Contract Opportunities

The New York City Department of Housing Preservation and Development (HPD) issues large contracts for a variety of opportunities 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 Payee Information Portal (PIP) is a service that allows firms to become a payee/vendor for the City of New York. It allows you as a vendor to manage your own account information, view your financial transactions with the City of New York, and much more. PIP portal is your gateway to allowing you to do business. 

  • If your orgnization does not have a PIP Account, please refer to the PIP Actication Guide for help on how to create one. 
  • For a step by step guide on how to update your Ordering email address in PIP and to confirm that it is the default address, please access the Default Ordering Address in PIP Guide.
  • For any additional information on PIP Account maintenance please consult the PIP Account Tutorial.

HHS Accelerator

HHS Accelerator is an online-system designed to improve the City's contracting process. The System provides centralized access to the City's Human Service funding opportunities and the ability to complete financial transactions. There are four major components to HHS Accelerator:

The Document Vault: is a secure, Web-based filing cabinet that enables you to easily store and share documents with the city and other organizations. The Document Vault may be used by any provider of Client and Community-based Services, even those without contracts with the City. Sharing happens within the system and providers control which organizations can see documents and can remove access as necessary.

Prequalification: streamlines the collection of basic documentation into a standard Business and Service application. Prequalification is valid for 3 years.

The Procurement Roadmap: provides a central location where all Health and Human Service RFPs (Request for Proposals) are published. Providers download all documents associated with the RFP, submit proposals, and track award status via the roadmap.

Financials: allows for electronic management of financial transactions. Providers and participating Agencies manage budgets and invoices and track payments in the system. The following New York City Agencies utilize HHS Accelerator to manage contract budgets, invoices, and payments.

For more information about HHS Accelerator, including background materials, user guides and video tutorials, please visit the HHS Accelerator website.

Current Opportunities

COMPUTER HARDWARE MAINTENANCE - Competitive Sealed Bids - PIN# 80618B0002 - Due 11-28-18 at 1:00 P.M.

HPD seeks to obtain a vendor to perform Computer Hardware Maintenance, details can be found in the Information for Bids (“IFB”). IFB documents are available for free download: https://a856-cityrecord.nyc.gov/RequestDetail/20181017001. Paper copies of the bid documents are available for $25 non-refundable convenience fee (Certified Check/Money Order payable to “NYC Dept of HPD”): 100 Gold Street, 8th Floor, Room 8A144, New York NY 10038. Please feel free to contact Maria Gomez at email address: ItContracts@hpd.nyc.gov or phone number: 212-863-6995, with any questions or if special accommodations are required to pick up solicitation documents by people with disabilities.

It is highly recommended that interested parties attend the non-mandatory Pre-bid Conference on 11/07/18 at 11:00 A.M. at 100 Gold Street, 8th Floor, Room 8-B11, New York NY 10038. Contract will be subject to all provisions required by Federal, State and local statutes, rules and regulations.


 

Request for Qualifications : Demolition of 1- To 4- Family Homes Substantially Damaged By Hurricane Sandy in Queens, Brooklyn, and Staten Island

This Request for Qualifications (“RFQ”) is being issued by Project Rebuild, Inc. (“PRI”) to establish a Pre-Qualified List (“PQL”) of demolition contractors that demonstrate the requisite experience to furnish all labor, materials, and equipment to perform demolitions of 1- to 4- family homes that were substantially damaged or destroyed by Hurricane Sandy in Queens, Brooklyn and Staten Island. The non-emergency property demolitions are being carried out as part of PRI’s responsibilities in administering the Build-It-Back Single-Family Acquisition, Buyout, and Resettlement Incentives Program (“Program”).  The Program is being administered by PRI with oversight from the Mayor’s Office of Housing Recovery Operations (“HRO”) and NYC Department of Housing Preservation and Development (“HPD”).

Qualified demolition contractors are encouraged to take advantage of this opportunity and submit a response to this RFQ detailing their credentials to be added to the PQL.  Once approved, the qualified demolition contractor will be invited to submit bids for a home or cluster(s) of homes that detail all demolition and associated services as consistent with the Scope of Work detailed in the Rider A of the RFQ.  Selected contractors will be selected by identifying bids that are of the best value and most advantageous to the Program based on the lowest price.  It is important to note that not all contractors deemed qualified will be selected to participate in the Program.

Request for Qualifications : Demolition of 1- To 4- Family Homes Substantially Damaged By Hurricane Sandy in Queens, Brooklyn, and Staten Island
Issue Date: September 17, 2018
Submission Due Date: October 8, 2018

If you have any questions, please send them to: info@neighborhoodrestore.org


 

CORRECTION: ACQUISITION OF LANGUAGELINE CLARITY - MACROSIMPLIFICATION® - Sole Source – Available only from a single source - PIN 80619S0001 (previously identified as  8062019001746) - Due 9-11-18 at 5:00 P.M.

 

The NYC Department of Housing Preservation and Development (HPD) intends to enter into a sole source negotiations for acquisition of LanguageLine Clarity - Macrosimplification with Language Line Services, Inc.. Any firm who believes it could also provide this requirement is invited to email or submit letter to Gaurav Channan, Deputy Agency Chief Contracting Officer channang@hpd.nyc.gov

Click the following link to access the notice on the City Record Online (CROL): https://a856-cityrecord.nyc.gov/RequestDetail/20180830001 


 

 Request for Expressions Of Interest ((RFEI) – HPD Ready To Rent Housing Ambassador Services

HPD seeks expressions of interest from non-profit organizations who provide assistance and education to affordable housing lottery applicants. Please download the RFEI and return it by 9/10/18 at 4:00pm via email to Jenna Benferhat at  ambassadors@hpd.nyc.gov. Organizations interested in this funding are invited to a pre-submission conference call Friday, August 31, 2018 at 10:00am, in which HPD will answer questions related to the program. Conference line #: 1-866-702-0238. Participant code: 9624099#.

 

Interested organizations may also submit questions about this funding via email until 4:00pm on Wednesday, September 5, 2018 to ambassadors@hpd.nyc.gov. HPD will provide a written summary of the questions and responses to all interested organizations in advance of the submission deadline.  


 

 Request for Expressions Of Interest ((RFEI) – HPD Ready To Rent Housing Ambassador Services – Addendum #1

 

HPD is issuing Addendum #1 to the REQUEST FOR EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST – HPD READY TO RENT HOUSING AMBASSADOR SERVICES which contains two sections.  The first section (Part I) indicates the changes being made to the RFEI.  Of particular note, the due date for submissions has been extended to September 12, 2018.  The second part (Part II) are questions and answers either received during the Pre-Submission Conference call conducted on August 31, 2018 or received after the Pre-Submission Conference.

 

Download Addendum #1 to the Request for Expression of Interest –HPD Ready to Rent Housing Ambassador Services FY 19  


Past Contract Opportunities 

 

RFEIs, RFPs, RFQs

RFEIs, RFPs, RFQs