A vendor roster is a list of sellers (suppliers, consultants, contractors, etc.) created by the City for a specific type of future purchase. By evaluating and pre-qualifying vendors upfront, the City saves time and resources by making future purchases under a simplified process.

This procurement option was introduced at the City around 2008.

Why This Audit Matters

The City currently purchases approximately $88 million per year in goods and services through the Purchasing and Materials Management Division’s (PMMD’s) vendor rosters program. Rosters provide operating divisions with a quick and efficient means of procurement; however, it also delegates a number of processes from PMMD. Therefore, it is important to ensure that there is enough oversight to safeguard the integrity of the roster process.

Read the Full Report

Obtaining the Best Value Through the Use of Vendor Rosters – October 13, 2017

Audit Committee Agenda Item

AU10.8 – October 27, 2017