DCAMM Contractor Certification

Contractors wishing to submit prime bids on public building projects estimated to cost more than one hundred thousand dollars ($100,000) for the construction, reconstruction, installation, demolition, maintenance, or repair of any publicly owned building must first be certified by the Division of Capital Asset Management (DCAMM). Certification is also required for filed sub-bids. The certification process is conducted by DCAMM Contractor Certification Office.



Construction Opportunities, DCAMM Bid Room

Every General Bidder must be certified by Division of Capital Asset Management ("DCAMM") for the category of work and for no less than the bid price plus alternates of the project being bid.  Contractors wishing to submit filed sub-bids on public building projects must first be certified by DCAMM for that sub-bid trade, showing that the Sub-Bidder has been approved to bid on projects of the category of work required. Every Filed ub-Bidder must submit with each filed sub-bid, a Filed Sub-Bidder Certificate of Eligibility and a fully completed Sub-Bidder Update Statement.  For information on how to become certified by DCAMM, see the Contractor Certification link above.


Supplier Diversity Office

The Supplier Diversity Program (SDP), formerly known as the Affirmative Market Program (AMP), was established in 2010 to promote supplier diversity in public contracting. The program instituted policies to encourage the award of state contracts in a manner that develops and strengthens certified Minority and Women Business Enterprises (M/WBEs). Their mission is to increase business opportunities for M/WBEs.