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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- Get an overview of all upcoming opportunities here: Business Opportunities Outlook
- Get tips on how to submit a successful proposal here: Tips for a Successful Proposal
- In submitting a proposal, proposer agrees to accept these terms without change: Standard Contract Provisions
Current Open Opportunities
|Opportunity||Description||Pre-Proposal Conference Information||Deadline||Contract Administrator|
||The Harbor Departments of the Cities of Los Angeles and Long Beach (the Port of Los Angeles and the Port of Long Beach, known collectively as “the Ports”) invite the submittal of proposals to provide program administration services for the Ports’ Clean Trucks Program.||Q&A||
Thursday, June 15, 2023 by 3pm
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