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Bids & RFP's

The City of Davenport requires electronic submissions for all bids, request for proposals (RFP), and quotes.
Please click on the links below to view current opportunities, past awards and to register in the system.

 

Vendor Information

Please print and complete the W-9 form to provide your federal tax identification number and remittance address, for our vendor files. Mail completed W-9 form to the address below. Following are tips to ensure prompt and accurate invoice payment:

Invoice Mailing Address:
Please mail all City of Davenport invoices to the following address. Invoices mailed to other departments or addresses are likely to experience a significant delay in payment.

City of Davenport
Attn: Accounts Payable
226 West Fourth Street
Davenport, IA 52801

Purchase Order Number:
Any individual committing the City of Davenport to a purchase must provide a City of Davenport purchase order, issued by the City's automated purchasing system, to verify their authority to make the purchase. Invoices received without a valid purchase order number will not be processed for payment.

Payment Terms:
Invoice payment terms should be clearly stated on the face of each invoice, including any early payment discounts available. If no payment terms are printed on an invoice, it will be scheduled for payment in accordance with the industry standard of net 30 days.

Invoice Date:
While this may seem obvious, a surprising number of invoices are not dated. Providing an invoice date is key to assuring timely payment.

Invoice Number:
Invoices without unique numbers require research to assure payments are not duplicated, which may result in a delay of your payment.

Quantities/Pricing:
Quantities invoiced need to agree with quantities received, and prices need to agree with the purchase order. Any discrepancies may result in a delay of your payment.

Sales Tax:
By Iowa Code, the City is exempt from state/local sales tax charges. Any state/local sales tax charges added to your invoice will need to be removed, and may result in a delay of your payment.

Thank you in advance for your assistance. If you have any questions, please contact Accounts Payable at (563) 326-7718.

City of Davenport Small Business Program Recognition

The City of Davenport is committed to providing opportunities for small businesses in any of the following designations.

Woman-Owned Small Business

  • A business needs to be small in accordance with the SBA size standard for their primary NAICS (Industry code). 
  • 51% owned and operated by a woman or women.
  • Operation includes managing day to day operations, making long term decisions for the business, woman holds the highest officer position in the business, woman must work at the business full time during normal business hours.

Small Disadvantaged Business

  • A business needs to be small in accordance with the SBA size standard for their primary NAICS (Industry code). 
  • 51% owned and controlled by one or more disadvantaged persons.
  • The disadvantaged person must be socially and economically disadvantaged.

Minority Business Enterprise

  • 51% owned and controlled by a member of an identified minority group (Asian, Black, Hispanic, East Asian Indian or Native American).
  • Capitalization and overall company operation needs to be accomplished by the minority individual(s)
  • The company must operate for profit.

Service Disabled Veteran-Owned

  • A business needs to be small in accordance with the SBA size standard for their primary NAICS (Industry code). 
  • Owner(s) must have a service connected disability that has been determined by the DoD or VA.
  • 51% owned and controlled by the service disabled veteran(s) .
  • The service disabled veteran has to hold the highest officer position in the company.

Disadvantaged Enterprise Program (DBE)

  • 51% owned by a socially and economically disadvantaged person.
  • A business needs to be small in accordance with the SBA size standard for their primary NAICS (Industry code). 
  • The disadvantaged business owner must have a personal net worth of less than $1.32 million.
  • The business must not be tied to another firm in such a way as to compromise its independence and control.
  • The disadvantaged owner must possess the power to direct or cause the direction of management and polices of the firm.
  • Firm must be certified by the Department of Transportation.
  • NOTE:  Certain City of Davenport construction related projects may require DBE participation.  This would only be counted for CERTIFIED DBE firms.
  • A list of current certified DBE vendors is available from the State of Iowa's DBE Business Enterprise website. DBE vendors registered with other governments or agencies are also accepted by the City of Davenport to fulfill the DBE contact requirement.
  • For more information on the City of Davenport DBE Program, refer to the DBE Subcontractor Contact Information Form.
  • As a part of this commitment, all City contractors are encouraged to contact DBE vendors. For specified bid proposals, bidders will be required to submit evidence of a good faith effort to contact and solicit bids from DBE vendors for subcontract work and/or materials and supplies.
Contact Us

If you have any questions on how to register as a vendor or about the electronic bid submission process, please contact us.

City of Davenport
Purchasing Division, City Hall
226 West 4th Street
Davenport, IA 52801
(563) 888-2156
purchasing@ci.davenport.ia.us