FHI 360 recruits individuals for short- and long-term consulting work and posts solicitations for goods and services to support our programs and operations.
Our procurement process meets — and in certain instances, exceeds — U.S. government regulations and principles. While we assure and document competition and fair treatment of vendors during the procurement process, decisions are made in the best interest of FHI 360 and in compliance with the regulations of our funding organizations.
Consultants are persons who are not FHI 360 employees, but are independent contractors with a specialized skill and knowledge who are engaged on an "as needed basis" to perform specific tasks within a specified duration. A consultant must be able to sign an agreement and is responsible for his/her own working environment.
Solicitations for goods and services
Goods and services procured in support of FHI 360 programs and operations include items such as books, communications, health related products and interventions, information technology, research, school supplies, security, training and vehicles.
Small business opportunities
Criteria have been established to determine the eligibility of small businesses to participate in small business programs. To learn more, read the definitions used by the U.S. government:
Although FHI 360 does not have a mandatory set-aside program, our small business outreach includes:
- Small business evaluation preference opportunities
- Posting of potential small business opportunities to registered small businesses
If your small business has not yet registered with the Central Contractor Registration (CCR) database, it will need to do so in order to be eligible for procurement opportunities that become available with FHI 360. When registered with CCR, your business will receive a DUNS Number, an identifier you should use when applying to opportunities posted on our website.
Announcements displayed or accessed through this site are not intended as offers nor should in any way be construed as creating any kind of business relationship with the user. All costs in responding to or acting on any notice herein shall be borne by the user. Solicitation or proposals, quotes, or any other form of offer does not in any way constitute a commitment on the part of FHI 360 nor does it commit FHI 360 to pay for the costs incurred in the submission of a proposal.
Vendors and subcontractors are hereby notified of their obligation to annually file a Standard Form 100: Equal Employment Opportunity Employer Information Report EEO-1 (EEO-1 Report) with the Joint Reporting Committee of the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission:
EEO-1 Joint Reporting Committee
P.O. Box 19100
Washington, DC 20036-9100
For general questions regarding FHI 360 procurement, please email ProcurementDC@FHI360.org.
For specific questions regarding listed FHI 360 procurement opportunities, please contact the FHI 360 staff person identified in the solicitation announcement or document.
For FHI 360 staff
To post a consultant opportunity, log into our Recruiting Management System (RMS) for hiring managers.
To post a solicitation for goods and services, log into our procurement database.