2019 Procurement Plan

2019 Anticipated Procurement Plan

The following is a list of anticipated solicitations related to goods and services that are projected to be sourced during the 2019 calendar year; they have been grouped by the month they are projected to be advertised.

It is anticipated that as additional operational needs for goods and services are identified, this list will be updated quarterly. This information will be posted on the Procurement website for the benefit of the supplier community.

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Projected Advertisement

Project Title

January

1. Student Financial Collection Services †

January

2. Systemwide Space Utilization Study †

January

3. Real Estate Appraiser Services

January

4. Cast Bronze Plaques †

January

5. Cisco Video Surveillance Retrofit Equipment & Installation

January

6. Sale of Approximately 23.402 Acres of Land (Westheimer)

February

7. System Application Software (SAP) Training Software & Services †

February

8. Digital Video Wall – West Houston Institute †

February

9. Window & Glass Cleaning Services †

February

10.District Wide UPS Battery Replacement †

February

11. CIP Phase 4 Network Equipment

February

12. Landscape & Ground Maintenance Services †

February

13. Cisco Firewall Replacement & Migration †

February

14. 403(b) & 457 Employee Contribution Plan Services †

February

15. Programming Services – New Katy Education Building †

February

16. Architect & Engineering Services – New Katy Education Building †

March

17. Temporary Staffing Services Pool †

March

18. Arborist & Tree Trimming Services †

March

19. Power/Pressure Washing Services

March

20. Roofing Consulting Services †

April

21. Print Manage Services-Multi-Function Devices and Printers †

April

22. CRM Software Integration Services †

April

23. End of Life Network Access Equipment Replacement

April

24. Security & Incident Event Monitoring System Replacement †

April

25. Environmental/Custodial Services †

April

26. Food Suppliers – Culinary Art Program & NEO’s Market & Bakery ◊

May

27. Utilities - Natural Gas Services †

May

28. District Wide Physical Security Access Retrofit

May

29. Job Order Contracting †

May

30. Charter Bus Transportation Services †

June

31. Environmental Consulting – Asbestos / Mold Identification / Remediation †

June

32. Elevator Maintenance, Repairs and Modernization †

June

33. Armored Car Services

June

34. Facilities Maintenance (Major Systems) †

July

35. Food Services-Enterprise †

July

36. Irrigation Maintenance Services †

July

37. Promotional Items †

August

38. PeopleSoft UPK Consulting Services †

September

39. Parking Lot Repair and Maintenance Asphalt & Concrete

(including Striping) †

October

40. Automotive Maintenance and Repairs †

November

41. Sign Printing Services †


Notes

† New procurement (scope to be developed).

◊ Various separate projects, detailed advertisement date for each pending confirmation.

  1. The projects noted above are subject to change and do not constitute any guarantee that the referenced procurement may be issued; this list is intended to serve as aninformational tool. Official solicitation notice will be posted on the HCC Procurement Operations Department website (click HERE).

  2. Once a solicitation is advertised/posted/distributed, the Prohibited Communications "Blackout Period" and Political Contributions prohibition (as defined in the Board of Trustees Bylaws) goes into effect. Proposers considering responding to a current solicitation shall certify that they have read, understand, and agree to be bound by the Prohibited Communications/Political Contributions provision set forth in the solicitation document. Potential vendors, subcontractors, service providers, bidders, brokers, officers, lobbyists or consultants shall not make a politicalcontribution to a Trustee or candidate during the prohibited communication period. Proposers further understands that they shall not communicate with a HCC Trustee, employee, or any member of the selection/evaluation committee in any way concerning a solicitation from the day it is first advertised through thirty (30) days after the contract is executed by the Chancellor or his/her designee, or when a determination is made that the solicitation will not be awarded.

    This period is known as the “Blackout Period”, as further defined in Section 1.9.10 and 2.3 of the Procurement Operations Manual. Violation of the Blackout Period is considered unethical conduct and will be handled as such with regard to all applicable federal and state laws, regulations, localordinances, policies, and procurement procedures.

    With regard to a Proposer, violation of the Blackout Period may result in the cancellation of the referenced transaction, disbarment, disqualification from current and future procurement solicitations andprosecution in accordance with the Laws of the State of Texas.