Project HOPE Awarded Contract by United States General Services Administration
Project HOPE has been awarded a contract by the United States General Services Administration (GSA) under the Mission Oriented Business Integrated Services (MOBIS) schedule. With this award, Project HOPE is now able to offer integrated consulting services to federal, state and county government clients and agencies.
Project HOPE, a global health education and humanitarian assistance organization, has been awarded a contract by the United States General Services Administration (GSA) under the Mission Oriented Business Integrated Services (MOBIS) schedule. With this award, Project HOPE is now able to offer integrated consulting services to federal, state and county government clients and agencies. The five-year contract is effective immediately and has the possibility to be extended up to three times at five year intervals.
GSA establishes long-term contracts with businesses and nonprofit organizations so that federal, state and county governments as well as government agencies have access to millions of products and services at volume discount pricing. These services can be ordered directly from GSA schedule contractors or through the GSA Advantage® online shopping and ordering system. This streamlined process will enable eligible federal, state and county agencies to obtain Project HOPE’s services and be satisfied that the procurement of such services will comply with all applicable federal regulations.
As a GSA MOBIS Schedule Contractor, Project HOPE is now offering a range of services to government agencies to improve their performance in a cost effective way. These services will include public health program planning, survey, audits and evaluations; policy and regulation development assistance, health care studies, economic studies and preparedness studies; facilitation and related decision support services; advisory and assistance services.
“This GSA schedule contract will enable a streamlined process for Project HOPE to offer its integrated consulting services and expertise to government agencies,” said Abbey Ogunwale, Business Proposal Manager at Project HOPE. “We look forward to the opportunities this contract vehicle will offer.”
Project HOPE already works with several United States government agencies to deliver humanitarian assistance to underserved communities throughout the world. With the U.S. Department of State, Project HOPE helps supply needed medicines and medical supplies to impoverished communities in Central Asia. Project HOPE works with the United States Agency for International Development in sub-Saharan Africa on several programs to provide treatment for infectious diseases, health education and support to orphans and vulnerable children. Project HOPE also partners with the United States Department of Defense on several volunteer missions each year to provide health care and health education in Southeast Asia, Africa, Latin America and the Caribbean.
About Project HOPE
Founded in 1958, Project HOPE (Health Opportunities for People Everywhere) is dedicated to providing lasting solutions to health crises, with the mission of helping people to help themselves. Identifiable to many by the SS HOPE, the world’s first peacetime hospital ship, Project HOPE now conducts land-based medical training and health education programs in 35 countries across five continents.