Scientific Workforce Diversity Management Consulting Services
|Agency:||Department of Health and Human Services|
|Level of Government:||Federal|
|Posted Date:||Oct 5, 2017|
|Due Date:||Oct 23, 2017|
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Added: Oct 05, 2017 1:37 pmWithin the Immediate Office of the Director, NIH Scientific Workforce Diversity (SWD), which is now 3 years old, is made up of a team of operations, programmatic, and communications staff members with expertise in biomedical, behavioral, and social science, as well as data analytics. Six are Ph.D. level, 4 are Masters level, and 2 are professionals with extensive government experience in communications and executive support. The office has evolved during the past 3 years and staff assignments and workloads have shifted in the context of increasing demands to achieve the SWD mission. The need for team building and management consultation has increased because of this evolution.
The overarching responsibility for SWD is to ensure the effective coordination of diversity efforts across NIH extramural and intramural programs, using innovative and data-driven approaches that are designed to enhance diversity in the scientific workforce rapidly and sustainably. SWD is achieving its mission through the following strategic goals: 1) Expand scientific workforce diversity as a field of inquiry. 2) Build and implement evidence related to diversity outcomes. 3) Understand the role of sociocultural factors in biomedical recruitment and retention. 4) Sustain nationwide workforce diversity with seamless career transitions. 5) Promote the value of scientific workforce diversity.
The SWD staff collaborate internally and with an array of external partners across NIH, other federal agencies, and non-governmental entities to achieve the SWD mission. The team covers a broad mandate of responsibility that requires efficiency in performance and high communication skills to meet the demands of multiple projects and tasks. Projects may be conducted collaboratively with other NIH partners or may be conducted from within SWD depending on the depth, breadth, and focus. An example of internal collaboration occurs within the SWD communications team efforts which involve partnerships with the National Institute of General Medical Sciences, the NIH office of Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion, trans-NIH committees, and the Department of Health and Human Services headquarters. In addition, the SWD serves in a leadership and coordinating role across NIH insofar as the COSWD serves as the chair or co-chair of key leadership committees, along with other NIH senior scientific leaders.
The purpose of this requirement is to procure staff and executive level teambuilding and coaching consultant services, and expertise in the use of an evidence-based assessment tool to cultivate a cohesive teamwork ethic, improved communication, trust, and team performance. The team training services will be provided at the NIH in Bethesda, MD.
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October 5, 2017
Contracting Office Address :
6011 Executive Blvd
Rockville, Maryland 20852-3804
Place of Performance :
The primary place of performance shall be NIH headquarters, Bethesda, Maryland. Conference calls and email shall be the primary mode of communication for planning in-person training sessions that will be convened at government facilities in Bethesda, MD. Coaching sessions for executives may be conducted either in person or via teleconference or videoconference technology.
Bethesda, Maryland 20814
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