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Title: RFI FOR NEW YORK CITY BURIAL PROGRAM
Procurement
Dept Of Social Svcs/Human Resources Administration (HRA)
Office of Contracts
150 Greenwich Street (4WTC), New York, NY 10007
Anna-Kay Blackwood
phone: (929) 221-7313
email: eiscontracts@hra.nyc.gov

Accessibility questions: Vincent Pullo, 929-221-6347, by Wednesday, October 30, 2019 2:00 PM

Blind or Low Vision Accessible Wheelchair Accessible
Current
Human Services/Client Services
Request for Information
9/23/2019 - 9/27/2019
Solicitation

PIN#RFI09232019 - Due: 10/30/2019 2:00 PM

Description
The City of New York (“the City”) by and through its Department of Social Services/Human Resources Administration (“HRA or the Department”) invites interested vendors to respond to this Request for Information (“RFI”) to help inform the expansion and redevelopment of the City’s indigent burial program to address the need for respectful and responsible disposition of remains of indigent and unclaimed deceased New York City residents (thereafter referred to as “Disposition of Remains”). Further, the RFI is being used to gather information regarding the current marketplace for Disposition of Remains services, including but not limited to burial services inclusive of transportation, interment or crematory fee schedules as well as alternative burials such as cremation and environmentally friendly burials. Additionally, information is requested regarding the availability of cemeteries or land in the New York metropolitan area for the purposes of disposition of remains, including any associated grave maintenance or perpetual maintenance costs as well as grave opening and closing fees. RFI for New York City Burial Program document can be accessed at:
http://www.nyc.gov/hra/contracts
Vendor Source ID:95070

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