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Office of Medi-Cal Procurement

The Office of Medi-Cal Procurement (OMCP) was established to serve as an internal consulting and advisory group within the Department of Health Care Services to perform major procurements conducted by the Medi-Cal program.  The goal of the OMCP is to ensure that Medi-Cal contracting and procurement procedures are of the highest integrity, and that the competitive bidding processes are employed to the maximum extent required by law.

Important Message Regarding CAL ePROCURE / Fi$Cal: 

The California State Contracts Register (CSCR) has moved to the Cal eProcure / Fi$Cal website. It is highly recommended that entities who wish to contract with the State of California complete registration for the Cal eProcure/FI$Cal system in order to be notified of contracting opportunities, and ultimately be compensated for contractual work through the Fi$Cal payment system as it continues to be implemented.  OMCP will be using this system for many future RFP/IFB releases that may no longer appear on this site.

Mission

To partner with Medi-Cal programs by providing exemplary procurement services.

Vision

Trusted, Innovative, Professional Partners

Core Values

Innovative: Our performance incorporates new and creative methods while maintaining best procurement practices and effective use of technology.

Initiative:  We cultivate the ability to make decisions and think strategically.

Knowledgeable:  We maintain a high degree of expertise, information and skill in the use of the bid models for DHCS's Medi-Cal procurements.

Professional:  Our performance reflects high standards of knowledge, skill, competence, and character.  We will demonstrate ethical behavior, model integrity, maintain honesty and ensure responsibility in all that we do.

Teamwork:  Our partnerships are inclusive and cooperative.

 
 ​Active Procurements & Links ​Procurement Status
CA Medicaid Management Information System (CA-MMIS) (RFP #16-93438) * Protest determined - Contract awarded to DXC Technologies Services, LLC
​CA-MMIS Healthcare Payer Modular Solutions RFI (RFI #17-002) ​Request for Information Submission Period Closed
Medical Interpretation Services Study (RFP #18-95092) * ​Notice of Intent to Award Released​
​Medi-Cal Managed Care RFP-RFA Schedule ​Future Schedule Released (as of 05/16/2017)
​Other Health Coverage Identification & Recovery (RFP #17-94451) * ​Contract Awarded
​​Prostate Cancer Treatment Program (RFP #16-93293) * ​Contract Awarded
Short-Doyle/Medi-Cal Review-Psychiatrist (IFB #18-95070) & Review-Licensed Mental Health Professional (IFB #18-95073) * Contracts Awarded
​Community Prevention Initiative (RFP # 18-95300) * ​Contract Awarded
​Mental Health External Quality Review Organization (EQRO) (RFP # 18-95312) * ​Request for Proposal Released
Nonmedical Transportation RFI (RFI # 18-002) * ​Request for Information Released
Diabetes Prevention Program​ RFI​ (RFI # 18-003) * ​​Request for Information Released

 

* RFP released to the California State Contracts Register (CSCR) on the Cal eProcure / Fi$Cal website.  Click the project link above and follow the instructions contained in the calendar event for this release to download the RFP from the CSCR.  Also note the IMPORTANT message above concerning this subject. 

 Potential Upcoming Procurements​ Date​​ Informational Links
​ FAQ's
​​ Medi-Cal Estimates
DVBE
HIPAA

Contact OMCP

Office of Medi-Cal Procurement
1000 G Street, 4th Floor
Sacramento, CA  95814
(916) 552-8006
Please email your questions, comments or concerns to omcprfp0@dhcs.ca.gov.
 
If you are looking for general information on the Medi-Cal program, wish to apply for Medi-Cal, or have questions about your Medi-Cal account, please visit the Medi-Cal home page.  You may also call your local county health/social services office.
 
For information on direct contracting with the State of California, please visit the Department of General Services homepage.  
 
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Last modified on: 12/14/2018 3:16 PM