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Small business opportunities

Under an emergency contract from WSDOT, crews from a Port Angeles company clear a landslide that blocked SR 112.

WSDOT wants small businesses to work with us as:

  • contractors
  • consultants
  • vendors

Here is what you need to know if you're interested in doing business with WSDOT.

Register to do Business with the State

Before doing business with any state agency, including WSDOT:

For more information about business licensing, grant opportunities, and loans, visit Washington State’s Doing Business Portal.  

Become Certified as a Small Business Enterprise

WSDOT has recently implemented a State Small Business Enterprise Program.  Register with the Washington's Electronic Business Solution (WEBS) system.

WSDOT also has a Federal Small Business Enterprise Program. To participate in this program you must become certified as a Small Business Enterprise by the Washington State Office of Minority and Women's Business Enterprises.

Identify Work Opportunities

Learn how to identify potential work opportunities at WSDOT and bid on contracts.

Small Business Services

Several state agencies and organizations assist small businesses with training, certification for veteran-owned businesses and socially and economically disadvantaged business enterprises (minority, women, and other disadvantaged individuals), grants and other resources.  View the variety of small business services available to help you succeed.


Contact WSDOT’s Office of Equal Opportunity Small Business Program at .