Our Procurement Solutions section buys a variety of materials, supplies, equipment, and professional services for the District, as well awarding construction contracts. Procurement Solutions ensure that all purchasing and
contract activities performed for the District are in accordance with Nevada Revised Statutes and other applicable federal, state and/or local laws. Suppliers
who are seeking to do business with us are encouraged to register with
the District. Please refer to iSupplier Registration Page (preferred) or Vendor-Supplier Registration Packet for further information. Existing suppliers who are seeking company name change or underwent merger or acquisition should follow the instructions in the Vendor-Supplier Registration Packet to update District records.
What We Purchase
Goods - All of the commodities required to develop and
maintain new and existing facilities and department operation. Goods valued at
an annual usage greater than $50,000 are solicited using a formal bid process.
Construction Services - Public Works construction projects valued
greater than $100,000 are solicited using a formal bid process.
General Type Services - The service provider is required to
hold a Clark County business license and no special certification or license is
typically required to perform the services. General Services valued at an
annual usage greater than $50,000 are solicited using a formal bid process.
Professional Services - The service provider is required to
hold a Clark County business license or a Limited Vendor Business Registration,
a professional license, or specialized certification is usually required to
perform the services. Professional Services are exempt from the competitive bidding process. However, it
is District policy to solicit proposals using a formal Request for Proposal
process, whenever possible.
Advertisement of Bids/RFPs
Goods and Services - In accordance with Nevada
Revised Statutes Chapter 332, any bid for
Goods or Services that exceeds $50,000 shall be advertised in a newspaper,
published, and having a general circulation within Clark County.
Construction - In accordance with Nevada Revised Statutes
Chapter 338, any bid for construction that exceeds $100,000, shall be
advertised in a newspaper, published, and having general circulation within
Guidelines - The advertisement must be published at least once
and not less than 7 days before a bid opening. The District
places all advertisements in the Legal Notices section of the Las Vegas Review