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Doing Business with DEP

Starting on July 1st, 2016, email will be the default means of communication for City agencies’ Invitations for Bids (IFBs), Requests for Proposals (RFPs), and their notices of availability. Learn more

DEP is the largest construction agency in the City, awarding more than $1 billion in contracts for construction, construction related services and engineering services annually. The resources below provide information about upcoming bids, requests for proposals, mentorship programs, and other guidelines to ensure DEP and its vendors are in compliance with the Rules of the Procurement Policy Board and the Charter of the City of New York.






Agency Procurement Pipeline
By identifying upcoming bids and RFPs that have not yet been advertised, the Procurement Pipeline is a resource to assist potential bidders and proposers in planning for future work. This report will be updated on a bi-weekly basis.
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Resources

Resources and Information – M/WBE Programs
DEP has compiled the following information to aid vendors and contractors – pre-qualified lists for architects and engineers and FAQs regarding sealed bids, consultant services, and minority/women-owned business enterprise.
Frequently Asked Questions
M/WBE Frequently Asked Questions


Bid Results

Upcoming Bids, Plan Holders Lists and Bid Results
Vendors may use this link to obtain a list of upcoming bids at DEP, a list of plan holders and bid results. For more information, please call DEP's Bid Room at 718-595-3265.
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Request for Proposals (RFP)
DEP’s open RFPs (RFPs for the general public) are published in the City Record and posted on the City Record Website.
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Knowledge Reservoir
The ePMIS Knowledge Reservoir is an online project delivery system that establishes a framework for standardized project delivery throughout the project life-cycle and is based on City and DEP policies and procedures as well as best practices in the industry. The Knowledge Reservoir contains:

  • Standard Operating Procedures and supporting documentation
  • Design and Project Delivery Manuals
  • Specifications
  • Environmental Health & Safety Policies
  • Organizational Charts
  • Consultant Open House Presentations

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The Procurement and Sourcing Solutions Portal (PASSPort)
PASSPort is a new online procurement tool brought to you by the Mayor’s Office of Contract Services (MOCS). PASSPort makes it easier for vendors to submit and keep disclosure documents up-to-date. It also allows agencies to make determinations for contract awards and complete performance evaluations online. For additional information, email the PASSPort support team at passport@mocs.nyc.gov.
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SBS

NYC Construction Mentorship
The NYC Construction Mentorship program helps certified Minority and Women-owned Business Enterprise (MWBE) construction firms bid and perform on City contracts. The program provides certified construction firms with greater access to City construction opportunities, a customized growth plan developed with a construction management firm, management classes, and on-the-job training services for contract winners.
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DEP

Project Labor Agreements
In November 2009, Mayor Bloomberg and the Building and Construction Trades Council announced a series of Project Labor Agreements (PLAs) applicable to City capital projects. One of the PLAs is specific to DEP’s renovation and rehabilitation of buildings and structures.
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