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District Department of Transportation

Contractors Information Center

This section provides important information for firms doing design and construction work for the District Department of Transportation.

Made in America Laws: Buy American (BAA), Buy America, and Build America Buy America (BABA)

DDOT shall abide by domestic content procurement domestic content procurement preference as defined in IIJA, § 70912(2)preference mandates pursuant to Buy American Act codified under 41 U.S.C. §§ 8301-8303 and 48 CFR 25.100 and FAR 52.225; Buy America pursuant to the Surface Transportation Assistance Act (Public Law 97-424, 1983) codified at 23 U.S.C. § 313 and implemented under 23 CFR 635.410; and Build America Buy America Act (Pub. L. No. 117-58) implemented under 2 CFR 184 for all articles, materials, and supplies that are consumed in, incorporated into, or affixed to all public The IIJA’s definition of “infrastructure” encompasses public infrastructure projects. Thus, the term “infrastructure” includes, at a minimum, the structures, facilities, and equipment for, in the United States, roads, highways, and bridges; public transportation; dams, ports, harbors, and other maritime facilities; intercity passenger and freight railroads; freight and intermodal facilities; airports; water systems, including drinking water and wastewater systems; electrical transmission facilities and systems; utilities; broadband infrastructure; and buildings and real property. Agencies should treat structures, facilities, and equipment that generate, transport, and distribute energy -including electric vehicle (EV) charging -as infrastructure.infrastructure projects in the following categories: (1) iron or steel; (2) manufactured product; (3) The IIJA finds that “construction materials” includes an article, material, or supply—other than an item of primarily iron or steel; a manufactured product; cement and cementitious materials; aggregates such as stone, sand, or gravel; or aggregate binding agents or additives—that is or consists primarily of:

• non-ferrous metals;
• plastic and polymer-based products    (including polyvinylchloride,    composite building materials, and    polymers used in fiber optic cables);
• glass (including optic glass);
• lumber; or
• drywall.
construction material
; or (4) BABA 70917(c) Item.

Prime Contractor Representative shall certify to DDOT that all articles, materials, and supplies furnished at the job site for an infrastructure project abides by all applicable domestic content procurement preference using this DDOT Made In America Compliance Certificate Form.

Procurement

Office of Contracting and Procurement

The DC Office of Contracting and Procurement (OCP), under the direction of the Chief Procurement Officer, was established by DC law in 1997 and provides contracting services for selected agencies and offices in the District.

District Transportation Access Portal

The District Transportation Access Portal (DTAP) provides a wealth of performance data and project information about District Department of Transportation (DDOT) projects.

Project Forecasting

This page provides a forecast of DDOT’s upcoming construction projects.

Architect & Engineering Task Orders

The purpose of this site is to publicize solicitations for Architect & Engineering (A/E) Task Orders (TO) and to communicate other information relevant to those who are participating and/or teaming on the A/E schedule.

Estimation Catalog and Funding Group Names

The purpose of this page is to publicize the Estimation Catalog and Funding Group Names and Unit Prices for DDOT projects.

Bidding

Bid Tabulations

Bids are posted as submitted by offerors. With regard to such information, the District of Columbia Office of Contracting and Procurement makes no representations or interpretations as to what has been submitted or the correctness of such information.

Price Index

Submitted Bids Disclaimer: Bid information and unit prices are posted as submitted by offerors. With regard to such information, the District of Columbia Office of Contracting and Procurement makes no representations or interpretations as to what has been submitted or the correctness of such information.

Manuals, Guidelines, and Standards

To view the information, please visit the Standards and Guidelines page.