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ODOT Go Oregon Projects
About Go Oregon
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Go Oregon!
The “Go Oregon” state stimulus plan authorizes $175 million in bonding to fund projects to address deferred maintenance projects across the state including needed repairs to transportation infrastructure, schools and colleges. These projects will create jobs for Oregonians at a time when the unemployment rate continues to climb.

ODOT Go Oregon Projects
ODOT Go Oregon Project List
Projects for the Oregon Department of Transportation account for almost $4 million in "Go Oregon" funding. More than 100 ODOT projects will be let for bid. Projects will be in every region of state. The majority of the projects are small, under $50,000 and will go through a streamlined small contracting process. Several of the projects are over $50,000 and will be advertised through the Oregon Procurement Information Network (ORPIN) Web site.
Projects are not heavy highway construction. They include a variety of facilities construction and maintenance work on ODOT property statewide including:
  • Portland Metro Region - 8 projects, 1 over $50,000
  • Willamette Valley and Oregon Coast - 24 projects, 3 over $50,000
  • Southern Oregon - 25 projects, 9 over $50,000
  • Central Oregon - 17 projects, 7 over $50,000
  • Eastern Oregon - 27 projects, 4 over $50,000
View ODOT Go Oregon Project List
General Information
  • Visit the ODOT Communications "Go Oregon" page for more information on ODOT and the "Go Oregon" plan, including a current list of ODOT projects.
  • Visit the Department of Administrative Services Go Oregon website for general information on the Go Oregon initiative, here.
  • Click here to visit the State Procurement Office site for general information on the "Go Oregon" plan.
Find more information about the impact of the "GO Oregon!"  initiative on other agancies at the Oregon Facilities website.  See the "GO Oregon" Stimulus Outreach Schedule of Events. Or, click on the link to visit the DAS Go Oregon site.

ORPIN Information
Non-registered suppliers can browse summaries of the "GO Oregon!" opportunities and notices in ORPIN, but we encourage suppliers to be registered in ORPIN to ensure that you are prepared to respond to these opportunities.
Go to ORPIN website.

Small Contracting Program
For more information on ODOT's Small Contracting Program, please visit the sites listed below: