Floyd County Purchasing
- Supplier Registration Information
Floyd County utilizes The Georgia Procurement Registry as a means of distributing notices of bidding opportunities to prospective vendors. Suppliers interested in receiving email notification for Invitations to Bid and Request for Quotes posted on this site, should register as a supplier with the Georgia Department of Administrative Services. http://doas.ga.gov/state-purchasing/suppliers
Sales personnel should coordinate with this office prior to contacting our departments
Floyd County Purchasing Department Overview
The Purchasing Department is established for the effective, lawful and ethical procurement of goods and services for the County Government. The County has a responsibility to its residents to ensure that the maximum value is obtained for each Public dollar spent. The spending of Public funds is performed in a manner consistent with good purchasing principles and practices, and in accordance with our local ordinances, State and Federal laws.
The Purchasing Director is responsible for the procurement of all materials, supplies, equipment and services required by County departments and agencies; for establishing and administering purchasing policies; disposal of surplus property and defining how to obtain savings and coordinate purchasing procedures.
The Department's foremost consideration is serving the needs of the County departments, making certain the County departments receive their goods and services in a timely manner and within their allocated budgets, enabling them to conduct their specific missions.
For any Purchasing Department to be truly effective, there must be full cooperation between all work units, departments and the Purchasing Department. To obtain the greatest value for every dollar spent, it is necessary to follow a set of procedures when purchases are made. Floyd County's centralized purchasing system provides and promotes better internal control. In addition, the purchasing power of all departments is pooled so that lower prices and better service are usually attained.
Forms and Information
General Boiler Plate Forms - Purchasing General Boiler Plate contains our general terms and conditions and these forms W-9, Drug Free Workplace, Non-Collusion, Certificate of Non Discrimination, E-Verify
House Bill 87 (as it pertains to purchasing)
Senate Bill 160 (as it pertains to purchasing)
Bill Gilliland, CPPB
Randy E. Self, MBA
Assistant Purchasing Director
Office Hours Monday through Friday 8:00 am to 5:00 pm
In order to keep abreast of the latest procurement techniques and product information, the Purchasing Department maintains an active membership in the National Institute of Governmental Purchasing (NIGP), the Georgia Chapter of NIGP and the Governmental Purchasing Association of Georgia (GPAG).