New York City Emergency Management (located at 165 Cadman Plaza East, Brooklyn, New York 11201) is the main office for all procurement activities.
Agency Chief Contracting Officer/Director of Procurement
Deputy Director of Procurement
For general NYC Emergency Management procurement inquiries, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Listed below are Invitation for Bids (IFBs), Request For Proposals (RFPs) and other solicitations available for download, along with any related addenda. You should periodically check this page for any addenda that have been issued, as no other notices will be sent to advise you. Addenda may be issued as late as the day before proposals are due, so you are encouraged to check for addenda until the very last day. Failure to include all addenda in your bids or proposals may cause your bid or proposal to be determined non-responsive and to be excluded from consideration.
The NYC Online Directory of Certified Businesses website provides a comprehensive, searchable tool that will help both city buyers and private entities locate certified Minority and Women-owned Business Enterprises (M/WBEs), Emerging Business Enterprises (EBEs), and or Locally-based Enterprises (LBEs) throughout the New York City tri-state area. Visit the NYC Online Directory of Certified Businesses to find detailed information on certified companies, including a brief description of their work history, contact information, and detailed information about what the companies sell.
The Unprecedented #OpportunitiesRising bill (S6418A/A8407) was officially signed into law by Albany. New York City certified M/WBEs will now be able to better compete and grow their businesses to benefit communities across all five boroughs. The new state law will increase NYC agencies' discretionary spending limit for goods, services and construction purchases from M/WBEs to $500,000. The bill will also create mentor-protégé programs within the NYC Department of Design and Construction (DDC) — which will provide M/WBEs with individualized on-the-job training and guidance to grow their capacity and thrive. Finally, the law enables City agencies to create pre-qualified lists for M/WBEs. Formerly, the discretionary spending limit for all City vendors was $35,000 for construction and $20,000 for goods and services. In 2017, through advocacy efforts led by Mayor’s office of M/WBEs, along with the entrepreneurs themselves and M/WBE champions in the state legislature, the discretionary amount for goods and services purchases from M/WBEs was increased from $20,000 to $150,000.
Certified M/WBE vendors who wish to receive additional information on any of the above and/or future available contract opportunities, should email email@example.com.
Access the Subcontractor Resource Guide.
The Payee Information Portal is a service that allows you, as a payee/vendor for the City of New York, to manage your own account information, view your financial transactions with the City of New York and much more.
Access the City's Payee Info Portal (PIP).
The New York City Mayor's Office of Contract Services (MOCS) has launched the Procurement and Sourcing Solutions Portal (PASSPort), a new procurement system that will replace the paper-VENDEX process. Please visit the PASSPort website to learn more about the system and sign up for briefings.
You can access the PASSPort website by visiting NYC.gov/passport.
You can register for training by visiting NYC.gov/passport.
Organizations that fall into any of the following categories are encouraged to enroll in PASSPort:
Contact MOCS at firstname.lastname@example.org to receive additional information and support.