Oklahoma and Electronic Bidding: A New Opportunity

On August 6, 2020, Oklahoma Governor Kevin Stitt signed a new bill into law regarding the use of online bidding for county projects, in alignment with his administration's focus on digital government initiatives that improve efficiency. As of November 1, 2020, any county government in Oklahoma can begin using an online bidding platform to solicit bids for project lettings. With easier access to projects and error-free bid submissions, online bidding is proven to attract more bidders, increase competition, and ultimately lower costs for agency users.

Are you ready to start bidding online?

If not, don’t worry - we can help.

Infotech has a long history of working with the Oklahoma Department of Transportation (ODOT), Oklahoma Turnpike Authority (OTA), and as of June 2019, the Oklahoma Office of Management & Enterprise Services (OMES) to provide secure online bidding at the state level. Keep reading to find out how we can help you get started with online bidding on Bid Express.


Benefits of Bid Express

Easy to implement and even easier to use, Bid Express simplifies the bidding process by allowing contractors to submit sealed and secure bids from any internet-connected device. Learn more about the benefits of Bid Express. Benefits include:

Benefits of Bid Express

Easy to implement and even easier to use, Bid Express simplifies the bidding process by allowing contractors to submit sealed and secure bids from any internet-connected device. Learn more about the benefits of Bid Express. Benefits include:

No more throwing away the low bid on a technicality

Oklahoma + Bid Express

6 Oklahoma State & Local Agencies Use the Bid Express Service
1,500+ Bids Processed in the State of Oklahoma
$8.7B in Bids Processed in the State of Oklahoma
400+ Registered Users in Oklahoma
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