phone: (212) 306-4539
Accessibility questions: Worthington Johnson (718) 707-5231 Worthington.Johnson@nycha.nyc.gov , by Friday, February 3, 2017 2:00 PM
PIN#64803 - Due: 2/28/2017 2:00 PM
Interested firms are invited to obtain a copy on NYCHA`s website. To conduct a search for the RFP number; vendors are instructed to open the link: http://www1.nyc.gov/site/nycha/business/isupplier-vendor-registration.page. Once on that page, please make a selection from the first three links highlighted in red: New suppliers for those who have never registered with iSupplier, Current NYCHA suppliers and vendors for those who have supplied goods or services to NYCHA in the past but never requested a login ID for iSupplier, and Login for registered suppliers if you already have an iSupplier ID and password. Once you are logged into iSupplier, select “Sourcing Supplier,” then “Sourcing” followed by “Sourcing Homepage” and then reference the applicable RFP PIN/solicitation number.
Suppliers electing to obtain a non-electronic paper document will be subject to a $25 non-refundable fee; payable to NYCHA by USPS-Money Order/Certified Check only for each set of RFP documents requested. Remit payment to NYCHA Finance Department at 90 Church Street, 6th Floor; obtain receipt and present it to the Supply Management Procurement Group; RFP package will be generated at time of request.
Each Proposer is required to submit one (1) signed original and six (6) copies of its Proposal package. In addition to the paper copies of the Proposal, Proposers shall submit one (1) complete and exact copy of the Proposal on CD-ROM or a Flash drive in Microsoft Office (2010 version or later) or Adobe pdf format. The original signed hard-copy must be clearly labeled as such. If there are any differences between the original and any of the copies (or the electronic copy of the Proposal), the material in the hard copy original will prevail.
The Services shall also include transportation of all NYCHA Property to the auction facility, storage of the NYCHA Property and performance of customary auction-related duties, including, but not limited to, pre-sale advertising to the general public, and conducting the auction with appropriate personnel, security, accounting, insurance and post-sale organization and reporting and in accordance with applicable laws, rules and regulations, including NYCHA’s Standard Procedures.