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Treasury adheres to strict procurement requirements as mandated by Commonwealth law (62 Pa. C.S.A. §§ 101, et. seq.). Treasury strives to ensure taxpayer dollars are spent efficiently and effectively when procuring goods and services for Treasury’s use. The Bureau of Support Services manages Treasury’s procurements.


Public comments on any of the requests should be submitted to the Bureau of Support Services contacts. Executed contracts based on Sole Source, Invitation for Bids, or Requests for Proposals, along with Treasury’s determination for justification are posted to Treasury’s Contracts e-Library website.


Request for Proposals

Under Pennsylvania state law Treasury is required to provide public notice of any Requests for Proposals (RFP).


Please monitor this website daily for Addendums.


RFP 21-001 UCD Debit Card Pre-Proposal Q&A
Start:  10/20/2021 1:30pm
End:   10/20/2021 3:00pm
Organizer: RFP21-002@patreasury.gov
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The following list represents all active Treasury RFPs:


Active RFP's

Request for Information

Pennsylvania Treasury Policy requires public notice of any Request for Information (RFI) associated with the collection of written information about the capabilities of various suppliers.


The following list represents all active Treasury RFIs:


No Active RFI's

Sole Source Contracts

Pennsylvania state law requires requests to award a sole source contract be posted for seven calendar days to allow for public comment prior to approval.


The following list represents all active Treasury requests for sole source contracts currently awaiting approval:


Active SSCs

Invitation for Bids

Under Pennsylvania state law Treasury is required to provide public notice of any Invitations for Bids (IFB).


The following list represents all active Treasury IFBs:


No Active IFBs