This bid center provides you information on capital construction projects, which of those are being competitively bid, and which of those projects are proceeding forward under other statutory methods.
Wyoming Statutes provide for three basic approaches to construction projects: competitive sealed bidding, competitive negotiation and noncompetitive negotiation, see W.S. 9-2-1016 (b).
Competitive sealed bidding for supplies and services exceeding $7,500 is the standard approach. Competitive negotiation is available when the administrator determines competitive sealed bidding is not feasible, and the governor or his designee also approves.
Previously, information on construction projects was provided through the Department of Administration and Information (A&I). However, in accordance with W.S. 16-6-1001 (a)(i)(E), reporting on capital construction has now shifted to the Construction Management Division of the State Construction Department.
The majority of state organizations post bid information using the Public Purchase system available through the Wyoming State Procurement Division, including Game and Fish, the Department of Corrections, State Parks and Cultural Services, and the Oil & Gas Conservation Commission.
Other state organizations post bid information on sites that are separate from Public Purchase, those are listed and linked below.