City of Houston
Mayor Sylvester Turner

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Contracting and Procurement


This page includes information on procurement policies and procedures, and a record of current and completed procurements.

The City of Houston's Strategic Procurement Department is the primary organization within the City authorized to issue bid invitations and requests for proposals, process and release purchase orders, and administer term contracts.

City Council votes on all contracts above $50,000. Houston City Council meets weekly on Wednesday mornings. Click here for the latest agenda. The Housing and Community Affairs Committee previews items that will come before City Council in a monthly public meeting.

Contracts


Good / ServiceContractorSolicitation NumberDate of Contract AwardContract Document(s)Description of Services
Master Program Management ServicesAPTIM Environmental and Infrastructure, Inc.T26406January 18, 2018Download Contract
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Administration and implementation of housing program design and housing program management services for FEMA Short Term Housing Recovery, CDBG-Disaster Recovery 2015 and 2017; CDBG-Single Family
Data AnalyticsCivis AnalyticsS26423March 6, 2018Download ContractData collection and analytics for disaster-related projects
Information Management SystemI&I Software Inc.*December 24, 2014*Download ContractDisaster recovery information management system (*This contract was issued under the Contractor’s General Services Administration (GSA) Contract #GS-35F-128CA, effective 12/24/14)
Outreach, Intake, and Case ManagementICF Incorporated, LLCT26599November 8, 2018Download ContractOutreach, intake, and case management services for federally funded housing programs.
Master Program Management Services - Phase IIT28854Proposals due 2/14/19Proposals due 2/14/19Master program management services to support the operating of disaster programs outlined in the City of Houston's Local Action Plan
Construction ServicesBurghli Homes, DSW Homes, JW Turner, Moss, SLS, TegrityQ26671January 2, 2019Burghli Homes, DSW Homes, JW Turner, Moss,SLS, TegrityConstruction and repair services to owner-occupied and renter-occupied single-family homes affected due to Hurricane Harvey and other disasters. Total funding allocation includes $400M in support of the Homeowner Assistance, Single-Family Development, and Small Rental Programs.
Multifamily FinanceT28910NOFA Submissions due March 29, 2019DR-17 Notice of Availability
NOFA Workbook
Energy Retrofit Application
Attachment A Application Form
Pre-Conference Sign-In Sheet
T28910 Clarification Letter 1
T28910 Clarification Letter 2
T28910 Clarification Letter 3
T28910 Letter of Clarification 4
Pre-Conference NOFA DR-17 Video
Seeking proposals to provide CDBG-DR financing towards the rehabilitation, reconstruction, new construction and acquisition of affordable multifamily housing developments

Upcoming Funding Opportunities


Subject to change

Program AreaAnticipated DateAnticipated Amount Description
Public Services, Round 12nd quarter 2019$15 millionServices for residents impacted by Harvey, including housing counseling, job training, mental health, homeless services
Single-Family Development (nonprofit applicants only)2nd quarter 2019$57 millionNew construction of affordable single-family (1-4 units) development for homeownership
Small Rental Development (nonprofit applicants only)2nd quarter 2019$10 millionNew construction of 1-7 units of affordable housing for rent
Multifamily, Permanent Supportive Housing3rd quarter 2019$30 millionRehabilitation, reconstruction, new construction and acquisition of homeless/ permanent supportive housing developments
Multifamily, Round 21st quarter 2020$100 millionRehabilitation, reconstruction, new construction and acquisition of affordable multifamily housing developments
Public Services, Round 22nd quarter 2020$15 millionServices for residents impacted by Harvey, including housing counseling, job training, mental health, homeless services
Multifamily, Round 32021$50 millionRehabilitation, reconstruction, new construction and acquisition of affordable multifamily housing developments
Public Services, Round 32021$15 millionServices for residents impacted by Harvey, including housing counseling, job training, mental health, homeless services
Public Services, Round 42022$12 millionServices for residents impacted by Harvey, including housing counseling, job training, mental health, homeless services
Multifamily, AcquisitionTBD$50 millionAcquisition of property with the long term goal of developing affordable housing