A more detailed description for each contractor opportunity listed below is available for download from this web page or by calling 978-323-7929.
NEIWPCC is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
Requests for Proposals
New York / New Jersey Aquatic Trash Prevention 2016 Grant Program
The New England Interstate Water Pollution Control Commission (NEIWPCC), in cooperation with the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and state partners, is inviting proposals for projects to be funded under the New York / New Jersey Aquatic Trash Prevention Grant Program. EPA is providing these financial resources for projects aligned with the goals of EPAâ€™s Trash Free Waters program, for watersheds in both New York and New Jersey. NEIWPCC will distribute $365,000 in grant funds, designed for individual grants of at least $45,000.
The deadline to submit proposals under this grants program is May 10, 2016 at 11:59am (noon) ET.
State Water Plan for Connecticut: Request for Qualifications for Development of the State Water Plan for Connecticut
The New England Interstate Water Pollution Control Commission (NEIWPCC), on behalf of the Connecticut Water Planning Council (WPC), comprised of representatives of Connecticutâ€™s Departments of Energy and Environmental Protection (DEEP), Public Health (DPH), Office of Policy and Management (OPM) and Public Utilities Regulatory Authority (PURA), is inviting qualification submittals from contractors to develop, at the direction of the WPC, the first comprehensive State Water Plan for Connecticut. The plan, scheduled to be submitted for approval to the Connecticut General Assembly in 2018, will evaluate current and future management of Connecticutâ€™s water resources and establish a balanced policy framework to govern water use for public water supply, economic development, ecological health, and recreational purposes.
This project will develop recommendations for the long-term management of Connecticutâ€™s water resources, and other requirements identified in Connecticut Public Act No. 14-163, codified in CT Gen Stat Â§ 22a-352. Once selected, the applicant will be asked to provide a detailed scope of services, comprehensive technical proposal, and proposed budget.
The selected applicant will be asked to provide a detailed scope of services, comprehensive technical proposal, task-based contract and budget. Proposals must be received by March 4, 2016 (1:00 PM EDT)
Supplemental information on Connecticutâ€™s state water planning process, including the archived reports, meeting summaries, and other useful resources can be found at: http://ct.gov/water