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How to do business with Charlotte County
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Purchasing Process Overview

To enable your firm's placement in our automated Vendor's Listing System, be certain to complete the required two-step process - Vendor Application and Details Sheets.
When you are notified and elect to receive a bid package, read all bid documents/requests and follow instructions.
Do not alter any bid document(s) or other forms unless required to do so by way of an addendum issued by Charlotte County.
Be sure to submit the bid/quote before the date/time specified in the document(s), sign all documents where indicated and initial all approved changes.
Firms who submit a bid can obtain bid tabulation and award information under Purchasing Bids Online.
Get to know the purchasing needs of Charlotte County by keeping in contact.
Follow the "Notice of Availability" for bids, proposals and quotes under the Purchasing Bids Online or in the Purchasing Division located at 18500 Murdock Circle, Suite 344, Port Charlotte.
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