Thank you for your interest in doing business with VIHA.
To maximize its contracting dollar, the Virgin Islands Housing Authority looks for as much competition as the open market will provide. Consequently, we are always seeking new, qualified vendors/suppliers. Our Vendor Application must be completed in its entirety, notarized, and submitted with a copy of your current business license to the Procurement Department at the address listed below. Your firm’s name and address will be retained on our master vendor list.
Virgin Islands Housing Authority
Attention: Procurement Division
9900 Oswald Harris Court
St. Thomas, VI 00802-3100
HOW TO SUBMIT A PROPOSAL
In order to submit a proposal, you must first register as a vendor or supplier. Once registered, contact us here for submission details.
HOW TO SUBMIT AN INVOICE
All invoices must be submitted to the person/Department who requested the service or goods. In order to successfully submit an invoice, it must include the following information:
- Invoice Number
- Service Description
- Vendor Number
- Date of Service
- Contract Number
- Any Other Information Required by Contract.
What Is A Section 3 Businesses Concern?
A Section 3 Business Concern is a business:
- That is at least 51% or more owned by Section 3 residents, or
- Whose permanent full-time employees include persons, at least 30% of whom are currently Section 3 residents, or within 3 years of the date of first employment with the business concern were Section 3 residents, or
- That provides evidence of a commitment to subcontract in excess of 25% of the dollar award of all subcontracts to be awarded to business concerns that meet the qualifications.
BIDS & CONTRACTS
For all modernization, rehabilitation or new construction housing and housing-related work, VIHA will ensure the strictest compliance with applicable federal laws, including the Americans with Disabilities Act (“ADA”) and amendments, Fair Housing Act (“FHAct”), and Uniform Federal Accessibility Standards (“UFAS”) standards and regulations.
All accessibility code-compliant work (ADA, FHAct and/or UFAS) will be certified by either an in-house or VIHA-contracted architect or engineer accessibility expert. Please note that VIHA may withhold all or a portion of a progress payment or final payment to the Contractor for non-compliant work.