What if I don't have the whole order?

A delivery normally must be made in the exact quantity called for on the purchase order. Partial deliveries, however, are required and accepted in some instances. The City will make payment on partial deliveries when:

  1. A contract for the supply of goods, commodities, or contractual services extends over a period of months.
  2. Authorization for payment is made by the receiving department.

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1. How can I renew a contract with the City of Deltona?
2. Is the City of Deltona tax-exempt?
3. How can I thank a Purchasing employee for their help?
4. How do I get paid?
5. How do I bill the City of Deltona?
6. What if I don't have the whole order?
7. Why does the City of Deltona require delivery date information?
8. Where do I deliver my goods?
9. Can I watch the opening of bids?
10. How do I know if I received the contract?
11. What criteria is used to award bids and proposals?
12. What if I make a mistake on my bid?
13. What if the City of Deltona doesn't accept any bids submitted?
14. What about bond and insurance requirements?
15. What is a Pre-Bid/Pre-Proposal conference?
16. Am I supposed to include tax in the price on an Invitation for Bid or a Request for Quotation?
17. Can I fax my bid to the City of Deltona?
18. How do I submit bids?
19. "What are the types of contracts offered?"
20. Does the City of Deltona give preference points to minority or women-owned businesses?
21. Can I contact departments directly to sell my products/services?
22. May I visit the Office of the Purchasing Agent and City Hall?
23. How soon is payment made to vendors?
24. Does the City of Deltona give preference points to local firms?
25. How does the City of Deltona obtain pricing?
26. How can I find out which services or commodities are currently being solicited?
27. How do I do business with the City of Deltona and whom do I call if I have a question and can't find an answer?