FDOT is a decentralized agency consisting of the Central Office, seven Districts, the Turnpike Enterprise, and the High Speed Rail Enterprise. Each District has
offices responsible for acquiring commodities, contractual services, road and bridge construction and maintenance, and professional services.
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Registration in MyFloridaMarketPlace and the Vendor Bid System
MyFloridaMarketPlace (MFMP) is the State of Florida's vendor registration system.
In addition to being registered in MFMP, you will also need to register for electronic notification of bidding opportunities in the Vendor Information Portal.
To be properly notified of bidding opportunities, it is important that the commodity codes used to describe your products / services are inclusive and that the proper choices are selected for notification purposes.
The Vendor Information Portal E-mail Notifications Handout (Adobe PDF)
is a guideline for thorough completion of the requirements to get properly notified.
State of Florida Minority Certification
To begin the certification process, please follow the steps below:
Once MFMP registration is completed, you will have 25 days from that date to submit the required supporting documentation as it pertains to your business structure. The required lists of
supporting documents are on the Office of Supplier Diversity's website under the Certification / Supporting Documentation Link.
Please contact the Office of Supplier Diversity at 850-487-0915 if additional information is needed.
Contracting Opportunities with FDOT
The following are direct links to procurement advertisements at FDOT:
Select the link to view the currently awarded
FDOT contracts for Commodities and Contractual Services.
As you plan your strategy for future bidding opportunities, pay particular attention to expiration dates and whether a renewal provision is contained within the contract. Also, be aware that our contracting needs are also affected by major statewide contracts advertised and
awarded by the Department of Management Services. Many of these contracts contain a requirement for state agencies to obtain commodities and contractual services from the statewide contracts. DMS contracts include State Term Contracts,
Alternate Contract Sources, and
State Purchasing Agreements.
Vendors, Consultants and Contractors may wish to look beyond direct contracting opportunities with FDOT and seek out major contractors doing business with FDOT who may have a need for subcontractors.
You may wish to utilize the following links to make contact with some FDOT prime contractors.