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Topeka E-Procurement System Supplier Portal

The Topeka E-Procurement System, or Topeka E-Pro, automates the exchange of information between the City and its suppliers or end users. Current Suppliers and Vendors must be registered in the E-Pro system in order to respond to open bid opportunities.
Suppliers can now register online.
Current suppliers and vendors must also register as a Supplier in order to respond to bid opportunities.
Watch a short tutorial on how to register to do business with the city.

Notice to Bidders

Bidders are responsible for checking this website to obtain all addenda that may be issued to bid documents and specifications. The city is not responsible for direct distribution of addenda posted on the website. Acknowledgement of addenda is made in the electronic bidding process. Alternatively, bid documents and specifications are available to prospective bidders at the City of Topeka, Contracts & Procurement Division, 215 SE 7th Street, Room 60, Topeka, KS 66603.

The City of Topeka reserves the right to reject any or all proposals. Bidders must comply with all non-discrimination provisions. The city is an equal opportunity entity and invites small and minority contractors to bid.

Mission Statement

The Contracts and Procurement Division of the City of Topeka, Kansas is responsible for the acquisition of goods and services used by all City Departments. It is the objective of the City to procure the necessary goods and services at the lowest possible cost consistent with the quality needed to meet its requirements and to ensure that its citizens receive the maximum value for each dollar expended.

Outside Resources

Office of Minority and Women Business Development: This website is a great resource for businesses looking to gain insight into the education and certification process with the State of Kansas.

State of Kansas eSupplier Public Portal: This website lists all current and past contracts that the State of Kansas has in place. Vendors can review bidding opportunities regarding the State of Kansas through this website.

State of Kansas Bonding Statute (KSA 60-1111): This website lists the State of Kansas Public Works Bonding Statutes, which require bonding for the purpose of public improvement projects, or the constructing of any public building or making repairs on the same, when construction is estimated to be over the amount of $100,000.00.

Shawnee County Purchasing: This website lists all current and awarded contracts for Shawnee County, Kansas. Vendors can review bidding opportunities and awards regarding the County through this website.

Debarred Vendor List: This website lists any barred vendors from bidding on County or City opportunities.

Kansas PTAC: The Kansas Procurement Technical Assistance Center seeks to help Kansas businesses with local, state, and federal government contracting assistance. They provide counseling and training seminars regarding contract issues and the latest guidelines to help businesses learn about procurement systems.