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Title: DEER IMPACT MANAGEMENT AND POPULATION STUDY
Procurement
Parks and Recreation (DPR)
24 West 61st Street, 3rd Floor, New York, NY 10023
Christopher Miao
phone: (212) 830-7983
email: christopher.miao@parks.nyc.gov

Accessibility questions: Christopher Noel, 718-760-6831, Christopher.Noel@parks.nyc.gov, by Thursday, January 24, 2019 2:00 PM

Wheelchair Accessible
Archived
Services (other than human services)
Negotiated Acquisition
1/3/2019 - 1/9/2019
Solicitation

PIN#84619N0001 - Due: 2/8/2019 5:00 PM

In accordance with Section 3-01 (d) of the PPB Rules, NYC Parks is making a special case determination that it is not practicable or advantageous to the City to use Competitive Sealed Bidding or Competitive Sealed Proposals to procure services for the Deer Impact Management and Population Study as outlined in the specifications included in the solicitation document.

NYC Parks has made the determination to use the Negotiated Acquisition procurement method (§3-04) for this solicitation since it is not practicable and/or advantageous to award a contract by competitive sealed bidding or proposals in accordance with Sec. 3-04(b)(2)(ii) of the PPB rules - there are a limited number of vendors available and able to provide the work.
Description
NYC Parks is soliciting Expressions of Interests from vendors to conduct ongoing research in order to continue the City’s population control study by surgically sterilizing male deer via vasectomy on Staten Island and to provide an estimate of Staten Island’s deer population. This work will inform the City’s management decisions by providing information on the abundance and distribution of deer on Staten Island and the effects of surgical sterilization of male deer on population.

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