How does the DFW Airport Board purchase goods and services?
The purchasing of goods and services for the DFW Airport is centralized through the Procurement and Materials Management Department.
How does the DFW Airport Board procure construction projects?
The purchasing of construction related projects for the DFW Airport is centralized through the Airport Development and Engineering Department.
Does the DFW Airport Board buy what I sell?
The DFW Airport Procurement Department buys goods and services necessary to support the maintenance and operation of the Airport.
What Airport departments buy what I sell?
All DFW Airport departments send purchase requisitions to the Procurement and Materials Management Department to procure goods and services. These departments include:
- Administration and Diversity Division
- Business Diversity and Development
- Human Resources
- Internal Communications and Diversity
- Procurement and Materials Management
- Risk Management
- Audit Services
- Finance and Information Technology Division
- Information Technology Services
- Government and Stakeholder Affairs Division
- Government and Stakeholder Affairs
- Public Affairs
- Legal Services
- Marketing and Terminal Management Division
- Air Service Development
- Aviation Real Estate
- Customer Service
- Market Planning and Analysis
- Operations Division
- Airport Development and Engineering
- Asset Management
- Department of Public Safety
- Energy and Transportation Management
- Environmental Affairs
- Revenue Management Division
- Commercial Development
How do I make myself known to those departments?
The Procurement and Materials Management Department is the first point of contact at DFW Airport at 972 973 5600.
How do I get started?
Register on the DFW Airport iSupplier Portal Application (iSupplier). Quick and easy registration is needed in order to begin.
How do I find out about upcoming solicitations?
Read the Public Notice section of Dallas and Fort Worth newspapers or you may view current solicitation information under Solicitation Schedules.
How do I get a copy of a solicitation package?
The easiest method is to download the solicitation from the DFW Airport website, found under Business Opportunities from the main page.
Solicitation packages may also be emailed upon request or may be picked up in person from the Airport Board Procurement Offices.
How do I submit a bid or proposal?
Bids and proposals are typically received at the Procurement Building, 3122 E 30th Street, DFW Airport, TX 75261. However, Bidders/Proposers should review all solicitations for specific requirements. Late bids/proposals will not be accepted. It is important that you respond according to the instructions in the solicitation package, or we may not be able to consider your bid.
What if I have questions on a solicitation package?
It is the Bidder’s/Proposer’s responsibility to obtain clarification of any information contained in the Solicitation. Bidders/Proposers must submit all questions or requests for clarification in writing and ONLY to the contact person identified on the cover page of the Solicitation. The Solicitation number must be referenced in all correspondence pertaining to the solicitation.
How will I know if the solicitation changes?
The DFW Airport may, at its sole discretion, elect to issue changes or clarifications to Solicitations. The Airport will issue changes or clarifications in the form of written addenda. Written addenda shall be the ONLY form of amendment to Solicitations. Other written information or verbal communication, including but not limited to discussion in a pre-bid conference, shall not constitute a change to the Solicitations' requirements.
The Board will make every attempt to post addenda, if issued, on this web site prior to the date and time of the Public Bid Opening or Proposal Due Date. It is the responsibility of the Bidder/Proposer to ensure receipt of any addenda issued. Failure to receive any addendum or interpretation shall not relieve the Bidder/Proposer from any obligations under its Bid/Proposal as submitted. The Bidder/Proposer must sign all addenda and return them with their bid. All addenda shall become part of the Contract documents
I am a disadvantaged/minority/woman owned business enterprise (D/M/WBE); how can I compete for the DFW Airport’s business?
The DFW Airport is committed to providing an equal opportunity for all firms to compete for Airport business, and our Business Diversity and Development Department is devoted to assisting D/W/WBEs.