A: No. Each firm must ‘qualify’ for each project by submitting a technical proposal in response to a RFP. Different RFP’s have different requirements.
A: It varies depending on the complexity of the project. It could be weeks or months.
A: Yes. VTrans is now offering most RFP documents online, via our FTP system. You must have an FTP account for Contract Administration, and you must request access to the files for the specific RFP you are interested in.
Each RFP has a link to request an RFP packet. Please fill out the form completely. Click here to see current RFPs.
A: No. Please check back regularly for new opportunities.
A: There are a variety of sources you can look into. The most comprehensive is Vermont Bid Opportunities System, a resource that provides bid opportunities available through Vermont based federal, state, local governments and from private sector purchasing organizations. Also, the Department of Buildings and General Services has an on-line list of bids.
A: It varies based on the complexity of the project being proposed, and a number of other factors. It could be from 1 to 5 weeks, maybe more.
A: The number one delay is a firm’s failure to register with the Vermont Secretary of State. A contract will not be written until the company has received a current/active registration. More information can be found at the Secretary of State's web site.
A: Once there is an executed contract, you should be using the program manager for the specific contract, as your contact at VTrans.
A: Once there is an executed contract.