Purchasing ContactsKristina Colville
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The Texas State Legislature has adopted Chapter 252 of the Texas Local Government Code, more commonly known as Purchasing and Contracting Authority of Municipalities, and Chapter 271, which contains authorization for cooperative purchasing as well as an alternate process for Public Works bidding. It shall be the policy of the City of Conroe, to fully comply in all respects with the rules, regulations and procedures of the appropriate governing authorities.
The City of Conroe Purchasing Department, as well as elected officials, department heads, and staff, pledge to discharge their duties in a manner that will provide, to all responsible vendors and contractors, an equitable and competitive access to the City’s procurement process. Further, the Purchasing Department will be conducted in a manner that will promote public confidence in the integrity of the City of Conroe procurement organization.
Our goal is to provide the City with the best value in the acquisition of supplies, equipment, and services, which is critical to the effective organizational operations and a key function, both internally for the organization and for the public. Our contact with suppliers produces information needed by finance, line and staff departments, and the elected body to insure that both goods and services are delivered at the right price, the right quality, in a timely and effective manner and doing so within all applicable legal constraints. Public Procurement must assure that; responsible bidders are given a fair opportunity to compete for the City’s’ business, public funds are safeguarded to ensure the best value is received for the public dollar, must guard against misappropriation of City funds and insure that public spending is not used to confer favors to anyone.
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