The motor vehicle and license office in Monroe City is one of six such offices throughout the state that is being put up for bid, according to the Missouri Department of Revenue (DOR).


The motor vehicle and license office in Monroe City is one of six such offices throughout the state that is being put up for bid, according to the Missouri Department of Revenue (DOR).
Bidders will have five weeks (or until Tuesday, Sept. 1) to respond to bid proposals overseen by the Office of Administration (OA). Teams from the DOR will evaluate the bids.
Common transactions that take place at local license offices include renewing or applying for a driver license, renewing or applying for registration on motor vehicles, boats and outboard motors, and applying for titles and paying sales taxes on these units. It is estimated that in 2008 10,454 transactions occurred in the Palmyra office, with processing fees totaling over $34,810. The Palmyra bid number is B3Z10011.
Copies of the request for proposals (RFPs) that bidders will use to develop their bids can be viewed at https://www.moolb.mo.gov/. To review an RFP, select “Guest” on the home page, click on “Open Bids By Agency,” then scroll through the list of bids until the appropriate bid is located. Additional information regarding the bidding process can be obtained at http://oa.mo.gov/purch/vendorinfo/DORoffices.pdf or by calling OA at (573) 751-2387.