Request For Proposal/Active Searches

Competitive procurement processes are used by SURS to select vendors for most major goods and services contracts in compliance with SURS’s applicable procurement policies. SURS encourages participation from a diverse selection of businesses. Individual RFPs listed below contain information about procurement processes, policies, and opportunities. Solicitations are broken down between Investment and Non-Investment Procurements.

Procurement Outlook

A general forecast of potential procurement opportunities is available for planning purposes only. The information does not constitute an invitation for bid or request for proposal and is not a commitment by SURS to purchase the products and services listed. The forecast listing is not intended to be all inclusive. Additional procurements may occur throughout the year, and all projected procurements are subject to revision or cancellation.

 Fiscal Year 2024-2025

  • Furniture – Office furniture and related services, delivery and installation
  • IT Hardware/Software/Services – Technology products, services, solutions and related products and services
  • Concrete Pavement – Parking lot
  • Asphalt Repairs – Parking lot
  • Information Technology Infrastructure Library (ITIL) Service Management – Team Dynamix cloud-based phone services
  • IT Staff Augmentation – Temporary technology professionals for services as needed
  • Managed Security Services – Service and Management of Security Information and Event Monitoring (SIEM) services with trained security expertise
  • Genesys Licensing and Support – Technology partner and reseller
  • Network PEN Testing – External and internal network penetration and vulnerability testing, including external web application security assessments


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SURS procurement process includes a concerted effort to attract qualified minority, women-owned business enterprises and businesses owned by a person with disability (as defined by the Business Enterprise for Minorities, Females, and Persons with Disabilities Act: collectively, “MWDBE”) to participate in the procurement process. SURS further commits to the objective evaluation of all qualified businesses regardless of race, gender, or handicap in fair consideration of all suppliers and consultants in the acquisition of goods and services.