Sourcing for the City
The City of St. Petersburg relies on outside suppliers and services to power its programs and initiatives, and is especially interested in working with local businesses. Large or small businesses are eligible to partner with the City.
- iSupplier Login
- Small Business Enterprise Program
- Supplier FAQs
- 2021 NIGP Commodity Codes
- Procurement Operations Manual
- Supplier Instructions – How to Update a Deliverable
- How to Update Supplier Commodity Code Guide
- How to Update Supplier Contact Information Guide
- How to Update Supplier Remove Contact Guide
- How to Add Supplier Contact Guide
- How to Update Supplier Location Guide
- How to Register
- Fraud Hotline
What the City Buys
Suppliers, Vendors & Contractors
Upon registration, a company is added to the iSupplier Database. The iSupplier Portal enables suppliers to communicate with the Procurement and Accounts Payable staff. It enables suppliers to access purchase orders, submit invoices, view payments, respond to online solicitations, and update their profile. View the Supplier Guide.
The Registration Process
Prior to providing goods or services to the City of St. Petersburg or to be notified of potential bidding opportunities, please complete the Supplier Registration Form. All registrants must upload a signed W-9 form in Attachments when completing the registration process.
Once the registration has been approved, registrants will be sent by email a user ID and password to log into the iSupplier Portal. When a bid opportunity arises, a Procurement Analyst will query the database to identify companies that match the commodity or service being sourced.
To remain actively available for sourcing opportunities it is the business's responsibility to provide accurate and up-to-date profile information as well updates to their commodity/service codes. Direct questions to email@example.com or 727-893-7220.
The primary objectives of Contract Compliance Division are to: (a) verify contractor performance for purposes of payment; (b) identify material breach of contract by assessing the difference between contract performance and material non-performance; and (c) determine if corrective action is necessary and take such action if required.