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The State of West Virginia seeks to ensure a fair and competitive bidding process. To assist in this mission, the West Virginia Purchasing Division publicly advertises all solicitations expected to exceed $25,000, electronically publishes all bids received for these solicitations, and provides additional reference and transparency-related materials to guide and inform vendors throughout the procurement process. Below is a collection of resources which further supports vendors wishing to bid on a solicitation, including vendor registration requirements, the West Virginia Purchasing Bulletin*, a chronological listing of bids received, and other necessary references related to the bidding process.
*During the wvOASIS transition taking place that effects the State of West Virginia's procurement process, the listing of solicitations contained within the former format of the West Virginia Purchasing Bulletin, which required a login from registered vendors, is now being made available to the public. If you do not have a login for this site, hard copies of the solicitations within this listing may be requested free of charge by visiting and completing your request using our Get RFQ tool.
Vendors interested in doing business with the State of West Virginia will want to set up your company’s new registration profile in the Vendor Self-Service system, which you may access at wvOASIS.gov. The new West Virginia Purchasing Bulletin is located at the VSS on the wvOASIS.gov site.
This selection of video-based presentations provides vendors with a complete overview related to each of the procurement-related topics below. Left clicking on each button should open the video presentation through your computer's web browser. Alternatively, to download each file for later viewing, right-click on the button and select "Save target as..." and the location on your computer to save the file. Please keep in mind that file sizes may be large. Depending on your Internet connection, some modules may take several minutes, or longer, to download.
This group of informational resources contains additional reference materials which govern the state procurement process, including materials needed during the procurement process, such as the West Virginia Code, the West Virginia Code of State Rules, and the West Virginia Vendor Procurement Guide. Furthermore, this section comprises other publications and documents pertinent to the state bidding process, including valuable forms and the Agency and Purchasing Master Terms and Conditions, as well as supplementary information used to conduct business with West Virginia state agencies.
This final section includes helpful information and links for vendors doing business with the State of West Virginia.
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