Virtual Industry Forum: Upcoming Procurement for a Program Delivery Support Contract


  • Wednesday, August 4, 2021
  • 11:00 a.m. PDT


Click Here to Register for Zoom Meeting

The California High-Speed Rail Authority (Authority) anticipates issuing a Request for Qualifications to procure a Program Delivery Support contract. With the upcoming expiration of the Rail Delivery Partner contract, this procurement is intended to result in a contract with a primary program delivery consultant to provide professional services to the Authority for delivery of the high-speed rail program.

Please join representatives from the Authority at this Virtual Industry Forum to learn more about the procurement and the importance of Small Business participation. Attendance at this Industry Forum is not a prerequisite to submitting a Statement of Qualifications.


  • Brian Annis, Chief Financial Officer
  • Catrina Blair, Process and Program Development Branch Chief
  • Darin Kishiyama, Director of Contract Management
  • 30-Minute Q & A Session

Questions can be submitted in writing to The Authority will endeavor to address emailed questions at the Industry Forum. Additionally, a live 30-minute question-and-response session is included as a part of the Industry Forum. Questions may be asked live during the Industry Forum by pre-registering at the Zoom link above. Updates for this procurement, responses to emailed questions, a video copy of the Industry Forum, the presentation, and the list of registrants, will be posted here:

All interpretation, translation, and reasonable accommodation requests must be made to the
Title VI Coordinator 72 hours in advance of the scheduled meeting date.

Todas las solicitudes de interpretación, traducción y adaptaciones razonables deben hacerse al
Coordinador del Título VI 72 horas antes de la fecha de la reunión programada.

Title VI Coordinator
(916) 324-1541 TTY: 711

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Title VI Coordinator

(916) 324-1541
TTY: 711


Small Business Program
(916) 431-2930

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