The County uses eBid PulaskiCounty, powered by ionWave Technologies, to manage suppliers, and to distribute and receive bids and proposals. There is NO COST to the supplier for using this internet provider for Pulaski County solicitations. To register as a supplier, go to the eBid PulaskiCounty portal. Pulaski County prefers electronic responses to all requests when available.
For more information on current bid/proposals, Purchasing may be contacted by calling 501-340-8390.
IT IS THE BIDDER’S RESPONSIBILITY TO CHECK FOR ANY ADDENDA THAT MAY HAVE BEEN ISSUED.
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The Purchasing department is also responsible for the following functions:
Fixed Asset Management
The purchasing office maintains all files relating to Fixed Asset Management. Fixed Assets are any single items with a cost over $1,000 or tangible personal property with an expected life of over 1 year. Items are tagged with a Pulaski County numerical sticker and logged in a software system. The office also regulates and monitors all transfers of fixed assets to other departments or to storage to be sold at auction.
The purchasing office maintains a copy of all contracts filed with the County Clerk’s Office. These contracts may be for services provided to Pulaski County or for services that Pulaski County is providing through a grant. The office is then responsible for reviewing all contracts for accuracy and validity in accordance with state laws and county policies prior to routing the contract to Administrative Services, the County Attorney, and the County Judge for acceptance and authorization. The office will also maintain the termination or expiration date of contracts to notify the department for possible continuation, renewal or cancellation.
Purchase Requisition & Purchase Order Authorization The purchasing office accepts purchase requisitions from departments for items that are not otherwise included in contracts; reviews request for compliance; and issues Purchase Orders if applicable. The purchase order will provide authorization for the department and the vendor to enter into the transaction for the specified commodity or service that is stated on the purchase order.
The purchasing office reviews periodic requests for supplies or services that are utilized by a majority of county departments. To facilitate a better pricing for a commodity or service, the purchasing office will solicit bids for the commodity or service in order to initiate a contract on behalf of all county departments.