Welcome to Savin Rock Communities’s Procurement and Contracts Department. The purpose of this section is to provide interested parties with a general introduction on how to do business with SRC and to provide information on upcoming procurement initiatives, such as Requests for Proposals (RFPs), Requests for Qualifications (RFQs) and Invitations to Bids (IFBs).
The primary mission of the Procurement and Contracts Department is to facilitate the agency’s mission of effectively providing quality safe, decent, and affordable housing to West Haven’s citizens by creating and sustaining viable communities. The Department ensures that users obtain the appropriate quality commodities and services they require to successfully accomplish their respective missions, goals and objectives in the most timely manner at the most economical cost to the agency in compliance with all applicable regulations and ethical standards. Check here for current opportunities.
To accomplish our mission of providing quality affordable housing, it is imperative that Savin Rock Communities works with vendors and contractors that can deliver the highest quality of goods and services at the best value to SRC . Consequently, it is the policy and practice of the Procurement and Contracts Department to afford qualified vendors the maximum opportunity to participate in contracting opportunities with SRC. The result of our effort is the procurement of quality goods and services in a fair, open, competitive and respectful process for everyone involved.
Requests For Proposal
PUBLIC NOTICE: Request for Proposals for Repositioning Consultant / Co-Developer
Savin Rock Communities (“SRC”) is seeking proposals from individuals and/or firms to assist in the conversion of its federal public housing portfolio to private affordable housing units through the development and implementation of an agency-wide repositioning strategy including, but not limited to Demolition / Disposition Application, Project Based Vouchers, Low Income Housing Tax Credits, Rental Assistance Demonstration (RAD), RAD/Section 18 Hybrid and Voluntary Conversion. The Request for Proposals contains details about the submission requirements, project scope, developer responsibilities, terms and conditions and other pertinent information necessary for submitting a proper and responsive proposal. All activities will be performed in strict accordance with all applicable HUD and other state and federal statutory and regulatory requirements. Request for Proposal documents can be obtained by telephone request to Savin Rock Communities at 203-934-8671 x115 ATTN: Jessie Fennell or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org. Proposals must be returned by 12:00 p.m. on December 2, 2019.
Savin Rock Communities is seeking to increase its competitive base of qualified vendors/contractors with the ability to provide a wide range of goods and services. Our vendor registration system is designed to maximize business opportunities and competition for the agency’s procurement activities. Vendors are not required to register in order to participate in procurement opportunities, but can complete the registration form below to register as a vendor.
Please note that completing this registration form does not guarantee automatic notification of solicitations in your particular commodity.
Compliance with SRC’s Criminal Background Policy
SRC reaffirms its commitment to offering employment opportunities on SRC-funded projects to qualified applicants with criminal convictions.
When contractors hire employees to fulfill contractual obligations to SRC and to work at SRC job sites or on SRC premises, they must adhere to SRC’s Criminal Background Policy Statement. In the hiring of those employees, contractors may not apply hiring standards that are more exclusionary than those outlined in the Policy Statement.
No applicant for employment will be automatically barred from employment on a SRC-funded project at a SRC job site or on SRC premises because of his or her criminal background. Instead, any criminal conviction must be evaluated in its full context, including a consideration of the nature and gravity of the conviction, the amount of time that has elapsed since the conviction, and the nature of the job sought, among other factors, unless Connecticut or federal law specifically prohibits hiring a person with that particular conviction for that particular kind of work. Arrests that did not lead to a conviction must not be considered unless the case is still pending.
Section 281 of the National Affordable Housing Act requires each participating jurisdiction to prescribe procedures acceptable to the Secretary to establish and oversee a minority outreach program. The program shall include minority and woman-owned businesses in all contracting activities entered into by the participating jurisdiction to facilitate the provision of affordable housing authorized under this Act or any other federal housing law applicable to such jurisdiction.