The City of Westminster operates under a decentralized purchasing system with purchasing decisions made at the department level. Those who make purchasing decisions for the city are governed by ordinances and policies that dictate how products and services can be procured. Normally, the city requests formal written quotes from three vendors for purchases greater than $10,000 and up to $50,000. For purchasing decisions greater than $50,000, departments are required to follow the city’s formal bid process.

Participating in the city's bid process is simple. Businesses may register their products or services through BidNet Direct's Rocky Mountain E-Purchasing System. The Rocky Mountain E-Purchasing System provides a way for over 300 local agencies across the states of Colorado & Wyoming, including the City of Westminster, to more effectively notify vendors of bidding opportunities. The Rocky Mountain E-Purchasing System delivers convenient, centralized online access to bid opportunities, reducing paperwork and making it easier for vendors to do business with government agencies. The system provides instant access to Bids, RFPs, Quotes, Addendum and Award information from the City of Westminster and over 300 local Colorado & Wyoming government agencies.

How to register as a vendor on BidNet:

Most, but not, all RFB’s and RFP’s are posted on BidNet. 

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BidNet's Vendor Support Team is available Monday-Friday, 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. MT. Please call 800-835-4603 and press option 2 to speak with live customer support.

The city's general telephone number is 303-658-2400.
Aran Raz, Procurement Manager
Whitney Moore, Procurement Analyst