The Contractual Services group is responsible for the procurement of professional services, district construction and maintenance contracts, contractual services/commodities, single source procurements, and purchase orders. The Contractual Services group consists of three units that operate under different statutes, rules, and procedures – Commodities and Contractual Services, District Contracts and Professional Services.
Commodities and Contractual Services
The Commodities and Contractual Services unit is responsible for the procurement and contracting of goods and services, pursuant to Florida Statutes 287.057 and 338.235, Florida Administrative Code Rule 60A, and the Commodities & Contractual Services Procurement Manual.
The Districts Contracts unit is responsible for the procurement of road/bridge construction and maintenance services, design-build and design-bid-build services pursuant to Florida Statute 337, Florida Administrative Code Rule 14-22 and the Road and Bridge Contract Procurement procedure.
The Professional Services unit is responsible for the acquisition of professional architectural, engineering, landscape architectural, land surveying and mapping, planning and right of way services pursuant to Florida Statute 287.055, Florida Administrative Code Rule 14-75 and the Acquisition for Professional Services procedure.
As a registered vendor, your firm will be identified in MyFloridaMarketPlace (MFMP), the State of Florida’s online procurement system. This system was developed by the Department of Management Services (DMS) and is used for every Purchase Order issued by the Florida Department of Transportation. Registration with DMS, State Procurement Office, identifies your firm as desiring to receive solicitations from all state agencies for commodities and services you identify.
Florida’s Turnpike Enterprise recently held a virtual and in-person Industry Forum to provide an opportunity for interested firms to learn more about the Department’s Commercial Back-Office project. The Department is preparing to procure an account management and financial accounting system with services to develop, integrate and transition to a new back-office system. An ITN will be advertised on April 12, 2021. The PowerPoint presented during the forum is available for review. For questions before April 12th, please contact Windy Spatafora at Windy.Spatafora@dot.state.fl.us.