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North East Independent School District, as well as all other school districts in the State of Texas, is governed by state competitive bid law. Therefore, the majority of the purchasing process is done via competitive bids. The purpose and intent for the competitive bidding process is to help public schools obtain the best products at the lowest practical prices in the best interest of the taxpayers by stimulating competition. The mission of the Procurement & eCommerce is to facilitate the educational process by procuring goods and services, which meet District specifications, with available fiscal resources at the lowest possible cost. Therefore, North East Independent School District is committed to fair and equal competition among all vendors. In addition, state competitive bid laws do not allow favoritism to be shown to any vendor.
Bids must be submitted in a sealed bid on or before the date and time of opening. Bids will NOT be accepted by fax, email, or other transmissions. Bids received after date and time of opening will be returned to the vendor unopened. North East Independent School District and Procurement & eCommerce are not responsible for US mail. Postmarks do not validate the bid; North East Independent School District and the Office of Procurement & eCommerce must have sealed bid time-stamped by the bid deadline.
|North East ISD advertises Bids/Proposals in the San Antonio Express-News, Commercial Recorder, and The Hart Beat.|
By state law, notice of the time, when and place where bids will be opened are published in a newspaper in accordance with state bid law requirements. Any company or individual who sees our advertisements and is interested in obtaining a bid specification package, may contact the NEISD Procurement & eCommerce Department in person, in writing or by telephone, and request a copy of the bid specifications.
North East Independent School District is tax exempt on the basis that it is a governmental entity -- school district.
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Updated: September 14, 2009