New OpenGov E-Procurement Platform for Bid Opportunities
The City of Thousand Oaks Purchasing Division is excited to announce our partnership with OpenGov and transition to their web-based electronic bidding and vendor management system.
To continue to receive bid notifications, please register as a vendor on our new OpenGov e-Procurement Portal and click the “Subscribe” button to get notifications on upcoming bid opportunities. OpenGov will send you an email to activate your account. For more information about how to register, please see this helpful article.
The City of Thousand Oaks will be using the NIGP category codes to notify vendors of bid opportunities. Please review this article on setting up category codes and notification preferences.
Our new e-Procurement Portal will allow prospective Vendors and Suppliers the ability to:
Receive notifications of future opportunities. Signing up in the new e-Procurement Portal and selecting the “Subscribe” button to create an account will provide notifications for future opportunities.
Follow along with updates to existing opportunities. Locating the opportunity and clicking the “Follow” button will allow all interested proposers to receive amendments and addenda automatically.
Guided process to ensure submissions are complete. The new electronically guided process assists in making sure all required components are completed.
One location for all bid opportunities issued by the City of Thousand Oaks.
The City of Thousand Oaks looks forward to providing this enhanced e-Procurement Portal to our Vendors and Suppliers. There is no cost to register in OpenGov.
If you have any questions, please feel free to contact Grace Ng, Purchasing Supervisor, at email@example.com or (805) 449-2239.
Welcome to the Purchasing Division of the City of Thousand Oaks and thank you for your interest in doing business and providing products and services to the City. The Purchasing Division is committed to maintaining a fair and open purchasing process for the City and its vendors while obtaining the best possible product for the City in a fiscally prudent manner. The City's purchasing operation is decentralized with centralized oversight by the Purchasing Office. Operating departments partner with Purchasing for the procurement of supplies, equipment, and services.
Click on any of the links shown below for more information about the City's Purchasing programs and operations:
Doing Business With the City of Thousand Oaks
Our goal is to educate our suppliers by outlining City purchasing policies and procedures and explain how a supplier may participate in the City's business. When we do business with you, we want you to feel that each transaction was satisfactorily concluded in a respectful, fair, and professional manner; click here for more information on doing business with the City.
Local Preference Program
The City has a local preference program of 5%, up to $5,000 of the total bid price for the procurement of supplies, materials, or equipment. The business must be located within the City limits and must provide a copy of a current business tax certificate. This does not apply to professional services and construction.
Purchases of goods and services over $75,000 are procured through a formalized Bid or Request for Proposal (RFP) process; construction bids over $60,000 are procured through either an informal or formal Bid process and are posted on the web page. Suppliers who have registered for the specific commodity code/category designated in the RFP will receive an email notification of the posting. All guests to the website can view solicitations and bid results, as well as bid award information; however, to download the bid document and addenda and to receive the email notifications, you must be a registered vendor.
The City of Thousand Oaks sells its surplus inventory through an internet auction site. Only public institutions can sell their items on this site. All City surplus property is for sale “as is” and “where is,” with no warranty, guarantee, or representation of any kind, expressed or implied, as to the condition, utility or usability of the property offered for sale. To view the City’s surplus items up for auction please visit: http://www.publicsurplus.com
Instructions can be found here or you can click this link to go directly to the on-line vendor registration page. Remember, you must be a registered vendor to receive email notifications of Bids or Requests for Proposals and to download bid documents. Should you need to modify an existing registration, click here to find instructions which will guide you through that process.