The NYC Department of Records and Information Services (DORIS) is committed to meeting the City's goals for the participation of SBS-certified Minority and Women-owned Business Enterprises (M/WBEs) in the award and performance of goods and services contracts. These goals are satisfied by the award and prompt payment of contracts, subcontracts, and direct purchases with M/WBEs.  Visit the attached links to learn more about the M/WBE program and how to get certified.


What Kind of Services Do We Purchase?
DORIS procures a wide range of goods and services, including: Photo Digitization; Preservation and Archival Supplies; Conservation Supplies; Computers and Printers; General Office Supplies; Scanning and Digitization Services; Building Maintenance; Cleaning Contracts; Boiler/HVAC Maintenance; IT Services; General Business Services; Catering and more. To learn more about DORIS and our work, visit here.


Doing Business with DORIS
Bid Directly on our Projects

DORIS posts bidding opportunities on our agency website, the Mayor's Office of Contract Services website and in the City Record. The Request for Proposals lays out the scope of the project. If you can perform the majority of this work, please consider submitting a bid.

For smaller purchases, DORIS solicits bids directly from qualified vendors. If you are an SBS-certified M/WBE, make sure we know about you and the goods/services you offer. Please contact procurement@records.nyc.gov if you think your firm and the work we do are a good match.


Current Opportunities- M/WBE Non-Competitive Small Purchase Method (Purchases up to $500k)

  • DORIS has printing needs to promote our newest exhibit. Postcards will need to be printed.
  • Post-construction cleaning services needed in the late summer/early fall of 2020
  • Ongoing need for archival boxes
  • DORIS has an ongoing need for catering services for public events. Interested catering vendors should send a menu with pricing to procurement@records.nyc.gov
  • DORIS is planning an MWBE Open House event for December 2020. At the event vendors may meet the M/WBE Officer/Procurement Analyst at DORIS; learn more about DORIS’ purchasing profile; pitch DORIS’ team and educate DORIS on current vendor service offerings. Look for more information in Summer 2020.


MWBE Consultant
: The Department of Records and Information Services (DORIS) seeks a technology consultant to work with an expert team guiding New York City agencies in the transition to digital records management and implement an enterprise-wide Electronic Records Management System (ERMS).
 
The consultant will be working 20 to 40 hours a week and undertake the following:

  • Act as a system administrator/superuser for the ERMS system.
  • Work with the third-party vendor and participate in all project-related activities including business requirement gathering, system testing, and user training.
  • Work on all technical aspects of ERMS with the Department of Information Technology and Telecommunications (DoITT) and participating agencies’ teams.
  • Perform system configuration and make any necessary system changes based on business requirements.
  • Provide citywide end-user system support and conduct post-project business user training.
  • Develop end-user documentation and training materials.
  • Track user permissions and rights within ERMS based on work objectives and position authorization. 

Individuals with experience using the OpenText Content Suite product or a similar content management system and those with familiarity with information management principles strongly preferred.
The consultant should have experience implementing and managing an enterprise-wide project and possess a strong knowledge of current and emerging technologies.

Please send all resumes to DProcurement@records.nyc.gov only the selected candidate will be contacted via email.


For More information on the NYC M/WBE Program Contact or Visit:

Mayor’s Office of M/WBEs
212-748-0297
Contact@mwbe.nyc.gov
https://www1.nyc.gov/nycbusiness/mwbe?page=contact-us