Federal Contract Vehicles
WestEd has a task order contract through 2020 with the General Services Administration under the Professional Services Schedule (PSS). All federal agencies may procure work with WestEd through this vehicle. Visit our Professional Services Schedule (PSS) page for more information about the services WestEd offers through this schedule.
WestEd is an approved vendor on the Department of Education Technical Support Services Blanket Purchase Agreement, providing a range of services and expertise in the areas of technical assistance, research, evaluation, and data analysis. WestEd is also an approved vendor on the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Program Support Center Task Order. Services that WestEd offers under this indefinite delivery/indefinite quantity task order contract include: data analysis and support services, evaluation design studies and data collection, performance measurement, policy assessment and analysis, program assessments, and technical assistance.
Subcontracting With Small Businesses
WestEd is pleased to work in partnership with a diverse group of small businesses, including historically underutilized business zone (HUBzone) small businesses, as well as disadvantaged, women-owned, veteran-owned, and service-disabled veteran-owned small businesses. If you are interested in exploring a partnership with WestEd, please send an email that includes information about your company’s expertise and capabilities to WorkWithWestEd@wested.org.
Current Requests for Proposals (RFPs)
WestEd is seeking applications for consultants specializing in the area of disabilities and delays for infants and toddlers – apply by May 22nd!
WestEd is requesting applications from professionals, trainers, consultants, community educators, technical assistance providers, ESIT providers, etc. who have a passion for sharing knowledge regarding developmental delays or disabilities impacting infants and toddlers, holding racial equity, disability justice, and family-centered practices as the foundation for learning opportunities, facilitating multidisciplinary spaces, and engaging in deep learning with others in the birth-to-three field.
Deadline for Electronic Submission (required) of Proposals: An electronic version of the proposal must be received no later than May 22, 2023 at 5 p.m. PST. Electronic copies must be delivered via email to Diana de la Lanza at firstname.lastname@example.org. Proposals will be accepted on a rolling basis after this if additional facilitators and consultants are needed.
A recording of the May 1, 2023 informational session and a list of FAQs is available here.
WestEd is seeking applications for consultants who are interested in supporting prenatal-to-five (P-5) providers – apply by June 29th!
WestEd is requesting applications from community-based professionals, trainers, knowledge sharers, consultants, community educators, etc. who have an interest in supporting prenatal-to-five (P-5) providers in ways that can transform systems and practices for our youngest children in multidisciplinary spaces by engaging in deep learning with others in the field. We want you to join us for the Cultivating P-5 Community-Based Facilitators (CCBF) Program. The Program is a Workforce Development initiative that supports King County’s P-5 community members who seek to share wisdom, learning, and practice in their communities and beyond. Through mentorship and facilitated discussions the program hopes to build culturally responsive skills and practices associated with the three foundational topics: (1) healthy child development, (2) infant and early childhood mental health, and (3) racial equity.
This RFA contains background information on Best Starts for Kids and WestEd and outlines specific information that must be included in the applications submitted. Applications must be submitted online via this link and be received no later than 5pm PST on June 29, 2023 to be considered for the 2023 (July) – 2024 (April) cohort.