Update Your BidSync Qualifications!
Vendors are able to manage and update their standard qualifications in the BidSync, such as Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (DBE), Women Business Enterprise (WBE), Minority Business Enterprise (MBE), or Small Business (SB). Log in to your BidSync account and select qualifications that your firm possess (top right of your BidSync home page).
For Broward County certifications, Small Business Enterprise (SBE) and County Business Enterprise (CBE), the Office of Economic and Small Business Development manages these certifications and adds these to your vendor profile if you are certified with Broward County. If you are currently certified as an SBE or CBE, and do not see it on your BidSync vendor profile, contact the Office of Economic and Small Business Development.
Notice to Broward County Suppliers
Broward County launched a new purchasing and financial management system on April 4th that will enhance your experience doing business with us! Effective March 25, 2016, all vendors that supply the County with goods and services must now mail their invoices to Broward County Commission, P.O. Box 14470, Fort Lauderdale, FL 33302-4741, Attn: Accounts Payable, or email them to AccountsPayable@Broward.org. Suppliers for any County construction project must also send a copy of their invoices, with any supporting documents, to the agency responsible for the project. The new system streamlines the accounts payable process and will result in faster, more efficient payments to suppliers. In the meantime, suppliers are encouraged to get all February invoices that are payable in March, in as quickly as possible, to avoid payment delays during the week of the launch.
Need Help with BidSync?
BidSync has launched "Webinar Academy" to offer free webinars designed to help you make the most of your account. Webinars are offered every Wednesday starting at 11am Eastern. These webinars take place once a week and are repeated every month (new dates are posted monthly). Log in to your BidSync account and select "Get Started at the bottom of the page to view the current webinar schedule.
Convention Center Expansion and Hotel Projects
Broward County’s Step Three solicitation, RLI No. N1337414R3, for the Convention Center Expansion and Headquarters Hotel Projects opened on March 11, 2016. Matthews Southwest Holdings, Inc, (MSW) responded to the solicitation and the County is currently reviewing the submittal. The Board of County Commissioners is acting as the Direct Procurement Authority and is responsible to recommend or reject the submittal. If recommended, the County will seek to negotiate agreements with the Developer and/or Developer’s Team for the Project.
To view additional documents and information on the Step One, Step Two, and Step Three solicitations, please visit the Purchasing Division’s repository, which includes a copy of the solicitations, response logs, and other communications regarding this project.
Please note, the Cone of Silence is currently in effect for all affected persons, including the Board and the Board’s staff, as defined in the Step One solicitation.
To learn more about this project, refer to the Convention Center Expansion and Hotel website for details on this exciting project.
Electronic Bidding System
Broward County provides electronic bidding services for our vendors via BidSync. The system allows vendors to submit competitive quotations and bids via the Web in a convenient and timely manner.
FREE OF CHARGE - Broward County vendors are never charged a fee to access the BidSync system in a manner related to Broward County solicitations.
Visit our Vendor Registration page to learn more about registering for free with BidSync.
Congratulations to the Staff Members of the Broward County Purchasing Division for another successful year in achieving premier recognition for their Public Procurement Practices.
Florida Association of Public Procurement Officers
- Best Practice for Innovation in the Purchasing Process
- Award for Excellence in Public Procurement
NEW County Workforce Investment Program
In January 2015, Broward County will implement the new Workforce Investment Program to encourage local economic development. More...
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