The Purchasing Department provides services to all County departments by planning, organizing, and directing purchasing activities in accordance with federal, state, and local laws governing purchasing. The securing of goods necessary to the operation of county government is a major administrative and professional responsibility.

Workload Measures 2018/2019
Number of items listed on GovDeals: 25
Number of Request for Proposals and Request for Qualifications issued: 5
Number of Purchase Orders issued: 401
Updated 1/25/2019

To eliminate confusion and increase efficiencies, Purchasing will monitor the Office Depot and FSI Active End User list on a monthly basis to ensure users are deleted in a timely manner when no longer employed with the county, or when they change positions 50%
To adhere to retention standards and ensure efficient use of space, Purchasing will evaluate purchasing records and files and purge as needed 50%
To provide current up-to-date information, Purchasing will conduct an Annual Inventory of Fixed Assets and update the Munis Fixed Asset Accounting Program as needed 30%
To ensure efficiency, Purchasing will explore the county contract process including policies, electronic options, and legal review40%