This page includes information about grants, loans, bid opportunities and funding that is available from DHHS. This is not an all-inclusive list.
Most competitive bid opportunities are published by the State Purchasing Bureau, however some may be listed here.
ADDENDUM AGeneral Terms - Subawards
ADDENDUM BInsurance Requirements - Subawards
ADDENDUM CBusiness Associates Agreement - Subawards
ADDENDUM AGeneral Terms - Service Contracts
DHHS Grievance/Protest Procedures
On October 19, 2020, Governor Pete Ricketts announced a second round of Community CARES grant programs to help Nebraska's charitable organizations and care providers respond to the COVID-19 pandemic. The grants are being funded by the federal Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security (CARES) Act. They are designed to aid Nebraska charitable organizations and licensed providers by providing working capital; provide community programming for COVID-19 response; provide resources for child care providers and religious centers; and fund organizations focused on food and housing security.
The State of Nebraska seeks to prequalify a pool of contractors able to provide Agile application or platform development and deployment agile application development services to implement the iServe Nebraska, and/or legacy modernization services to incrementally enhance the existing benefits eligibility and enrollment system (N-FOCUS) functionality, to deliver a modern and improved user experience.
Opening date: January 5, 2021, continuous thereafter.