Department processes the College's requisitions, purchase orders, requests for information/proposals/qualifications, and invitations to bid.
Click here for List of Bids, RFPs, and RFQs.
All potential suppliers and professional service agents are required to complete a
supplier application and a W-9. Please download and complete the appropriate forms.
Send copies of the signed and completed forms to email@example.com.
Located on the Daytona Beach Campus
1100 Willis Avenue
Building 1100 Room 118
Hours 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., Monday through Friday
1200 W International Speedway Blvd
Daytona Beach, 32114
Senior Staff Assistant
Purchasing Agent I
Executive Director, Business Services
Doing Business with Daytona State College:
A purchase requisition is an internal request created by a department for the Purchasing
Department to create a Purchase Order.
A Requisition is a request for a purchase order; it is not a Purchase Order and should not be treated as such.
It is against College policy to place an order prior to the creation and approval
of a purchase order.
In order to comply with Daytona State College policy, a requisition must be approved and a purchase order completed PRIOR
to ordering any materials or services from a supplier with the exception of orders that are placed using a purchasing card according
to the College's purchasing card procedures.
Daytona State College has purchasing dollar threshold limitations that are enforced
and departments are required to obtain additional price quotes
per College procedure. The Purchasing Department will issue formal bid solicitations per College procedure or as the Purchasing Department
determines it to be in the best interest of the College.
Daytona State College has a Central Receiving Department that receives and inspects
all packages shipped to the College. All shipments
or scheduling of deliveries must be coordinated with Central Receiving in order to be received properly and for a receipt generated to be
generated to allow for the processing of invoices.
All invoices should be forwarded to Accounts Payable. Please make sure the purchase
order number is listed on the invoice. Failure to forward
invoices to Accounts Payable may result in delay or non-payment to the supplier.