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Department of Management Services

Division of State Purchasing

Florida's purchasing power allows the Division of State Purchasing to deliver the best value in goods and services for state agencies and eligible users. The division strives to develop and implement sound and transparent procurement practices throughout the state and is dedicated to building strong relationships with state agencies, eligible users, and vendors. The division promotes fair and open competition in the state's procurement process and provides professional leadership and guidance to state agencies.

 

State Contracts and Agreements

The division procures state contracts and agreements for commodities and services that are frequently used by multiple state agencies. State contracts and agreements awarded by the division account for more than $1.5 billion in purchases annually by state agencies and eligible users. The division’s contract managers enforce performance of contract terms and conditions, serve as a liaison with the vendor, and provide customer service to state agencies, eligible users, and the general public.

 

MyFloridaMarketPlace (MFMP)

MyFloridaMarketPlace (MFMP) is the State of Florida’s online procurement system, providing a web-based program for state agencies and vendors to exchange products and services. MFMP allows for the registration of vendors, creation of solicitations by customers, management and display of catalogs for contracted commodities and services, order placement, purchase approvals, invoice reconciliations, and payment approvals. If you are interested in doing business with the state, please visit the Vendor Resources page.

 

Public Procurement Professional Development

The division manages a professional development program designed to provide public procurement professionals with the knowledge and skills necessary to implement sound procurement practices at their respective state agencies. The division offers three statutorily required certification programs: Florida Certified Contract Manager (FCCM), Florida Certified Contract Negotiator (FCCN), and Project Management Professional (PMP).