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About Us

Vendor Opportunities

Thank you for your interest in doing business with Washington’s Lottery!
Washington’s Lottery works with numerous vendors to purchase many goods and services.

Current Contracts (Goods/Services)

Contract Number Contractor Description Estimated Annual Worth Current Term Ends Final Term Ends
K123 Take-A-Ticket  Scratch Ticket Dispensers and Displays $250,000 10/27/2022 9/30/2024
K145 Schafer Systems Scratch Ticket Dispensers and Displays $250,000 10/27/2022 9/30/2024
K149 Angus Reid Market Research $315,250 9/1/2023 6/30/2026
K131 Marcus Thomas Mobile App $1.1 million/yr 9/15/2023 9/14/2027
2014-02 Scientific Games Primary Scratch Printer % of Sales 3/17/2024 3/17/2024
2014-02 Pollard Banknote Limited Secondary Scratch Printer % of Sales 3/18/2024 3/18/2024
2014-02 Gtech Secondary Scratch Printer % of Sales 3/28/2024 3/28/2024
K58 Fusion Graphix LLC Vehicle Wraps – production and installation of vehicle wraps $10,000 3/31/2024 3/31/2024
LOT17-105 CM Global Digital Jackpot Signs $730,000 6/6/2024 6/6/2024
K63 Prevalence Retail Services Merchandise Services – installation of ticket dispensers at retail; additional projects as needed $45,000 3/31/2024 3/31/2025
K88 Gaming Laboratories International LLC Draw machine certification $24,000 6/30/2025 6/30/2025
K91 The Carriage Works Mall/Airport Kiosk manufacturing and installation $55,000 9/30/2023 9/30/2025
LOT013 Schafer Systems (2018) Inc. Production of Mini Play Centers and Kiosks $25,000 1/13/2024 1/13/2026
K125 York Building Services, Inc. Janitorial Services for Everett Regional Office $45,000 2/28/2024 2/28/2026
K32 Gaming Laboratories International LLC Forensic Services – scratch ticket testing $20,000 3/31/2024 3/31/2026
K73 DCG One Print Services $40,000 8/31/2024 8/31/2026
K121 Abbots Printing Inc. Print Services $106,000 8/31/2024 8/31/2026
K81 Ad Specialties and Promotions Promotional Items $175,000 11/30/2023 11/30/2026
K113 Pawprint Promotions Promotional Items $40,000 11/30/2023 11/30/2026
LOT013 Asia Sources Tall and Short Kiosks (Playcenters) $84,000 4/20/2024 4/20/2027
K84 CM Global Lit Signage $74,000 4/30/2024 4/30/2027
K90 Eide Bailly, LLP Audit Services $45,000 12/31/2025 12/31/2027
012K Wunderman Thompson Marketing and Advertising Services $12,000,000 6/30/2024 6/30/2028
GSR2016 International Gaming Technology (IGT) Gaming System Vendor % of Sales 6/30/2029 6/30/2036

Current (Open) Solicitations

Solicitation No. Description Closing Date
RFQQ175 Conveyor Belt Advertising 2/8/2024
RFP190 Scratch Tickets and Related Services  2/29/2024

Forecasted Purchases

Product Estimated Budget Approximate Timeframe
iPads (Statewide Contract) $76,000 June 2024 - July 2025
Microsoft Licenses renewal (Statewide Contract) $35,000 June 2024
Varonis (Statewide Contract) $71,000 May 2025
Recruitment Consultant $18,500 January 2024 - June 2024
Countertop Kiosks $70,000 January 2024

Become a Vendor

Whether you are a new business entity, or an established enterprise, follow these easy steps to get started doing business with Lottery.

Statewide Vendor (SWV) Number: To receive payment from Washington’s Lottery, or another Washington State agency, vendors must receive a SWV No. If you do not yet have this, you can receive more information via the Statewide Vendor/Payee Services.

Washington Electronic Business Solutions (WEBS): To receive notification of competitive solicitations vendors should register for notices on WEBS. Note: There is no cost to register on WEBS.

WEBS Registration

Vendor Diversity

Successful small businesses led by minorities, women and veterans help make our economy and our families more resilient, strengthening our communities and improving the quality of life for all Washingtonians. Washington’s Lottery is committed to supporting and including small and diverse businesses through its procurement processes.

Lottery Goals

  • OMWBE Certified - 10%
  • Small/micro/mini businesses - 10%
  • Veteran Owned Businesses – 5%

Efforts Toward Goals

Washington’s Lottery evaluates each procurement to determine how to best provide opportunity for small, diverse, and veteran owned businesses. The following are some that will be utilized:

  • Pre-procurement open house
  • Unbundling
  • Direct email to businesses listed in WEBS and OMWBE as small, diverse, or veteran owned businesses

OMWBE Information

The Office of Minority & Women Business Enterprises (OMWBE) provides a directory of certified businesses to help buyers and contracting officers to quickly locate firms for upcoming procurement and contracting opportunities. You can create an account or perform a directory search by using the links below:

Search Certified Businesses Certification Portal

Veteran Information

Washington State has a certification process for Veterans and Servicemembers to certify their business as a veteran owned business. The process is free and only requires veteran discharge status and business information to complete certification. To see if your business qualifies use the link below:

Veteran Owned Business Certification

Additional Information

Small Business Guidance (
ORIA - Small Business Liaisons (
Washington Procurement and Technical Assistance Center (PTAC)
How to do business with the state