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Procurement Opportunity Forecast

The Shelby County Schools Procurement Opportunity Forecast represents a list of proposed procurements through June 2017, by SCS’ major buying activities. The opportunities and estimated value, sorted by National Institute of Government Purchasing (NIGP) Commodity Class Codes, represents an estimate of anticipated spend for the NIGP class codes listed. This list is not an exhaustive list of all anticipated single purchases made by SCS, but represents projected spend by major categories for the balance of the fiscal year.

We hope this forecast will assist potential vendors in doing business with Shelby County Schools by providing advanced notice of SCS’ procurement plan and contract opportunities. SCS’s Forecast is provided below in pdf format:

The procurements described in this forecast are expected to be solicited by June 2017, based on the information available at the time of this publication.

Forecast Disclaimer: The SCS Procurement Forecast is for informational and planning purposes only, does not represent as an all-inclusive list of SCS procurement opportunities, does not represent a pre-solicitation synopsis, does not constitute an invitation for bid or request for proposal, and is not a commitment by the district to purchase the products or services noted. The Forecast does not constitute a legal or binding agreement between SCS, vendors, or third parties. Official contract awards, modifications, extensions, or solicitations are published on the Shelby County Schools Procurement Services webpage:

FY16/17 Procurement Forecast

  • Vendor Registration

     Vendor Electronic Registration Instructions 

     Vendor FAQs

     Vendor Registration Form 

     W9 Sample 

     Instructions on How to Complete W9 

     Background Requirements 

    Doing Business with Shelby County Schools Seminar

  • eSchoolMall (Online Bidding) Registration

     How to Register and Respond to Quotes and Bids 

  • Additional Information

     Minority, Women and Disadvantaged Business Enterprise Participation (Policy 2010) 

     Local Preference Purchasing (Policy 2011)