Our Procurement Division is centrally responsible for the purchase of goods and services. These purchases are essential to provide public transportation services to Snohomish County citizens.
As stewards of public funds, Procurement:
The Procurement Division earned an Accreditation for Quality Public Procurement Departments (QPPD, formally the OA4) and an Outstanding Agency Accreditation for Public Procurement from NIGP. This external recognition of the Procurement team’s adherence to industry standards makes them leaders in the public procurement profession.
The Procurement Division manages purchases that exceed $10,000. In addition, Community Transit offers a wide range of business opportunities published online to maximize full and open competition. Vendors must be registered on Community Transit’s vendor portal to participate.
We encourage interested vendors to register on the vendor portal. Registration is free, and vendors receive automatic notifications about new business opportunities relevant to their line of business, can view solicitation information, and submit offers.
Are you interested in doing business with Community Transit? Registration is free and will enable your business to:
Community Transit promotes and encourages Small Business participation, which includes small, minority, and women-owned businesses in its procurement opportunities.
The agency is interested in firms that demonstrate a commitment to equal employment opportunities and encourages firms to employ a workforce that reflects the region's diversity and adheres to nondiscrimination provisions.
Learn more about our Small & Disadvantaged Business Development Program
Community Transit periodically auctions surplus vehicles and equipment.
To view current auctions, see the links under the James G. Murphy Auctions and Public Surplus sections in the blue sidebar on this page.
These are online auctions periodically posted by Community Transit's Procurement Department.
Register as a buyer so you can view any current auctions posted.
The Interlocal Cooperation Act (RCW 39.34.040) allows a local government to enter into interlocal agreements with other public agencies. By cooperatively sharing resources, everyone benefits!
Under RCW 39.34.040, Community Transit has executed interlocal agreements with other public agencies for various years.
As of June 7, 2006, this law was amended to permit a public agency to list interlocal agreements on its website instead of filing them with the county auditor's office. We have posted interlocal agreements the agency has entered into to comply with that law.
Please note the Snohomish County auditor's office does not have these agreements recorded.
Copies of all Interlocal Agreements Community Transit has entered with other public agencies is available online on our Procurement Portal. Click here to search, review, and download PDFs of all supplier contracts.
Listed below are the most asked questions our Procurement Division receives. If you cannot find the answer to your question, please contact us!
Vendors must register with Community Transit to conduct business with the agency. Please register here.
As a registered vendor, you will:
NAICS is the Census Bureau’s system for classifying business establishments. We utilize the NAICS classification code for vendors to self-identify the goods or services they provide. In addition, these codes help us identify potential vendors for bidding opportunities.
For assistance identifying your NAICS classification code(s), use the NAICS Search at https://www.census.gov/naics/
Community Transit has established a few continuous on-call rosters or qualified vendor lists. These are posted and available for review through the "Solicitations" link on our Procurement Portal.
Register as a vendor so you can download the entire solicitation packet. Each packet will contain specific instructions for joining and selection.
If you have questions about which on-call roster is the best fit for your company, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
B2Gnow is a provider of Small Business Enterprise/Disadvantaged Business Enterprises (SBE/DBE) program management systems.
Access Community Transit’s program management system for SBE/DBEs at: https://ct.sbdbe.com/.
This system is:
Yes, registration is mandatory to do business with Community Transit through its Procurement Portal.
As a registered vendor, you can download solicitation documents by:
Registration is mandatory to do business with Community Transit through its Procurement Portal.
Registered vendors will:
Yes. Vendors should read and ensure that their team of employees and subcontractors are abiding by the policies listed below when visiting or working under contract with Community Transit
These policies include: