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Grants and RFPs

Formal Solicitations and Requests for Proposals (RFP)

Notices for all RFPs defined by Minn. Stat. §16C.02, subd.7 are published in the State Wide Integrated Financial Tools (SWIFT) Supplier Portal, or in the State Register.  

Professional/Technical Service Contracting Opportunities

 

ASAP-IT

UPDATED PROGRAM EFFECTIVE AUG. 2, 2013

http://mn.gov/buyit/mcp14ats/mcp14ats.html

The ASAP-IT program is open to contracted vendors. A list of those vendors holding current contracts is located at http://mn.gov/buyit/mcp14ats/vendors/index.html

Program Highlights:

  • IT professionals on site within 2 business days if required

  • Highly qualified vendors and personnel

  • Pre-defined minimum skill requirements

  • Very reasonable and value-based hourly rates

  • Quick-n-easy forms

ONLY VENDORS UNDER CONTRACT WILL RECEIVE THESE SOLICITATIONS.

Information for vendors

Master Contract Program - 902TS

http://mn.gov/buyit/mcp902ts/mcp902ts.html

The IT Professional Technical Services Master Contract Program (MCP) - 902TS helps agencies and vendors connect with one another to complete Information Technology (IT) project work, or to provide agencies with additional IT personnel needed to assist in completing current IT projects. This program runs from 7/1/2009 to 6/30/2014. A transition plan is in place for contract work orders beyond 6/30/2014. 

 

Program Highlights:

  • Provides a common place for customer forms

  • MN.IT monitors vendor insurance compliance

  • Can be used for work up to $2,000,000

  • No need to do a formal RFP or informal solicitation - work order can be written against existing master contracts using the Statement of Work process

  • Provides a common place for publication of work requests

Information for vendors

 

SITE Master Contract Program

The State of Minnesota Department of Administration and Office of MN.IT Services (MN.IT) are introducing the SITE (Seeking IT Expertise) Program as a successor to the existing 902TS Master Contract Program. This program serves as one of several avenues for State of Minnesota agencies and other local units of government to contract for IT-related services. The purpose of this master contract program is to provide a streamlined approach for state agencies and other governmental units to secure highly-skilled contractors via a fast and intuitive process. At the same time, this program provides a continuously open, application-based opportunity for vendors large and small to access state business. This program runs from 4/16/2014 to 4/15/2019.

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