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E-NOTIFY INFORMATION

MPS uses the City of Milwaukee's "E-Notify" site to register vendors wishing to receive email notifications of bids issued by Milwaukee Public Schools or the City of Milwaukee. The link below takes you to the "E-Notify" site where you will be asked to provide contact information and will be assigned a password. The password allows you to enter the E-Notify site where you can select specific products and services for which you will receive notification of pending bids and rfp's. It is recommended that you select the categories of "Other Commodities" and/or "Other Services" to receive notifications of all possible solicitations. You can enter this site as often as you wish to change your selections if necessary.

We may occasionally add new categories if the need arises. Therefore, please be sure to keep your registration information current by checking back often to update your selected categories. Your email address, mailing address and other contact information should also be modified by you, if necessary, to ensure you are able to maximize the benefits of E-Notify.

Go to E-Notify

The bid documents for these projects may be obtained from:
  AE Graphics, Inc.
  4075 N. 124th St.
  Phone: (262) 781-7744
  Fax: (262) 781-4250
or you may review bid documents online at AE Graphics.
 
 
Online Auction Services

  Wisconsin Surplus Online Auctions
  113 Perry Street / P.O. Box 113
  Mt. Horeb, WI 53572
  Phone: (608) 437-2001
  Fax: (608) 437-9593
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