Contracting with OSPI
It is the intent of the state to promote open competition and transparency for all contracts for goods and services. All businesses, independent consultants, and other organizations are encouraged to compete for contractual opportunities with OSPI. Learn more about how to work with the state.
It is the responsibility of prospective Consultants to monitor this website for updates and newly released procurements. Additionally, potential Consultants are encouraged to register with Washington's Electronic Business Solution (WEBS) to receive automatic notifications regarding OSPI's contracting opportunities. WEBS is free to use. For more information about WEBS, refer to the Department of Enterprise Services website.
OSPI supports the Office of Minority and Women's Business Enterprises (OMWBE) efforts to increase state procurement with small, minority-, women-, and veteran-owned businesses.
- View requirements to become certified with OMWBE
- Refer to OMWBE's Why Certify? flyer to learn more about the benefits of becoming a certified minority- or women-owned business or visit OMWBE's website.
- For information on becoming a certified veteran-owned business, visit the Department of Veterans Affairs website.
- For small business resources or for application assistance, refer to OMWBE's Small Business Resources flyer.
Branding & ADA Compliance
All materials created under contract for OSPI must follow the OSPI Style Guide as well as the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2.0. All videos created under contract for OSPI must follow the OSPI Videography Style Guide.
See a list of competitive contract opportunities.
Sole Source Contracts
See a list of OSPI's current sole source contracts.
Interlocal & Interagency Agreements
See a list of OSPI's current agreements with other agencies and municipalities.