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Pending Procurements

The Procurements listed below are in process. For more information or a copy of the solicitation document, send an email request to: [email protected].

Procurements in Process

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Pursuant to Article 15-A of the Executive Law, the M/WBE program is a state-regulated program that promotes business opportunities on state contracts for minorities and women. Find more information on this program on the NYS Empire State Development M/WBE page. The New York State Department of Public Service’s (DPS) policy is to ensure full compliance with Article 15-A. 

It is also DPS’ policy to ensure that Service Disabled Veteran-Owned Businesses have an equal opportunity to receive and participate in state-funded DPS contracts. Pursuant to Veterans’ Services Law Article 3, the SDVOB program is a state regulated program that allows eligible Veteran business owners to become certified as SDVOBs in order to increase participation in New York State's contracting opportunities. Find more information on the Service Disabled Veteran-Owned Businesses program on the NYS Office of General Services SDVOB program page.

Procurement Utilization Plans

Single Source Procurements

In accordance with New York State Finance Law Section 163(10) (b), the New York State Department of Public Service posts summaries of single source procurement contracts within 30 days after the contract award.

Contract NumberContract PeriodContractorSingle Source Justification
C2122035/1/2022 - 4/30/2027S&P GlobalS&P provides detailed financial data to support and defend our positions in financing petitions, rate cases and merger and acquisition proceedings. The Department's continued access will enable staff to respond in an expeditious and informed manner to the financial inquiries the Department receives regarding New York's major utilities. S&P's reports are often cited in staff testimony and Commission orders, as well as in testimony filed by outside parties in adversarial proceedings. Both rate case testimony and staff recommendations offered in financing petitions save ratepayers millions of dollars every year. 
C2324024/1/2024 - 3/31/2029Moody's AnalyticsMoody's Analytics provides utility bond credit rating reports, analysis of the utility industry and credit trends overall. It is a critical and necessary tool for the Departments analysis of utility financial status and credit worthiness.