Procurement Opportunities

To view current procurement opportunities for goods and services with the New York City Housing Authority, you may also access NYCHA's procurement notices on The City Record.

Planned procurement opportunities (upcoming)

Insurance and Bid Notice Information (RiskWorks)

NYCHA Procurement Policy Manual

Protest Procedure

Awarded Contracts - View all recently awarded contracts, proposals and bid results, updated regularly.

How to Do Business with NYCHA Resource

NYCHA Pre-Qualified Lists 

The Supply Management and Procurement Department oversees all procurement activities, including NYCHA’s Pre-Qualified Lists (PQL).  A Pre-Qualified List (PQL) is a tool that NYCHA will use to qualify vendors and contract goods or services for its developments, streamlining the process for both vendors and NYCHA. NYCHA will publish contracting opportunities, and the PQL will predominantly be used to procure goods or services for those contracts. Vendors who apply to those bids must pre-qualify according to specific criteria, and vendors who are admitted to the PQL can bid on contracts.

View current Pre-Qualified Lists (PQLs) and PQL Requests for Qualifications Applications.

Comprehensive Modernization

NYCHA is launching Comprehensive Modernization, an approach to capital projects that focuses on holistic capital improvements, rather than on separate component-based repairs. Supported by funds allocated by New York City for such projects, this approach will provide top-to-bottom renovations at certain sites to address all pillar areas through exterior and interior building renovations, systems upgrades, and related grounds improvements. These renovations are needed to bring these developments into compliance with the 2019 HUD agreement and will directly benefit the New Yorkers who live there.

This Request for Information for Information is to alert potential bidders of this upcoming program and to seek feedback from the design and construction industry on how future procurements should be structured. This document is asking firms interested in working with NYCHA to   provide information on their firms’ ability and interest to do the work, best practices from other projects/agencies, how they would approach the work, and other critical areas that with assist NYCHA in executing a successful program for Comprehensive Modernization. Firms of different expertise and size are encouraged to participate int his process, especially MWBEs and Section Three Business Concerns.

Working with NYCHA's Energy and Sustainability Department

  • Vendors, contractors, and consultants interested in providing goods and/or services to NYCHA ​for energy and sustainability programs are encouraged to review the information about doing business with NYCHA .
  • Energy Performance Contracting Program: Contractors and suppliers interested in NYCHA EPCs may request information directly from the implementing Energy Service Companies (ESCOs).

Prevailing Wage Schedule

Please see the following links for an up-to-date prevailing schedule. Please note that you, as the vendor, are responsible for being informed of any updates to the Prevailing Wage Schedule.

Proposer Pre-Bidders Conference Attendance List