Print Procurement Opportunities Minority and Women-Owned Business Enterprises NYSIF is committed to achieving the statewide goal of increasing opportunities for New York State Minority and Women-Owned Business Enterprises (MWBE), and encourages participation of MWBE in NYSIF procurement projects. We encourage any firm that believes it meets the state requirements for certification to visit the NYS Department of Economic Development for more information about the program and how to apply for certification. In addition, as allowed by Workers' Compensation Law, NYSIF has established an MWBE asset management and financial institution strategy aimed at increasing the utilization of MWBE investment and financial services firms. The MWBE Strategy adopted an objective standard for reporting on MWBE usage for entities owned by 51% or more minority group members and/or women. NYSIF has established a minimum goal of 20% MWBE participation for its contracts. For more information on MWBE certification programs please e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org.If your firm is interested in being added to NYSIF's Bidder Database, please complete this form. Bidders in the database are notified by e-mail when a solicitation is released for public bidding for the categories identified on the form. NYSIF’S Electronic Payment Policy Effective May 3, 2010, payments made by NYSIF to administrative contractors/vendors will be made by electronic fund transfer (EFT). This new procedure will help ensure payments are made in a more cost-effective, timely manner and is consistent with the New York State Taxpayer Accountability Office's initiative to reduce the cost of processing administrative payments. Please read NYSIF's EFT policy and then complete the form. Please note that these forms are for NYSIF suppliers and vendors only. (These forms are not for use by claimants.) NYSIF offers a convenient way for vendors to retrieve documents online, including, but not limited to: Request for Proposals (RFPs), Invitation for Bids (IFBs), Requests for Information (RFIs), amendments, questions and answers, and updates. If your company has any questions or concerns e-mail us at email@example.com. Current Procurement OpportunitiesDue Date 2014-31 Transition Management Services RFP Update - 9/29/14 10/3/20142 PM (ET) 2014-15-LEG Outside Counsel - Insurance Defense RFP Amendment 1 - Q&A Amendment 2 - Clarification of Q&A (#9) 9/10/20142 PM (ET) 2014-05 Management and Operational Review RFP Amendment 1 - Questions and Answers (posted 8/27/14) 9/4/142 PM (ET) 2014-28-INV Large Cap Value Equity Management RFP Minimum Qualifications NYSIF Securities Guidelines 7/28/144 PM (ET) Bid Results 2014-12 Insurance Claims Review/Audit - Bid Results 2014-01 Syracuse Secured Entrance Construction - Bid Results 2014-06 Syracuse HVAC Preventative Maintenance Service - Bid Results 2014-14 Albany Roof Replacement - Bid Results 2014-17 Insurance Consulting Services - Bid Results Large Cap Equity (Core and Growth) Bid Results 2014-20 Reinsurance Intermediary Services - Bid Results 2014-11 Roof Replacement, Buffalo NY - Bid Results 2013-22-ADM NYC Building Management and Maintenance - Bid Results 2013-04-FIN Banking Services - Bid ResultsYou can find NYSIF and other New York State procurement opportunities in the New York State Contract Reporter. Potential upcoming procurements: None at this time. Pursuant to the Governor's Executive Order No. 6 and Budget Bulletin B-1187, the following contracts are available upon request: At this time there are no procurements that fall under this order. Single Source Procurements New York State law allows State Agencies to procure goods and services without a formal competitve process in limited circumstances. New York State Finance Law Section 163(10)(b) requires State Agencies to post summaries of single source procurement contracts within 30 days after contract award.