Vendor Contract Opportunities

Vendor Contract Opportunities

HPD issues small and large contracts for a variety of opportunities to work with the City. All vendors who intend to do business with HPD or any other City agency are required to complete an online disclosure form through PASSPort. Learn more about doing business with HPD. 

Large contracts (over $100,000) are awarded through the issuance of competitive sealed bids; negotiated acquisitions and requests for proposals. The contract 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.

For some large contracts, vendors may be required to submit bid security at the time of bidding, and Payment and Performance Bonds upon contract award. In addition, there are insurance requirements for general liability coverage, worker's compensation and automobile liability outlined in the bid package. Contractors must factor into their bid prices all costs associated with applicable insurance and bonding requirements as well as factors of inflation.

Bid packages are available to contractors at a non-refundable cost of $25.00. However, prospective contractors may review bid documents at the offices of HPD if they do not wish to purchase them.

HPD strongly encourages prospective bidders to attend a pre-bid conference. Contractors are also reminded that bid opening times are strictly adhered to and that concessions are not usually granted for late submission of bids.

HPD received bids on September 30, 2020 for Installation of Sidewalk Sheds – 2 Awards to cover all boroughs.  Bids were opened and read out publicly, via Webex meeting. Recording of the Bid Opening  The unofficial, as-read bid results are at Bid Tabulation Document. Bids are subject to correction, as well as evaluation as to their responsiveness to the terms of the solicitation.  Bidders considered for award are subject to a determination of their responsibility to receive award(s).

Current Opportunities

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CBO Outreach Services for HUD Lead Grant Program


HPD is issuing a Request for Qualifications (RFQ) in response to HUD's release of its 2020 Notice of Funding Availability (NOFA) for Lead Hazard Reduction Grants. HUD Lead Hazard Reduction 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.

If its application is successful, HPD anticipates the new HUD Lead Hazard Reduction Grant starting late in calendar year 2020; and intends to work with Community Based Organization(s) to undertake outreach to local building owners and residents in Brooklyn and the Bronx. The selected CBO may from time to time be required to provide services to building owners in Manhattan, Queens and Staten Island.p>

Interested parties may request an RFQ from Sarah Hovde, Lead Hazard Reduction & Healthy Homes Program Director at

Please note two critical dates: You may send inquiries about the RFQ via E-MAIL only to: no later than August 11th, 2020; and your application/response is due by August 28th, 2020, 3:00 PM to HPD. Responses must be emailed to: . Further information is provided in the RFQ.

SANBORN MAP UPDATES - Sole Source - Available only from a single source - PIN# 80620S0001  

HPD intends to enter into a Sole Source contract with The Sanborn Map Company, Inc. The vendor will deliver, maintain and update digital geo-referenced raster imagery data and PDF maps that are used by the Environmental units, Sandy residency Build It Back program, architects and engineers from Building and Land Development Services, planners, developers and Services of Office of Development.p>

Click the following link to access the notice on the City Record Online (CROL):

Please email your concerns and bid to:

Gaurav Channan, Deputy Agency Chief Contracting Officer

New York City Department of Housing Preservation and Development

100 Gold Street 8B06 New York, NY 10038