COG periodically solicits bids/proposals for services that help support its business operations. View active solicitations below. You can also view the COG Procurement Policy. Please see the Cooperative Purchasing page for information on regional contracts coordinated by COG.
The first step to doing business with COG is becoming a registered vendor. Becoming a registered vendor will allow COG to contact your firm when procurement opportunities become available utilizing the commodities and/or services provided during registration. COG's new Vendor Registration System is a one-stop registration system for companies who are interested in providing goods and services to COG. It allows potential vendors to create and maintain their registrations at no financial cost, ensuring COG always has up-to-date vendor information. Visit the Vendor Registration System to register.
To facilitate a competitive response to a planned regional cooperative procurement, the Metropolitan Washington Council of Governments (COG) is issuing this RFI to identify potential vendors.
End Date: 1/24/17
The purpose of this study is to determine demand for and strategies to operate public commuter bus service into Northern Virginia from areas beyond the TPB planning area.
End Date: 2/10/17