FHI 360 posts solicitations to support our global programs and operations. Solicitations are for professional services, short-term and long-term consulting assignments, and commercial goods and services.
FHI 360 procurement processes are aligned with U.S. Government regulations and principles. While FHI 360 assures and documents 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 FHI 360 contractors with specialized skills and knowledge. FHI 360 engages Consultants on an "as needed basis" to perform specific tasks within a specific period of performance. Consultants are contracted through an FHI 360 Agreement, which outlines a Scope of Work and FHI 360 Consultant Terms and Conditions.
- FHI 360 Consultant Terms and Conditions (English) (PDF)
- FHI 360 Consultant Terms and Conditions (Arabic) (PDF)
- FHI 360 Consultant Terms and Conditions (French) (PDF)
- FHI 360 Consultant Terms and Conditions (Portuguese) (PDF)
- FHI 360 Consultant Terms and Conditions (Spanish) (PDF)
Solicitations for goods and services
FHI 360 posts procurement opportunities for goods and services needed for program work at their U.S. and global field offices. Procurement opportunities for FHI Partners, our subsidiary organization, are also available.
- FHI 360 Standard Purchase Order Terms and Conditions (English) (PDF)
- FHI 360 Standard Purchase Order Terms and Conditions (Arabic) (PDF)
- FHI 360 Standard Purchase Order Terms and Conditions (French) (PDF)
- FHI 360 Standard Purchase Order Terms and Conditions (Portuguese) (PDF)
- FHI 360 Standard Purchase Order Terms and Conditions (Spanish) (PDF)
- FHI Partners Standard Purchase Order Terms and Conditions (PDF)
Small business opportunities
The U.S. Government has established criteria to determine the eligibility of small businesses to participate in small business programs. Reference this criteria in the below links:
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 System for Award Management (SAM) database, it will need to do so in order to be eligible for procurement opportunities that become available with FHI 360. When registered with SAM, 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 the FHI 360 web site are not intended as offers nor should in any way be construed as a business relationship with the user. Solicitation responses or proposals and quotes, or any other form of offer do not constitute a commitment by FHI 360 nor commit FHI 360 to pay 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 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 solicitation for goods and services and consultant opportunities, log into our procurement database.