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Tacoma Public Schools encourages suppliers to become familiar with the contents of these documents. The Purchasing Department is responsible for ensuring that district purchases represent the best value possible, both in terms of price and in terms of non-price considerations such as service, timeliness, quality and supplier performance.
Suppliers should never provide services or materials to the District without a Purchase Order unless the purchase is made with a District credit card (Visa). Suppliers wishing to do business with the District must agree to certain terms and conditions. The documents on this page will be updated as changes occur. These are provided below:
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Applicable within most Bids and Requests for Proposals by Tacoma Public Schools. (PDF)
Tacoma Public Schools issues Purchase Orders for Products and Services. The issued Purchase Order is a Contractual Document as well as your form of payment to invoice against. (PDF)
Tacoma Public Schools District Contractual Terms and Conditions Template. (PDF)
The Tacoma Public Schools (TPS) Purchasing Department recognizes that employees of the Department are public employees. As such, these employees have the responsibility to uphold the public trust and to refrain from using their position for private benefit. It is the policy of the TPS Purchasing Department that employees shall, in addition to all other expectations and job requirements, refrain from conflicts of interest and avoid the appearance of unethical or compromising practices in business relationships, actions and communications. TPS Purchasing professionals must have a highly developed sense of professional ethics to protect their own as well as our District’s reputation for fair dealing. To strengthen ethical awareness, and to provide guidelines for staff, the TPS Purchasing Department promotes the following code of ethics:
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