Puget Sound Clean Air Agency
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Requests for Proposals and Qualifications

As a public agency, the Clean Air Agency issues formal requests for proposals and qualifications for the purchase of certain equipment or supplies, or to enlist professional services to supplement our work. When these requests are issued, they will be sent to potentially interested and qualified providers, published in the Seattle Daily Journal of Commerce, and posted here.

Attention potential bidders:

If you download documents from this website, you are responsible for sending your name, organization name, address, e-mail address, fax number and telephone number to the RFP/RFQQ Coordinator in order for your organization to be sent any amendments or additional information about an RFP or RFQQ. Submit your contact information to RFP/RFQQ Coordinator, Jennifer Rau, at RFP@pscleanair.org.

The Clean Air Agency is now accepting proposals electronically. See the RFP or RFQQ document for details on the requirements to submit proposals by hard copy or electronically.

Proposals submitted electronically must be submitted as an attachment to an e-mail message to Jennifer Rau at RFP@pscleanair.org. Attachments to an e-mail message shall be in Microsoft Word format, Microsoft Excel or Adobe PDF. Zipped files cannot be received by the agency and cannot be used for submissions of proposals. Please include the project title and name of the project manager in the subject line of your e-mail.


Requests for Proposals (RFPs)

An RFP solicits proposals from experienced individuals or organizations that are qualified and willing to provide services desired by the agency.

 

Agency Vehicle Purchase
Release Date: August 29, 2014
Closes: September 12, 2014
 
Truck Dealers for Port of Seattle Scrappage and Replacement for Air in Puget Sound (ScRAPS 2) Program
Release Date: June 10, 2014
Closes: Continous through June 30, 2015 or once grant funds are exhausted