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Oklahoma Department of Commerce

Bid Opportunities

The procurement and grant funding opportunities below are unique to the Oklahoma Department of Commerce. Each Request for Quote (RFQ), Invitation to Bid (ITB) or Request for Proposal (RFP) has special instructions; therefore, please pay close attention to the contact person and response submittal requirements. Some solicitations are issued by the State of Oklahoma contracting agency, Oklahoma Management and Enterprise Services(OMES) Central Purchasing Division. Any solicitation listed below that is issued by OMES will have a link to their site. All other solicitations will be accessible here on the Commerce site for your convenience.

All responses to solicitations must be accompanied with:
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Non-Collusion Form

Bid Opportunities

Weatherization Assistance Program Certified Quality Control Inspectors

The Oklahoma Department of Commerce would like to procure services of public and/or private nonprofit individuals or entities who are or who employ BPI (Building Performance Institute) Certified Quality Control Inspector(s) for the program year 2018 (September 2018 to March 31, 2019) to assist with some of the necessary technical monitoring and technical training and assistance tasks for residential housing related to the oversight of the United States Department of Energy funded Weatherization Assistance Program in Oklahoma.

Solicitation FY19-04-1029

All questions regarding this solicitation must be submitted in writing and are to be emailed no later than November 16,2018 Questions are to be emailed to lakeshia.lofton@okcommerce.gov. Questions received after this date will not be answered.

Funding Opportunities

Public Building and Public Space Energy Efficiency Audit

The Oklahoma Department of Oklahoma is issuing this RFP seeking State Agencies or Local Governments who are interested in funding for Energy Efficiency Audits to identify Energy Efficiency Opportunities that will reduce Utility Cost for Public Buildings and/or Public Spaces. Examples: Street Lights, Interior Lighting, HVAC, Parking Facilities.

Solicitation FY19-04-1127

All questions regarding this solicitation must be submitted in writing and are to be emailed no later than December 14, 2018. Questions are to be emailed to lakeshia.lofton@okcommerce.gov. Questions received after this date will not be answered. All questions will be answered and posted to the website by December 21, 2018.

Water-Wastewater Treatment Systems Energy Efficiency Audit

The Oklahoma Department of Oklahoma is issuing this RFP seeking State Agencies or Local Governments who are interested in funding for Energy Efficiency Audits to identify Energy Efficiency Opportunities that will reduce Utility Cost for Public Water and/or Wastewater Treatment Facilities. Examples: Pumps, Motors, Lighting.

Solicitation FY19-04-1127-01

All questions regarding this solicitation must be submitted in writing and are to be emailed no later than December 14, 2018. Questions are to be emailed to lakeshia.lofton@okcommerce.gov. Questions received after this date will not be answered. All questions will be answered and posted to the website by December 21, 2018.

Questions that have been submitted for the waste water and energy efficiency solicitation:

  1. Is this grant for funding for an energy efficient audit of public buildings – not for equipment?
    The RFP purpose is seeking state agencies and local Governments who are interested in funding for energy efficiency audits to identify energy efficiency opportunities that will reduce utility cost for public buildings and/or public spaces. Examples: street lights, interior lighting, HVAC, and parking facilities. The RFP purpose is NOT for equipment purchase. See RFP B.6. and B.7.
  1. Can you please provide links to both this solicitation and the water/waste water energy efficiency one as well?
    The Link to solicitations FY19-04-1127 and FY19-04-1127-01, Public Building-Space and Water/Wastewater Treatment Energy Efficiency Audit RFPs is https://okcommerce.gov/about/bid-opportunities/
  1. I saw this funding opportunities shared by OWRB, and I am wondering the eligibility for public school, such as University of Oklahoma to apply. It states “Oklahoma state agencies and local governments”, and I wanted to double check with you.
    Yes, eligible bidders are local government and state agencies, within the State of Oklahoma. An administrative body for a small geographic area, such as city, town, county, or state as well as schools operating under the supervision of state governments and are funded, in part, by tax dollars and subsidies from the state. See RFP Appendix G.5. Frequently Asks Questions (FAQ).
  1. I would like more information about the energy efficiency grant please
    Go to [this page] to download solicitations FY19-04-1127 and FY19-04-1127-01, Public Building-Space and Water/Wastewater Treatment Energy Efficiency Audit RFPs.
  1. Is there a link to OMES solicitation I can share with our local government folks? I am terrible at navigating the OMES solicitations.
    Go to [this page] to download solicitations FY19-04-1127 and FY19-04-1127-01, Public Building-Space and Water/Wastewater Treatment Energy Efficiency Audit RFPs.
  1. Who are you using to conduct the audits?
    The awarded applicant will apply procurement procedures to select a qualified auditor to complete a preliminary and a detailed Audit (Diagnostic audit). See RFP B.2.6. and E.18.2.
  1. How much is available per applicant? And how much for the total program?
    There is no minimum and maximum amounts of the award (per applicant). There is no set number of projects to be awarded and the total dollar limit per project.  An award will be based on eligibility. See RFP B.7 (Eligible activities), B.8. (Eligible bidders), and C.2. (Energy use reduction of a minimum 10-percent). During the proposal review process, the bidder may be contacted for clarification and to negotiate changes in project activities, timeline, and budgeted costs. See RFP E.9.
    The funding is NOT for pass-through purposes; it is for state and local governments to propose an energy audit project.
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