Are you interested in becoming a supplier of goods or
services for the state? We’ve compiled a list of helpful websites to get you
started. Click on any of the links below to learn more.
Register as a
business in Oregon
Secretary of State – Corporation Division
Suppliers wishing to do business with the State of Oregon must register with
the Secretary of State’s Corporation Division.
Certification Office of Business Inclusion and Diversity (COBID)
The State of Oregon works to ensure that
minority, women-owned, and emerging small businesses (MWESB) have equal opportunity to
compete for the state’s business. Learn more about COBID and getting certified
as an MWESB supplier.
Construction Contractors Board
Any supplier providing construction-related
services must register with the Construction Contractors Board.
Do business with DAS
- Oregon businesses, with one or more employee, that bid or propose on
public contracts must provide proof that they've received training on
Oregon's pay equity laws. Click here to learn more about how to get trained and certified.
- ORPIN is Oregon’s online procurement system. It is used by state and local
governments to post contract opportunities for bid. Registering on ORPIN will
allow you to browse opportunities and submit bids for contracts.
- Read more about public contracting statutes and rules.
Volume Sales Reports (VSR) and Vendor Collected Administrative Fees (VCAF)
Many suppliers who enter into Price Agreements with DAS Procurement Services are required to submit quarterly Volume Sales Reports (VSR) and a Vendor Collected Administrative Fee (VCAF). If you’re affected, click here to learn how to submit the reports and pay the fee >>
Do business with
other state agencies