Bids and RFPs

Last updated Feb. 29, 2016 - 2:09 pm

Current bids, requests for proposals for services, and construction bids for the City of Raleigh are advertised on the City's website. The listing can be viewed by selecting the following categories:

Bid/proposal documents and specifications for bids/proposals are available from the contact person given for that listing during regular office hours of 8:30 am to 5:15 pm. Bids/proposals will be received until the opening/due date and time given. After the bid/proposal has been opened, select the opening/due date to view the bid tabulation results, when available. The bid tabulation is only a summary of the bids/proposals received - not an award. Once the bid/proposal has been reviewed and is awarded by the City Council, or its delegate, the contract awarded information will be shown in the Awarded column.

In compliance with G.S. 143-135.8, on December 2, 2014, the City Council adopted the City of Raleigh Policy for Prequalification of Bidders for Construction Projects.

All public notices for Request for Prequalification for Construction Projects will be advertised on the Construction Bids page.

Vendor Registration and Update

It is the intent of the City of Raleigh to strive and promote, through the vendor registration process the use of all registered vendors in the procurement of goods, services and construction projects. Completing the six step registration process is imperative to becoming an active vendor to receive future solicitations. Vendors should also use this form to keep their information updated. For vendor registration and update assistance, contact the Purchasing Division at 919-996-3240.

Minority and Women Business Enterprise (MWBE) Policy Statement

Pursuant to General Statues of North Carolina Section 143-128 and 143-131 and to City policy, the City of Raleigh encourages and provides equal opportunity for Certified Minority and Woman-Owned Business Enterprise (MWBE) businesses to participate in all aspects of the City's contracting and procurement programs. Moreover, the goal is to contract or sub-contract fifteen percent (15%) of the contract amount to Certified MWBEs on construction projects over $300,000, or with contracts that include $100,000 or more in state funding. The prime contractor will be required to identify participation of MWBE businesses in their proposal, and how that participation will be achieved. Moreover, the goal breakdown is 8% for minorities and 7% for non-minority females.

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