Become a Vendor

Access Current Vendor Portal

DHA is going through a transition with our eProcurement and has joined the Rocky Mountain E-Purchasing System. However our current portal is still open and available if you are interested in learning about our recent RFPs and IFQs or if you would like to access your Vendor Profile and other useful information. Click below for access. 

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Register for bidnet to gain access to upcoming opportunities

To improve visibility and participation, Denver Housing Authority (DHA) has joined the Rocky Mountain E-Purchasing System. The Rocky Mountain E-Purchasing System (BidNet®) is an online notification system that is being utilized by multiple governmental entities. Participating entities post their solicitations, amendments, proposals, and awards on this one centralized system. Please review solicitations or register today by visiting the link below:

Vendor Benefits

In addition to having access to Denver Housing Authority’s solicitations, by registering you will have:

• Access to over 300 local and state government agencies located throughout Colorado & Wyoming
• Ability to respond electronically to bid opportunities issued by all participating agencies
• Ability to receive email alerts of new solicitations and amendments (small subscription fee required)
• Ability to market your company through the Advertising Profile option

Buying Departments

Section 3 Business and Hiring

All DHA construction contracts over $200,000 are required to comply with Section 3 Regulations. The purpose of Section 3 is to ensure that, to the greatest extent feasible, that employment, training and business opportunities created by HUD financial assistance be directed to low and very-low income persons. Low income is defined as family (including single persons) income that does not exceed 80% of the median income for the area. Very low-income is defined as family income that does not exceed 50% of the median income for the area. DHA strives to create sustainable economic opportunities for public housing residents through partnerships with our contractors.

Denver Housing Authority is deeply committed to and energetically supports HUD’s Section 3 Business Program. DHA’s Section 3 Business Program has been designed to support the Section 3 regulations of 24 CFR Part 75.

DHA’s Resident Education and Employment Program (Section 3) represents a Federal regulation that addresses job training, employment and contracting opportunities for residents residing in low income areas. All contractors receiving housing or community development funds must ensure that employment, training and other economic activities, to the greatest extent feasible, will be directed to low and very low income persons who reside in targeted Section 3 areas (Section 3 residents).

Please see the attached Section 3 Policy. Questions regarding this policy can be directed to Denise Salazar at