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No. The form simply introduces the City to your business. We will do our best to reach out to you if the City desires to obtain a product or service you provide. However, we must still follow the guidelines shown in the City’s procurement policy.
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The procurement of all supplies, materials, equipment, and services shall be made in accordance with applicable Federal, State, and local statures and/or regulations.
All City employees involved in the procurement of goods and/or services should abide by the City’s Employment Policy Code of Ethic, rules and regulations of the Ohio Ethics Commission, the Ohio Revised Code, Federal Statutes, and any Grant requirements regarding any potential conflicts of interest in the expenditure of public monies.
The City of Beachwood’s Codified Ordinance 121.09 states contracts for expenditures of twenty-five thousand ($25,000) or more, but less than fifty thousand dollars are not required to be competitively bid, but may be awarded, upon the recommendation of the Mayor and/or Department Director, and by ordinance of Council. It also states competitive bids are to be obtained for purchases in excess of $50,000 unless the Ohio Revised Code and City Code provides for an alternative method such as State Contracts; and/or unless specifically waived by City Council.
The City of Beachwood supports diversity and inclusion in its procurement awards, and encourages the utilization of Minority and Women’s Business Enterprises as vendors and as prime and subcontractors.
It’s easy! Complete the appropriate form and email it to Purchasing@beachwoodohio.com
Once! When you’re in…you’re in.
No. We’d still like to hear from you. Please email us your completed W-9 along with a brief description of the products and/or services you provide to be kept on file should the need arise.