SAT’s Solicitation Schedules section offers prospective contractors, consultants, vendors and concessionaires detailed information and schedules on bid openings, bid results, RFPs, RFQs and specifications/solicitations. Open Solicitations
Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (DBE) Program
Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (DBE) and Airport Concession Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (ACDBE) Program for Federally Funded Projects and Airport Concessions
Disadvantaged Business Enterprises (DBEs) Build Our Future One of the San Antonio International Airport's (SAIA) objectives is to facilitate Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (DBE) participation for contractual opportunities at the San Antonio International Airport System. See DBE Program
Small Business Economic Development Advocacy (SBEDA) Program
It is the policy of the City of San Antonio (pursuant to City Ordinance #69403) to involve qualified small businesses and local business enterprises to the greatest extent feasible in the City's construction, professional service and other discretionary contracts. See SBEDA Program
Code of Ethics
Notice Regarding Prohibition on Campaign or Officeholder Contribution for Individuals and Entities Seeking High-Profile Contracts.
Under Section 2-309 of the Municipal Campaign Finance Code, the following are prohibited from making a campaign or officeholder contribution to any member of City Council, candidate for City Council or political action committee that contributes to City Council elections from the 10th business day after a contract solicitation has been released until 30 calendar days after the contract has been awarded:
- Legal signatory of a high-profile contract;
- Any individual seeking a high-profile contract;
- Any owner or officer of an entity seeking a high-profile contract;
- The spouse of any of these individuals; and
- Any attorney, lobbyist or consultant retained to assist in seeking contract.
A high-profile contract cannot be awarded to the individual or entity if a prohibited contribution has been made by any of these individuals during the "black out" period.
The City of San Antonio Ethics Code (PDF)
Becoming a Vendor
Every manufacturer, supplier, vendor and others wishing to do business with the City of San Antonio MUST FIRST register with the City. There are two types of classifications, Procurement and Non-Procurement. If you will receive payments from the City of San Antonio under a contract, if you will receive Requests for Quotations, Purchase Orders, or other Procurement documents, or if you are a construction or architecture and engineering vendor, you are considered a Procurement Vendor in the Central Vendor Registration (CVR). See City of San Antonio Purchasing Website
This page shows anticipated solicitations to be release in the near future. This page is to be strictly utilized as a planning tool and the City is under no obligation to adhere to this schedule. Upcoming Solicitations