Welcome to the Illinois Procurement Bulletin!

On January 1, 2019, the Chief Procurement Office for General Services (CPO-GS) began decommissioning this website. State Agencies are no longer publishing information to this website. The site will be permanently taken down.

You will find new procurement information, including solicitation opportunities and notices of award, on BidBuy.

BidBuy is the CPO-GS' e-procurement system and may be found at https://www.bidbuy.illinois.gov/.

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Visit these other links for more information on how to do business with the State of Illinois.

Illinois Department of Human Rights Form
All vendors (in-state, out-of-state) if you have employed fifteen or more employees at any time during the 365-day period immediately preceding the publication of a solicitation in the Illinois Procurement Bulletin, you must have a current Public Contract Number from the Department of Human Rights or have proof of having submitted a completed application (IDHR Employers Report Form PC-1) for one prior to public bid opening date.

Small Business Set-Aside Program
The Small Business Set-Aside Program allows for the Chief Procurement Officer of the State of Illinois to reserve a fair portion of construction, supply, and service contracts so that small Illinois businesses only can compete for them. Legislation effective January 1, 2005 increased annual sales limits for wholesale and retail businesses so that more companies can be considered small businesses when competing for state contracts.

Veteran-Owned Business
The Illinois Veteran-Owned business promotes the economic development for Service Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Business (SDVOSB) and Veteran-Owned Small Business (VOSB).

Business Enterprise Program
The Illinois Business Enterprise Program for Minorities, Females, and Persons with Disabilities (BEP) promotes the economic development of businesses owned by minorities, females, and persons with disabilities.

Small & Diverse Business Application Form
Completion of the Small & Diverse Business Application Form is only required if your business is applying for the Small Business Set-Aside (SBSP) and/or the Business Enterprise Program (BEP) programs. Go to http://www.sell2.illinois.gov for information regarding both programs.

Out-of-State Vendors
Out-of-State vendors must contact the Illinois Secretary of State (217/782-1834) regarding a certificate of authority to do business in Illinois.

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