San Antonio Airport

Doing Business with SAT

Business Opportunities

Business Opportunities

Current Solicitations

SAAS Solicitation Schedules section offers prospective contractors, consultants, vendors and concessionaires detailed information and schedules on bid openings, bid results, RFPs, RFQs and specifications/solicitations.

SAAS construction and professional service agreements online bidding will be utilized via CivCast. Follow submittal instructions on civcastusa.com
In addition, Stinson Municipal Airport (SSF) occasionally releases TXDDOT projects on Aviation Projects

Upcoming Solicitation

If you are interested in a list of solicitations to be released in the near future please email your request to BODD@sanantonio.gov

Disclaimer: The City is under no obligation to release any solicitations provided on the list. All dates and dollar amounts are also subject to change.

Code of Ethics

Download a copy of the City of San Antonio’s Code of Ethics

Outreach Events

BODD hosts various contracting opportunities events to highlight upcoming projects at SAAS. The Contracting Opportunities Event presentations highlight project scopes, timelines, funding source and offer Subcontracts an opportunity to meet with Prime Contractors and other key stakeholders.

Past Events

Becoming a City Registered Vendor

Every manufacturer, supplier, vendor and others wishing to do business with the City of San Antonio MUST FIRST register with the City of San Antonio. There are two types of classifications, Procurement and Non-Procurement.

If you receive payments from the City of San Antonio under a contract, you will receive a Request for Quotations, Purchase Orders, or other Procurement documents, or if you are a construction, architecture or engineering vendor, you are considered a Procurement Vendor in the Central Vendor Registration (CVR).

Getting Certified

A Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (DBE)/Airport Concession Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (ACDBE) is a for-profit small business concern that is at least 51% owned by one or more individuals who are both socially
and economically disadvantaged or, in the case of a corporation, in which 51% of the stock is owned by one or more such individuals; and whose management and daily business operations are controlled by one or more of the
socially and economically disadvantaged individuals who own it.

Companies wishing to operate an airport concession should seek ACDBE certification. All others should seek DBE certification. The South Central Texas Regional Certification Agency (SCTRCA) is a certifying member of the Texas Unified Certification Program (TUCP).The City will recognize all DBEs certified by the TUCP throughout the State of Texas. However, certification does not guarantee the award of City contracts.

If your firm is certified as a DBE, your business:

  • Will have the opportunity to bid on contracts for all Department of Transportation (DoT) modes statewide.
  • Will have access to information on statewide DBE contracting opportunities.
  • Will be listed in a DBE directory which will be posted on the internet and updated monthly.

Diversity Development Programs

For information on BODD Programs; Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (DBE) Program, Airport Concession
Disadvantaged Business (ACDBE) and SBEDA Program, visit

Diversity Development Programs