Supplier Information & Vendor Registration
Information about Purchasing and Materials Services guidelines and requirements.
In instances where vendors, contractors and consultants, or their representatives, will be working on District-owned property, the District requires that a certificate of insurance, with coverage at the minimum limits required by the District, be on file with the District. Separate endorsements, naming the District as Additional Insured, and including primary wording, are required for General Liability and Automobile Insurance. In addition, Workers’ Compensation Insurance that meets the minimum State requirements must also be provided with a Waiver of Subrogation.
District Safety Requirements for Treatment Plant and Pumping Station Projects
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Central Contra Costa Sanitary District uses Bidsync.com, an online bidding service, to post, distribute, and, in some cases, receive electronic responses to District solicitations done by the Purchasing and Materials Services Division.
Purchasing and Materials
Central Contra Costa Sanitary District is using Bidsync to post, distribute, and in some cases receive electronic responses to District solicitations done by the Purchasing and Materials Services Division. Bidsync is an online bidding service designed to automate and streamline the bidding process for suppliers and buyers.
By registering with Bidsync you will be recognized as a supplier that is interested in doing business with Central Contra Costa Sanitary District and you will be able to receive notification by email or fax of District solicitations done by the Purchasing and Materials Services Division. There is no charge to register, receive notice about or respond to District’s solicitations on the Bidsync system. By registering with Bidsync you will also have access to bidding opportunities from other public sector agencies, if you choose.
To register, go to http://www.bidsync.com and you will be forwarded to the Bidsync website where you will be provided instructions on how to register as a prospective supplier. When you register, it is very important to select all of the commodity codes for the products and/or services that your company sells to ensure that you receive all correspondence and business opportunities associated with your area(s) of interest. It is the supplier’s responsibility to maintain updated information at all times.
If you experience any difficulties or need assistance, please contact Bidsync’s customer support line toll-free at 1-800-990-9339, or by email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
For registration and bidding opportunities for Public Works Construction Projects managed by the CCCSD Engineering Department – Capital Projects Division, go to the Construction page.