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Current RFPs: Week of January 2, 2015

If you are interested in pursuing business opportunities pertaining to procurement, please contact Mark Thompson and Tunisha W. Walker.

The following Request for Proposals have been recently issued by City government:

Learning Management System (LMS) Application 

January 15, 2015– The Office of the New York City Comptroller is issuing this Request for Information (RFI) to invite responses and gather information regarding options for modernizing the City’s contract invoicing and payment processes. The Comptroller’s Office seeks information regarding new technologies and approaches to inform the transition of the invoice submission, review, and approval processes from their mostly paper-based current state to an electronic solution in a secure, scalable, and cost effective manner. You must register to download a copy of this RFI. Questions about the RFI as well as expressions of interest in a potential pre-submission conference may be sent to RFI@comptroller.nyc.gov. Questions about the RFI are due by January 5, 2015. Please send expressions of interest in attending a potential pre-submission conference by December 22, 2014.

Learning Management System

January 15, 2015 – Please submit all responses in electronic form – PDF format via email, addressed to the person listed. All emails should have a subject line tag. A copy of the RFI can be downloaded from the City Record Online site at www.nyc.gov/cityrecord.

PLEASE NOTE: This request is for informational purposes only, and a contract award will not result from the responses received to this RFI.
The agency will not reimburse any interested party for costs incurred in the preparation of a response, related discussions or presentations in connection with this RFI.

Electronic Contract Invoicing Solutions

January 16, 2015– The Office of the New York City Comptroller is issuing this Request for Information (RFI) to invite responses and gather information regarding options for modernizing the City’s contract invoicing and payment processes. The Comptroller’s Office seeks information regarding new technologies and approaches to inform the transition of the invoice submission, review, and approval processes from their mostly paper-based current state to an electronic solution in a secure, scalable, and cost effective manner. You must register to download a copy of this RFI. Questions about the RFI as well as expressions of interest in a potential pre-submission conference may be sent to RFI@comptroller.nyc.gov. Questions about the RFI are due by January 5, 2015. Please send expressions of interest in attending a potential pre-submission conference by December 22, 2014.

Litter Basket Manufacturing

January 21, 2015– SBIDC has entered into an agreement with New York City Council to oversee the design, manufacturing and placement of 10 litter baskets in three neighborhoods in Council District 38: Sunset Park, Windsor Terrace, and Red Hook, Brooklyn. SBIDC seeks a qualified local vendor to manufacture the litter baskets.

SBIDC will evaluate the best responses and choose the most qualified local vendor. 10 litter baskets will be completed. Each litter basket will have a distinct neighborhood name fabricated within them. The distribution of the litter baskets will be as follows: two in Red Hook, two in Windsor Terrace, two in Sunset Park (4th Ave.), two in Sunset Park (5th Ave.), and two in Sunset Park (8th Ave.).

Heat-2015

January 22, 2015 – DEP seeks a consultant to implement the HEAT program for the summer months of 2015 and 2016. During the summer months, certain NYC neighborhoods experience a high volume of illegally opened fire hydrants. Illegally fire hydrants pose risks to the community because not only do they lower water pressure needed for firefighting and local household use but high pressure jets of water also pose a danger to children. In response to the problem, the Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) in partnership with the Department of Youth and Community Development`s Summer Youth Employment Program, developed a community-based education and outreach program called the Hydrant Education Action Team (HEAT). Under this program, outreach teams canvass communities in an effort to educate targeted neighborhoods about the dangers of illegally opened fire hydrants.

RFP for Events on Governor’s Island

February 2, 2015– Governors Island Corporation d/b/a The Trust for Governors Island (“The Trust”) is issuing this request for proposals (this “RFP”) to seek proposals from producers, organizations, or sponsors (hereafter “Respondents”) to host public, ticketed or private Events (as hereafter defined) in one of two areas on Governors Island: (i) the area known as the West Development Zone (“West Site”), or (ii) the parking lot area adjacent to Soissons Dock (the “Soissons Site”).

• Respondents may propose a term of either one year or two years.

• The West Site and the Soissons Site may be referred to collectively as the “Sites” or individually as a “Site”. The Sites are described in further detail later in this RFP.

• For purposes of this RFP, Events shall include, without limitation, concerts, exhibits, festivals, theatrical events, catered events, restaurants, artistic performances and other types of entertainment, cultural or artistic productions.

• Respondents may propose for either Site or both Sites. If a Respondent desires to submit a proposal for both Sites, it must submit a separate proposal for each Site.

• The winning Respondents to this RFP will be issued a permit (“Permit”) from The Trust and each may be hereafter referred to as the “Successful Respondent” or the “Permittee”.

Please note that while The Trust will review proposals for both Sites, the Trust will not issue a Permit for both Sites to a single Respondent. Additionally, the Trust will reserve the right to not issue Permits for substantially the same use for both Sites and regardless would not issue the same use for both sites (for example, two Permits would not be issued for concerts) without the mutual consent of both proposers.

During the Permit Term, a Permittee will be allowed:

(a) not more than 20 event days of more than 2,000 people between May 15th and October 15th of each of each year; and

(b) an unlimited number of event days of up to 2,000 people, subject to the same restrictions for amplified sound as established elsewhere in this RFP.

(c) access to the Island for loading in, setting up, or breaking down the event without that access counting towards Permittee’s number of event days.

Given the critical importance of Governors Island continuing to operate as primarily a public space and public resource, The Trust is seeking proposed uses that will complement and be consistent with the public character of the Island and cause minimal impacts to Island operations, as well as to Manhattan, Brooklyn, and surrounding areas. The Trust reserves the right to reject proposals that it deems as compromising to the public enjoyment of the Island.

Immigrant Services

February 3, 2015 – DYCD is proud to release the Immigrant Services ESOL/Civics Request for Proposals(RFP) through the HHS Accelerator system to those organizations prequalified in the relevant service areas. Likewise, proposals must be submitted through the HHS Accelerator system in the manner set forth in the “Procurements” section of the system by those same prequalified organizations. Go to www.nyc.gov/hhsaccelerator to learn more.

In this RFP, the Department of Youth and Community Development (DYCD) is seeking appropriately qualified not-for-profit organizations to provide English as a Second Language instruction in the context of civics to New York City’s adult immigrant population.

It is anticipated that the term of the contracts awarded from this RFP will be from July 1, 2015 to June 30, 2018 with an option to renew for three additional years.

The pre-proposal conference for this RFP will be held on January 12, 2015 at 10:00am-12:00pm and at 2:00pm-4:00pm at 2 Lafayette, 14th floor Auditorium New York, NY 10007.

The due date for responses to this RFP is February 3, 2015.

If you have questions about this solicitation please send an email to rfpquestions@dycd.nyc.gov indicating Immigrant Services in the subject line or call (212) 513-1820.

Mayor’s Youth Leadership Council

February 17, 2015– DYCD is proud to release the Mayor`s Youth Leadership Council (MYLC) Request for Proposals(RFP) through the HHS Accelerator system to those organizations prequalified in the relevant service areas. Likewise, proposals must be submitted through the HHS Accelerator system in the manner set forth in the “Procurements” section of the system by those same prequalified organizations. Go to www.nyc.gov/hhsaccelerator to learn more.

In this RFP, the Department of Youth and Community Development (DYCD) in collaboration with the Young Men’s Initiative (YMI) is seeking an appropriately qualified organization to deliver the Mayor’s Youth Leadership Council (MYLC) program to high school aged youth. The MYLC offers a small group of 20 high school students the opportunity to formulate a change agenda for The City of New York in a policy area of their choice and to present their recommendations to the Mayor. It is anticipated that the term of the contracts awarded from this RFP will be from July 1, 2015 to June 30, 2018 with an option to renew for three additional years.

The pre-proposal conference for this RFP will be held on January 13, 2015 at 10:00am at 2 Lafayette, 14th floor Auditorium New York, NY 10007. The due date for responses to this RFP is February 17, 2015, 2:00pm. If you have questions about this solicitation please send an email to rfpquestions@dycd.nyc.gov indicating “MYLC Educational Support” in the subject line or call (212) 513-1820.

On-Call Management Consultant Services

February 19, 2015-New York City Economic Development Corporation (NYCEDC) is seeking a consultant or consultant team to provide on-going, on-call management and/or economic development consulting services for various NYCEDC, IDA and/or City initiatives and studies including strategic planning and economic and policy analyses. Topic Areas for analysis include economic research and analysis; economic development strategic planning and evaluation; operations and business process analysis, organizational design, and change management; real estate development analysis; partnership design and option development; and implementation and project management.

NYCEDC will retain a number of on-call consultants to provide Services within each Topic Area, and will procure Services from the retained consultants from time to time using individual Project Assignments.

Non-emergency Permanent Supportive Congregate Housing for Chronically Homeless Single Adults Living With Aids or Advanced HIV Illness

March 20, 2015– The Human Resources Administration (HRA) is seeking appropriately qualified vendors to operate and maintain the remaining 394 units of permanent supportive congregate housing for chronically homeless single adults who are living with HIV/AIDS and who suffer from a co-occurring serious and persistent mental illness, a substance abuse disorder, or a Mentally Ill Chemical Abuse (MICAS) disorder.

This is an “Open-Ended” RFP; therefore, proposals will be accepted and reviewed on an ongoing basis until all units covered by this RFP are sited.

JFK North RFEI

April 1, 2015-New York City Economic Development Corporation (NYCEDC) is seeking a consultant or consultant team to provide on-going, on-call management and/or economic development consulting services for various NYCEDC, IDA and/or City initiatives and studies including strategic planning and economic and policy analyses. Topic Areas for analysis include economic research and analysis; economic development strategic planning and evaluation; operations and business process analysis, organizational design, and change management; real estate development analysis; partnership design and option development; and implementation and project management.

NYCEDC will retain a number of on-call consultants to provide Services within each Topic Area, and will procure Services from the retained consultants from time to time using individual Project Assignments.

NYCEDC plans to select a consultant on the basis of factors stated in the RFP which include, but are not limited to: the quality of the proposal, experience of key staff identified in the proposal, experience and quality of any subcontractors proposed, demonstrated successful experience in performing services similar to those encompassed in the RFP, and the proposed fee

 

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