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Procurement links related to the Marine Resources Commission:

eVA Transparency Reports: vendors please use this link to learn about Virginia's web based procurement system.  Links explaining how to register as a vendor in eVA are available on the site.  Note that information on open IFBs and RFPs that would have formerly been found in Virginia Business Opportunities can now be accessed through the eVA system.

Department of Minority Business Enterprises (www.dmbe.virginia.gov): vendors please use this link to learn about Virginia's process to be certified as small, women-owned or minority business.

MRC Procurement Flyer

For more information related to procurement at the Marine Resources Commission, please contact Jane McCroskey, Chief of the Administration and Finance Division. She can be reached at 2600 Washington Avenue, 3rd Floor, Newport News, VA 23607; (757) 247-2215; Jane.Mccroskey@mrc.virginia.gov.  

2017 Proposals

Request for proposal to remove sunken sailboat located in Locklies Creek in Middlesex County RFP-HBT-17-01 with location map.

Notice of intent to transplant seed oysters from the James River for the 2017 oyster replenishment program CRD NOTICE 2017-01

Notice of availability of seed oysters in the Piankatank and Great Wicomico rivers for private industry for the purpose of planting on private oyster ground leases CRD NOTICE 2017-02

Notice of intent to harvest shell cultch to be transported, and planted on oyster grounds on the seaside of Eastern Shore, Virginia for the 2017 oyster replenishment program CRD NOTICE 2017-03

Notice of intent to harvest, transport, and replant on public oyster grounds in Pocomoke Sound for the 2017 oyster replenishment program CRD NOTICE 2017-04

CRD 13-08 - Notice of availability of shell for private industry for the purpose of planting on private oyster ground leases, All interested buyers must contact the Conservation and Replenishment Department in writing by mail, fax, or e-mail to receive a contract to harvest shells and forms to report harvest.  The information required for the contract: name, offloading point, method of transport, and area of planting (Lease #).

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