The Purchasing Department obtains in the most expeditious manner possible all supplies, equipment, and services at the lowest cost to the college, consistent with desired quality, quantity needed, and availability. Collectively, we will strive for efficiency and effectiveness in all activities, the achievement of which will ultimately be reflected in the success of the College's prime customers - the students.
St. Petersburg College purchasing department subscribes to the Code of
Ethics of both NAEB and NIGP (excerpts of which are printed below) and
all applicable laws of the State of Florida.
strive to obtain the maximum ultimate value of each dollar of
expenditure in consideration of the objectives and policies of the
To demand honesty in
sales representation whether offered through the medium of a verbal or
written statement, an advertisement or a sample of the product.
To decline personal gifts or gratuities or other things of value.
grant all competitive bidders equal consideration and to regard each
transaction on its own merits; to foster and promote fair, ethical and
legal trade practices.
To accord a prompt and courteous reception insofar as conditions permit to all who call on legitimate business missions.
be governed by the highest ideals of honor and integrity in all public
and personal relationships in order to merit the respect and inspire the
confidence of the organization and the public being served. In
addition, we believe that personal aggrandizement or personal profit
obtained through misuse of public or personal relationships is dishonest
and not tolerable.
Single & Sole Source Request
Vendor Agreement Form
Vendor Registration Form
PURCHASING INFORMATION / PROCEDURES
Procurement Procedures for Grants
Group Purchasing Organization Contracts
Thomas Russell, Director of Purchasing, 341-3070
Karen Reynolds, Purchasing Manager, 341-3370
Katie Pelliccio, Administrative Specialist, 341-3310
Lori Keegan, Purchasing Specialist, 341-3266
Tony Sciarrabba, Purchasing Specialist, 341-3308
WORK WITH SPC
Procurement & Purchasing
The Auxiliary Services Department at St. Petersburg College
administers out-sourced activities such as bookstores, food services, vending
machines, public printers and other revenue generating business enterprises,
College-wide. The department directs these
contracts and monitors operations including all financial based transactions
(i.e., revenue collections) to ensure that quality service standards are being
met. The department is dedicated to
supporting the learning environment beyond the classroom and providing students
with an affordable and accessible education. Revenue from Auxiliary Services is
reinvested in the College.