specific CDC Foundation program with CDC, or
  • eligible nonprofit or governmental organizations that wish to participate in a CDC Foundation program addressing a specific health issue.
  • a consultant/independent contractor (i.e. a sole proprietor, company, nonprofit, etc.) whose services are retained for a specified activity/project during a set time frame. The consultant/independent contractor works independently and is paid according to the terms of their written agreement with the Foundation. The consultant/independent contractor is not an employee of the CDC Foundation.

Federal Grants Management Training Series:

Interested in learning more about federal grants management? This training series is a self-paced course for those interesting in applying for federal funds or those who need a refresher course. In the course, you will learn: 1) federal grant basics; 2) notice of awards, award budget and subrecipients; and 3) federal grant management. You will also receive a certificate of completion.

This training is a collaboration of CDC’s Center for State, Tribal, Local, and Territorial Support, the Office of Grant Services, Public Health Foundation and the CDC Foundation.

You can find the training at the CDC TRAIN platform.


OPEN REQUESTS FOR PROPOSALS:


Graphic Designer to Support Leveraging Centers for Independent Living (CILs) to Increase Vaccines for People with Disabilities
 
The CDC Foundation was awarded a federal grant from the CDC to implement Leveraging Centers for Independent Living (CILs) to Increase Vaccines for People with Disabilities. The aim of this project is to increase uptake of COVID-19 vaccinations in individuals with disabilities by engaging with local level CILs that have not received federal funding to assist in implementing COVID-19 vaccine activities including, but not necessarily limited to, transportation, vaccine clinics, and providing feedback on a national hotline.

To address the needs of people with disabilities during the COVID-19 pandemic and other public health emergencies, collaboration between state and local health departments (SLHDs) and CILs is crucial. As such, an output of this project is a Partnership Guide for CILs and SLHDs to foster collaboration that will be created by CDC Foundation staff in collaboration with project contractors and stakeholders. Through this Request for Proposals (RFPs), the CDC Foundation seeks to enter into a contractual agreement with a successful bidder and select a suitable contractor to create graphics and format the Partnership Guide, as well as ensure that the final PDF is accessible to people with disabilities.

Response Due Date: August 26, 2022

CDC Foundation Contact: Sarah Anderson, Federal Health Communications Specialist, sanderson@cdcfoundation.org

View the Graphic Designer RFP


CONSULTANTS:

Infection Prevention Control Consultants Request for Information/Sources Sought Notice (RFI/SSN)

The CDC Foundation is issuing this Request for Information (RFI) to identify a pool of pre-qualified individuals from whom we will solicit and select consultants to fulfill future Infection Prevention Control (IPC) consulting projects in up to fifteen low-and middle-income countries that are receiving grants from the Global Fund. Selected consultants will support efforts to strengthen and expand existing IPC programs with a particular focus on project management, monitoring and evaluation, and supply chain management. Respondents to this RFI that are found to be technically capable will be added to a pool of prequalified potential suppliers. As specific consultant projects are identified, the CDC Foundation will release a Request for Applications (RFA) or other solicitation to the list of pre-qualified potential suppliers and select consultants using evaluation criteria specific to each project.

Response Due Date: Monday, August 22, 2022, 12:00 pm ET

View Infection Prevention Control Consultants Request for Information/Sources Sought Notice (RFI/SSN)

IPC TA RFI Submission Form


CDC Foundation Consultancy Announcement: WASH Health Financing Consultant, Uganda

The CDC Foundation seeks local expertise in Uganda to support implementation of the Conrad N. Hilton Foundation (CNHF)-supported Water and Hygiene Infrastructure in Africa (WASH) project. The consultant will be based in Uganda and support CDC Foundation, the US Centers for Disease Control & Prevention (CDC), and CNHF project partners (the International Water and Sanitation Centre (IRC), District Health Offices, and District Local Governments) in an assessment of financing and budgeting decisions within the Ugandan health sector. The consultant will support the project to help implementing partners understand how health sector stakeholders make financing and budgeting decisions, what tools or information they use, and what additional information, support, or advocacy could help ensure that WASH services are adequately funded. This consultancy will contribute to strengthening water, sanitation, and hygiene (WASH) and medical waste management in healthcare facilities on the continent by identifying gaps and existing finance streams for advocacy and increased funding. The consultancy will begin as early as August 2022 through December 2022. This is an outstanding opportunity to work with CDC and technical partners on supporting WASH in Uganda. To apply, please send a statement of qualifications (e.g., Curriculum Vitae or resume), writing sample, proposed consultant approach, workplan and budget, and other required supplemental information to mbello@cdcfoundation.org.

View the WASH Health Financing Consultant Announcement


 

Please note that the CDC Foundation is not a traditional grantmaking foundation. We are not an endowed foundation, and we do not accept or respond to unsolicited proposals.

For information on how to find and apply for grants from CDC and other federal agencies, please visit grants.gov. If you are looking for opportunities to do business with CDC, please visit fedbizopps.gov.