The Procurement Division is responsible for the acquisition of all goods and services, including professional services and construction for the City of Lynchburg and Lynchburg City Schools.
Procurement Division Mission Statement
The Procurement Division's mission is to enhance the quality of life of the people of Lynchburg. To accomplish our Mission we: Ensure the integrity of the process; maintain the highest ethical standards; support and enhance the quality of services to the public and City Departments; satisfy the current needs of the community and departments while planning for the future; deliver the maximum value for the tax dollar; respect the diverse needs and contributions of all who participate in the process; work effectively as a Team.
- Current Solicitations
- Notices of Award
- Vendor Registration Form
- Surplus for Sale
- City's Procurement Ordinance
- Virginia Association of Governmental Purchasing
- NIGP: The Institute for Public Procurement
- Principles and Practices of Public Procurement
- City's PPTA/PPEA Guidelines
Procurement Staff and Contact InformationStephanie Suter, CPPO, CPPB; Procurement Manager firstname.lastname@example.org 434-455-3963
Melissa Tillman, CPPB; Contract Specialist email@example.com 434-455-4228
Florence Randolph, VCA; Buyer
Matt Marsteller, CPPB; Contract Specialist
City of Lynchburg, Procurement Division Third Floor, City Hall
900 Church Street
Lynchburg, VA 24504
Main Office Telephone: 434-455-3970
Office Hours and Sales Visits
Vendors wanting to visit with Procurement Staff are encouraged to make an appointment by calling 434-455-3970. Sales visits to other departments are permissible, however, those departments will need to be called individually. Appointments for other departments are not coordinated through this office. Vendors may leave literature for all departments with the Procurement Office for distribution to other City departments.
Office Hours: 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., Monday through Friday; Closed on City Holidays
Equal Opportunity and Minority Business Participation
In 1993, City Council approved a resolution to provide minority and women-owned businesses with an equal opportunity to participate in municipal contracting and purchasing programs including, but not limited to, participation in the supply of materials, services, construction, and repair activities, as well as in lease agreements; discrimination against any person or business in pursuit of these opportunities on the basis of race, color, sex, religion, national origin, handicap, or age in the conduct of municipal procurement activities was prohibited.