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Issue Date: 03/20/2023 Contract Number: N/A

1122 Program


Description:

Contract Reporter Ad for MWBE SVDOB Participation in 1122 Program


This is NOT a bid. This is a PUBLIC NOTICE from the NYS Office of General Services advising all eligible vendors of potential contracting opportunities with the General Services Administration (GSA) for the 1122 Program.


The NYS Office of General Services has been designated by the Governor as the lead agency for the 1122 Program. This authority is derived from The National Defense Authorization Act (Section 1122) for FY1994 and FY2009, which subsequently became law under Title 10 Section 381 Military Support for Civilian Public Safety Agencies. This law provides the authority for certified state and local governments to purchase equipment for counter-drug, homeland security and emergency response activities from specific federal sources.


The 1122 Program brings a purchasing advantage that is achieved through discounts available to the federal government due to large volume purchases. The 1122 Program is a valuable opportunity for state and local governments throughout the country to participate and save substantial dollars for their counter-drug, homeland security and emergency response activities.


Participation in New York’s 1122 Program is open to state and local governmental entities that have, as part of their mission, at least one of the following public safety categories:


Counter-drug: A requirement to enforce anti-drug laws or engages in or supports prevention, intervention, or suppression activities related to counter-drug, including education activities.


Emergency Response: A requirement for first responders plus emergency management, public health, clinical care, public works, and other skilled support personnel (such as equipment operators) that provide immediate support services during prevention, response, and recovery operations.


Homeland Security: A requirement for homeland security to prevent and protect New York State from terrorist attacks within the United States; reduce America’s vulnerability to terrorism, major disasters, and other emergencies; and minimize the damage and recover from attacks, major disasters, and other emergencies that occur.

New York’s 1122 Program is intended to be a supplemental supply source for certified Public Safety Agencies to 1 of 7 acquire critical safety related equipment and supplies not currently available through a Preferred Source or OGS Centralized Contract. No services are available under the 1122 Program.


THIS PUBLIC NOTICE ADVISES POTENTIAL VENDORS ELIGIBLE TO PROVIDE ITEMS IN THE CATEGORY AREAS LISTED AT THIS LOCATION:


https://ogs.ny.gov/procurement/1122-program


ELIGIBLE VENDORS ARE ALSO ENCOURAGED TO VISIT GSA'S "HOW TO GET ON SCHEDULE" WEBPAGE:
http://www.gsa.gov/portal/category/27115


New York's Minority/Women owned Business Enterprises (MWBE) and Service Disabled Veteran Businesses (SDVB) are strongly encouraged to reach out to GSA's "Office of Small Business Utilization (SBU)
(http://www.gsa.gov/portal/category/108067) for additional information regarding necessary steps to become a GSA vendor.

Due Date: 03/11/2024

Contract Term: 03/20/2024

Location:

Ad Type: Continuous procurement solicitation


Primary Contact:     General Services, NYS Office of
Business Services Center

David Stempsey
BSC Analyst 1
1220 Washington Ave
Purchasing Unit - 5th Floor
Albany, NY 12226
United States
Ph: 518-457-4272
Fax:
NY1122.SPOC@ogs.ny.gov

Secondary contact:     General Services, NYS Office of
Business Services Center

David Stempsey
BSC Analyst 1
1220 Washington Ave
Purchasing Unit - 5th Floor
Albany, NY 12226
United States
Ph: 518-457-4272
Fax:
NY1122.SPOC@ogs.ny.gov
Secondary contact:     General Services, NYS Office of
Business Services Center

David Stempsey
BSC Analyst 1
1220 Washington Ave
Purchasing Unit - 5th Floor
Albany, NY 12226
United States
Ph: 518-457-4272
Fax:
NY1122.SPOC@ogs.ny.gov