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Governmental Purchasers Code of Ethics
The City of Green Bay Purchasing Division is committed to providing quality, timely and cost effective goods and services to all City departments. The Purchasing Division subscribes to the National Institute of Governmental Purchasers Code of Ethics and those principles govern the activities and conduct of the Division.
City Bid Opportunities
The City of Green Bay welcomes the opportunity to do business with all interested vendors. City bid opportunities from the Purchasing Division are published on a bid distribution network nationwide Service called DemandStar. This purchasing network brings together an extensive database of government agencies and vendors on the Internet. Their services enable us to improve our service to you by promoting automatic bid notification and instant access to bid information via the web. View the DemandStar Vendor Registration Instructions.
Become a Subscriber
The City Purchasing Division no longer maintains an in-house bidders' list and no longer sends bid notices by mail or fax. To ensure receipt of bid or quote opportunities, you must be a subscriber to this bid network. To assure that your company gets free notifications of the City's Purchasing Division solicitations:
- Register online and click on "Vendor Registration" on the top of the page
- Follow the DemandStar Vendor Registration Instructions. IMPORTANT: Pick the Wisconsin Association of Public Procurement (WAPP) to select all 35 current Wisconsin government agencies.
- Watch for email notifications for new bid opportunities, quotes, amendments, and quote summaries. Downloads are free.
Once registered, you will receive automatic and immediate notification of participating local government procurement opportunities. You will have access to bidding documents, addenda, bid results 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
If you have any questions or problems regarding registering, email DemandStar or call (206) 940-0305.