Current Bid Opportunities:
Metro’s Procurement Department has partnered with Public Purchase, a web based e-Procurement service designed to connect vendors in all business sectors to contracting opportunities at public agencies. Metro will use this service to announce and distribute purchasing solicitations, issue applicable amendments, and receive electronic submissions.
Vendors who wish to participate in Metro contracting opportunities must register with Public Purchase to receive automatic notifications when solicitations are published and to submit proposals of interest. The registration takes only a few minutes and is located here.
Surplus Vehicles, Parts and Equipment Sales:
In addition to contracting opportunities for purchase of products, Metro also has opportunities for businesses, individuals, and other public agencies to purchase surplus equipment. To showcase these items, Metro uses Public Surplus, a web-based auction service operated by Public Purchase where public agencies can post surplus vehicles, equipment and parts for sale.
If you are interested in receiving automatic notifications of opportunities to purchase Metro surplus items, please register here.
Metro’s Purchasing Department Personnel:
John Edmondson, Director of Procurement
Business Enterprise Eligibility Form
General Terms and Conditions with Federal Clauses
The following Terms and Conditions apply to purchases where SORTA's Terms and Conditions were not already part of an Agreement or Contract for the Solicitiation:
Terms and Conditions applicable to purchases less than $25,000
Terms and Conditions applicable to purchases of $25,000 to $99,999
Protest Policy & Procedure
The Office of Diversity and Inclusion - SBE/DBE Program
Want to learn about how to become a Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (DBE) or Small Business Enterprise (SBE)? Visit Metro's DBE/SBE page.