Procurement Management Services

There are many opportunities for vendors, contractors, and consultants to do business with Miami-Dade County Public Schools. As one of the largest businesses in Florida, the District purchases all types of supplies, materials, commodities, and services; as well as constructing and maintaining a large variety of facilities. The School Board is committed to promoting and developing business relationships with a wide variety of businesses and ensuring that minority and women owned businesses as well as eligible local businesses have the chance to compete for a fair share of these opportunities. These opportunities are advertised in the portal Demandstar and publicized here on this web site. Interested parties should submit a completed Vendor Application Form (rev.09-14) and frequently visit our Bid Solicitation Portal to stay current with our business needs.

Procurement Management Services believes in:

  • Adhering to ethical purchasing policies and principles;
  • Maintaining open and fair competition;
  • Maintaining fair and clear purchase and bid specifications;
  • Encouraging testing or demonstration of materials and products which may be of value to the School Board;
  • Answering all inquiries promptly;
  • Declining to take advantage of vendor errors; and
  • Following up on deliveries and assisting, when appropriate, in the prompt payment of invoices;

Electronic Bidding Process

Miami-Dade County Public Schools is publishing and managing the competitive solicitation process for non-construction needs through the use of the online bidding platform shown below. Additionally, all publications regarding non-construction needs will continue to be accessible here on this website.

View current DemandStar bid opportunities that match your products and services.

MDCPS Bid Solicitation Portal

MDCPS Bid Solicitation Portal

Non-construction solicitations currently under the Cone of Silence

Solicitations currently under the Cone of Silence


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