To view current bids and intent to award notices, go to OregonBuys and click on the Browse Opportunities or Browse Opportunity Notices and Results links. You are encouraged to respond via email to the Procurement Analyst working on the bid. If you respond through the mail or by drop-off, please contact the Procurement Analyst to make sure your response was received.
OregonBuys provides access to procurement and contracting information issued by the State of Oregon, local governments and political subdivisions. You may browse the site as an anonymous user and see summary information. If you want to view or download the entire solicitation, you will need to register as a supplier.
View Clackamas County opportunities
- Select "Browse" from the left-hand side navigation.
- Choose "Browse Opportunities"
- Click on "By Organization"
- Click on the "Search" button and scroll to "Clackamas County"
Register with OregonBuys
While you can browse the available contracts and see summaries on OregonBuys, to bid or download complete packet information, you'll need to register as a supplier.
Download related packets and documents from OregonBuys
Materials related to the bid are available for download from OregonBuys. There will also be contact information for the Clackamas County Procurement Analyst to contact if you have questions. Road and construction projects may not have full details and you'll need to contact for the plans and related drawings.
Submit a complete response
Only bids returned before the closing date and time will be considered for the bid. Make sure your responses are complete and contain all the requirements and information, including any forms requested in the bid. Make sure to double check your documents before submitting them!
Clackamas County Procurement uses Bid Locker for secure bid submissions. Instructions on how to use Bid Locker and submit bids here.
Keep in Mind
Clackamas County encourages bids from minority, women and emerging small businesses.
Responses to solicitations for goods should be submitted on a “freight on board” basis: suppliers own goods while in transit and are responsible for loss or damages prior to delivery. Prices offered must include all shipping and handling, with goods becoming the property of Clackamas County upon acceptance of delivery.