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State Opioid Response Grants – August 2018
DHHS is eligible for up to $45.8 million over two years ($22.8 million per year), for the purposes of increasing access to medication-assisted treatment, reducing unmet treatment needs, and reducing opioid overdose related deaths through the provision of prevention, treatment and recovery activities for opioid use disorder (OUD). Go to the State Opioid Respose Grant page for more information about the grants.

Because of the tight timeframes for solicitations and the resulting contracts for these services, vendors will be asked to turn around applications, proposals, and contracts very quickly.

State Opioid Response Grant Timeline

Please check back frequently for procurement opportunities related to this important program.

Notice to Vendors
Federal Uniform Guidance requires the Department of Health and Human Services (Department) to assess all subrecipients of federal funding for risk of potential contract noncompliance and to monitor identified risks (see 2 CFR 200.300 et seq.). To address these requirements, the Department is implementing a comprehensive monitoring program that will apply to all Federal, State general, or other funded contracts.

As part of the new process, all vendors responding to procurement requests will be required to complete a Management Questionnaire, which includes twenty-two (22) Yes/No questions, and return it with the proposal or application packet. The Department will assess the vendor for risk of potential noncompliance with Federal and/or State law and/or the terms and conditions of the contract.

If any programmatic or financial risks are identified, monitoring provisions will be included in any resulting contract allowing Department staff to monitor those risks throughout the life of the contract. In rare circumstances, the Department may preclude a vendor from selection if the level of programmatic or financial risk present is deemed to be unmanageable.

 
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