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Federal Business Opportunities

All federal business opportunities, including those for the Tulsa District Corps of Engineers, can be found at FedBizOpps. This website has been designated as the single source for federal government procurement opportunities that exceed $25,000. Effective October 1, 2001, all agencies must use FedBizOpps to provide the public access to procurement notices. Vendors are able to sign up to automatically receive procurement information from FedBizOpps. The FedBizOpps web site provides assistance by e-mail and a toll-free helpline. The site also links to other government web sites.

Bidders Inquiry

As of August 2012, the Tulsa District utilizes the Bidder's Inquiry System for the processing of all project and solicitation related questions.  The Bidder's Inquiry System may be accessed at ProjNet.org.  

Click this link for a downloadable PDF copy of the user's guide: Bidder's_Inquiry_System_User's_Guide


Architect-Engineer Contracting with the Corps of Engineers

Information about A-E contracts can be found  within Engineer Pamphlet 715-4, Competing for Architect-Engineer Contracts Awarded by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.

Standard Form 330, Architect-Engineer (A-E) Qualifications, is to be used by A-E firms to submit their qualifications to federal agencies. Standard Form SF 330_Extr, SF 330_SE, and SF 330_SF are extra pages and/or sections for Part 2, Section E, and Section F of the SF 330 Form. Copies of these forms may be downloaded or completed online from the General Services Administration's Standard Form page at  GSA FORMS PAGE.

Construction Contracting with the Corps of Engineers

Information about Construction contracts can be found  within Engineer Pamphlet 415-1-5, Construction Contracts: How to Obtain Construction Contracts Within the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.