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Procurement Services
A Division of General Services
About us

The County of Greenville operates a centralized procurement system administered by the County's Procurement Services Division. Our mission in the Procurement Services Division is to procure supplies, equipment, materials, and services in a timely, efficient, and effective manner, and in compliance with applicable laws, regulations, and County policies.

Online Procurement Portal

We have partnered with OpenGov for our online portal that will allow interested parties to:

  • Register to respond to solicitations
  • View current solicitations and the corresponding closing dates for each
  • Follow updates to existing solicitations

To Register and Get Started:
Click here and sign up with OpenGov Procurement. You’ll receive an email to activate your account.
For more information about how to register, see our help file.

To View Current Solicitations:
Click here to go to our online solicitations portal.

Greenville County Procurement Ordinance 3704
Intent; Policy.
Legislative Intent.

It is the intent of the County Council that the primary concern of county government be the effective provision of services to the citizens of the County in a competitive, efficient and economical way, and that all purchases of goods and services needed to provide these services be conducted with primary concern for the efficient and economical use of revenues provided by those citizens.

Click here to view Procurement Ordinance.

Greenville County - Surplus Property

Greenville County surplus property is available for purchase by the general public through online auction at GovDeals.

Click here for more information.

Goals and Responsibilities

The Procurement Services Division's main goals and responsibilities are as follows:

  • Ensure that the County receives the best value obtainable for each tax dollar spent using the highest technological system available to the County
  • Promote free, open competition and equal opportunity for all vendors who seek to "Do Business with the County"
  • Ensure that small, disadvantaged, woman-owned, and minority-owned businesses have maximum opportunity to participate in County contracts
  • Monitor vendor performance to ensure reliability
  • Keep abreast of current developments in the field of purchasing, including prices, market conditions, and new products