Oregon DMV seeks qualified CDL testers


Dec. 19, 2019

Organizations to give behind-the-wheel skills tests on behalf of DMV

SALEM – Oregon DMV is looking for more skills test providers for commercial driver licensing across the state.

DMV encourages businesses and organizations that can administer CDL skills tests to apply with the Oregon Department of Transportation for the CDL Third Party Testing Program.

Once ODOT awards providers with a contract in this program, they will be authorized to administer CDL skills tests on behalf of DMV.

A Request for Proposal (RFP 730-34080-19) is available for download on the Oregon Procurement Information Network (ORPIN) system. This request includes details about requirements, scope of the work, closing dates, the vendor selection process, and a mandatory pre-proposal conference. 

Any entities wishing to submit a proposal – the first step toward a contract – must be registered on ORPIN. Registration is free. More information on ORPIN, including how to register as a supplier, is available at http://orpin.oregon.gov/open.dll/welcome.   

If you are new to Oregon public procurement, or would like training or assistance with how to compete in the government marketplace, the Government Contract Assistance Program has free tools available at www.gcap.org.

All questions related to this program and the RFP must be directed to the single point of contact, Stephanie Lehman. Stephanie can be reached by email at Stephanie.k.lehman@odot.state.or.us.