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Annual Procurement Indicator Report
In Fiscal 2013, New York City procured more than $16.5 billion worth of supplies, services and construction, through more than 40,500 transactions. Each year the Mayor’s Office of Contract Services (MOCS) publishes the Annual Procurement Indicator Report summarizing key data reflecting the procurement activities of those Mayoral agencies governed by Chapter 13 of the New York City Charter and the rules and regulations of the Procurement Policy Board (PPB).
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Construction Project Procurement Pipeline
Construction projects that City agencies expect to bid out during the next 12 months are listed here. The projects are listed by agency within the calendar quarter the agency expects to release its bid. This construction project pipeline report is intended to be a resource to assist contractors in planning for future work and is updated every February, May, and October.
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Human Services Plan
Each year, City agencies publish plans describing proposed procurement actions for their human service program contracts. These plans are updated frequently to reflect how agencies are doing in ensuring that contracts are registered in a timely manner to prevent any lapse in service.
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Concept Reports
City agencies are required to issue a detailed concept report prior to the release of a Request for Proposals (RFP) that establishes a new client services program or a substantial reorganization of an existing program. These reports describe such things as changes in geographic areas to be served, evaluation criteria, and service design. Concept reports, together with the comments received from the public, are used by agencies to draft the subsequent RFP.
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Appeals and Determinations
Pursuant to PPB rules, the City may award contracts only to responsible vendors. Such determinations of responsibility are made by the awarding agency on a contract-by-contract basis; appeals are heard by MOCS. A complete list of all responsibility determinations is maintained by the New York Law School Center for New York City Law.
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VENDEX Instructions
By law, vendors under consideration for award of contracts must have complete VENDEX questionnaires for their organizations and principals. The completed questionnaires assist City agencies in making responsibility determinations.
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Access to Publicly Available Information
MOCS provides public access to the VENDEX system, which contains extensive information about City contracts and contractors. The NYC Vendor Search online database contains useful data from the VENDEX system.
Visit the Public Access Center to view and print VENDEX information
Search online for publicly available VENDEX information