GLO Procurement Policies and Procedures

GLO Contract and Purchase Information per Senate Bill 20

Senate Bill 20 Explained

ALL GLO Current Solicitations

HUD Required Contract Reports and Current Solicitations

Additional State Procurement Resources

Procurement - State Grantees and Subrecipients 

Beginning in 2016, all state and local governments were required to follow 2 CFR 200 for all procurement of goods and services. If not followed, grantees may be required to repay Federal funds out of the state’s General Revenue or local funding sources. In order to ensure the proper use of funds, the GLO continues to provide technical assistance to its subrecipients regarding federal regulations and best practices.

Per HUD guidance, states may choose to adopt 2 CFR Part 200 or to follow their own State laws and regulations regarding procurement. The HUD Toolkit is based upon 2 CFR Part 200 and related Federal regulations. The Toolkit thus applies to Grantees (who must use 2 CFR Part 200) and States which have adopted these federal regulations. 

The GLO has provided additional procurement training resources that can be found here: local-government/training/index

Subrecipient Procurement or Grant Administrator and Engineer

GLO-CDR allows a subrecipient to use a single vendor to both assist in the preparation of an application and to perform work under the grant. The vendor procurement should clearly identify preparation of an application and grant administration services within the solicitation document. The solicitation must take place prior to the initiation of the application process and comply with 2 CFR 200.318 – 200.326.

Scopes of Work

Subrecipients must utilize Scopes of Work provided by GLO-CDR in their contracts for grant administrators, engineers and environmental service providers.

Contract Templates

Grant Administrator