Doing Business With NHA
Neighborhood House Association’s (NHA) Procurement department manages the contracting and acquisition of all goods and services necessary to support the day-to-day operations of the organization, while maintaining the agency’s initiative to help others achieve a better quality of life. Procurement oversees all sourcing across the agency, including preparation and processing of requisitions, as well as receipt and approval of invoicing. The department offers a multitude of opportunities for businesses to participate, from automotive repairs to carpet installation to printing services and much more. NHA’s Procurement department is committed to obtaining goods and services in an efficient and cost-effective manner.
*Vendors will not be considered if they are on the federal exclusions list. Visit the EPLS website to view the current federal debarment list.
How To Become Qualified As A Business Vendor At NHA
It is the policy of NHA to provide for open and free competition. NHA welcomes and encourages all businesses to become a part of the procurement process. This includes small, minority-owned and/or women-owned businesses, as well as disabled vendors. NHA spends approximately $11.7 million annually on various small business purchases in San Diego County.
In order to qualify to do business with NHA, the following are required:
- A valid tax identification number
- Exclusion from national debarment list
- Valid business license
*As a federally funded organization, certain projects require that NHA adhere to federal guidelines. Specific guidelines will be provided for each project. For small businesses and minority vendors, click on one of the links below to find out more about how to obtain certification.