Nebraska Department of Transportation value’s our partnership with the consultant and contractor community.  We appreciate all that you are doing to assist the Department with providing a safe workplace and the best possible statewide transportation system for the movement of people and goods.



As of October 31, 2022, the NDOT no longer requires the submittal of the annual EEO Self-Analysis Form. This form, along with the requirement of its annual submittal prior to setting foot on an NDOT construction project, are being retired. In their place, the NDOT Civil Rights Office will be conducting compliance reviews in accordance with the recently posted NDOT EEO Contractor Compliance Program Plan. The information provided in this program plan is intended to describe the Nebraska Department of Transportation’s efforts to ensure that its contractors are providing equal opportunity to their employees without regard to an employee’s race, religion, sex, color, national origin, age, or disability. The information in this program plan can be used as a guide toward implementing the contractors’ EEO and affirmative action plans. However, contractors should consult the Required Contract Provisions for Federal-Aid Construction Contracts (FHWA-1273) for specific EEO and affirmative action obligations required to comply with Executive Order 11246 and related statutes and regulations. This program manual will be updated annually in accordance with 23 CFR 230.313.


For any questions regarding these changes, please review the NDOT EEO Contractor Compliance Program Plan, contact the NDOT Civil Rights Office using the information provided below, or check the NDOT Civil Rights webpage.


NDOT Civil Rights Office



Contractor Updates:


Bid Letting

Bids for all upcoming lettings will be opened and the bid totals will be read via Webex. The Webex information will be available on the BidX Letting webpage a minimum of 2 days prior to the opening, and can be found by selecting the applicable letting from:



The NDOT maintains an electronic edition of the specifications that can be found at the following address:  Click here 

Purchase the printed version on Storefront at the following address:  Storefront

As NDOT moves to E-Construction, we have been accepting requests for early start, late start, or revised Notice to Proceed dates through email correspondence.  As the next step in pursuing E-construction, we are now issuing Notices to Proceed by attaching a scan of the signed Notice to Proceed letter to an email.  A hard copy of the Notice to Proceed letter will be provided upon request. 


Progress estimates processed and received by the Controller by Friday, June 16 should be paid during this fiscal year. Progress estimates received after June 16 will probably not be paid until at least July 5, 2023.



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