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Capture Denver Bid Opportunities!

Public bids, RFPs and recently awarded contracts from over 250 government agencies and public entities in the Denver area

Denver Area Bids, RFPs and Contracts Opportunities

The City of Denver alone spends billions of dollars to maintain and improve infrastructure, and provide services. Much of this is spent through contracts won by businesses like yours! Preference is given to local, diverse and small businesses through programs like HUB, making it possible for every contractor and business to win a contract. Learn More …


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Federal & State of Colorado

Bids and RFPs from the Federal Government and the State of Colorado in the Denver area

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Counties

Opportunities from Denver County and nine surrounding counties

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Cities

Opportunities from the City of Denver and surrounding cities

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Local Entities

Including school systems, college and university systems, utility districts, libraries, airports, prisons, hospitals and others


Are you new to government contracting? No problem!

Getting started with small, local entities is a great way to enter the government market. Winning contracts with smaller entities is typically easier than winning larger state or federal contracts for the following reasons:

  • Fewer competing contractors

  • More accessibility to purchasing agents and bid plans

  • Less rigorous vendor registration process

Plus, larger entities also prefer to work with contractors who have a portfolio of contracts with smaller, local entities.

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