Contractors & Vendors

ABOUT THE DEPARTMENT

The Department of Procurement and Contract Management provides for the purchasing of goods, materials and services for The Housing Authority of the City of Charleston. The department ensures the competitive process is utilized providing the best value products and services in order to meet the agency’s needs, while complying with applicable HUD regulations and notices and state and local laws, in addition to PHA’s own procurement policies. The department emphasizes excellent customer service practices.

W. Keith Brown
Procurement/Contracts Manager

The Housing Authority of the City of Charleston Purchase Order Terms and Conditions

CURRENT BIDS/ REQUESTS FOR PROPOSALS

171225 - Legal Services Employment/Labor Law

Below is a list of current open RFP’s (Request for Proposals), RFQ’s (Request for Qualification), IFB’s (Invitation for Bid) and Request for Quotes issued by the Housing Authority of the City of Charleston.

 

 

ADDENDA AND NOTICES  


 

TABLUATION OF BID RESULTS

170703 - Kiawah Homes Fence Installation

170704 - 275-K Huger Street Floor Damage Repair

170705 - 49-D Cannon Street Floor Damage Repair

 

 

PURCHASING AND CONTRACTING QUICK LINKS TO FORMS:

NOTICE: Important Updates in Procurement Law for Federal and Federally-Assisted Agencies

CHA Procurement Policy
For Construction Projects
For Non-Construction Projects
To Register with HUD to access Section 3 Information and Documents
Instructions to Bidders for Contracts (HUD-5369)

Find Required HUD forms at: www.hudclips.org
Davis Bacon Wage Rates: www.dol.gov/whd/contracts/dbra.htm

TO CONTACT US:

Procurement/Contracts Management
550 Meeting Street, Room 232
Charleston, SC 29403
Phone: 843.720.5345
Fax: 843.973.3481
Email: contracts@chacity.org


For more information CONTACT:

info@chacity.org

A message from our President/Chief Executive Officer:

The Housing Authority of the City of Charleston was born of action on December 18, 1934 by a vote of the Charleston City Council. However, the actual permission for such a "creation" came via statute in the South Carolina General Assembly in March of 1934.

We have come a long way in our society, our City and our personal relationships. Nevertheless, the need for Public housing still exists today. We have so much more to do before we can truly say, the job is done.

Donald J. Cameron
President/Chief Executive Officer
Housing Authority of the City of Charleston