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The goal of MoDOT’s bid opening and award process (also see [http://www.modot.mo.gov/business/standards_and_specs/Sec0103.pdf Sec. 103] of the Missouri Standard Specifications for Highway Construction) is to achieve competitive bids by packaging projects in a manner that makes them as attractive as possible to potential bidders.  Methods of achieving this goal include, but are not limited to, establishing appropriate bid opening dates for the type of work, maintaining a stable bid opening schedule, and grouping or dividing projects to make them more appealing to bidders.
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The goal of MoDOT’s bid opening and award process (also see [http://www.modot.org/business/standards_and_specs/SpecbookEPG.pdf#page=4 Sec. 103] of the Missouri Standard Specifications for Highway Construction) is to achieve competitive bids by packaging projects in a manner that makes them as attractive as possible to potential bidders.  Methods of achieving this goal include, but are not limited to, establishing appropriate bid opening dates for the type of work, maintaining a stable bid opening schedule, and grouping or dividing projects to make them more appealing to bidders.

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MoDOT Bidding and Contracting Opportunities
This site is where you start to bid on a MoDOT project, supply request, building contract, training opportunity, property for sale, surplus offer or anything else.

The goal of MoDOT’s bid opening and award process (also see Sec. 103 of the Missouri Standard Specifications for Highway Construction) is to achieve competitive bids by packaging projects in a manner that makes them as attractive as possible to potential bidders. Methods of achieving this goal include, but are not limited to, establishing appropriate bid opening dates for the type of work, maintaining a stable bid opening schedule, and grouping or dividing projects to make them more appealing to bidders.

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