City of Clovis Purchasing
A number of opportunities exist for vendors and contractors interested in doing business. Services, supplies, and products run the gamut from consultations to office supplies and furnishings to janitorial services to complex computer systems. Mindful of their role as stewards of the city budget, department officials seek the best value in services and products, meaning reliability, durability and efficiency are important factors in purchasing decisions.
How to do Business with the City of Clovis
Welcome Vendors! The City of Clovis Purchasing Section encourages vendor participation in our quote, bid and proposal process for the purchase of goods and services necessary for City operations. The following links will provide vendors with information of how to register as a vendor, prequalify for the California Uniform Public Construction Cost Accounting Act (CUPCCA), detailed information of the City’s purchasing policies, our City’s procurement ethics and current bid opportunities:
- Vendor Registration
- Annual Invitation for CUPCCAA Construction Bid List
- CUPCCAA Contractor Prequalification Application
- City of Clovis 2023 Prequal Contractor List
- City of Clovis Purchasing Ordinance
- City of Clovis Purchasing Manual and Procedures
- City of Clovis Procurement Ethics
- Current Bid/Proposal Opportunities
The Department Support Division is responsible for the purchase and acquisition of goods and services utilized for department support functions. Specific responsibilities of the Division include: development of bid specifications and requests for proposals, administration of the City’s Purchasing Ordinance and Procedures, and administration of various contracts for goods and services provided to the City from outside vendors.
The Division also is responsible for maintaining all City buildings and related equipment. The Division establishes maintenance schedules, coordinates procurement of supplies and equipment, performs building maintenance, repairs, new construction, and administers various facility-related maintenance contracts.
Mission Statement and Purpose
The City of Clovis strives to ensure fair and competitive access to procurement by responsible vendors and to conduct business activities in a manner that fosters public confidence and trust in the City of Clovis.
The City’s Purchasing Section is responsible for procurement of supplies, materials, and equipment necessary for the delivery of municipal services, as well as acquisition of certain construction and professional / other services. Major construction projects are administered through the City’s Engineering Division.
Purchasing Section Staff
- Shonna Halterman – Director of General Services
- Stephen Frankian – Facilities Maintenance and Purchasing Manager
- Hien Nguyen – Administrative Assistant