About Submitting Proposals

The table below shows opportunities currently open at the Port of Los Angeles. Contact the contract administrator listed for more information about a particular opportunity. All times reflect the Pacific Time (PT) Zone. Various opportunity types include Request for Proposals (RFP), Request for Qualifications (RFQ), Request for Interest (RFI) and more.
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Current Open Opportunities

Opportunity Description Pre-Proposal Conference Information Deadline Contract Administrator
Cruise Terminal Development and Operations The City of Los Angeles Harbor Department invites comments on a Draft Request for Proposals for cruise development and operations at the Port of Los Angeles. The goal of this process is to leverage the creativity and experience of prospective future proposers and receive comments on this Draft RFP. Comments will be utilized to produce a Final RFP that will best further the goals of the Harbor Department to (1) commercially grow cruise business at the Port, (2) address the desires of the public, and (3) positively contribute to the LA Waterfront. NA Friday, March 3, 2023 by 3PM Tanisha Herr
Emergency Response and Hazardous Waste Management Services The City of Los Angeles Harbor Department invites the submittal of proposals to provide emergency response and hazardous waste management services. Thursday, February 9, 2023 by 3pm Tanisha Herr

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