Bids and contracts
Find information about contracting opportunities with HCA. View current requests for proposals (RFP), requests for application (RFA), requests for information (RFI), requests for quotes and/or qualifications (RFQ) (RFQQ), and related amendments, attachments, exhibits, and additional materials.
HCA posts all sole source contracts and some other contract documents on this page. (RFA, RFI, RFP)
For all bid opportunities, visit the Washington Electronic Business Solution (WEBS).
For a copy of a sole source contract please contact HCAProcurements@hca.wa.gov.
|Vendor name||Services to be provided||Start and end date of contract||Total amount of contract|
|Train for Change Inc.||Provision of 52 virtual ASAM Criteria trainings for providers on ASAM Criteria, to allow easier transition to the managed care program, better match length of treatment provider to the needs of the client, move to varied length of stay, support continuous quality improvement in clinical skills, and provide improved outcomes for HCA clients.||
Date of Execution to September 30, 2021
|First DataBank Inc.||HCA needs to use data exclusive to First DataBank (FDB) for supporting the Apple Health Preferred Drug List (AH PDL) and for internal analytics related to drug pricing reviews including analyzing data, including supporting the programs described in RCW 43.71C and RCW 41.05.420(3).||
Date of Execution to June 30, 2024
|Washington State Council on Problem Gambling||To provide problem gambling and gambling disorder specific services which includes problem gambling provider and responsible gaming training, outreach and prevention efforts focusing on the treatment of problem gambling and gambling disorder with a targeted population of youth, adults, and seniors.||
July 1, 2021 to June 30, 2023
|Lighthouse Software Systems, LLC.||
Contractor will provide a dual enrollment verification system with disaster preparation.
August 1, 2021 to July 31, 2022
|Micronesian Islander Community (MIC)||HCA requires translation services of outreach materials for Apple Health (Medicaid) and ongoing sponsorship efforts of COFA Islander Health Care established by Substitute Senate Bill 5683 and COFA Islander Dental Care established by Engrossed Senate Bill 5274 Translations of materials are required in the following languages: Marshallese, Palauan, Yapese, Chuukese, Kosraean and Pohnpeian.||
March 8, 2022 or DOE to March 31, 2023
|Winifred S. Hayes, Inc.||Annual subscription that allows HCA employees to access licensed health technology assessment information.||
April 19, 2022 to April 18, 2023
Northwest Portland Indian Health Board (NPAIHB)
|Development of Tribal and urban Indian organization Certified Peer Counseling Program that serves both American Indian/Alaska Native (AI/AN) individuals and non-Tribal community members.||Upon Execution to March 14, 2023||$200,000.00|
|Health Management Associates (HMA)||
For the Contractor to provide data analytics on the utilization patterns of Medicaid clients with behavioral health (BH) and substance use disorder (SUD) diagnosis compared to those who do not present BH/SUD diagnosis. This needed work is to be done to comply with the HB 1477 requirements.
|DOE to January 31, 2023||$49,560.00|
|Youth MOVE National||
Technical assistance (TA) to Family Youth System Partner Round Tables (FYSPRTs) and connected youth serving systems to evaluate and improve youth engagement and leadership in alignment with Washington State Children’s Behavioral Health Principles, T.R. Settlement Agreement/Wraparound with Intensive Services, and the Regional FYSPRT Manual.
October 1, 2022 to September 30, 2023
|Nurse Disrupted, Inc.||
To create a wireframe strategy, timeline and budget for creating a connected Washington State through Epic products and organizations in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
|October 5, 2022 to December 31, 2025||$210,000.00|
|Advocates for Human Potential||
For the development of an e-learning, module style training program on the principles of Wellness Recovery Action Plan (WRAP)©. Wellness Action Recovery Plan (WRAP)© is a SAMHSA recognized evidence-based practice which provides a specific tool for people to recognize when they are entering crisis, and thus allows them to divert or reduce the impacts of crisis.
|November 15, 2022 to March 14, 2023||$70,000.00|
|Child Health and Development Institute of Connecticut, Inc||
Technical support for the Mobile Response Stabilization
|Date of Execution to June 30, 2023||$150,000.00|
Small businesses and businesses owned by minorities, women or veterans are encouraged to compete for business with the State of Washington. For more information:
- The Office of Minority and Women's Business Enterprises
- The Washington State Department of Veterans Affairs, Veteran-Owned Business Certification