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ITN Work Assignment and Contractor Selection Process

ITN Solicitation #2014004C


The Department’s general process for assigning work, among the eligible agency term contractors (ATCs) under ITN Solicitation #2014004C, is described on the document that is provided below. This document provides a representation of the general work assignment process, as well as the new Contractor Selection Formula (CSF) algorithm. The CSF is intended to provide an unbiased mechanism for selecting from among those ATCs that would provide a good value to the state for the particular petroleum restoration work that is needed.

The ATC Selection Process, including the work assignment process and CSF algorithm, is provided below. This work assignment process and CSF algorithm may be updated from time to time by the Department.


New Version

Pursuant to paragraph 2.B of the Department of Environmental Protection’s (Department) agency term contract for petroleum contamination site response action services (Contract), the Department hereby provides notice to its ATCs of a revision to the Petroleum Restoration Program ATC Selection Process assignment of work flowchart.

The Department is implementing a refinement to the ATC Selection Process to provide modifications to the selection process.

This modification to the ATC Selection Process flowchart will be effective June 17, 2016.



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Last updated: June 09, 2016

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