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Vendor Development Manager
City of Atlanta
Department of Watershed Management
72 Marrietta Street, 7th Floor
Atlanta, Georgia 30303
Telephone: (404) 546-3200
To increase competition, contain costs and ensure quality in business development operations between the Department of Watershed Management and potential vendors.
The Department of Watershed Management currently is in the middle of the largest infrastructure overhaul ever for the City's water and sewer systems — the $4 billion Clean Water Atlanta program. The City will be seeking professional services, construction services and equipment, as it works to meet its Consent Decree deadlines.
The City of Atlanta Department of Watershed Management Vendor
Development Program sends out regular email updates to keep
you informed as more definitive information becomes available
about when specific projects are going out for bid.
For more information on upcoming contracting opportunities, e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Current Capital Projects List for 2013 (as of 4-28-13)
2013 Capital Projects List (as of 4-28-13).pdf
Beginning March 11, 2013, the City of Atlanta Department of Watershed Management (DWM) will begin taking applications for the 6th Annual Small Business Development Program (SBDP-6), an intensive 12-week construction management training program for business owners who are interested in advancing their businesses, enhancing their knowledge of sewer rehabilitation work and related support services and who would like to pursue bidding opportunities under the City's $4 Billion Water and Sewer Rehabilitation Program.
You are invited to a Kick-off Informational Session to explain the application process for the 2013 SBDP-6 will be held Thursday March 14th in the Auditorium in the DWM building, 72 Marietta St., NW, Atlanta, GA 30303. You can download an application for the 2013 SBDP-6 here. Completed applications with all attachments are due by March 19, 2013. If you have any additional questions, please email us at email@example.com.
You can get more general information for doing business with the City of
Department of Watershed Management is fully committed to
the City’s Equal Business Opportunity Program goals.
We seek diversity in every aspect of our infrastructure
improvements program. Firms seeking sub-consultant, sub-contractor
or joint venture partner opportunities are encouraged to
contact potential prime contractors and/or the City of
Office of Contract Compliance
View our Doing Business with DWM Video Series.
Right-click to download the Powerpoint Presentation.
Small Business Administration - Cassius Butts
How to do Business with the City
Procurement - Keith Brooks
Risk Management - Jimmy Porter
Office of Contract Compliance - Hubert Owens
Federal/State DBE Guidelines - Cherese Myree
Aviation - 12 Month Look-ahead - Justina Mann
The City of Atlanta actively promotes full and equal business opportunities for minority and female business enterprises through the City of Atlanta's Equal Business Opportunity (EBO) and Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) Programs. The Minority/Female Business Enterprise (M/FBE) Register will help you locate minority-owned and female-owned firms certified by the Office of Contract Compliance for participation in the EBO Program
The following link will direct you to the M/FBE Certified Business Register and the Certification Application.