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For construction projects only, the county requires companies be prequalified in order to ensure that a company has the experience and skill necessary to perform each construction project valued at $100,000 or more. A Prequalification Application can be downloaded from the county’s website. The application is completed detailing a company’s qualifications and examples of the type of work performed as it relates to the various type of prequalification categories. The application is submitted to the Procurement Office where it is reviewed and evaluated.
A Certificate of Prequalification is issued based on the company’s qualifications and work history. If approved, a Certificate is issued for a 2 year period only. All prequalified companies must resubmit their application prior to the expiration of their current Prequalification Certificate in order to continue to be prequalified to do business with Harford County.
To Our Valued Contractors:
Unless there is a documented performance issue, suspension or debarment related to your company, all prequalifications will be extended to the 30th day after the state of emergency is terminated and the catastrophic health emergency is rescinded. This decision is in line with Governor Hogan’s Executive Order dated March 12, 2020. This does not include prequalifications that are not expiring during the current time frame.