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 Power Administration (BPA) conducts various processes and proceedings to implement its statutory authorities. When conducting such proceedings in a formal administrative hearing, BPA’s Rules of Procedure (effective September 12, 2018) govern.
The Rules of Procedure apply to the following: 1) BPA rate hearings conducted under Section 7(i) of the Northwest Power Act to establish BPA rates; 2) tariff proceedings conducted pursuant to Section 9 of BPA’s open access transmission tariff and following the procedures set forth in Section 212(i)(2)(A) of the Federal Power Act; and 3) such other matters the Administrator determines are appropriate for such rules.