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The Procurement function of the City of Palm Bay is vitally important to the prudent and honest expenditure of public funds.  Procurement must be conducted fairly with opportunity given to all who desire to participate in the procurement.  This can only be accomplished when all participants completely understand the rules, regulations and procedures that are utilized by the City. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact the Procurement Department at (321) 952-3424 for clarification and information.

City of Palm Bay Moves to New Bid Platform

Beginning June 15th, 2020, the City of Palm Bay Procurement Department will utilize VendorLink to manage bid solicitations, contract administration, and vendor relations to facilitate the purchase of goods and services to provide competitively priced, high quality services to the public.

VendorLink provides a free, user-friendly online portal where vendors can register to receive email bid notifications and access solicitation documents from the City of Palm Bay. The online registration allows vendors to provide basic information about their business and to select specific commodity codes for the goods and services they provide, ensuring that they receive relevant bid notifications. The VendorLink service is a low-cost solution for the City and provides free access to vendors and other interested parties, including members of the public, to view solicitation and contract documents.

“I’m very excited about VendorLink and the potential to increase competition and transparency, and to provide streamlined efficiency for our departments and vendors,” said Chief Procurement Officer Juliet Misconi.

All active City of Palm Bay vendors will receive an email regarding the change with instructions on how to register their business with VendorLink. To receive bid notifications via email and access solicitation documents, prospective vendors must complete the simple, no-cost registration with the VendorLink system at

The VendorLink service will replace DemandStar and Public Purchase, the City’s current platforms for formal solicitations. Vendors currently registered with DemandStar and Public Purchase will need to register with the new platform.

The VendorLink service is currently utilized by the City of Cocoa, Brevard County Board of Commissioners and Brevard School Board. All vendors who have registered to receive notifications from those organizations will be automatically registered to receive solicitation notifications from the City of Palm Bay.

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