Purchasing Department

Responsibilities

PurchasingP-Card ProgramDisposition of
Surplus Items
Contract AdministrationInsuranceRisk Management Services

Purchasing works with vendors, departments, and division to ensure that products and services ordered are of satisfactory quality and purchased in accordance with the City's adopted Purchasing Policy and Best Practices and Standards of Purchasing.

Current Open Bids for the City of Milton

View all Open and Closed Bids

The City of Milton post and tracks bids and solicitations through the Florida Purchasing Alliance AND Vendor Registry. Vendors may register on these sites to be automatically notified of future solicitations. Vendors are also able to register, free of charge, to download and view any bids that have been posted by the City of Milton.

The City of Milton issues bids and proposals through these sites. Please register your business on both of these sites so that you can participate in providing goods and services to the City of Milton. If you have any questions with the registration process, please contact IPT by BidNet customer service at 1-800-835-4603 or Vendor Registry Customer Service at 1-844-802-9202. If you have an inquiry on the status of future bids and/or proposals, you may submit your questions by email to purchasing.

Vendor Registration

Register to be a vendor for the City of Milton through Vendor Registry. All current and future vendors should register and maintain an updated profile on the site. The site allows you to choose the products/services in which you have an interest. Through this registration, our files will remain current and you can receive automatic notifications of bid or quote opportunities. If you have any problems with the registration process, please contact customer service at 1-844-802-9202.

RFP's, BIDS, and Solicitations

Vendors may Access Bids online at:

Mission

The mission of the Purchasing Department is to administer all purchasing policies and procedures in obtaining materials and services of the right quality, in the right quantity, at the right price, from the right source, and at the right time for the needs of all departments under the direction of the City Manager and City Council. Purchasing staff assists departments in securing services necessary for the effective and efficient operation of the city and to ensure that such goods and services represent the best value, quality service, and timely delivery and that all funding sources for such goods and services are expended in accordance with City policies.

The Purchasing Department is also responsible for contract administration, record maintenance, and renewal for service and or commodity contracts held by the City of Milton in support of the departments within the city.

City of Milton Fraud Policy (PDF) 

Forms

Disposal of Surplus items:

GovDeals OR Global Auction Services