Purchasing

Purchasing

In keeping with the Purchasing Policy, "to provide increased economy in County purchasing activities and to maximize, to the fullest practical extent, the purchasing value of public funds," the purchasing division researches price comparisons for virtually any product or service when departments look to purchase.

Scott County Request for Bids:

Open bids expiring on date listed.

[ 2013 → 20130718 19038 awd vehicle ]

July 18, 2013 19038 awd vehicle
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Subscribe to Bid Notifications:

Vendors on the county bid list will be notified of opportunities to submit competitive prices for required products or services.


Purpose of Purchasing:

  • The Purchasing Division maintains a large bidders list of vendors who represent nearly every product/service imaginable, and who would like to be contacted to give competitive price quotes.
  • Purchasing regularly researches products and obtains price information for county departments. This assists departments in making a sound purchasing decision, gives vendors an opportunity to bid, and keeps prices low through competitive bidding.

The Scott County Purchasing Division has:

  • a large number of vendors on file ready to be contacted when a department is looking to purchase.
  • the latest Consumer Reports magazines on file.
  • a wide variety of catalogs and brochures.

News & Notices

Please take just a few short minutes to complete the Q2030 Satisfaction Survey. Q2030 is a Regional Action Plan that seeks to increase community satisfaction. Your opinion matters! The goal of Q2030 is to grow talent, jobs, investments and economic opportunity for all who call the Quad Cities home...
Posted: August 25, 2016
Mahesh C. Sharma of Raymore, Missouri has accepted a conditional offer of employment as the Scott County Administrator.
Posted: May 4, 2016
Jim Hancock, Scott County Board Chair announced that three applicants have been invited for interviews for the position of Scott County Administrator. The three candidates are Gregg Mandsager of Muscatine, IA, Mahesh Sharma of Raymore, MO and Todd Thompson of Galesburg, IL.
Posted: April 19, 2016