- Contracting Opportunities
Contracts Out for Bid
Energy Safety partners with the California Department of General Services (DGS) to make contracting opportunities available to the public.
DGS provides an eProcurement portal where bidding opportunities are advertised by state agencies to be viewed and bid on by businesses. To access the eProcurement portal and to view bidding opportunities, visit Cal eProcure. No login or fees are required to access the content of this website.
Energy Safety’s contract opportunities can be found through searching by the Department name, or by searching “3355” in the Business Unit field. Current opportunities are also linked below for convenience. Please note that the most current and up-to-date information for any contracting opportunity is found via the Cal eProcure posting. It is highly encouraged to source all specifics from the original Event ID post.
Energy Safety encourages Disabled Veteran Business Enterprises (DVBE), Certified Small Businesses (SB) and Microbusinesses (MB) participation in all contracts. For more information on SB/DVBE Program requirements or certifications, please visit the DGS Office of Small Business and Disabled Veteran Business Enterprise Office website or reach out to Energy Safety’s SB/DVBE Advocate Allison Kenngott at OBASAdvocate@dgs.ca.gov.
The State of California, Office of Energy Infrastructure Safety (Energy Safety), is procuring consultant services to assist Energy Safety with developing guidelines for Electric Undergrounding Plans (EUP). Pursuant to Public Utilities Code section 8388.5 et seq., Energy Safety must evaluate and approve (or deny) EUPs voluntarily submitted by electrical corporations. EUPs must meet certain requirements as set forth in Public Utilities Code section 8388.5 as well as Energy Safety¿s EUP Guidelines. Energy Safety will develop these EUP Guidelines through a regulatory process that includes stakeholder engagement as well as input from the Wildfire Safety Advisory Board.
You are invited to review and respond to this Request for Proposals (RFP) for safety culture assessment services being offered by the Office of Energy Infrastructure Safety (Energy Safety). The annual safety culture assessment process includes a workforce survey, a management self-assessment, submission of objectives and lessons learned, and interviews. The process approved in 2020 was carried out for the first time in 2021 and continues annually. The tasks set forth in this Scope of Work will assist Energy Safety with carrying out the 2024 SCA process.