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How to Become a Remediation Contractor

TCEQ procures remediation contractors through a response to request for qualifications (RFQ) and request for proposal (RFP) packages. The bidder submits a statement of qualifications (SOQ) and a sealed bid. The contract is awarded to qualified proposers whose bid reflects the best value for the state of Texas.

TCEQ procures Remediation contractors through a response to a Request for Qualifications (RFQ) and a Request for Proposal (RFP)packages. The procedures vary, depending on the type of contract solicited. The bidder submits a statement of qualifications (SOQ) and a sealed bid. The SOQs are evaluated and then the bids are opened. TCEQ awards the contract to qualified proposers whose bid reflects the best value for the state of Texas. As required by the Professional Services Act, engineering services are procured through a request for qualifications process. Selections are based on qualifications submitted, then subsequent negotiations for prices.

  • Obtaining RFP/RFQ Contract Solicitation Notices - Notices are mailed, but also can be obtained on the web at the Electronic State Business Daily Exit the TCEQ web site. The agency encourages HUB and regional participation.
  • How to Complete and submit the Notices - Completed packages must be submitted by the deadline to be considered. Previous forms are available for review.