Pinellas County has transitioned from Pinellas ePro to a new online bidding system for prospective vendors through OpenGov Procurement as of August 1, 2022. This new system will make it easier to submit bids online. To continue to access bid opportunities for Pinellas County, suppliers and vendors will need to have an account in OpenGov.
If you already use OpenGov with other clients, all you need to do is subscribe to Pinellas County’s page. If you don’t yet have an OpenGov account, you can create a free account here. After you activate your account, you can sign up to receive notifications about Pinellas County bid opportunities by clicking "Subscribe" in the OpenGov portal here.
- If you were already in the process of bidding on an opportunity with Pinellas County prior to August 1, 2022, you will need to continue to access information on that bid through the Pinellas ePro portal. The Pinellas ePro system will remain open for managing existing bids through September 30, 2022.
- As of August 1, 2022, all new business opportunities are posted in the new OpenGov system.
Should you have any questions, please contact our vendor administrator, Billy Harvey, at (727) 464-5139 or email@example.com.
Thank you, from the Purchasing and Risk Management Division
Welcome to the Pinellas County Board of County Commissioners Purchasing and Risk Management Division homepage. Our solicitation processes ensure fairness, competition and best value. Here you will find a wealth of information to help you do business with Pinellas County.
Mission Statement: To provide dedicated efficient and effective professional services to internal and external customers in the procurement of quality products and services with optimal value for the taxpayer.
- Bid Information:
- Consultants' Competitive Negotiation Act (CCNA) - Professional Services Solicitations
- Prequalification / Construction Services
- Vendor Information:
How to Do Business with Pinellas County - new vendor registration, find bid opportunities, formal purchasing processes, insurance requirements, alternative payment options.
Pinellas County has been allocated a total of $189,381,543 under the State and Local Fiscal Recovery Fund. This allocation must be committed or contractually encumbered to projects by December 31, 2024. All funds must be spent by December 31, 2026. Any unspent funds at that time must be returned to the federal government.
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