The Port Authority of New York and New Jersey was created through an interstate compact authorized by the United States Congress in 1921. Its founding mission - to facilitate transit through the region by providing reliable transportation infrastructure for commuters, visitors, and cargo carriers - is more important today than ever before. The Port Authority must ensure that their facilities are in good condition to meet the transportation needs of the people and businesses of the tri-state area.
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Vendors interested in doing business with the city of Louisville, Kentucky, must register with the Louisville Metro Government’s Procurement Portal. During registration, the city encourages vendors to submit the NIGP commodity/service codes that match their business. This will allow vendors to receive notifications of open bids that match their service offers.[i]
Vendors who would like to bid on city contracts for Wichita, Kansas must first register with the city through the Vendor Services portal, where they will be asked to provide company information (name, address and Tax ID number) as well as details about the products and services they sell. After registering, vendors will then begin to receive bid notices for contract opportunities. Vendors may also use the vendor services portal to view solicitations, download bid specifications, review bid results and awards and view contracts and blanket purchase orders established by the city.[i]
Vendors who would like to bid on city contracts for Grand Rapids, Michigan, must first register with the city’s Vendor Self Service portal. After registering, vendors will then begin to receive bid notifications for Invitations to Bid, Requests for Proposals and Request for Quotes. The portal also allows vendors to submit invoices and receive payment. Registering with the city is free and all a vendor needs to begin the registration process is either their tax identification number (TIN) or social security number. [i]
One half of what is known as the “Twin Cities,” alongside the city of St. Paul, Minneapolis is the largest city in Minnesota and home to more than 400,000 people. The city is a vital link to the economy primarily because the Minneapolis-St. Paul area is the second-largest economic center in the Midwest after Chicago.
Little Rock is both the capital of Arkansas and the state’s biggest city, home to a population of nearly 200,000. Little Rock is known as a cultural, economic, governmental and transportation hub for Arkansas and the southern states in general. Recognized by Forbes as a great place to do business, Little Rock is a welcoming market for vendors to begin bidding on local government contracts.
As the capital and most populous city in Georgia, Atlanta is home to more than 400,000 residents. The city’s metropolitan area represents the 8th largest economy in the United States and the 17th largest in the world, raking in $304 billion. Considered an Alpha World City by the Globalization and World Cities Research Network, Atlanta is an important contributor to the global economy. In this article we’ll see how local vendors can find and bid on contracts with the city of Atlanta.
Named an ‘All American City’ four times by the National Civic League, the city of Anchorage is Alaska’s largest city and home to more than 40 percent of the state’s population. Anchorage enjoys a relatively stable economic climate and has not experienced the marked economic downturns that other U.S. states and cities have experienced during the most recent economic crisis. Transportation services, military, tourism and government are the largest economic sectors of economic activity in Anchorage making it an excellent place for businesses both big and small to do business with the public sector.
One of America’s famed music capitals, home of Soul, the Blues and Rock n’ Roll, Memphis is the youngest of Tennessee’s major cities. But with a population of over 650,000, it’s actually the largest city in the state and the third-largest in the Southeastern U.S. Memphis’ unique energy isn’t only found in the city’s music venues, however: vendors that are looking to find work with the City of Memphis can also find many contract opportunities, suited to businesses both large and small.
One of the oldest cities in the United States, Boston has consistently been a world leader in innovation, education and entrepreneurship. With a population of over 650,000, Boston is the largest city in both Massachusetts and New England, and is the twenty-third largest city in the nation. Also home to America’s first public school, today Boston serves 57,000 students in 145 schools and is home to some of the country’s top colleges and universities.