This page provides information dedicated to helping customers, contractors and vendors conduct business transactions with BPA, to include: buying and selling products or services, submitting invoices, forms, paying BPA, and BPA's Business Code of Conduct for Contract Personnel.
Environmental Services works closely with numerous Federal and State agencies, Tribes, landowners, and the public to protect and recover endangered species, protect and preserve our cultural resources, and reduce impacts to wetlands, air, water, and the human environment.
The Bonneville Power Administration is dedicated to public involvement and transparency. To that end, we hold a number of events and public comment periods to update and receive input from stakeholders and the public.
The Bonneville Purchasing Instructions (BPI) are issued by the Head of the Contracting Activity under the authority of the Bonneville Project Act. The BPI establishes BPA-wide policies and procedures for the purchase of supplies and services, including construction services. Congress granted BPA broad power to operate in the marketplace excluding it from many federal laws and regulations concerning procurement. While BPA has adopted some federal purchasing practices to help achieve national priorities, it has also charted a more businesslike purchasing approach in order to operate more effectively in the marketplace. Vendors seeking to do business with BPA may visit the Buying or Selling Products or Services page for more information.
Current BPI Version, 22-1, Effective Feb. 28, 2022