ALERT: Virginia’s Community College eVA Buyers/Approvers: Integrations will be offline effective 5:00 pm Monday, June 17th, due to fiscal year end activities on the AIS production database. Please do not process (submit or approve) any requisitions or purchase orders in eVA after 5:00 pm Monday, June 17th for Fiscal Year 2019. Please submit only requisitions for Fiscal Year 2020, where those requisitions will become purchase orders when the system is back up. VCCS anticipates the system will be back online no later than Tuesday, July 2nd.
Learn about Virginia’s procurement marketplace where all of Virginia State Agencies, Colleges and Universities, as well as many Local Governments, post bidding opportunities, get quotes and place orders for goods and services.
Free to join, eVA registration gives you access to many free services and tools including automated placement on bidders list and email/fax notifications for business opportunities with Virginia State Agencies, Colleges and Universities, as well as many Local Governments.
Virginia manages a formal certification process to identify vendors as a Small, Woman-owned, Minority-owned business and/or other classifications. This is an important part of defining yourself in doing business with Virginia.
The official method for Vendors to submit complaints regarding contracts issued by the Division of Purchases and Supply (DPS) or the Virginia Information Technology Agency (VITA).
Inactive eVA Vendor Accounts
Vendor’s accounts may be inactive for a number of reasons. The inactive vendor list is available for buyers and vendors as a reference to resolve accounts (click to find out more about eVA statuses). Included, are all businesses and individuals excluded from contracting with state agencies through debarment, enjoinment, or suspension by the Commonwealth under the Construction Professional Services Manual (CPSM) and the Agency Procurement and Surplus Property Manual (APSPM).