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Contractor Guidance

NEIWPCC is proud to work with a wide variety of contractors, including individuals, private companies, research institutions, watershed organizations and other non-profits to support the needs of our states and partner programs.  It is our goal to make the process of entering a binding agreement with NEIWPCC as transparent and smooth as possible.  Guidance to contractors will be especially valuable as NEIWPCC transitions from hard-copy signature agreements to an entirely electronic process.

We urge current and prospective contractors to use our page to explore available competitive opportunities and to learn more about the agreement process through the documents provided below.

If you have any questions about the information on this page, please contact contracts@neiwpcc.org

Resources
Guide to NEIWPCC’s Electronic Contract Process – Short guide for contractors about the electronic process (pdf)
Additional Information Requested from Contractors – Guidance about standard contract-related document and forms; the indicated forms are linked below (pdf)
Guide to DUNS – Short guide for contractors about the Data Universal Numbering System (pdf)
Guide to Quarterly Reports – Includes a list of quarterly report due dates and a sample quarterly report (doc)

Forms
W-9 Form (pdf)
DBE (MBE/WBE) Questionnaire (doc)
Sample Invoice (doc)
Match Documentation Form (doc)

Logos for Contractor Use
NEIWPCC logo (Adobe Illustrator)
NEIWPCC logo (GIF)
Champlain Valley National Heritage Partnership logo (JPEG)
Interstate Environmental Commission logo (EPS)
Interstate Environmental Commission logo (PNG)
Lake Champlain Basin Program logo (EPS)
Lake Champlain Basin Program logo (PNG)
Long Island Sound Study logo (JPEG)
Narragansett Bay Estuary Program logo (Adobe Illustrator)
Narragansett Bay Estuary Program logo (PNG)
New York-New Jersey Harbor & Estuary Program logo (Adobe Illustrator)
New York-New Jersey Harbor & Estuary Program logo (TIF)
NYSDEC logo (PNG)
Peconic Estuary Program logo (JPEG)

 

 

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