Allegheny County Division of Purchasing & Supplies
Their Supplier's Guide to Doing Business links to purchasing partners in other Allegheny County government departments.
The Bid Sheet
Especially useful to small business owners, this local weekly publication lists bid and contract notices from local, state and federal agencies, and construction contractors in the building trades and service industries. The latest issue is available at Downtown & Business on the lower level.
City of Pittsburgh Department of General Services' Purchasing Services
Has information on how to bid for city contracts and an online bidders application
The Housing Authority of the City of Pittsburgh
HACP has numerous and ongoing business opportunities available for providers of various services and products.
Pittsburgh Parking Authority: Contract Bids
The Pittsburgh Parking Authority purchases assorted items and services on a spot buy, semiannual, or annual basis, depending on the commodity. The site explains what a vendor should expect to find and what information is necessary in doing business with the Authority.
Urban Redevelopment Authority of Pittsburgh
Provides information on bids and contracts, RFPs, and projects underway or planned for the future.
Invitation to Qualify
Pennsylvania offers a faster process for procurement of state contracts involving information technology services and personnel training and consulting services.
The Pennsylvania Bulletin
Contains state contracts at the end of each issue.
Pennsylvania Department of General Services
Provides information about how to do business with the Commonwealth, with Pennsylvania eMarketplace portal for the state's current needs in construction, real estate and commodities.
Pennsylvania Department of Transportation: Electronic Bidding System
Allows users to download road construction proposals.
Federal Business Opportunities (FedBizOpps)
Announces federal procurement data for goods and services for the current year including today.
Federal Procurement Data System
View statistics and details of procurement contracts awarded for over 100 federal agencies. Registration to use the database is free.