To view all active solicitations,
please visit Daytona State College's BidNet Site: BidNet's Florida Purchasing Group.
Daytona State College officially distributes solicitation documents, addenda and communications
through BidNet Direct's Florida Purchasing Group: BidNet's Florida Purchasing Group. BidNet provides a way for local government agencies across Florida to more effectively
notify suppliers of soliciation opportunites. Copies of soliciation documents obtained from any other source are not considered
Suppliers must register with BidNet to access and download Daytona State College's soliciation documents. Access to Daytona State College's BidNet site is free. Please click on the link above to register for an account and to view active bids.
Bids/Proposals will only be accepted electronically via the BidNet site. Please do not send hardcopies of bids or proposals. Please review all terms and conditions contained within in each soliciation packet thoroughly.
The current solicitations will be posted when released. There may be multiple documents/files attached per request which will contain the appropriate related bid number. It is the responsiblity of each potential supplier to monitor the BidNet website regularly for opportunities and to review changes, addenda, and communications to solicitations. Feel free to contact BidNet Direct's Vendor Support if you need assistance registering or using the Platform: (800) 835-4603.
For all other DSC purchasing inquries, please contact the Purchasing Manager at 386-506-3570 regarding any questions or concerns.
Previous Bids, RFPs, RFIs, ITNs, and RFQs can be found on the Previous Solicitations website.
Please review our Insurance Requirements when submitting bid and proposals responses.
For Facilities and Construction related bids, please visit the Facilities Planning Website
Note: "Failure to file a protest within the time prescribed in Section 120.57(3) Florida Statutes, or failure to post the bond or security required by law (i.e. FS 255.0516) within the time allowed for filing a bond shall constitute a waiver of proceedings under Chapter 120, Florida Statutes."