Procurement

Mission Statement: To ethically procure quality goods and services, design, construction and construction management services at the best value for the City, while providing excellent customer service, process efficiency, transparency, fairness, competition, accountability, and maintaining public trust.

COVID-19 Related Product Offerings

ARE YOU A VENDOR/SUPPLIER OFFERING COVID-19 RELATED PRODUCTS AND WANT TO CONTACT THE CITY TO PROVIDE INFORMATION FOR THE CITY TO REVIEW?Please click here to learn how to submit your information to the City for review.

If you want to do business with the City of Miami, you will have to register as a supplier. You can view open solicitations as well, below. 

Register as a City Supplier (Vendor)

Vendor Code of Conduct

View/Respond to a Solicitation

View Current City Contracts

Create ACH/Direct Deposit with the City

 Submit a W9 Form

Amazon Local Seller Initiative

Throughout the year, The City of Miami auctions off surplus goods such as vehicles, boats, furniture, office supplies, art, etc. 

View City Auctions

Ethics is a fundamental principle within the public procurement profession. The City of Miami Procurement Department employees adhere to various codes of ethics, which includes the State of Florida, Miami-Dade County, City of Miami and the Institute for Public Procurement (NIGP).

Procurement Department Code of Ethics

 To strengthen the City-Supplier relationship and maintain honor, integrity, honesty, good faith, trust, cooperation, and understanding in our business relationship and overall procurement process, both parties will adhere to these codes of ethics.

 

If you'd like to view the full Procurement Ordinance (Code) of the City of Miami, click here

     Commonly visited portions of the Code include, but are not limited to:

     Definitions

     Small Purchases

     Ethics

     Cone of Silence

     Unsolicited Proposals

     Disputes and Legal Remedies

     Contracts for public works or improvements

     Professional Services

     Responsible Wage

     Living Wage

     Debarment and Suspensions

State statutes commonly referred to include, but are not limited to:

     Consultant Competitive Negotiation Act (CCNA)

     Local Bids and Contracts for Public Construction Works

     Timely Payment for Nonconstruction Services

     Timely Payment for Construction Services

 

ACCESS THE BUSINESS GUIDE

Want to learn how to do business with the City? Access this helpful Guide to Doing Business with the City.

Access Guide

Are you a vendor/supplier that wants to contact the City to provide information for the City to review regarding any COVID-19 related product offerings? Access the form to submit your information.

Access Form

 

Below, please find a list of current events hosted by the Procurement Department. If you don't see anything here, check back soon, as we try to host events often. 

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Are you a vendor/supplier offering COVID-19 related products and want to contact the City to provide information for the City to review? Please click here to learn how to submit your information to the City for review.

 

OFFICE OF THE DIRECTOR:

Annie Perez, CPPO – Director of Procurement/Chief Procurement Officer

   Phone:(305)416-1910 / Email: annieperez@miamigov.com

Kyle Brudzinski Assistant to the Director

   Phone: (305)416-1909  / Email: kbrudzinski@miamigov.com

Tahlia Gray, MBA – Procurement Analyst

   Phone: (305)416-1912 / Email: tgray@miamigov.com


GOODS & SERVICES TEAM:

Yadissa Calderon, CPPB – Assistant Director

   Phone: (305)416-1907 / Email: ycalderon@miamigov.com

Charles Johnson III, MBA – Senior Procurement Contracting Manager

   Phone: (305)416-1927 / Email: cjohnson@miamigov.com

Eduardo Falcon, CPPB – Procurement Contracting Manager

   Phone: (305)416-1901 / Email: efalcon@miamigov.com

Richard McLaren, CPM – Senior Procurement Contracting Officer

   Phone: (305)416-1958 / Email: rmclaren@miamigov.com

Justin Griffin – Senior Procurement Contracting Manager

   Phone: (305)416-1949 / Email: jgriffin@miamigov.com

Teresa Soto – Procurement Contracting Officer

   Phone: (305)416-1919 / Email: tsoto@miamigov.com

Victoria Giraldo – Procurement Contracting Officer

   Phone: (305)416-1916 / Email: victoriagiraldo@miamigov.com

Cristiane Lima – Procurement Contracting Officer

   Phone: (305)416-1906 / Email: clima@miamigov.com

Max Sagesse – P-Card/Surplus Administrator

   Phone: (305)416-1913 / Email: msagesse@miamigov.com

Aimee Gandarilla – Procurement Assistant II

   Phone: (305)416-1904 / Email: agandarilla@miamigov.com

Aileen Carbonell, MPA – Procurement Assistant 

   Phone: (305)416-1922 / Email: acarbonell@miamigov.com

TBD – Senior Procurement Contracting Manager

   Phone: TBD / Email: TBD


ARCHITECTURE & ENGINEERING (A&E) AND CONSTRUCTION TEAM:

Fernando Ponassi, MA Arch., MA PPA, LEED®A – Assistant Director

   Phone: (305)416-1902 / Email: fponassi@miamigov.com

Luis A. Pérez-Codina – Senior Procurement Contracting Manager

   Phone: (305)416-1903 / Email: lperezcodina@miamigov.com

 Anthony Rolle, M. Acct., J.D., CPPB  – Senior Procurement Contracting Officer

   Phone: (305)416-1914 / Email: arolle@miamigov.com

Anthony Hansen – Senior Procurement Contracting Officer

   Phone: (305)416-1895 / Email: amhansen@miamigov.com

Luis Caseres – Construction Procurement Assistant

   Phone: (305)416-1923 / Email: lcaseres@miamigov.com

TBD– Senior Procurement Contracting Officer

   Phone: TBD / Email: TBD

VISION: 

To be a leader in the professional public procurement community by striving to achieve excellence in areas of integrity, trust, ethical practices, innovation, and strategic performance.

VALUES: 

Proactive Innovation: Adaptable, result oriented behaviors and processes aimed at generating new initiatives and implementing constructive changes to improve process efficiency and efficacy. 

Professional Service: Assisting all stakeholders while maintaining the highest standards of performance, ethical behavior, specialized knowledge and subject matter expertise. 

Impartiality: Creating processes and decision-making that are open, fair, transparent, objective, equitable and unprejudiced. 

Accountability: Ensuring information, policies, and processes are transparent, open and readily accessible to ensure complete ownership and responsibility to stakeholders for our actions. 

Integrity: Firm and consistent alignment of policies, and adherence to, a code of shared standards for ethical values, principles, and norms for upholding and prioritizing the public interest and public good over private interests. 

Ethics: Moral principles governing actions to uphold the organization's standards, policies and all relevant legislation.

Our values are essential to preserve the public's trust, protect the public interest, ensure fairness for the public good, and ensure responsible use of public funds.