ACC has developed an online vendor registration for all business that are interested in providing goods and services, professional services and construction services to the District. See Supplier Registration for instructions.
Suppliers responding to a solicitation cannot have a conflict of interest. In addition, a supplier cannot create an appearance of impropriety. The College is required by law to ensure fairness in the award of contracts. The College has implemented policies pursuing fair and open competition.
All suppliers responding to a Solicitation must provide either a statement outlining possible conflicts or a statement asserting that no conflict exist. All respondents that are awarded a contract are required to notify the College of any emerging conflicts.
The College reserves the right to assess possible conflicts and reject bids or proposals due to a conflict.
To avoid misuse of tax-supported resources and avoid inappropriate use of District resources for personal gain, activities that would violate applicable state laws or board policy are prohibited.
All current competitive solicitation opportunities of $50,000 or more are advertised on ACC’s website local newspapers. Notices regarding ACC’s solicitations are also advertised with local area Chambers of Commerce.
Advertised Solicitations include Invitation for Bids (IFBs), Request for Qualifications (RFQs), Competitive Sealed Proposals (CSPs), Request for Proposals (RFPs), Request for Offers (RFOs) or Requests for Bids (RFBs). When applicable, Request for Information (RFIs), Non-Solicitation, may also be posted on ACC’s website.
All related solicitation documents are posted under each solicitation topic heading and are searchable by issue date and date last updated by addendum, submittal register, bid tabulation or award notice.
Yes. Interested parties are welcome to attend the public opening of bids and submittals received in response to an advertised solicitation. Information on the date, time, and location of the public opening is noted in the solicitation document. The public opening is generally the same date as the submission due date.
Should you need additional information, contact the P2P/Procurement as for the specified in the solicitation.
Visit our Small Business Development Program page.