The MDTA Division of Procurement is responsible for providing all aspects of the procurement process in support of the MDTA's capital program, operating budget and its Police force. The Division develops, solicits, evaluates, negotiates and awards all construction, architectural/engineering, consultant, service, maintenance, specialized equipment, commodities, information technology and small procurements for MDTA and the MDTA Police.
The state of Maryland is required to use state contracts for goods and services. To receive a contract award from the state, you must be a registered vendor with eMaryland Marketplace (eMM).
For items not available from state contracts, buyers are encouraged to use the free interactive bidding component of eMM: https://emaryland.buyspeed.com/bso/. The eMM website is the gateway to bidding opportunities for commodity, construction, architectural/engineering, facility, maintenance, human services, information technology and related services.
All contracts over $15,000 are required to be advertised on the eMM website. A copy of Code of Maryland Regulations (COMAR) 21.02.03.06 and the Maryland DGS guidelines can be found on the eMM website.
If you would like to receive direct notifications of upcoming projects that match your firm's interests, please send a company profile to email@example.com.
Donna DiCerbo, Director
Jessica Mettle, Deputy Director
Maryland Transportation Authority
Division of Procurement
2310 Broening Highway
Baltimore, MD 21224
For General Procurement questions or information, please email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Architectural/Engineering & Construction Section provides all aspects of the procurement process for consultant services, construction and construction related services contracts for the MDTA. The responsibilities include Request for Proposal (RFP) and Invitation to Bid (IFB) development, advertising, pre-proposal meetings and award process.
There are no bonding requirements for Architectural/Engineering contracts. Bonding requirements for Construction Contracts are as follows:
- Bid/Proposal Bond
The MDTA requires that each bid or proposal be accompanied by a bid bond in the amount of at least five percent of the total contract price.
- Performance/Payment Bond
The selected contractor is required to submit to the MDTA a Performance and Payment Bond in an amount equal to at least 100 percent of the contract price.
- Benjamin Mondell, Senior Procurement Administrator
- AE/Construction - 410-537-7807
- Caprice Griffin, Lead Procurement Administrator
- AE/Construction - 410-537-7526
- Janet Fleming, Procurement Administrator I
- AE/Construction - 410-537-7510
- Jeff Davis, Procurement Administrator I
- AE/Construction - 410-537-7832
- Architectural and Engineering (PDF Download)
Architectural & Engineering (A/E) solicitations can be downloaded from the State Highway Administration at www.marylandroads.com.
The Services and Maintenance Contracts Section provides all aspects of the procurement process for professional services, facilities/grounds maintenance, maintenance-related service contracts and small procurements for the MDTA. Responsibilities include obtaining quotes, Request for Proposal (RFP) and Invitation to Bid (IFB) development, advertising, pre-bid/proposal meetings, bid openings, award process and contract monitoring.
- Janile Scott, Senior Procurement Administrator
- Services/Maintenance/Small Procurements - 410-537-7811
- Ratonya Offer, Lead Procurement Administrator
- Services/Maintenance/Small Procurements - 410-537-7511
- Ruth Carnes, Procurement Administrator I
- Services/Maintenance - 410-537-7837
- Cathy Pelekakis, Procurement Administrator I
- Services/Maintenance - 410-537-7522
- Robert Hayes, Procurement Administrator I
- Small Procurements - 410-537-7527
- Services and Maintenance (PDF Download)
The Information Technology and Commodities Section provides all aspects of the procurement process for IT services, maintenance, maintenance-related service contracts and IT commodity procurements for the MDTA. Responsibilities include obtaining quotes, Request for Proposal (RFP) and Invitation to Bid (IFB) development, advertising, pre-bid/proposal meetings, bid openings, award process and contract monitoring.
Software and hardware are procured through the Maryland Department of Information Technology (DoIT) statewide master contracts. The master contracts are re-competed every few years.
On DoIT's website, the CATS Plus Master Contract for IT Services link has a tab for open solicitations. You will find dates for pre-proposal meetings that your company can attend to network with many of the Master Contractors and possibly partner with a contractor on one of the task orders as a subcontractor. DoIT's website is where IT bid opportunities for all Maryland agencies are posted.
In addition, the MDTA utilizes DoIT Master Contracts for the procurement of IT commodities. For items being purchased over $15,000 that are not on a DoIT Master Contract, eMM is utilized for advertisement.
- Margaret Hajiantoni, Procurement Administrator I
- Information Technology Services and Commodities - 410-537-7812
- Information Technology and Commodities (PDF Download)
All solicitations are advertised on eMM.
- COMAR On-Line
- Department of General Services - Procurement and Logistics
- Department of Budget and Management - Procurement and Contracts
- Department of Labor, Licensing & regulation
- eMaryland Marketplace
- MDTA Minority Business Enterprise/Disadvantaged Business Enterprise
- Maryland Department of Transportation (MDOT) MBE Directory
- Small Business Reserve Program/Registration
- Veteran Small Business Enterprise (VSBE) Directory
- Department of Labor, Licensing and Regulation (DLLR)
- Maryland Board of Public Works