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A Vendor Information packet must be completed and forwarded to the Purchasing Office. Then your company name and products and/or services you provide will be added to the City's database.
There is no fee to provide the vendor information packet to the City.
Yes. If you are providing a service that requires you to work on City premises, i.e., construction, grounds maintenance, demolition, etc., you must provide proof of liability insurance, workers' compensation and automobile liability insurance before beginning work. Insurance requirements are available in the Purchasing Office or included in bid specifications.
The Purchasing Division maintains a list of vendors classified by the type of products or services they provide. If a company has provided a vendor application to the City for the product or service to be solicited, and the database prints out their information, the vendor should receive a copy of the bid solicitation. However, it is the vendor's responsibility to monitor the Bid Opportunities on this site.
You do not have to be on the City's vendor list prior to respond to a bid.
Vendors are removed from the City's database if past performance has been unacceptable, or if mail has been returned with no forwarding address.
Invoices must be submitted to the following address:Accounts PayableCity of BeaumontP.O. Box 3827Beaumont, TX 77704
Or they may be emailed to Invoices.
No. The City of Beaumont is tax exempt and the Purchasing staff can provide your company a copy of the tax exemption certificate.
The City of Beaumont has a local bidder preference policy that can be located on the website. In addition to meeting the definition and requirements of local, the bidder must complete a form to be considered for the preference. The form is included in bid packets when applicable.