Bidder Information

Thank you for your interest in providing goods and/or services to the County of Montgomery.  You may participate in the bid process if you are a responsible vendor and in good financial standing, are able to meet delivery dates as required, are able to post a bid bond or certified check in the required amount, are able to post a performance bond and labor and material bond if required, have an adequate organization and personnel to carry out the requirements of a contract, and can provide a completed Substitute W-9 Tax Duplicate Form. 
   
To take part in Montgomery County's bid process and receive
automatic notification of future bids, please follow the instructions below regarding vendor registration.  Once properly registered, you will have instant access to view and/or download all Montgomery County Bids, Requests for Quotation and Requests for Proposals.  Closed solicitations will also be available for your access.

 

If you are already a registered vendor and would like to view current bid opportunities, please click here.

REGISTERING AS A MONTGOMERY COUNTY VENDOR

Montgomery County uses Public Purchase, a web based eProcurement service for Vendor Registrations, Bids, Requests for Quotation and Requests for Proposal. Registration through Public Purchase is FREE and allows suppliers to update and change their information at any time. In order to receive notifications from the County, vendors will need to register through the following two-step process:
 
Step 1 - Register with Public Purchase:
Use the link below to begin the registration process and select the “Free Registration” option. It can take up to 24 hours to activate your account. You will receive an email from notices@publicpurchase.com letting you know when your account has been activated.
 

Step 2 - Register with Montgomery County:
Once you have received your activation email from Public Purchase, log into www.publicpurchase.com and accept the terms and conditions of use. Then click on the link below to start your registration process with the County. The County requires that you select the appropriate NIGP Commodity Codes* for quote notifications and complete a W-9 form for tax purposes. It is important that this second part of the registration is complete or you will not receive notifications of upcoming quote opportunities from the County.
 
*You will receive automatic notification of bids released matching your registered classification codes only.  We suggest choosing multiple codes relating to the goods/services that your company may provide to ensure your agency is notified of all possible bids. 
    
  If you need further assistance with this registration process, please contact Public Purchase directly at support@publicpurchase.com.