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6800 Burleson Road
Building 310, Suite 165
Austin, TX 78744

T:  (512) 916-6000
F: (512) 916-6001

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Doing Business with CAPCOG

From requests for bids or proposals to periodic grants, learn about procurement and funding opportunities with the Capital Area Council of Governments, and please note that CAPCOG can accept unsolicited proposals only in situations that would not be subject to competitive bid.

Prospective vendors should contact staff directly only when instructed as part of a published request for proposals, qualifications, applications or bids.

> Get CAPCOG's FY 2019 grant schedule.


Request for Applications for Grants

> Check for grant awards and grant recommendation lists.

Request for Proposals (RFP)

RFP - Marketing Campaign Development and Implementation

CAPCOG is requesting proposals for services from qualified and experienced vendors to develop and implement marketing campaigns for the Commute Solutions and Air Central Texas programs in 2019. The annual budget allocated for this project shall not exceed $162,500, with up to three, one-year options to renew. CAPCOG will select a vendor based on best value.

> Read the full RFP. (updated April 2 to correct three items.)

Download the RFP’s attachments:

Submission Deadline: noon, Tuesday, April 16, 2019
CAPCOG Contact: Sheila Jennings, director of administration
Questions Deadline: noon, Friday, April 5, 2019
> Submit questions via email to Sheila Jennings, director of adminstration.
RFP Q&A Posting Date: 5 p.m., Tuesday, April 9, 2019
> Read the RFP Q&A.

Submit proposals via email to Sheila Jennings, director of administration, with subject line: "Attention Marking Campaign Development and Implementation” or mail or hand deliver proposals to Capital Area Council of Governments, Attention: Sheila Jennings, 6800 Burleson Road, Building 310, Suite 165, Austin, Texas 78744.

Questions about CAPCOG's procurement process?

> Contact CAPCOG Director of Administration Sheila Jennings.
> Learn about the procurement protest procedure.

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