Using a roster is an alternative contracting process that most Washington public agencies can follow as a way to more efficiently fulfill small to medium sized contracting needs. Although using a roster process can expedite projects, there are still contracting procedural requirements that should be followed based on the type of roster and in accordance with internal agency policies.
Washington city and county governments are authorized to use a roster process, but not all special purpose districts are authorized.
View the Small Works and Vendor Roster Authorized Chart.
- Small Public Works Roster
The Small Works Roster (SWR) may be used for projects under $300,000.00, including construction, building, renovation, remodeling, alteration, repair, or improvement of real property as referenced by RCW 39.04.155.
- Consultant Roster
The Consultant Roster may be used for small to medium sized professional service contracts under Chapter 18.08 RCW (architectural), Chapter 18.43 RCW, (engineering and land surveying) and Chapter 18.96 RCW (landscape architecture) all as referenced in Chapter 39.80 RCW and for Personal Services (management, planning, and other services).
- Vendor Roster
The Vendor Roster may be used for the purchase of supplies, materials, and equipment not being purchased in connection with public works contracts, including product sales, equipment repair, and vehicle maintenance, as referenced in RCW 39.04.190.
Purchasing and Bidding Information
- Small Works Roster Manual
To learn more about the Small Works Rosters process, including bid limits and contracting flow charts, click here to review the Small Works Roster Manual.
- Contracting For Services Manual
To learn more about contracting for A&E Professional Services, Personal Services, and Purchased Services, click here to review the Contracting for Services Manual.
- Purchasing and Bidding Information
To learn more about all of the areas of local government contracting related to purchasing and bidding, including procuring Vendor services, click here to review the Purchasing and Bidding section of the MRSC website.