Dothan to Host a FREE Bidder’s Seminar & Enrollment EventMatt Boster
Posted by: Matt Boster
Date: Jun 17 2014 11:01 AM
Does your company sell supplies or services compatible with City of Dothan needs? If so, please join us on Thursday, June 19, 2014 from 1:00pm – 5:00pm in Suite 111 of the Dothan Civic Center, where we will conduct bidder registration. The seminar will begin on the hour at 1:00pm, 2:00pm, 3:00pm, and 4:00pm. The City of Dothan lets formal bids for supplies and services exceeding $15,000 a year. Quotes are obtained for items costing $2,500 to $14,999 in one year. When bids are let for items your company sells, you will be emailed a bid invitation.
Some of the City of Dothan’s potential areas of need include the following: Fire, Police, Animal Shelter, Water, Electric, Waste Water Treatment; Waste Water Collection, Information Technology Services; Leisure Services, including Water World, Sports, Senior Programs; Performing Arts; Engineering, Street and Traffic; Fleet Maintenance & Repair, Building Maintenance, Horticulture & Safety, Personnel including Employee Health; Accounting, Utility Billing, Utility Collections, Meter Reading; Business Licenses, Planning & Zoning, Demolition; Court Services and much more.
If your company sells products or services that you think match our work, this seminar is highly recommended to you as a first time City of Dothan bidder or person seeking additional information regarding the bid process. The Terms & Conditions of the bids are explained in detail. The bid process and how it works will be explained.
Please join us at the FREE “Bidder’s Seminar & Enrollment Event” and explore the possibility of your company participating in the City of Dothan’s formal bids. This is a great time to register with City assistance. Reservations are suggested. Email firstname.lastname@example.org or call (334) 615-3154.
If you can’t attend, self-registration is available at https://ebidexchange.com/Dothan. If you require assistance, call purchasing at (334) 615-3154.
**Registration with the City of Dothan does not imply a promise of purchases or business**