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LIRR Procurement

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Notice To Bidders
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 Legislative Law and State Finance Law, which regulate lobbying on government procurements. It creates two new sections in the State Finance Law that restrict contacts, require disclosure of certain contacts, and address the responsibility of bidders and proposers, during the procurement process. These sections are effective as of January 1, 2006.

COMPLIANCE WITH NEW YORK STATE'S STATE FINANCE LAW SECTIONS 139-j AND 139-k, is made part of all solicitation packages in compliance with the Lobbying Law.  For additional information, all Bidders/Proposers are urged to access the New York State Office of General Services website or call 518-474-5607.

Compliance with NYS State Finance Law Section 139-j and 139-k ("Lobbying Law")

Vendor Compensation
Vendor Code of Ethics

M-9 Passenger Railcar Procurement

Contracts, Planning & Construction and Major Projects Solicitations

Procurement & Logistics Solicitations

Discretionary Purchases - Estimated awards at or less than $400,000

Opportunities available to qualified small businesses or certified MWBE’s only pursuant to New York State Executive Law Article 15-a, Section 2879(3)(b)(i) of the Public Authorities Law, the MTA All Agency Procurement Guidelines and All Agency Guidelines for the Procurement of Services. Note: To request a copy of current Discretionary Solicitation document, please email your request to the Procurement Officer identified below. Include your name, company name, full address with zip code, phone number, and solicitation number.

Required Vendor Forms

LIRR Procurement Terms and Conditions

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