Supplying Goods & Services to the City of Greensboro
Suppliers interested in selling to the City of Greensboro should register through the Greensboro e-Procurement System (GePS). Minority supplier participation is encouraged. If your company is owned or controlled by 51 percent minorities or women, your company may qualify for certification as a minority- or woman-owned vendor. Learn more about the Minority/Women's Business Enterprise.
When responding to a request for bids, quotations or proposals, carefully read and comply with all terms and conditions of the request. Please notify the Procurement Services immediately of any status changes.
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Contact UsThe Procurement Services Division staff is available Mondays through Fridays, 8 am to 5 pm. For more information, call 336-373-2192 or fax 336-373-2544 or send us an e-mail.
About UsThe City's Procurement Services Division of the Financial & Administrative Services Department is the central buying office responsible for making general purchases of products required by all departments within the City of Greensboro organization.
The Procurement Services Division provides services to all City departments by planning, organizing, and directing purchasing activities in accordance with federal, state, and local laws governing purchasing. Procurement Services Analysts and Specialists work under the supervision of the Procurement Services Manager to secure the goods necessary to the operation of City government.
Procurement Services Division NewsGreensboro's Procurement Services Division has received consecutive Sustained Professional Purchasing Awards from 2008-17. The award is presented by the Carolinas Association of Governmental Purchasing to agencies having demonstrated overall excellence in a variety of purchasing standards including staff education, technology integration, product innovation, vendor relations, and exceptional stewardship of taxpayer funds. The award exemplifies the Procurement Services Division's commitment to its profession and the residents it serves.