Posted Bids, Solicitations and Notices

Advertising for Formal Solicitations

This page is for informational purposes and lists sources the University may utilize for advertising public solicitations for San Diego State University, Imperial Valley Campus, Brawley Campus and other sites. The responsibility shall be on the prospective bidder to check the sources (listed below) for each project.

Suppliers / Contractors doing business with the state of California are required by law to complete and return the Supplier Information (Payee Data Record) Form 204. Payment is contingent upon receipt of this form by the University Accounts Payable Department.

For SDSU bidding opportunities, the university advertises in the following publications:

For the California State University (CSU) and its affiliated campuses, the CSU advertises bid opportunities, on the following:


Public Contracts Code Restrictions for CSU Employees

California State University (CSU) employees and immediate past employees must comply with restrictions regarding contracting with the CSU. View the CSU Additional Employment Policy. For information regarding “Additional Employment and Overload Policy,” contact SDSU Research Foundation, Human Resources.

Please refer to SDSU’s General Provisions for Competitive Bidding if you have any questions regarding the university’s bidding process or policies. Additional questions may be directed to Contract & Procurement Management at 619-594-5243.

Public Works and Construction Project Information

Contract Bids

Contract & Procurement Management bids and executes contracts that apply to new construction or improvements to existing structures including roads and parking infrastructure requirements. To view the CSU Contract General Conditions for Minor Capital Outlay Projects (less than $656,000) and Major Capital Outlay Projects (greater than $656,000).

To meet prequalification requirements for Public Works projects please visit the following CSU Capital Planning, Design and Construction links:

Architect and Engineering Firms

Construction Management Firms

Senate Bill (SB854)

California new law (SB 854) provides that “A contractor or subcontractor shall not be qualified to bid on, be listed in a bid proposal, subject to the requirements of Section 4104 of the Public Contract Code, or engage in the performance of any contract for public work, as defined in this chapter, unless currently registered and qualified to perform public work pursuant to Labor Code Section 1725.5. For more information and to register with the Department of Industrial Relations (DIR) see Public Works Law and look under ‘Contractor Registration.’