Yes, Procurement Services manages procurement for all City of Fort Myers departments.
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Interested parties may view and download solicitations on Planet Bids. Vendors that register and choose commodity codes will automatically be notified when solicitations are released.
Interested parties should register with Planet Bids. It is very important to complete the application in full with all applicable commodity fields checked in order to receive solicitation invitations. Vendors are selected by the commodities and/or services that are checked on the application.
Procurement Services is located in City Hall at:
2200 2nd StreetFort Myers, FL 33901
Procurement Services may be reached at 239-321-7232 or email@example.com Monday through Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Any responsible and responsive supplier interested in submitting a proposal must be able to meet the minimum specifications and provide proof of insurance, bonding, and required licenses. For more information, please contact the Procurement Services at 239-321-7232 or review the City of Fort Myers Vendor’s Guide.
No. Lee County has its own Procurement Department. They may be reached at 239-689-7385 or by visiting the Lee County website.
Register for Planet Bids, attend pre-solicitation meetings or email firstname.lastname@example.org Procurement Services for sign-in sheets of pre-solicitation meetings.
This information on this site is subject to revision at any time. In case of errors and/or omissions, you are advised to contact Procurement Services for the current status of solicitations or contracts.
Contact the City’s Accounts Payable Department at 239-321-7175 or email@example.com for all invoice and payment information.
Email original invoice(s) in PDF format to Accounts Payable firstname.lastname@example.org.
Register your firm under the at both Planet Bids for procurement over $100,000 and GovQuote for those under $100,000.