Contract for the State Auditor
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Contracting opportunities with the Washington State Auditor’s Office (SAO) are posted on the Washington’s Electronic Business Solution (WEBS). Anyone may register in the WEBS system to view and receive updates on contracting opportunities. For assistance with doing business with the State, visit the Department of Enterprise Service’s website.
Types of contracts Office of the Washington State Auditor makes available:
- Performance audit services
- Audit services
- CPA services
- Staff assistance
- Other services (including subject-matter expertise)
Recent Requests for Proposals / Solicitations:
- K646-RFQQ-2011 – Security Assessment Services
- K645-RFI-2011 – Audit Documentation and Management Software Solution
- K636-RFP-1912 – Actuarial Audit of Worker’s Compensation Funds
- K618-RFP-1812 Marketing Plan – Center for Government Innovation
- K620-WR-1902 Videography
- K625 Sole Source Contract
- K627-WR-1910 Photography
- K633-RFQQ-1911 – Energy Independence Act Conservation target compliance evaluation
View Interlocal Agreements
The Interlocal Cooperation Act provides the authority for state agencies to contract with other government entities. In accordance with RCW 39.34.040.
View the SAO list of Interlocal, Intergovernmental and Interagency Agreements (PDF)
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Sole source and emergency purchase
Under state law (RCW.39.26.130), agencies are required to make emergency purchases available for public inspection within 3 working days following the commencement of work or the execution of the contract, whichever occurs first. Information must remain available for the term of the contract or 5 working days, whichever is greater.
|Contract Type||Posting Date||Contractor Name||Brief Description||Period of Performance||Value||SAO contact for questions about this contract|
|Emergency||02/08/2021||Emagined Security||The purpose of this contract is to provide monitoring services to local governments impacted by a security incident||February 8, 2021 – February 8, 2022||$251,800||Charleen Patten|