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Across all departments, the City of Knoxville spends more than $78 million each year on an array of goods and services that include everything from architectural and engineering services to pest control, and from automotive parts to liquid soap. Of these expenditures, all purchases over $5,000 are handled by buyers in the Purchasing Division who are committed to maintaining the highest level of open, free market competition while at the same time actively encouraging local small business participation.

Learn more about the Purchasing Department and doing business with the city:

Doing Business with the City
Bid/Contracting Opportunities
| Sealed Submissions | Request for Quotes
Vendor Accounts
Small Business & Diversity Outreach
"Small Business Connections" Newsletter [PDF]
City Surplus
Staff Contacts

UPCOMING EVENT - East Tennessee Purchasing Association Business Matching Event - July 16, 2015:

ETPA's 10th annual Business Matching & Tradeshow even is on July 16, 2015 at Rothchild's Catering and Conference Center. You don't want to miss this exceptional opportunity to maximize your firm's advertising dollars by meeting with procurement representatives from various local, state and federal governmental agencies all together under one roof. Go to www.etpanews.org for more details and registration.

Upcoming Business Opportunities at the City of Knoxville
Following approval of the annual budget, the City of Knoxville compiles and presents a list of potential procurements for the next fiscal year. Please view this presentation to see the forecasted business opportunities.
Click here to view the Business Opportunities Overview Presentation