Pinellas County has fully transitioned from Pinellas ePro to a new online bidding system through OpenGov Procurement. As of September 23, 2022 there are no live solicitations posted in Pinellas ePro. The Pinellas ePro site will available for historic reference through September 30, 2022, then after this time the site will be shut down. 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 Procurement.
If you already use OpenGov with other clients, all you need to do is subscribe to Pinellas County’s page. If you do not 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.
Pinellas County reserves the right to validate and register a firm under the CCNA category.
Should you need technical assistance with OpenGov, the following options are available for assistance:
- Phone: (855) 680-4747, 8 a.m. to 8 p.m., Monday - Friday
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Chat is available in the OpenGov application
- Web: https://help.procurement.opengov.com
If you have procedural questions, please contact the analyst designated in the solicitation. You can also seek assistance with general questions by contacting William Harvey at email@example.com or via phone (727) 464-5139, or call the Purchasing front desk at (727) 464-3311.
Thank you, from the Purchasing and Risk Management Division
OpenGov Procurement Portal
Due to the scope of projects requiring mandatory prebid conferences, bidders must attend the conference to have their bids considered responsive.
Pinellas County Purchasing makes every effort to keep information current. This site is provided for the convenience of our vendors and no guarantee as to accuracy or completeness of the information can be made by the County.
It remains the sole responsibility of the vendor to ensure utilization of the most current information when responding to Pinellas County solicitations, inclusive of Addenda issued. Failure to do so may result in bid being considered non-responsive or in lowering the rating of a firm's proposal.
Tabulations will be posted after 30 days of bid opening to comply with Florida Statute 119.071.