Strengthened by the Boston Public Health Commission’s two hundred years of leadership in public health, our Infectious Disease Bureau strives to reduce the impact of infectious diseases, prevent morbidity associated with these diseases, and create healthier lives for the residents of Boston.
Work within the Infectious Disease Bureau includes disease surveillance, investigation of cases and outbreaks, funding a continuum of HIV/AIDS-related education and care through the Ryan White HIV/AIDS Treatment Modernization Act, community and provider education related to other communicable diseases, and the operation of a tuberculosis (TB) clinic.
From sexually transmitted infections to influenza and West Nile Virus, we provide a wealth of information related to preventing and treating infectious diseases, and we hope you’ll take advantage of the resources offered here.
Education and Community Engagement Division-Upcoming Funding Opportunity
This RFP looks to provide community-based prevention services, using the best science currently available to demonstrate its effectiveness. Our goal is to serve a broad spectrum of individuals including those groups who are at higher risk of experiencing health disparities, including but not limited to: MSM (both young [25 and under] and older [50+]), Transgender, those with IDU/SUD, Deaf and Hard of Hearing individuals, those who are homeless or struggling with home/food insecurity, those with mental and/or behavioral health issues, those engaging in commercial or survival sex practices, and those with health disparities.
RFP documents may be downloaded from the BPHC website: http://www.bphc.org/rfp
after 12:00 noon on March 15th
. The RFP will NOT
be mailed to any applicants. It will NOT
be available for pick-up at the Commission.
During the week following the release of the RFP there will be a Bidder's Conference to review the document and to answer any questions from potential applicants. The conference will be held March 20th
at the Boston Public Health Commission, 1010 Massachusetts Ave, Hayes Conference Room, 2nd Floor. Following the Bidders' Conference, BPHC will allow prospective applicants to submit, in writing, follow-up questions for one week. All questions and answers will be posted to http://www.bphc.org/rfp
by 12:00 Noon
on Wednesday, March 27th
. After this, BPHC will have no further communication with prospective bidders.
For agencies interested in submitting a proposal for this RFP, a letter of intent (LOI) is required
to be submitted on March 29, by 12:00pm
. LOI submissions may be emailed to:
Dr. Jenifer Jaeger at email@example.com
or faxed to 617-534-5905
Proposal must be received by Friday, April 12th, 2019, 12:00 p.m.
at the BPHC, 2nd floor reception desk. Late submissions will not be considered.
(last updated on 2/14/2019)