is the City Record On-Line (CROL)?
A: An electronic posting of the solicitations and awards
appearing in the printed City Record. Please refer to
the disclaimer on our homepage.
Q: Is there a help line available for CROL?
A: Yes. For questions about solicitations or awards
call the contact name published in the ad. Agencies
submitting ads should call The City Record office at
agencies are included in CROL?
A: All mayoral agencies as well as many Agencies/Officers
of New York City Government.
often is the information on CROL updated?
A: The data is updated daily.
Q: How long will the solicitations and awards be posted
A: Solicitations will remain posted until the due date. They will then be moved to the Archives.
Awards will remain posted for at least 10 days after the publication in The City Record after
which they will also be moved to the Archives.
Q: If I have a question regarding the content of
the posting who do I contact?
A: Contact the agency directly. MOC
/ACCO WEB PAGE
Q: If I have a question regarding the bid
results or bid award who do I contact?
A: Contact the agency directly.
MOC /ACCO WEB PAGE
Q: What if a notification on the CROL is different than
the printed City Record?
A: Adhere to the notification in the printed City Record
and not the CROL. See CROL disclaimer on our homepage.
Q: Will the CROL replace the printed publications?
A: No. The City Record will continue to be the authoritative
source for solicitations and other notices.
Q: Is the full solicitation document (the actual Bid
Book or RFP) available for downloading in CROL?
A: Not at this time.
Q: Will CROL allow for electronic submissions of
A: No, bids will be submitted in the normal manner to
city agency contacts specified in procurement notice.
Q: Can I request plans, drawings and/or specifications
A: No. You must call the agency listing the procurement
notice to request plans, drawings and/or specifications.
Q: Do postings appear first in the City Record or
A: CROL. However, bid documents will not be available
for distribution until the first date of publication
in The City Record.
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