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April 18, 2017 | June 26, 2020 | 26,627 total views


LAHSA has launched a process to better evaluate an organization’s ability to administer government contracts.

What it Does

The Request for Statement of Qualifications (RFSQ) for Certification as a Qualified Bidder for LAHSA Funding Opportunities process now replaces the threshold review as a part of our Request for Proposals (RFP) procurements.

What This Means For Your Organization

The RFSQ allows your organization to be evaluated for threshold before applying for an RFP. As a result, this speeds up the RFP timeline by four to six weeks and removes the need to announce failures at a public meeting. If your organization does not get a passing grade, your organization can receive technical assistance from LAHSA to help become certified before applying for an RFP.

Through the RFSQ, LAHSA will certify nonprofit (501c3) social service organizations as qualified bidders to apply to various funding sources for services and housing.

Government agencies do not need to apply through the RFSQ process to be a certified bidder.

Please note

Unless your organization receives HUD Continuum of Care (CoC) Program funds, all organizations that have not passed a threshold review since May 19, 2016, will not be certified and will need to apply through the RFSQ process.

If you have any questions about the RFSQ process, please contact us at

RFSQ Documents




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