State Commodities/Service/IT Contracts

Contracts over $25,000

The Missouri Office of Administration’s M/WBE Bidding Opportunities page identifies procurement requests the Division of Purchasing and Materials Management is currently preparing on behalf of a state agency for issuance to the public. These procurements will offer evaluation scoring consideration to vendors who propose qualified Missouri-certified M/WBE participation as part of their proposed solution in their procurement response. This notification is being provided prior to the procurement’s issuance in order to provide an opportunity for vendors to network and to identify potentially viable M/WBE participation solutions either by means of direct participation or through partnering arrangements.

**Not all the bids displayed on the above page require M/WBE subcontracting participation.**

Searching Bids, Contracts and Documents

Online Bidding / Vendor Registration

Use the Online Bidding / Vendor Registration system to enter and update vendor profile information, receive e-mail notifications, register for commodity codes, conduct commodity history searches, respond electronically to bids, view open bid opportunities, view closed bids, view submitted open or closed bids, obtain awarded bid results and access public bid opening details.

Statewide Contract Search

Use the Statewide Contract Search to view current statewide contracts issued by the Office of Administration, Division of Purchasing and Materials Management.

Awarded Bid & Contract Document Search

The Awarded Bid & Contract Document Search and Retrieval System provides access to public record information regarding State of Missouri contracts, awarded bid/solicitation documents, bid abstracts, bid correspondence, and other related documents. This system only includes bid and contract documents that the Office of Administration, Division of Purchasing and Materials Management processed.

Contracts under $25,000

Agency Bid Proposal Sites

Use the “Agency Bid Proposal Sites” page to locate delegated bidding opportunities for state agencies (less than $25,000).