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Contractor Opportunities

NEIWPCC contracts with many specialists to provide or support research, monitoring, outreach, and other work.

Individuals, private companies, research institutions, watershed organizations and other non-profits help us to support the needs of our states and partner programs. If you are interested in pursuing a competitive opportunity, apply for one listed below.

For detailed descriptions of each opportunity click on the downloads below. You may also call us at 978-323-7929.

To apply for these opportunities click here for Online RFP Submissions

NEIWPCC is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Requests for Proposals

Peconic Estuary Program Education and Outreach Request for Proposals

The New England Interstate Water Pollution Control Commission (NEIWPCC), in cooperation Peconic Estuary Program (PEP) and its partners, is inviting proposals to implement a multi-faceted community education and outreach program. The purpose of this project is to increase public awareness about key issues facing the long-term management of the estuary and cultivate an informed constituency of community members. The results of the project will be an informed constituency that will advance the conservation and management objectives of the program at the local level.

The deadline for applications is November 13, 2018, 12 PM.

Peconic Estuary Program Education and Outreach Request for Proposals

Appendix A – Title Page Format

Appendix B – Overall Budget Form

Appendix C – Task Based Budget Format

2018 River Scenery Guidance, Training and Demonstration Project – HREP

NEIWPCC, in cooperation with the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation’s (NYSDEC) Hudson River Estuary Program, is inviting proposals for a project that will assist riverfront landowners and riverfront historic sites in making decisions regarding management of scenic vistas using ecologically sound principles.

Specifically, the project will result in development of a handbook and/or fact sheets for property owners, with suggestions for decision-making principles and land best management practices to preserve environmental integrity while reaching scenery goals. The project will also include outreach and training for property owners to help them understand and implement these principles and practices. Two demonstration projects will be implemented and described in case studies. The geographic scope of this study is the shoreline of the Estuary from the Troy dam to and including Riverdale NY on the East shore and the NYS border on the west shore. The project is expected to be awarded in January 2019 and to be completed no later than September 30, 2020. No contract extensions will be allowed. There is a total of $135,000 available for this RFP.

The deadline for applications is December 14, 2018.

2018 River Scenery Guidance, Training, and Documentation Project – RFP

Appendix A – Title Page Format

Appendix B – Overall Budget Form

Appendix C – Task Based Budget Format