Effective March 22, 2021, King County entered Phase 3 of Governor Inslee's Healthy Washington — Roadmap to Recovery plan. This did not change construction guidance from previous phases, and all construction continues under the Governor’s construction safety guidance. The Port of Seattle reviews and monitors job site safety plans for all construction in compliance with Governor Inslee’s Proclamation 20-25 and construction guidance. Visit our COVID-19 Updates for Port Construction page for details.
Would you like to do business with the Port? If you are considering working with us, follow the steps below to get started.
- Register your business on VendorConnect. VendorConnect is the Port's contracting database. This tool is a one-stop resource for small works, consulting, and goods and services. Use VendorConnect to market your firm to Port buyers and procurement professionals, learn about current and future business opportunities, receive procurement updates, and more!
- Register to attend a PortGen. PortGens are training workshops where we teach you how to do business with us. These workshops may focus on a specific project, industry, or development tool. Check our PortGen page regularly as we are constantly adding in more learning opportunities. PowerPoints and video recordings (if available) can also be found on the PortGen page.
- Take a look at our Future Solicitations. See what products and services the Port is planning to procure in the future.
- Email the Port of Seattle's Diversity in Contracting team. We are happy to answer any questions you may have and help guide you through the Port's processes.