Contracts and Procurement

Responsibilities
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Contact


Alan Guard
Finance Director


111 N. Powell Pkwy
P.O. Box 776
Anna, TX 75409

Ph: (972) 924-3325 


Hours


Monday - Friday
8:00 am - 5:00 pm
The City of Anna works closely with vendors throughout the purchasing cycle to procure quality goods and services and to ensure transparency to the general public. The Purchasing Office of the Finance Department is responsible for handling the purchase of goods and services for all departments in the City. This includes:

  • Taking bid orders
  • Ordering supplies and services
  • Contracting for services
  • Paying for orders
As part of service excellence, the city strives to follow the Transparency protocols and guidelines as provided for in the Transparency Stars Program outlined by the Texas State Comptroller of Public Accounts.

Contract and Procurement Summary 2019 (In Progress)

  • Spending on procurement and contracting activities expressed as a total: $$9,982,019.
  • Spending on procurement and contracting activities expressed per capita: $664.098 .
  • Total number of publicly posted/advertised bidding and contract opportunities: _____
  • Total number of closed bids/solicitations or awarded contracts:  ______
  • Total dollar amount of bids received from invitations for bids or requests for proposals: $________________
  • Total dollar amount awarded from contracts: $________________ .

*The per capita figures are based on the city’s estimated 2019 population of 15,011.

Visualizations

Procurement Budget vs. Actuals 2019

Procurement Terms

National Institute of Governmental Purchasers

Procurement Statutes

Solicitations (In Progress)

  • Current Bids
  • Closed Bids
  • Award Notices
  • Award Contracts

Other Information

  • Other Reference Resources (In Progress)

Vendor Check Register (Checkbook)

  • The checkbook reflects all payments processed through the city’s Accounts Payable division. The register includes check information, fund, department, payee and description of purchase. Procurement credit card charges reflect JP Morgan Chase Bank as the payee and the individual merchant who accepted the credit card in the description “1” field.