Thanks for getting back to me.
There are a few commercial services on the internet that will probably
serve your needs nicely, as they compile information on thousands of
new contracting jobs -- requests for proposals -- and make these
The services can even deliver an email directly to your inbox with any
new postings as they become available.
The first such service is FindRFP:
and you can use it immediately by simply entering a term of interest
in the search box. I searched on [ demolition ] to create the list I
provided to you earlier.
The search will return a list of RFPs from state and federal governments.
In order to get the full information on each listing, you have to
subscribe to the FindRFP service. However, they offer a free trial --
look for the red "Free Trial" button or box on each page.
FindRFP offers online searching, email notification, and more. As
their site puts it, they provide:
Unlimited On-line Search of the most up-to-date comprehensive database
all in one location
? Daily Email Notification on matching new bid opportunities
delivered to your mailbox
? Exhaustive Coverage of the $2 trillion government market
? Complete and Relevant Information screened by sophisticated search
engine and human editors
? Boost Revenue: our members typically bring in $100,000 to
$2,000,000 in additional revenue each year
Subscription prices vary depending on whether you are looking for
regional or national coverage, but run around $20-30 per month.
Another service offering similar sorts of access to RFPs is Onvia:
Their site doesn't offer a search box, so it's harder to test out than
FindRFP.com, but they will send you a free sample of listing tailored
to your interests, if you fill out their form. Just click on the text
that says "FREE Sample Guide", and give it a try.
These two are probably your best bet (there are some federal
government services as well, but these are more limited as they don't
cover state offerings). Give them a try, and let me know how they
work out for you.
I trust this information fully answers your question.
However, please don't rate this answer until you have everything you
need. If you would like any additional information, just post a
Request for Clarification to let me know how I can assist you further,
and I'm at your service.
All the best,
search strategy -- Used bookmarked sites for RFPs.