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Contracting with ODOT
The ODOT Procurement Office (OPO) contracts goods, trade services, public works/improvements, personal services (A&E and Related Services), professional services, and highway/bridge construction projects. If you are interested in exploring contacting opportunities with ODOT, please see below.
 

Current Contracting Opportunities

ORPIN is the system used by the ODOT Procurement Office (and other state and local agencies) to advertise solicitations to the public for contracts, except for large highway & bridge construction contracting. Contact (503) 378-4642 or email info.orpin@oregon.gov for assistance.
 
Goods, Trade Services, Public Improvements, A&E and Related Services and Personal/ Professional Services
 
 
Including a tentative 12 month schedule of construction projects and Notice to Contractors. Subscribe to a monthly email relating to construction projects.
 
 
Highway & Bridge Construction
 
Printed 2X a week
 
Highway & Bridge Construction, Public Works

Registration Programs for Potential Contacting Opportunities

 
For information about ODOT’s business registry for potential construction contracts up to $100,000.
 
Goods, Trade Services and Public Works Contracts
For information about ODOT’s business registry for potential contracts up to $100,000 for A&E and Related Services.
Personal & Professional Services (A&E and Non-A&E Related Services)
 
 
For information about ODOT’s business registry for potential contracts up to $100,000 for Trade Services and Personal Services/Professional Services (other than A&E and Related Services).
 
 
Goods, Trade Services, Public Improvements, Other Personal Services
 
Application and instructions to prequalify for highway and bridge construction projects with ODOT.
 
Highway and Bridge Construction ONLY
 

Certification Programs

 
Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (DBE) certification is for firms seeking contracting opportunities with recipients of federal transportation-related projects. The eligibility criteria is based on US DOT regulations, 49 CFR 26.
 
 
Construction Contracts, Personal & Professional Services
 
Emerging Small Business (ESB) certification is for Oregon small businesses seeking contracting opportunities on projects specifically designated for ESB participation. This program is race and gender neutral and has two tiers. Eligibility requirements apply. See website for more info.
 

Goods, Trade Services and Public Works
 
Minority and Women-Owned Business Certification
Minority Business Enterprise (MBE) and Women Business Enterprise (WBE) certifications are for firms seeking contracting opportunities with state, county, city and special jurisdictions. The eligibility criteria is based on Oregon Administrative Rule 123-200-0030.
 
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Resources

Information to help small businesses new to doing business with ODOT
 
Construction Contracts, Goods, Trade Services and Public Works, Personal & Professional Services