The Landmarks Preservation Commission (LPC) periodically solicits various goods and services to assist the agency in carrying out its mission.
Email is the default means of communication for LPC’s Invitations for Bids (IFBs), Requests for Proposals (RFPs), and other notices of availability. Notifications by paper mail, fax, hand delivery, or otherwise, are only available upon request to LPC’s Agency Chief Contracting Officer (ACCO) at the contact information below. The agency uses the Ordering E-mail Addresses that have been provided by vendors in the Payee Information Portal (PIP) for all upcoming solicitations or notifications. Your Ordering Email Address will be used by the City for notification and solicitation purposes. To ensure that the City has your up-to-date email address, it is advised that you log into PIP and review this information.
Establishing a PIP account can provide your business with additional benefits such as allowing you to view your financial transactions with the City and enrolling in the citywide bidders lists based on commodity code.
If you have any difficulty creating or updating your account in PIP, please reach out to LPC’s ACCO. If you need further assistance, please contact the Mayor’s Office of Contract Services (MOCS).
Agency Chief Contracting Officer (ACCO)
Please feel free to contact the ACCO with specific questions about LPC purchasing.
|Office Supplies and Equipment||Goods||To be announced|
|Translation Services||Standard Services||To be announced|
|Stenographic and Court Reporting Services||Standard Services||To be announced|
|Facade Restoration||Construction||To be announced|
|Windows Restoration/Replacement||Professional Services||To be announced|
|Editorial Services||Professional Services||To be announced|
|Historic American Building Survey (HABS) photographic documentation||Professional Services||To be announced|
Although LPC spends a very small dollar amount on procurement of goods and services, we strongly support the Citywide initiative to provide opportunities for M/WBE firms. Occasionally, LPC might make non-competitive small purchases of up to $500k directly from certified M/WBEs. Opportunities for M/WBEs using this method will be posted on this website as they arise.
To become a certified M/WBE vendor doing business with the City and LPC, please refer to New York City Small Business Services. The Department of Small Business Services (SBS) can also help you select the right commodity codes for your business. For more information, take a look at the SBS Subcontractors Resource Guide.
The Mayor’s Office of Contract Services (MOCS) launched a new online procurement tool, the Procurement and Sourcing Solutions Portal (PASSPort), moving VENDEX online. PASSPort makes it easier for vendors to submit and keep disclosure documents up-to-date. PASSPort will allow Agencies to make determinations for contract awards and complete performance evaluations online. Visit nyc.gov/passport for updates on PASSPort, which is being released in phases. For additional information, email the PASSPort support team at email@example.com.