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SURPLUS PROPERTY FOR SALE ON GOVDEALS.COM

County Government Surplus Items
Highway Department Surplus Items
Sheriff’s Department Surplus Items

Open RFQ A&E Services

County Purchasing Manual 

 

Click Here to View Open Solicitations Listing on Vendor Registry

INVITATION TO BID:

Renovations & Additions to Existing Facilities
Johnson County Transfer Station 

DOWNLOAD SPECIFICATIONS HERE

A Pre-Bid Conference will be held

Wednesday, February 21, 2024 at 1:00pm

Bids will be receivedby the Architect until Thursday, February 29, 2024 at 3:00pm

Johnson County Purchasing Department

Troy Arnold, Purchasing Agent
211 North Church Street  |  Mountain City, TN 37683
Phone: 423-727-7861 |  Fax: 423-727-7418

Email: purchasing@johnsoncountytn.gov
Vendor Registration – Click Here

The Johnson County Purchasing Department is maintaining a registry of vendors who have expressed an interest in doing business with the Johnson County Government.

If you would like to add your business to this registry, please complete registration by clicking on the link above and follow the instructions. As needs arise for a particular product or service, the purchasing department uses this registry as one of several sources to find potential suppliers.

 

Please note that the Johnson County Purchasing Department cannot guarantee that this registry will be utilized or that any vendor will be notified of every solicitation for quotes, bids, or proposals for which it wishes to compete.


Public Notice advertisements for formal bids and proposals are placed within The Tomahawk newspaper of Mountain City, TN at minimum 2-weeks prior to the scheduled response deadline. 


PROTEST PROCEDURE
Any protest concerning the award of any bid or proposal shall be addressed to the Johnson County, TN Purchasing Agent. Protest shall be made in writing to the Purchasing Agent and shall be filed within five (5) business days after the intended award is announced. A protest is considered filed when received by the Purchasing Agent and written confirmation is given back to the protester. The written protest shall include the name and address of the protester, identification of the procurement, a statement of the specific reasons for the protest and supporting exhibits. The submitted information will be reviewed with the appropriate Department Head and County Attorney to render a final decision and a formal response provided within five days. This decision relative to the protest shall be considered final.

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