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to Milwaukee Public School’s Procurement Division Vendor Home
Page. The Procurement Division’s mission is to leverage
information, technology and strategic sourcing principles to acquire
the goods and services needed to provide the highest quality education
possible to the children of the City of Milwaukee. This mission is
aligned to Working Together, Achieving More strategic plan goal #6: The district is accountable for
The information assembled here has been designed to provide you with
tools to make it easier for you to do business with Milwaukee Public
Schools. We invite you to visit our page often for updates on
business opportunities and look forward to working with you.
MPS will not sign vendor's
contracts or forms. All bids and proposals submitted must be signed by
the vendor on the appropriate MPS form provided. What's
New (Top of the Page)
MPS is now accepting bids electronically at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The subject line of the bidder's submission must contain the bid
number, date due and the buyers name. MPS will not accept
responsibility for any network or power outages that may occur during
the transmission of bids.
If an addemdum is issued, bidder must submit their addendum in the same
manner as their bid. That is, if the bid is submitted electronically,
the addendum must be submitted electronically. If the bid is submitted
"hard copy" or by any other means, the addendum must be submitted in
the same manner.
Submitting of electronic bids is optional.
The information on this page has been supplied by
the Purchasing and
Procurement Division of the Milwaukee Public Schools.
About Milwaukee Public Schools
Milwaukee Public Schools is committed to accelerating student achievement, building positive relationships between youth and adults and cultivating leadership at all levels. The district’s commitment to improvement continues to show results:
- More MPS students are meeting reading standards
- The MPS Class of 2014 earned $31 million in scholarships, up $7 million; and
- MPS is home to 4 of the state’s top 15 high schools according to U.S. News and World Report