- Bidding Opportunities currently open.
Guided by high ethical standards, we support and facilitate the acquisition of goods and services, while promoting fair and open competition to obtain the best value for the county.
Vendors will receive orders directly from the department or division placing the order.
Purchases for goods or services exceeding $50,000 require a formal competitive Invitation to Bid (ITB or BID), Request for Proposal (RFP) process, or the utilization of a cooperative contract such as WSCA and U.S. Communities.
Notices of both types of formal competitive processes are posted to the Rocky Mountain e-Purchasing System (RMePS) and listed on the county website. In some cases the county will utilize email, mail, journals, and newspapers to advertise and distribute ITBs and RFPs. However, the official way to receive these documents from Boulder County is through the RMePS.
Products and services that have a lesser adverse effect on human health and the environment, when compared with competing products that serve the same purpose, will receive greater consideration for purchase.
Boulder County is exempt from paying sales and use tax.
It is the policy of Boulder County that all employees, officers, or agents are prohibited from being financially interested directly or indirectly in the purchase from or the sale to the county of any land, materials or supplies. Soliciting or accepting any gift, gratuity, favor, entertainment, kickback or any items of monetary value from any person who has or is seeking to do business with Boulder County is prohibited.
Although every effort will be made to accommodate vendors who arrive unannounced, it is preferred that an appointment be made by phone or email in advance. This will help ensure that meetings are advantageous to both parties.
Boulder County Purchasing
PO Box 471
Boulder, CO 80306