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Procurement Division 

The City of Little Rock Procurement Division is a centralized purchasing office that has the responsibility to locate and secure materials, supplies, equipment, and related services as required by various Departments within the City of Little Rock.

The City of Little Rock Procurement Division is an active member of the National Institute of Governmental Purchasing (NIGP) and the Arkansas Chapter of NIGP.

Purchasing and Bid Opportunities

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Please note that you do not have to be registered in order to view our current or awarded bids, but you must be registered in order to submit bids.

Our current bid opportunities as well as our awarded bid information can be found in the links below.

How the City of Little Rock Buys

The City of Little Rock uses an online bidding platform (LRProcure) to solicit quotes and post bid notices. Registered vendors are automatically notified when a solicitation matches their selected goods or services.

Rules governing purchasing and contract procedures were established under the concept of open bidding; and in accordance with applicable laws, statutes, and ordinances. Purchase awards are made to the lowest responsible vendor who meets City of Little Rock specifications and has the capacity to deliver the product or service.

Purchases valued over $5,000 but less than $50,000 ($35,000 for construction) require competition. Quote requests will be issued though LRProcure, and potential vendors can submit responses electronically, in person, or by mail. This requirement may be waived when such waiver is determined to be in the best interest of the City of Little Rock.

Purchases of $50,000 ($35,000 for construction) or above require formal "Invitation for Bids" or "Request for Proposals". Bid notices are placed on the City of Little Rock Website, City Access Channel 11, and outside the Procurement Division Office. Bid awards of $50,000 or above are approved by the Little Rock City Board of Directors, which meets on the first and third Tuesdays of every month.

Hours of Operation

Office hours are from 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM, Monday through Friday.

Should you wish to meet with personnel within the Procurement Division, you are encouraged to set up an appointment.

Procurement Documents:

 

Procurement Contact Information

Name

Email

Position

Phone

Abdoul Kabaou

akabaou@littlerock.gov

Deputy Director of Finance

(501) 371-6838

Vacant

Vacant

Procurement Manager

 

Derrick Rainey

drainey@littlerock.gov

Small Business Development Coordinator

(501) 371-4563

Toni Cook

tcook@littlerock.gov

Assistant Procurement

Manager

(501) 371-4780

Cassie Weatherington   

cweatherington@littlerock.gov  

Procurement Coordinator   

(501) 371-4561

Vacant

Vacant

Procurement Coordinator

 

Shantella Miller

smiller@littlerock.gov

Procurement Coordinator 

(501) 371-4587