Welcome to the OCFO Office of Contracts Solicitation Gateway

The OCFO Office of Contracts is responsible for soliciting, awarding, and managing all procurements, including small purchases, and contracts on behalf of the Office of the Chief Financial Officer (OCFO), in accordance with the District of Columbia, Procurement Practices Reform Act (PPRA) effective April 20, 2011, and the District of Columbia Municipal Regulations (DCMR) Section 27. The OCFO is independent of the District Office of Contracts and Procurement (OCP).

The OCFO Office of Contracts is located at 1100 4th Street SW, Suite E620, Washington, DC 20024, (202) 442-7012.



Starting 11/15/23 - NEW vendor self-registration instructions are now in effect.  Click HERE for the Document Library and download the “CobbleStone Vendor Self-Registration Guide.”


  1. Once you’re registered, Login.
  2. View Public Solicitation
  3. Click on "Register as Respondent".
  4. Go to the Solicitation tab, My Solicitation
  5. Upload Solicitation Responses. Note: Uploads cannot be deleted or replaced, and each file size should not be larger than 1 GB.

 Section L.12 of each solicitation provides Delivery Instructions for responses.

  • The Public Questions and Answers feature is NOT activated in the Gateway.
  • Public Questions and Government Responses will be handled in accordance with Section L.2 of each respective solicitation.



Starting 4/1/21 - Multi-Factor Authentication will be used to log-in.  Please update your vendor registration document if you haven't already.  If you have any questions, please email us at OCFOVendorHelp@dc.gov.

Starting 10/1/19 - notifications of OCFO solicitation amendments are sent only to vendors that "Register as a Respondent."


The District/OCFO requires all vendors to have an approved procurement instrument (i.e., purchase order, contract, funded blanket purchase agreement, etc.) in place prior to providing goods or services.  Any vendor who delivers goods or services without a valid contract is doing so entirely at its own risk. The District/OCFO will not pay for goods or services that were provided without the benefit of a properly executed contract.