The Golden Gate Bridge, Highway and Transportation District (District) is committed to the safety of the workers at our facilities, both the District’s and yours. We trust that it is a goal and priority we both share. The District has enacted precautions and restrictions related to the coronavirus (COVID-19) that apply to both our employees and all suppliers and contractors who access our facilities in alignment with the guidance issued by local authorities.
At this time, the District is complying with County or State Public Health orders related to social distancing or sheltering in place. Entry to District property and facilities by non-employees and contractors may be controlled, and once on site social distancing may be enforced. Large groupings of non-employees and contractors are discouraged, although outdoor projects may be permitted per County or State Public Health orders. Therefore, all suppliers and contractors are advised:
- Access to District facilities is generally limited to those performing District-critical functions.
- Suppliers and contractors should communicate with their District point of contact for specific access directions and reporting instructions.
Please refer to Coronavirus Vendor Contractor Information for further information.
The Golden Gate Bridge, Highway and Transportation District (District) is dedicated to ensuring full and open competition and equitable treatment of all potential bidders/proposers. It is the policy of the District to ensure nondiscrimination in the award and administration of all contracts and to create a level playing field on which all businesses can compete fairly for contracts and subcontracts relating to the District's construction, procurement, and professional services activities.
Doing Business Guide Procurement Ethics Procurement Ordinance
The Procurement Department facilitates the purchase of supplies, equipment and services in support of the essential operations for the Golden Gate Bridge, Highway and Transportation District. We strive to maximize the value of every expenditure while operating under the principles of integrity and open competition.
Achievement of Excellence in Procurement Award Winner
In 1995, the National Procurement Institute, Inc. (NPI) established a program designed to recognize organizational excellence in public procurement. The Achievement of Excellence in Procurement® (AEP) is awarded annually. This prestigious award is earned by those organizations that demonstrate excellence by obtaining a high score based on standardized criteria. The criteria are designed to measure innovation, professionalism, productivity, e-procurement, and leadership attributes of the procurement organization. The GGBHTD Procurement Department is a proud recipient of the 25th Annual award.
Diversity Program for Contracts
For more information on the District's Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (DBE) goals, information for small businesses, contracting newsletters, upcoming buyers forums, etc., please visit our Diversity Program for Contracts page.
Diversity Program for Contracts
The District disposes of un-needed surplus property through an online auction provider, Public Surplus. To view and bid on surplus property, please visit our page below. Additional items may be auctioned via First Capitol Auction.
Golden Gate Surplus Auctions