City of Mesa Procurement Regulations
The City of Mesa procurement regulations originate in the City Charter and are further defined in the City Code, Management Policy and Procurement Rules. These procurement regulations govern all City procurement activity. A copy of the City Charter, section 1-21 of the Mesa City Code, Management Policy 200 and Procurement Rules, as well as other important management policies related to procurement can be found below:
City Charter | City Code | Management Policy | Procurement Rules
In 2019, the National Purchasing Institute honored Mesa's Purchasing Division with the "Achievement of Excellence in Procurement" award for the fifteenth consecutive year. This prestigious award recognizes organizational excellence in public procurement and is awarded to those organizations that meet criteria designed to measure innovation, professionalism, e-procurement, productivity and leadership.
In 2016 and 2019, Mesa was awarded the NIGP Outstanding Agency Accreditation Achievement Award (OA4) by NIGP: The Institute for Public Procurement. The OA4 recognizes agencies that lead the public procurement profession through the implementation of best practices. Agencies that earn this designation are OA4-accredited for three years. NIGP represents over 3,000 government agencies throughout the United States and Canada and only 151 of those agencies have ever attained this distinction.
For the thousands of agencies represented by the NPI and NIGP, Mesa’s Purchasing Division is only one of twenty-four agencies that are actively awarded both the AEP and OA4 designation concurrently.
The City of Mesa Purchasing Division acquires quality materials and services for City Departments in a timely and cost-effective manner, providing the resources they need to perform their jobs, while maintaining an open and competitive bidding environment.
Our vision is to be leaders in the field of public procurement and strategic sourcing, bringing value and efficiency to each procurement while at the same time operating within City policy, statute and sound business practices.
- Accountability: Taking ownership and being responsible to stakeholders for our actions...essential to preserve the public trust and protect the public interest.
- Ethics: Acting in a manner true to these values...essential to preserve the public's trust.
- Impartiality: Unbiased decision-making and action...essential to ensure fairness for the public good.
- Professionalism: Upholding high standards of job performance and ethical behavior...essential to balance diverse public interests.
- Service: Obligation to assist stakeholders...essential to support the public good.
- Transparency: Easily accessible and understandable policies and procedures...essential to demonstrate responsible use of public funds.