What is WEBS?
Washington State Parks utilizes the Department of Enterprise Services' WEBS portal for purchasing goods and services. WEBS is "Washington's Electronic Business Solution," an online vendor registration and bid notification system. The system offers an online site where vendors can register to receive government bid notifications. Governmental buyers will be able to go to the same site to post bidding opportunities and amendments. For more information, please contact the WEBS Customer Service Help Desk at 360-902-7400 or via email.

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1. What do the initials after the project name stand for?
2. Does Washington State Parks charge for its plans and specifications packages?
3. How can I find out the bid results?
4. Do I have to request the plans and specifications in order to look at them?
5. Does Washington State Parks maintain a small works roster?
6. Does Washington State Parks maintain a consultants roster for architectural and engineering firms?
7. Why does Washington State Parks require a physical address for plans and specifications?
8. Does Washington State Parks have any special requirements for me to be able to bid on its projects?
9. Do you always require a bid bond on your projects?
10. Can I change my bid?
11. Can I just get on your master plan holders list?
12. What is WEBS?