The Wisconsin Department of Health Services (DHS) is a large state agency that operates 15 offices, institutes, and facilities with 6,100 employees statewide. DHS is responsible for a variety of programs, including public health, mental health and substance abuse, Medicaid, long-term care, nursing home quality assurance, and a variety of other programs that support DHS’s mission of protecting and promoting the health and safety of the people of Wisconsin. DHS is the largest state agency when it comes to total spend.
Are you interested in doing business with the Wisconsin Department of Health Services (DHS)? DHS values your expertise and welcomes you to apply for contract or grant opportunities that result in the Department's mission of protecting and promoting the health and safety of the people of Wisconsin.
For more information on doing business with DHS, please visit the following Doing Business with Wisconsin Department of Health Services publication. This publication includes specific information on diverse supplier programs with the State of Wisconsin, including information on how to get started.
For additional business opprtunities with DHS, please visit the below links:
See information on Current Grant Funding Opportunities.
Procurement opportunities for all State of Wisconsin Agencies, including DHS, for goods and services can be found at eSupplier. If you register for eSupplier you can receive notification of opportunities in your area of interest. The system allows you to search and respond to solicitations online.
VendorNet provides procurement opportunities for the UW System and Wisconsin municipalities. It also provides general information on how to do business with the State; including names, addresses, and telephone numbers of State agency procurement staff. You may also register for VendorNet to receive notification of opportunities posted in this system.
To obtain information regarding a specific record(s), please submit an Open Records Request to DHSProcurement@wisconsin.gov. For additional information, refer to Open Records-Notice of Public Records Access.