SRTA acquires goods and services through the competitive bid process. This may be done through the issuance of Request for Quotes (RFQ) or Request for Proposals (RFP). Contractors resulting from RFQs are determined from responsive and responsible bidders meeting all requirements (specifications) that are lowest in cost. Contractors resulting from RFPs are determined from responsive and responsible Offerors that propose the best value to SRTA. Contact SRTA Procurement
Independent Registered Municipal Advisor Exemption
By publicly posting the following written disclosure, The State Road and Tollway Authority (the “Authority” or “SRTA”) intends that market participants receive and use it for purposes of the independent registered municipal advisor exemption to the Securities and Exchange Commission (“SEC”) Municipal Advisor Rule.
The Authority has retained an independent registered municipal advisor (the “MA”). The Authority is represented by and will rely upon its MA, Public Resources Advisory Group (“PRAG”), to provide advice on proposals from financial services firms concerning the issuance of municipal securities and municipal financial products. This certification may be relied upon through June 30, 2017.
Purchase Order/Purchase Agreement – Terms and Conditions
State of Georgia Sales Tax Certificate of Exemption
Procurement & Protest Policies and Procedures
ITBs, RFQs and RFPs
SRTA Solicitation No. 17-043: RFQC for Customer Service System Operations
Pre-Submission Conference Sign-In Sheet
Response to Questions
Addendum No. 1 (17-043)
Notice of Award (17-034)
Appendix J – SRTA Assessment (Ref: Addendum 1)