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Contract & Grant Opportunities
These pages contain information about procurement and funding opportunities provided by the Office of Temporary and Disability Assistance (OTDA). All procurements and funding decisions are made in accordance with applicable State Finance Law and/or Federal Regulations. Bids are requested as needed to address programmatic and operational needs of OTDA. Specific funding and bid opportunities are contained on the Procurement/Bid Opportunities page.
The links in this section may not contain every bidding/funding opportunity provided by OTDA. Additional bid/funding opportunities can be found through the New York State Office of General Services, New York State Contract Reporter, the New York State Register, and the NYS Grants Gateway.
- Procurement Bid Opportunities
- List of present and past solicitations and procurement-bid opportunities.
- Procurement Bid Results
- List of bid opening results and contracts that have been awarded for all solicitations and procurement–bid opportunities.
- Nonprofit Contract Appeal Process
- OTDA Procedure for Nonprofit appeals of bid specifications and proposed awards.
- Minority and Women Owned Business Enterprises (MWBE)
- Information on how to become a NYS certified MWBE.
- Qualified Personal Service Contracts
- OTDA agency contracts which meet the requirements established by the Governor’s policy and in accordance with the Freedom of Information Law.
- Electronic Payment Requirements
- NYS requirements relating to all new contracts receiving electronic payments.
- Frequently Asked Questions
- Information about the OTDA and NYS bidding and procurement processes.
- Limits on Executive Compensation-NYS Executive Order #38
- Effective July 1, 2013, limitations on administrative expenses and executive compensation contained in Governor Cuomo's Executive Order #38 and related regulations published by the OTDA, go into effect. To provide assistance with compliance regarding Executive Order #38 and the related regulations, New York State has developed an Executive Order #38 website to assist the impacted community, to find assistance with compliance and to file the required disclosure, go to: NYS Executive Order # 38 website. This website serves as a comprehensive resource on the regulatory limitations and compliance with those limitations, including guidance and assistance for providers, as well as, the ability to submit an application for a waiver from the regulatory requirements.
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