As a recipient of federal funds, the Memphis Area Transit Authority (MATA) has the responsibility to use prudent procurement practices in its purchasing activities. The procurement of quality products, cost-effective equipment, and services is a high-priority for our agency.
Learn More About MATA's Procurement Methods
Listed below are PDF links to download current Solicitations issued from MATA's Purchasing Department.
IFB 21-13 Three-Year Supply New Transit Tire
RFP 22-06 On-Call Electrical Services for Rail Systems and Facility Maintenance
Request For Quote - Three-Year Waste Management
For companies interested in becoming vendors with MATA, please download and complete our vendor application. Completed applications can be emailed to Purchasing Manager Shelia Maclin at [email protected], faxed to
(901) 272-2912 or mailed to: 1370 Levee Road Memphis, TN 38108.
PDF - Vendor Application
Listed below are other forms necessary for conducting business with MATA:
GENERAL PROCUREMENT CERTIFICATIONS
List of standard forms and certifications for: General Procurement Certification
DISADVANTAGED BUSINESS ENTERPRISE CERTIFICATIONS
List of standard forms and certifications for: DBE Certification
List of other forms that may be needed for solicitations
GENERAL CONTRACT PROVISIONS PDF DOWNLOAD
NOTE: Cost Proposal Forms or Bid Forms are customized for each solicitation and are not shown here.
The Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (DBE) Program was established to ensure equal opportunity to compete for all goods and services procured by MATA.
UTILIZATION OF DISADVANTAGED BUSINESS ENTERPRISES (section D) -
RULES FOR DBE COMPLIANCE
The following rules apply to Disadvantaged Business Enterprise participation by firms / teams:
A list of firms currently certified in Tennessee can be found at:
https://www.tdot.tn.gov/APPLICATIONS/DBEDirect opens external site
- Certification in the State of Tennessee must be achieved by the time the proposals are due, otherwise the participation of a proposed DBE firm cannot be counted toward the goal. If a proposed DBE firm is not certified at the time the proposals are due and, as a result, the goal is not met, then the proposal will be considered "non-responsive" and rejected unless the good faith efforts have been accepted as satisfactory.
- It is highly recommended that a copy of a current certification of Disadvantaged Business Enterprise issued by the Tennessee Department of Transportation or the Uniform Certification Agency be included with the offer for each DBE firm being proposed.
For more info: Disadvantaged Business Enterprise Program