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Important Notice to Bidders/Proposers

Bids will no longer be received at the 3 Stone Street – Bid Suite location of MTA Bridges and Tunnels/Triborough Bridge and Tunnel Authority.  Beginning Tuesday, October 11, 2011, all Bids and Proposals will be received only at the 2 Broadway Mail Center.

Bids and Proposals can be delivered by hand or by messenger at the 2 Broadway Mail Center’s entrance, which is off the loading dock at the side of the building and can be reached from Marketfield Street.  Bidders must allow sufficient time prior to the scheduled Bid Opening for receipt and processing of Bids and Proposals.

All Bids and Proposals must be submitted in sealed envelopes, preferably the Bid Envelope distributed with the solicitation, regardless of the delivery method.  The outside of the solicitation package and, where different, the delivery envelope or package must be clearly marked as a solicitation with the Bid/Proposal (Solicitation) Number and the Bid/Proposal Opening Date.  Failure to so mark the envelope(s) may cause your Bid/Proposal to be rejected as non-responsive.  Address the Bids and Proposals to:

Manager, Procurement Administration
MTA Bridges and Tunnels
Triborough Bridge and Tunnel Authority
Procurement Department
2 Broadway – 23rd Floor
New York, NY 10004

Do not address the Bids and Proposals to any other person.

NEW YORK STATE LOBBYING LAW OF 2005

Chapter 1 of the Laws of 2005, as amended by Chapter 596 of the Laws of 2005 (collectively referred to as the “Lobbying Law”) makes major changes to the development of procurement contracts with government entities, including the Authority.  The Lobbying Law amends the New York State Legislative Law and the New York State Finance Law relative to lobbying and/or other contacts with government agencies on behalf of bidders or proposers (collectively referred to as “offerers”) concerning government procurement initiatives.  Specifically, the Lobbying Law created two new sections in the State Finance Law (the “New State Finance Law”):  Section 139-j, which restricts the types of “contacts” that offerers may make to a governmental entity during the procurement process; and Section 139-k, which requires that offerers disclose prior findings of non-responsibility based either upon violations of Section 139-j of the State Finance Law or for having provided false or incomplete information to a governmental entity.

APPENDIX L, COMPLIANCE WITH NEW YORK STATE FINANCE LAW SECTIONS 139-j AND 139-k, Disclosure of Prior Non-Responsibility Determinations Form and Bidder’s/Proposer’s Affirmation and Certification, is attached and made part of this solicitation package in compliance with the requirements of the New State Finance Law. For additional information, all offerers are urged to contact the New York State Office of General Services at (518) 474-5607, or via their website at:
http://www.ogs.state.ny.us/aboutOgs/regulations/defaultAdvisoryCouncil.html.

 

ACH Payments

The MTA Business Service Center ("MTA BSC") is the component of the Metropolitan Transportation Authority that will make authorized payments to Contractor. All payments by the MTA BSC shall be made via Automated Clearing House ("ACH"). Contractor authorizes the MTA BSC to make payments to Contractor using an ACH designated by the MTA BSC. If you have not previously provided ACH instructions to the MTA BSC or if previously provided ACH instructions have changed, promptly upon award the Contractor shall prepare and submit current ACH information to the MTA BSC. The form for submitting that and other information, the Vendor Master Setup Maintenance form, is available online at http://www.mtabsc.info/vendors/

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