O'Neill Electric Joins the Minority Contractors Hall of Fame
"One of the most important decisions you can make to ensure your company's success is to be sure that you are listed as a certified firm with the certification Office."
Following is a list of partners and their contracting opportunity listings.
The Oregon Procurement Information Network (ORPIN) is Oregon's #1 resource for viewing public agency opportunities. Most state agencies use the ORPIN system to reach suppliers in order to procure goods and services. To participate, simply register, log in and view or search for opportunities that match your business offerings.
BeavertonHome page; Solicitation listing
BendHome page; Solicitation listing
EugeneHome page; Solicitation listing
GreshamHome page; Solicitation listing
MedfordHome page; Solicitation listing
PortlandHome page; Solicitation listing
SalemHome page; Solicitation listing
TigardHome page; Solicitation listing
Portland Development Commission (PDC)Solicitation listing
Oregon State UniversityHome page; Solicitation listing
University of OregonHome page; Solicitation listing
Portland Community CollegeHome page; Solicitation listing
The Unified Certification Program provides "one-stop shopping" to applicants for Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (DBE) certification. Under the Oregon UCP agreement, once a business is DBE certified with the state of Oregon, the certification is shared with all other federal recipients in the state.
Port of PortlandWeb site; Solicitation listing
MetroWeb site; Solicitation listing
TriMetWeb site; Solicitation listing
Oregon Department of Transportation (ODOT)Web site; Solicitation listing
Oregon Department of Aviation (ODA)Web site
Oregon Department of Administrative Services (DAS)Web site; Solicitation listing
Young, talented professionals are moving to Oregon at an increasing rate. Apparel designers, architects, advertising creatives and others look to Oregon for jobs and quality of life.