PurchasingThe City of Kentwood purchasing process is governed by portions of City Charter & Code of Ordinances, City Commission Resolutions, and Mayoral Policy that are intended to provide a framework for consistency of decision-making, but also the flexibility to select a product or service from one that may not be the low bidder, but that which provides the best overall value for the City. This allows the City to procure a wide range of products, supplies, equipment, and services to accomplish its goal of providing superior and efficient customer service.
If you have questions about the City’s purchasing needs or process, please feel welcome to contact us.
2021 WMPPA REVERSE TRADE FAIR - April 29
The Michigan Economic Development Corporation’s Pure Michigan Business Connect and the West Michigan Public Purchasing Alliance are hosting a Reverse Trade Fair 8:30 a.m.-noon on Thursday, April 29. The no-cost, virtual event will provide supply chain matchmaking between WMPPA public procurement professionals and Michigan product and service suppliers. It is a great way for companies seeking to do business with the public sector to meet buyers from multiple agencies. For more event details, click here to view the flyer.
PROUD MEMBERS OF:
West Michigan Public Purchasing Alliance
Michigan Public Purchasing Officers Association
Michigan Minority Supplier Development Council
National Institute of Governmental Purchasing