HPD issues large contracts for a variety of oppotunities to work with the City. The opportunities listed below are advertised through the City Record. Contractors are encouraged to register with the City Record to view opportunities on a daily basis.
The Concept Paper is a precursor to the forthcoming New York City Department of Housing Preservation and Development (“HPD” or “Department”) Housing Litigation Division (“HLD”) Certification of No Harassment (CONH) Pilot Program Request for Proposal (RFP). The CONH program was initiated in 1974 for the Special Clinton District and was expanded over the years to cover Single Room Occupancy (SROs) and additional Special Zoning Districts. The goal of this program is to provide enhanced investigation capability to the Department’s existing capacity in light of the passage of Local Law #1 of 2018 which expands the requirements for a CONH to properties meeting the criteria outlined in the law. The underlying rationale for the program is to disincentivize owners of buildings throughout the City and in specific re-zoning areas that meet specific criteria as set forth in the legislation from harassing tenants to leave their apartments. Building owners seeking permits from the NYC Department of Buildings (DOB) to materially alter or demolish their building must first obtain a CONH. The intent of Local Law #1 of 2018 is to create a time-limited CONH pilot program and allow for a meaningful evaluation of the program’s accuracy and efficacy in addressing harassment in buildings in particular geographic areas.
REQUEST FOR QUALIFICATIONS (“RFQ”)
2017 LEAD HAZARD REDUCTION DEMONSTRATION GRANT PROGRAM
HPD is issuing a Request for Qualifications (RFQ) in response to HUD's announcement, in 2017, of its intention to award a Lead Hazard Reduction Demonstration (LHRD) Grant to the City of New York. HUD Lead Hazard Reduction Demonstration Grants provide funding for the HPD Lead Hazard Reduction and Healthy Homes Program (also known as the Primary Prevention Program). The Program offers federally funded grants for lead treatment to owners of single and multifamily buildings constructed prior to 1960.
HPD anticipates the new HUD LHRD grant starting in Summer 2018; and intends to work with Community Based Organization(s) to undertake outreach to local building owners and residents in specific neighborhoods listed in the RFQ.
Interested parties may request an RFQ from Jay Bernstein, Deputy Agency Chief Contracting Officer, at JB1@hpd.nyc.gov.
Please note two critical dates: You may send inquiries about the RFQ via E-MAIL only to Jay Bernstein at JB1@hpd.nyc.gov no later than May 16, 2018; and your application/response is due by May 25, 2018, 2:00 PM to HPD. Further information is provided in the RFQ.
Thank you in advance for your consideration of this matter.
AWARD SOFTWARE TECHNICAL SUPPORT - Sole Source - Available only from a single source - PIN# 80618S0001 - Due 4-16-18 at 12:00 P.M.
The NYC Department of Housing Preservation and Development (HPD) intends to enter into a sole source negotiation for the provision of a technical support agreement to include troubleshooting and software updates/upgrades to Foothold Technology`s AWARDS web-based case management system. AWARDS updates and troubleshooting are required to support HPD`s shelter case management services including client tracking, rehousing plans, case notes, incident reports, client demographics, census reporting, HRA reimbursement processes, lien processing, and Homeless Management Information System (HMIS) reporting and compliance.
AWARDS is the intellectual property of Foothold Technology, licensed to HPD. Any firm who believes it can provide this technical support requirement and is licensed by Foothold Technology is invited to send a letter or email to the HPD contact person listed in this notice.
Click the following link to access the notice on the City Record Online (CROL): https://a856-cityrecord.nyc.gov/RequestDetail/20180327001
Please email your concerns to: Gaurav Channan, Deputy Agency Chief Contracting Officer email@example.com
Notice of Intent To Renew Contract
Housing Management & Maintenance Training
Urban Homesteading Assistance Board (UHAB), Inc.
The City of New York’s Department of Housing Preservation and Development intends to exercise its renewal option with Urban Homesteading Assistance Board (UHAB), Inc. for the Housing Management and Maintenance Training contract for the provision of workshop classes, Citywide, The majority of the of the workshops will be held at 100 Gold Street, Manhattan, New York 10038. There shall be several courses that will take place off site in local communities throughout the City. The term of the renewal is from 7/01/2018 to 6/30/2021. The EPIN number for this renewal is 80615I0001001R001. The proposed dollar value of this renewal is $300,000.00. UHAB provides workshop classes in building management to residential building owners and managers; Tenant Interim Lease (TIL) Tenant Association members and officers; and Housing Development Fund Corporation (HDFC) shareholders and Board of Directors. The classes are a combination of Introductory Management Courses, Advanced Management Courses, Certification programs, and Seminars. Services to be provided under this contract would include but not limited to:
Agency Point of Contact regarding provision of a copy of the Contract Summary is:
Mr. Jay M. Bernstein, Deputy Agency Chief Contracting Officer, at E-Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
These procurements are subject to participation goals for MWBEs as required by Local Law 1 of 2013. The contracts are subject to all provisions as may be required by Federal, State and Local Statutes, Rules and Regulations.
Contact Brian C. Saunders, email@example.com, 212-863-6590 or 7995.