Greyhound Procurement supports the organization’s mission by purchasing direct and indirect services and goods. Some direct vehicle purchases include:
Coach Bus Parts (Air Conditioner Compressors, Alternators, Batteries, Bearings, Belts, Hoses, Tensioners, Brakes, Coolants, Engines and Parts, Exhaust (Mufflers, Clamps and Exhaust Pipes), Fan Clutches, Filters, Fuel System Parts, Mirrors, Oil Pumps, Radiators, Seals, Tires, Water Pumps, Wheel Chair Lifts, and Wiper Blades).
Indirect purchases include services and goods to support national, regional and local needs and requirements for operations and facilities.
How are purchases made?
Purchase Orders or Contracts are issued, based on award of Bids or Proposals.
How does the competitive bidding process work?
Contracts are awarded to the best evaluated proposal. The primary evaluation criteria include, completeness of proposal/quote, demonstrated ability to meet technical requirements or scope of work, exceptions to terms and price.
Winning and non-winning bidders will be notified.
Generally, the term of most contracts is one (1) year initial term with option to renew up to two (2) additional one (1) year periods.
Greyhounds standard insurance requirements are as follows:
What are the payment terms?Net 60
Do I need a valid email address?
Yes, a valid email address is required to be set up as a vendor as well as to receive an invitation to bid.
Electronic signature via DocuSign is Greyhounds preferred method of contract execution.