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All bids and supporting documents will become the property of the City of San Ramon and upon selection of the successful bidder and before award of the contract, all bids and supporting documents will become public record and subject to disclosure as required by the California Public Records Act.

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RFP NameStatusDescriptionDeadline
Notice to Contractors - Solid Waste, Recyclables, and Organics Collection and Processing Services Open

The City of San Ramon (City) is requesting proposals for the collection of solid waste, and the collection and processing of recyclable materials and organic materials. 

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2018/04/27View Details
TRAFFIX Program Manager Open The primary responsibility of the Program Manager under this contract is to provide day-to-day oversight of the TRAFFIX Program operations to ensure the delivery of a safe, efficient, and effective student transportation bus service that accomplishes the overarching goal of traffic congestion reduction within the San Ramon Valley.

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2018/03/02View Details

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