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iSupplier Login

City Suppliers and Contractors  

Register to become a city supplier to do business with the city. When you register, your company is added to our Supplier Database. The Supplier Database is used to identify potential suppliers who may be invited to participate in the city's sourcing/bid selection process.

What The City Buys

  • Athletic Equipment & Supplies
  • Vehicles & Heavy Equipment 
  • Electrical Supplies & Service
  • Building Materials & Supplies
  • Computer Accessories & Supplies
  • Office Equipment & Supplies
  • Janitorial & Cleaning Supplies
  • Building Maintenance & Repairs
  • Parks & Play Ground Structures
  • Pumps & Generators 
  • Uniforms & Work Clothes
  • Safety Apparel & Supplies
  • Tools, Hand & Power
  • Grounds Maintenance
  • And many more Products and Services

Registered Suppliers:

Login to iSupplier

New Suppliers: 

Learn more about how to register your business and become a city supplier and gain access the online iSupplier Portal.


Product Evaluation Requests

The Procurement & Supply Management Department encourages suppliers to submit new and innovative products for evaluation to support the City's diverse operations. Products with satisfactory ratings in the process are added to the City's Qualified Products List (QPL) for consideration in the bidding process. The City is especially interested in expanding its offering of green products that have a lesser or reduced effect on human health and the environment.
 
To have your product considered for QPL approval, please FULLY complete this PRODUCT EVALUATION REQUEST FORM.

Email the completed form to the address indicated on the form. Samples may be also shipped as indicated on the form.
  1. The Procurement Department will examine the product information and City requirements. After reviewing this information, the end user department or commodity evaluation team members will field test and individually provide "satisfactory" or "unsatisfactory" ratings to Procurement.
  2. The Procurement Department will request additional information if needed, and compile all ratings from individual evaluations. Products with overall satisfactory ratings will be added to the City's QPL for that commodity's classification. QPL listed items will then be considered in the bidding process.
  3. Regardless of result, company representatives submitting forms will be notified in writing of evaluation results.

Pursuant to Florida Statute 119.071 Social Security Numbers collected from registrants are used for identification, verification and tax reporting purposes.

Under Florida law (Florida Senate Bill SB 80) e-mail addresses submitted to the city are public records.

Pursuant to Florida Statute 112.313 City employees are prohibited from selling goods or services to the City and are therefore ineligible for supplier registration.

 

Please note, iSupplier Portal and Online Bidding will be down for weekly maintenance from Friday at midnight through Saturday at noon.

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