Doing Business

Doing Business with the Department of Human Services

The Kenosha County Department of Human Services (KCDHS) does business with independent agencies and contractors in a number of different settings. Most business transactions between KCDHS and independent agencies are based on the department's need to provide services to individuals in the community. Independent agencies may compete to provide such services through the request for proposal (RFP) process. As a general guideline KCDHS RFP's are announced and made available through this website. 



Kenosha County Department of Human Services, Division of Workforce Development, Job Center Services is announcing Purchase of Service Request for Proposals (RFP), awarded on a competitive basis for: 1) WIOA Business Solutions Services and 2) WIOA One Stop Operator Services.

If you are interested in submitting a proposal for the aforementioned services, select the following link: Register to Access RFP Files.  Also see below for additional RFP information.

When registering be sure to include a current email address, as you will receive a confirmation email response with further instructions. If you experience difficulty in receipt of response emails after registering at the above link, please check your spam/email filters, as the filter may not recognize the response email address and my automatically move the email into your spam/junk mail.


PROPOSAL DUE DATE/TIME: MAY 10, 2017 by 3:00 PM Local Time

POSTING OF ADDENDUM: April 21, 2017 - Select below to access.

Print,  sign, and return the Addendum with your proposal.

   Required RFP Documents - Select below to access.

RFP Noted Resource Links - Select below to access.

Other General Information - Select below to access.

Civil Rights Compliance
A 2014-2017 Civil Rights Compliance (CRC) Letter of Assurance (LOA) is required of all contracted providers, no matter the number of employees, nor the amount of funding received.  The LOA must be submitted to the KCDHS Office of the Director, Contract Management. Contractors with 50 or more employees, and who also receive $50,000 or more in funding, must also have a completed Civil Rights Compliance Plan (CRC) plan in place. The CRC must be made available upon request by any State of WI or Kenosha County representatives. 

The CRC instructions and templates are available at:

Additional Civil Rights Compliance information is available at: