Competitive Solicitations Notices

The UW utilizes the Washington Electronic Business Solution (WEBS) to post notices for competitive solicitations over $100,000 and occasionally for solicitations between $10,000 and $99,999. The notices posted in WEBS contain details related to the solicitation type, size and scope, instructions regarding the timeline and method required to submit a bid, and contact information.

Some solicitations are managed electronically through the SAP Business Network (also known as Ariba Network). In order to view the complete solicitation and respond to WEBS postings from the University, suppliers may be required to register in the Ariba Network.  There is no fee for registering in the Ariba Network. Pre-registering on the Ariba Network prepares suppliers to respond to University solicitations and can save time when responding to future solicitations.

Publicly Accessible Contract Reports

In addition to locating contracting opportunities on this website and in WEBS, suppliers can review a list of all of state agency contracts, including University contracts, at: data.wa.gov. View the report for 2020.
The list contains agency and contractor names, contract dates and amounts, and purpose and procurement information for each contract, and can serve as a resource to understand what agencies purchase.

Current Contracting Opportunities 

Description Notes
Catering Pool for Bothell, Tacoma, and Seattle Campuses The University is interested in expanding our pool of caterers and food service provides for all University campus locations. To be considered, please complete our Catering Questionnaire

Provide caregiver retention and support services and foster parent training to support the Alliance for Child Welfare Excellence (Alliance), a comprehensive statewide partnership between the University of Washington, University of Washington Tacoma, Eastern Washington University and the Department of Children, Youth and Families (DCYF).

INTENTO

Esta Solicitud de Cotizaciones y Calificaciones (RFQQ) es emitida por la Universidad de Washington para solicitar propuestas de Contratistas interesados en proporcionar servicios de retención y apoyo para cuidadores y capacitación para padres adoptivos. La ejecución de un contrato no es una garantía de negocio.

El grupo permanecerá abierto y en curso con el fin de agregar entrenadores adicionales a discreción de la UW. 

Revisar RFQQ 22-0038

 

To support the goal of the Alliance to retain and support prospective foster parents, licensees and kinship caregivers, and to assist caregivers un accessing support services as they care for children and youth placed in their homes, the University is soliciting proposals from Contractors interested in providing caregiver retention and support services and foster parent training. To be considered, please review and respond to UW Request for Qualifications:  RFQ 22-0038.  The opportunity will remain open and ongoing in order to add trainers at UW discretion.

Planned Contracting Opportunities

Description - Project Estimated Issue Date Notes
Promotional and Branded Products -  Refresh May 2022

The University will be expanding the pool of suppliers authorized to sell branded and promotional products to University departments and student organizations. If you are interested in this opportunity contact Claudia Christensen claudiac@uw.edu

 

Submitting a Bid

  • Read all requirements in a bid thoroughly and refer questions to the UW Buyer named in the document prior to the deadlines specified in the bid document.
  • Pay close attention to the instructions in the solicitation regarding when and how to submit offers.
  • Any questions regarding the solicitation should be directed to the UW Buyer named in the solicitation.
  • Bids must be received by the date and time indicated in the solicitation document. Depending on the type of solicitation, late offers will not be considered.

Bid Openings

  •  Procurement Services solicitations do not include a public bid opening. 
  • Responses to Requests for Proposals and Requests for Information will not be read at a public opening.

Complaint and Protest Procedure

Solicitations posted to WEBS shall include complaint and protest procedures in compliance with RCW 39.26.170. Complaints address issues with the solicitation and must be submitted and responded to prior to the deadline for submissions.  Protests address issues with the award after the apparent successful bidder is announced.

Public Review of Bid Responses

Bid responses for goods, services and supplies are available for public review in accordance with State public disclosure laws after an award is made. All bid files are maintained by bid number only. The bid number must be cited in any request for information. For more information, visit the Office of Public Records website.