Office of Procurement
Bid opportunities with the City of Springfield are now advertised on the Commonwealth of Massachusetts’ online procurement system CommPASS. Hosting and advertising the opportunities on CommPASS allows vendors to be exposed to city solicitations as well as opportunities for business with the state. If you are a vendor interested in doing business with the city and are not registered for CommPass already, please visit the Comm-PASS website and register your business. Registration is free and provides access to bidding opportunities with the Commonwealth as well as the City of Springfield.
Important Information about Bid Deposits
All deposits must be submitted to the Office of Procurement in the form of a certified check, bank check, or money order made payable to the City of Springfield. At this time, we are unable to accept company checks as a deposit.
The Office of Procurement buys any goods or services, including real estate and construction, required by any city department. State law dictates advertising, purchasing, bidding, and contracting procedures. The department disposes of surplus or obsolete goods or equipment through public sales. Anyone wishing to review bids submitted for a particular good or service may do so by visiting the department during business hours.