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White River Junction VAMC Looking for Shelters to Contract & Partner with for Veteran Homeless &

The White River Junction VAMC is looking for shelters to contract and partner with for the Healthcare for Homeless Veterans Service. The following are the directions for all eligible applicants to submit proposals – please forward on to others as appropriate. Directions for interested VA Shelter Contracts are: • Go to Fed Biz Opps Homepage: • Put in: “Vermont” as the place of performance. • There will be two solicitations posted according to geographical region (look for *Special*Emergency Shelter Homeless Veteran) – please respond to the appropriate solicitation according to the regions posted. • If a potential Vendor as never had a contract with the VHA before, that Vendor must first register with the Central Contractor Registration Database, directions on the solicitation webpage. • You will find the solicitation and attachments to the right of the webpage where the Statement of Work and requests are detailed. • The Contact information for Contracting officer –  Mr. Salvatore Voter is listed at the bottom of webpage. • ***Submissions are preferred to be received by e-mail, but please contact Mr. Voter directly if you prefer to post-mail the bid. • The Solicitations will be available for bids for 30 days, starting July 9th. The last day to submit a complete bid will be August 9th. Please know that the clinical team for Healthcare for Homeless Veterans are not a part of this initial bid process and are unable to assist with submissions. Any questions can be submitted directly to the Contracting Officer listed on the solicitation form. The WRJ VAMC covers counties in both Vermont and New Hampshire. The following counties are the targeted areas for potential Vendors: Grafton, Coos, Essex, Caledonia, Chittenden, Rutland, Windsor, Cheshire, Windham and Sullivan. Leigh M. Smith – Shelter and Transitional Housing Liaison / HUD – VASH/ HCHV Services / COTR – 802-595-9023

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