Purchasing is a division of the City’s Financial Services Department, whose primary responsibility is to coordinate the acquisition of goods and services that are essential to city-wide operations. To fulfill this obligation, the Purchasing Division works in conjunction with the City departments to implement the best method of procurement.
The Purchasing Division’s goal is to provide excellent professional procurement services to city departments to facilitate in the completion of their departmental missions. By utilizing technology and sound business processes the division strives to bring the greatest value and service to the City of Lauderdale Lakes by providing safeguards to sustain procurements with integrity, fairness, competition, and community inclusion, in a manner consistent with State of Florida Statues, the City’s Code of Ordinances
, and Procurement Code
Online Vendor Registration
The Purchasing Division maintains a qualified list of vendors. A vendor registration
application and commodity code listing
can be completed online or through the Purchasing Division. The City requires each vendor to submit a Taxpayer Identification form (W-9 Form
) as a part of the Vendor Registration Package. If the application registration is approved, all commodities and/or services for which a vendor desires to receive a bid invitation for, is recorded. When these commodities and/or services are advertised, the registered vendors will receive a bid notification. Note that it is the vendor’s responsibility to update their registration profile with the most current contact information.
The City of Lauderdale Lakes utilizes electronic on-line services for notification and distribution of its solicitation documents. Solicitations can be obtained by subscribing to Demandstar by Onvia
, or by calling directly, 800-711-1712, with your request. Businesses who have subscribed to Demandstar by Onvia are notified via email of solicitation. Solicitations/Projects are also posted on our website to download solicitation documents.