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The information below represents current procurement solicitations (IFB, RFP, etc.) offered by Veolia Transportation Services, Inc., and is intended to assist bidders/proposers to identify potential procurement opportunities.
Please read all instructions carefully to ensure your firm can comply with the requirements before you respond to any particular solicitation.
All responses are due at or before the date & time shown in the solicitation. We cannot accept late submissions. It is the bidders/proposers responsibility to ensure the most complete and current version of the solicitation, including any addenda, is received and acknowledged accordingly.
Organization: Veolia Transportation Services, Inc.
Location: Garden City, New York
Closing Date: June 20, 2013, 01:00 PM (Eastern)
Veolia Transportation Services, Inc. is soliciting quotations from qualified vendors to provide firm, fixed pricing for a quantity of ten (10) laptops. Contract term shall be for one (1) month from date of contract award. A contract will be awarded to the lowest, responsive and responsible bidder and prices shall remain firm throughout contract term. DBE Participation Goal for this procurement is 0%.
All questions must be submitted to Procurement Department’s point-of-contact by 12-noon EST on Tuesday, June 18, 2013. Responses (answers) will be provided to all vendors receiving RFQ packets. Quotations must be received on or before Thursday, June 20, 2013, 01:00PM EST by via email, hard copy or fax.
The Procurement Dept’s Point-of-Contact is Email: Andrea.Martinez@veoliatransdev.com or Fax to Attn: (RFQ No. V1252): 516-794-8670.
Interested bidders should request, in writing, a copy of the RFQ Documents from Ms. Andrea Martinez, Procurement Associate, at Email: Andrea.Martinez@veoliatransdev.com. She may be contacted at phone number: 516-542- 0100, x 4317.
Funding support for this project is provided through a financial grant from the Federal Transit Administration (FTA). In accordance with 49 Code of Federal Regulations (CFR) Part 26, participation of Disadvantage Business Enterprises (DBE) in all aspects of this federally funded contract will be encouraged and supported.