Contracting and Professional Service Opportunities​​

We partner with many private and nonprofit organizations that provide various types of professional services in support of our mission to meet the diverse needs of Los Angeles. Our committed group of contractors range from social services agencies to information technology professionals. Funding for these contracts comes from local fee funds, as well as private, State and federal grants that are approved by the Mayor and the City Council on an annual basis. 

OSHA Staff Training RFP

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Mandatory Proposers’ Conference (via webinar only): Thursday, March 16, 2023 2:00 p.m. -4:00 p.m. (PT)

Proposal Submission Deadline: Monday, April 24. 2023 at 5:00 p.m. (PT) (via email submission only)

This RFP seeks to solicit qualified organizations/contractors for the purpose of providing mandatory occupational health and safety training for 145 inspection personnel in compliance with provisions of Memorandum of Understanding No. 5 (Inspectors Unit).  


The Contractor and/or any assigned staff must be an authorized CAL/OSHA Construction Industry Outreach Trainer having successfully completed the Construction Industry Outreach Trainer Program from an authorized OSHA Training Institute Educational Center. The Contractor/assigned staff will provide occupational health and safety training, conduct audits, compliance reviews, and provide consulting services on an as-needed basis to the Los Angeles Housing Department.


To learn more about this opportunity, and to download the RFP, please visit: and search for RAMP ID: 205079

Pre-RFP Site Design Analysis RFP

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Mandatory Proposers’ Conference (via webinar only): Thursday, February 9, 2023 2:00 pm-4:00 pm (PT)

Proposal Submission Deadline: Monday, March 20, 2023 at 5:00 pm (PT) (via email submission only)

LAHD seeks qualified vendors to provide site design analysis services. The selected contractor should have experience in designing affordable and accessible housing and experience in evaluating innovative new housing designs and construction costs for multifamily housing developments using various materials (traditional, modular, fabricated, etc.) The selected
contractor should also have knowledge of key affordable housing development elements including but not limited to key elements of Low Income Housing Tax Credit funded projects, housing design needs for homeless and aging populations, design requirements of the various Community Plans throughout the City of Los Angeles, and best practices in housing design.

To learn more about this opportunity, and to download the RFP, please visit: and search for Opportunity ID: 205066

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