Kane County Government Center, 719 Batavia Ave., Bldg. A, 2nd floor, Geneva, IL 60134
Kane County Purchasing Department
Office Hours: Monday-Friday, 8:30a.m.-4:30p.m. (excluding holidays); Phone: 630.232.5929
Kane County Purchasing Receives National Award
Kane County Purchasing Department assists all County departments in the purchasing of required goods and services in conformance with the Illinois Compiled Statutes and the Kane County Purchasing Ordinance.
Purchasing is responsible for writing of Bid Specifications and Requests for Proposals for a broad range of commodities and services such as vehicles, cleaning services, janitorial products, copy machines, office supplies, paper, construction projects and professional services.
Requirements of less than $30,000 are made in accordance with established procedures for small dollar purchases and requests for quotations are solicited. Requirements in excess of $30,000 are publicly advertised and are subject to solicitation as formal bids and RFPs.
Doing Business with Kane County
Kane County is always looking for qualified vendors to provide commodities and services at the most favorable prices, as this will continue to ensure that the County’s taxpayers are receiving the maximum value for their tax dollars.
Current Bid Listing
Vendors can view current bid and proposal opportunities, and review the listing of commodities and services contracted for or purchased. County bids and proposals are advertises in a publication distributed within Kane County and on the County’s website: www.countyofkane.org
on the Purchasing Department page.
How to Register
Interested vendors can register to be added to County’s vendor list by completing a vendor registration form and returning it to the Purchasing Department via fax at 630-208-5107 or by e-mail: email@example.com
. This form will provide basic information about your business.
Registered vendors will be sent notification when quotations, bids and proposals matching their criteria. Vendors can then submit quotations or request the bid and RFP specifications.
Contract and Electronic Payment
Kane County requires that all vendors awarded a contract provide proof of insurance meeting the County’s terms and conditions. Vendors are also required to be in compliance with County’s contractor disclosure policy.
Kane County requires all payments being made to vendors be done as direct deposits through an Automated Clearing House (ACH). All vendors being awarded a contract shall complete an authorization agreement form prior to an award. The ACH form and information on this program is located on the County’s website under Vendor Information on the Finance Department page.