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Current requests for bids and proposals

Doing business    Requests for bids and proposals

There are many contracting opportunities with Metro including construction, engineering, consulting, food services, training and land use planning. View current requests for bids and proposals.

Current contracting opportunities are posted on ORPIN


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Select browse opportunities, select by organization, click search, click on Metro (ORCPP). Opportunities will display.

Questions about a current contracting opportunity?
bidsandproposals@oregonmetro.gov

Procurement Services is the division at Metro responsible for the purchasing of goods and services. Procurement Services oversees the contracting process, ensures proper procedures are followed, and provides training and other resources to all departments at Metro.

Suppliers and contractors selected by Metro provide quality goods and services at competitive prices and meet agreed upon deadlines for delivery of goods and services. Proposals and bids should be timely and include up-to-date information on your capabilities, qualifications, and experience.

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Metro's MWESB Program

Metro's MWESB program is designed to increase access, remove barriers to participation and improve contracting policies...Go

First Opportunity Target Area

Download a factsheet about outreach and proposal solicitation requirements for Oregon Convention Center, Portland'5 Centers for the Arts and Portland Expo Center projects...Download

Need assistance?

Metro procurement
503-797-1613 | 503-797-1791 fax
purchasingandcontracts@oregonmetro.gov

Metro ethics

Ethical procurement process

Metro is committed to the fair and ethical treatment of all bidders and proposers. Procurement staff abide by the code of ethics established by the National Institute of Governmental Purchasing, which ensures a level playing field, avoids conflicts of interest and acts in the best interest of the public agency. Read the code

Need to report?

The Metro Ethics Line gives the public and vendors an avenue to report misconduct, waste or misuse of resources in any Metro program or department. The Ethics Line is administered by the Metro Auditor. All reports are taken seriously and responded to in a timely manner. Your report will serve the public interest and assist Metro in meeting high standards of public accountability, including our procurement process. Go to the Ethics Line

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