What is Job Order Contracting (JOC)?
JOC is a type of procurement designed to provide faster contracting time to speed project delivery on behalf of our valued clients. DASNY’s JOC Program awards term construction contracts in 10 regions statewide, from New York City and Long Island to the North Country and Western New York, for General Construction, Electric, Plumbing, HVAC, and Asbestos Abatement/Hazmat. As project work arises, these selected JOC contractors are called on to perform a range of maintenance, repair, and construction projects of various size and scope.
Diversity and Inclusion
As New York State’s premier capital development authority, DASNY is committed to diversity in all its procurements. Minority, Women Business Enterprises (MWBE) and Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Business (SDVOB) participation goals apply to the JOC Program. While there are opportunities for MWBEs and SDVOBs to work with JOC prime contractors as subs and suppliers, DASNY is committed to increasing the number of MWBEs and SDVOBs that are prime JOC contractors.
Who to contact for more information on DASNY's
Chief Procurement, JOCs
Upcoming JOC Opportunities
JOC Virtual WebEx | July 21, 2021 | 10:00a.m. - 12:00p.m. | Register Now
Join DASNY President & CEO, Reuben R. McDaniel, III on Wednesday, July 21 to learn about upcoming DASNY Job Order Contracting (JOC) Opportunities. RFP to be posted in late August 2021 in RFP & Bid Opportunities.
In February 2021, nearly 200 small contractors logged into a virtual informational meeting to learn about JOCs. DASNY is interested in broadening the pool of firms eligible for state contracts, and will be bidding work in this program soon. Future opportunities can be found in the RFP & Bid Opportunities section of dasny.org. To learn more, follow the links below to the JOCs Informational Session and Q&A:
Full Presentation from February, 23, 2021 Question and Answer Session
During the summer of 2020, DASNY updated the numbering for its JOC Program regions. Regions were relabeled 1-10. While the labels have changed, the geographic boundaries remain the same. For example, Nassau and Suffolk are still grouped together but the region has changed from 1A to 2. See the map and chart below along with the comments for additional guidance.