RFPs & RFQs: Doing Business With SPC
Due to the nature of professional services required for SPC’s transportation and economic development studies and activities, much of our procurement is for consultant professional services through an RFQ/RFP (Request for Qualifications/Request for Proposals) process, the details of which are provided in the individual solicitations.
How do I find information about contracting opportunities?
Contracting opportunities including RFPs (Request for Proposals) and RFQs (Request for Qualifications) are posted on SPC’s website here: http://www.spcregion.org/rfp.shtml.
What is the procedure to be notified of contracting opportunities?
If you would like to make SPC aware of your agency and would like to receive information about RFQs/RFPs when SPC needs to acquire a service/product that you provide, please fill out an online Supplier Registration Form.
You may also print the Supplier Registration Form and return it to SPC:
By Mail to:
Southwestern Pennsylvania Corporation
Attn: Suppliers List
Two Chatham Center, Suite 500
112 Washington Place
Pittsburgh, PA 15219
By Fax to:
Attn: Suppliers List
By email to:
Subject: Suppliers List
For general questions regarding contracting opportunities, please contact Vince Massaro, Finance Director, email firstname.lastname@example.org or phone (412) 391-5590.
All technical questions specific to an RFP/RFQ must be submitted electronically via e-mail to the contact person identified for technical questions within each individual RFP/RFQ. No answers will be given over the phone. Written answers, including any amendments to the RFP/RFQ, if necessary, will be posted on the SPC website and will also be e-mailed or mailed to each firm that requested an electronic or printed copy of the RFP/RFQ by the date identified within each individual RFP/RFQ.
Third Party Contract Provisions
In accordance with SPC policy and compliance with the federal regulations, the Standard Federal Provisions listed below apply to purchase orders and procurements funded in whole or in part with Federal Transit Administration funds.
Details of the provisions listed below are available here.
|No Federal Government Obligations to Third Parties (Use of Disclaimer)
|False or Fraudulent Statements or Claims – Civil and Criminal Fraud
|Access to Third Party Contract Records
|Changes to Federal Requirements
|Civil Rights ( Title VI, ADA, EEO, except special DOL construction clause)
|Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (DBEs)
||Contract awarded on the basis of a bid/proposal offering to use DBEs
|Incorporation of FTA Terms
||Per FTA C 4220.1F
The above do not apply to micro-purchases ($3,000 or less), except Davis-Bacon requirements apply to construction contracts exceeding $2,000.
Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (DBE) Program
We encourage DBE participation. In order to be recognized as a DBE qualified for official consideration as part of the contract proposal, a supplier/contractor must be certified by the Pennsylvania Unified Certification Program (PAUCP) at the time of bid/proposal submission. Please visit the PAUCP website at http://www.paucp.com/ for more information.
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