Vendor Information

Contractor Collaboration Workshop Series

Open Feedback Sessions for Vendors


The City of Fayetteville, AR Purchasing Division is hosting free open feedback sessions for all vendors. The workshop series is being conducted in a good faith effort for City staff to receive feedback on how the City can improve its processes to better align with construction industry best practices. Currently scheduled sessions are listed below. Please check back as more sessions may be added in the future based on vendor feedback and discussion. Questions should be directed to Andrea Foren, City Purchasing Manager at aforen@fayetteville-ar.gov.

Current Sessions

DateTimeFormatLocation
Friday, April 22, 202210:30 AMVirtual, Registration RequiredRegister for the April 22, 2022 session (via Zoom)
Wednesday, April 27, 202210:30 AMVirtual, Registration RequiredRegister for the April 27, 2022 session (via Zoom)
Wednesday, May 4, 20224:30 PMVirtual, Registration RequiredRegister for the May 4, 2022 session (via Zoom)


Contractor Collaboration Workshop

General Information

The City of Fayetteville Purchasing Division does not send out notifications of bid opportunities to individual vendors. To find out about competitive bid opportunities at the City of Fayetteville, register with the City's new electronic bidding software. Registration is free.

Fill out this W9 Form (PDF) and email it to Purchasing Division if:

  1. you have not sent an updated W-9 within the last 12 months or 
  2. you are a new vendor and are interested in doing business with the City of Fayetteville. 

(Note: The City of Fayetteville does not require a vendor to go through a registration process before doing business with the City.)

Statement of No-Bid

The Statement of No-Bid form (PDF) is made available to any entity, individual, company, etc. that wishes to inform the city of any reason for deciding not to participate in a bid. This form is not required; however, it is presented and made available to maintain a positive relationship with vendors and solicit feedback on ways to improve the City's bidding (Bid), Request for Proposal (RFP) and Request for Qualification (RFQ) processes.

If you have a concern about an existing bid, please bring it to the attention of Andrea Foren via e-mail (aforen@fayetteville-ar.gov) or by phone at (479) 575-8289 immediately so that your concern can be properly addressed before the bid deadline.