How to do business with PVWC
To have your firm’s contact information added to PVWC’s Purchasing Department’s courtesy distribution list of upcoming projects, please feel free to contact email@example.com
How PVWC buys
PVWC’s purchasing practices are in strict conformance with the requirements of the Local Public Contracts Law.
What is expected of vendors
In order to conduct business with PVWC vendors are required to comply with applicable laws and have current active business registration certificates on file with PVWC’s Purchasing Department.
PVWC’s current threshold for public bidding is in conformance with the requirements of the Local Public Contracts Law. PVWC’s current threshold is approximately $36,000 and is subject to change in conformance with the Law.
How bids are solicited
In addition to website posting, PVWC advertises its upcoming bid contracts and professional service projects by placing ads in locally circulated newspapers.
Invoicing and payment information
PVWC will process invoices received from vendors, contractors and professional service providers generally within 30 days of receipt of same in form and content acceptable to PVWC. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org to obtain additional information in this regard.
The award process
Following receipt of bids/proposals, PVWC opens same on the date and time set forth in the Bidding Documents / RFP’s. Bidders and other interested parties are welcome to attend PVWC’s bid openings and openings of professional services proposals. PVWC staff evaluates bids / proposals and makes recommendations to the Commission in the form of resolutions containing recommendations concerning award of same.