The Department of Fish and Wildlife advertises its bid opportunities on WEBS, the state’s procurement announcement system. Information on WEBS is available at the Department of Enterprise Services.
- Active interagency agreements (as of June 1, 2019)
Sole-source and emergency contracts/purchases
|Sole Source||Law enforcement officer recruitment||Public Safety Testing, Inc.|
|Sole Source||Killer Whale Foraging Behavior Study||Oceans Initiative|
Please contact Contracts and Purchasing Manager Jeff Hugdahl at 360-902-2230 to obtain a copy of these documents.
Terms and conditions for requests for quotations and field orders
Procurement complaint and protest procedures
- Bid Complaints
WDFW allows prospective bidders to submit complaints about specific procurements. Any prospective vendor may submit a complaint to WDFW; the process for submitting complaints is listed in the agency’s complaint process procedure.
- Procurement protests
Vendors that submit bids on WDFW procurements may submit protests on that procurement if the vendor participates in a debriefing conference. The process for submitting procurement protests is listed in the agency’s procurement protest procedure.
For more information, contact WDFW Contracts and Purchasing Manager Jeff Hugdahl at email@example.com or 360-902-2230.