Searching for a rewarding career in NYC? There could be a position waiting for you at NYCEDC. ›
Because NYCEDC’s projects are generally funded with public funding sources, working with NYCEDC on many of our projects requires the completion and submission of certain forms and documents.
Generally, most of the forms required are the same as those required for City projects. Below are some of the common forms, along with brief descriptions. Because these forms are promulgated by City agencies, any questions pertaining to them should be directed to the issuing agency.
This is just a general overview of some of the forms which vendors must generally fill out when doing business with NYCEDC. The solicitation documents for each particular project contain more information regarding which forms are necessary.
VENDEX stands for the Vendor Information Exchange System, a database of information of vendors who do business with the City. This database is maintained by the Mayor’s Office of Contract Services. Most of the information that is placed on the database comes from the VENDEX forms which vendors must fill out for certain types of contracts or when certain thresholds are reached. This is one of the tools that City agencies use in order to determine a vendor’s responsibility.
The PDF links below are copies of the VENDEX documents. Because the MOCS occasionally releases updated forms, vendors should verify with MOCS that they are using the most up to date forms and following the most up to date processes.
For more information regarding the VENDEX forms or system, please dial 311 (in New York City) or visit:
Most contracts and other agreements and legal documents require the individual or entity contracting with NYCEDC to obtain and maintain insurance coverage. We’ve included a sample ACCORD certificate, which is a common form used in the industry to show a snapshot of the insurance that a particular vendor has. You may also be required to submit actual policies or endorsements.
The contract between NYCEDC and the vendor contains the specific details about the types and amounts of insurance required for a specific project. Specific insurance requirements are set forth in the particular contract or other legal document you will be asked to sign. Please be sure to carefully review and maintain compliance with these and all other contractual requirements.
NYCEDC also requires detailed employment information for the companies we work with. These forms, and the information therein, are managed by the New York City Department of Small Business Services, Department of Labor Services. We have provided them here as a convenience and encourage you to dial 311 (in New York City) or visit NYC.GOV's Selling to Government page for more information.
Construction contracts require a Construction Employment Report. Generally, the longer “full form” is used for a Prime Contractor with a contract value of $1,000,000 or more in City Capital Funds. The “full form” is also used by Subcontractors with a contract value of over $750,000 in City Capital Funds. The “under $750k” form should only be used by Subcontractors whose total contract value is less than $750,000 in City Capital Funds. Please refer to the Construction Employment Reports instructions document to learn more about the forms.
Construction Employment Report Instructions
Construction Employment Report - full form (City or State funded)
Construction Employment Report - Subcontracts under $750k (City or State funded)
Construction Employment Report - Subcontracts over $750k (City or State funded)
Construction Employment Report - Prime or Subcontracts over $10k (Federally assisted contracts)
Non-construction consulting contracts require a Supply & Service employment report. Generally, the “less than 50 employees” form should be used by companies with fewer than 50 employees, and the longer “50+ employees” should be used for companies with more than 50 employees. Please refer to the Supply & Service instructions document to learn more about the forms.
Local Law 34 of 2007 (LL 34) requires the creation of a database containing information about entities that do business with the City as defined by the law, and principal officers, owners and senior managers of these entities. This information will be collected on Doing Business Data Forms that are distributed, collected and reviewed by agencies, and forwarded to the Doing Business Accountability Project (DBAP) at MOCS for processing. Collected data will be used to identify entities and people who are subject to LL 34’s limitations on campaign contributions in municipal elections.
If you have any questions or concerns, please contact the Doing Business Accountability Project at 212-788-8104 or DoingBusiness@cityhall.nyc.gov.
NYCEDC requires certain forms to be submitted in order to document and track participation on our projects. The Subcontractor Participation Plan lists all the subcontractors that will work on your project, and the Intent to Perform as Subcontractor form is required from each subcontractor listed on the Subcontractors Participation Plan. The M/W/DBE Compliance Report tells us how a particular payment is being distributed among the businesses involved in executing the project. The Verification of Subcontractor Payment Form is required for each payment to each subcontractor. Visit the Opportunity M/W/DBE page for more information.