|RFQQ 2022-022||WSSDA Legal Resources and Supports Roster||7/14/22||9/12/22||Josh Collette|
WSSDA employee benefits packages are offered through the Public Employee Benefit Board (PEBB), and WSSDA employees participate in the Public Employee Retirement System (PERS).
Formed in 1922, WSSDA has grown to include 1,477 locally elected school board directors from across Washington. As a state agency, per chapter 28A.345 RCW, WSSDA supports its members with research-based leadership development resources, policy and legal guidance, and legislative advocacy. This work is of critical importance because school board directors build the future of public education by setting the policy, governance, and budgetary priorities for all of Washington’s 295 school districts serving approximately 1.1 million students.
Equity is foundational to the work of WSSDA. Educational equity can only exist when a student’s level of opportunity and achievement cannot be predicted based on race, characteristics, or circumstances. Therefore, we must identify and eliminate any discriminatory practices and prejudices within our state’s public education system.
The Washington State School Directors’ Association (WSSDA) is an equal opportunity employer.
As an employer, we strive to create an inclusive working environment that respects diverse backgrounds. Individuals from diverse gender, racial and ethnic backgrounds, religions and creeds, and national origins, individuals with any disabilities or the use of a trained service dog or service animal, individuals over 40 years of age, individuals in honorably discharged veteran or military status and individuals of all sexual orientations and gender identities are encouraged to apply. Please include your name and preferred pronouns in your application, to ensure we address you appropriately throughout the application process.
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|RFQQ 2022-009||WSSDA Advocacy Consultant||Closed||Josh Collette|
|RFQ 2021-040||Leadership Development Consultants|
|RFQ 2021-020||Leadership Development Consultants |
|RFQQ 2022-010||WSSDA Long Range Planning & Prioritization Consultant||Closed||Josh Collette|
|RFQQ 2021-002||WSSDA OnBoard Curriculum Development Consultant|
|RFQQ 2020-070||WSSDA Strategic Advocacy Consultant|
|Project No. 2019-155 G (1-1)||WSSDA Office Building|
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|RFQQ No. 2019-083||Communications Consultants|
RFQQ | Q&A
|RFP No. 2019-064||Conference Management|
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|RFQ No. 2019-036||Leadership Development Consultant|
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|RFQQ 2019-022||K-12 Education Policy Consulting|
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|RFQ No. 2018-096|| WSSDA OnBoard Curriculum Development|
Legal Notice | RFQ | Q & A 1 | Q & A 2
|RFP No. 2018-081||Construction Loan|
Legal Notice | RFP | Quick Reference Q&A
|Due 5:00 p.m. June 13, 2018|
Apparent Successful Contractor: Kitsap Bank
|2017 Professional Services Roster|
Notes: WSSDA is now accepting applications for their Professional Services Roster.
Scope: Typical services include numerous disciplines in architectural and engineering, hazardous materials consultants, construction testing and inspection, geotechnical, traffic engineering, commissioning, etc.
|RFQ No. 2017-003||Design-Build services|
Legal notice | RFQ | Addendum
|Due 3:00 p.m. October 30, 2017|
Apparent Successful Contractor: MSGS Architects
|RFQQ No. 2017-002||Parliamentarian|
Legal Notice | RFQQ
|Due 5:00 p.m. June 1, 2017|
Apparent Successful Contractor: Mary Randolph
|RFQ No. 2017-001||Construction Management Services (CMS)|
Legal Notice | RFQ
|Due 4:00 p.m. May 29, 2017|
Apparent Successful Contractor: OAC Services, Inc.