Welcome to Purchasing’s information page for vendors. We appreciate the work vendors do for K-State and their participation in our bid process, so this page was created containing all pertinent information needed by our vendors. The links below will direct you to various forms and provide essential details that will assist in completing KSU’s bidding requirements. If any additional information or help is needed, feel free to contact the Purchasing office direct.
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For a one-on-one networking opportunity with Kansas public purchasing entities, attend the Reverse Vendor Fair May 8, 2013 at the Capitol Plaza Hotel Manor Conference Center in Topeka, Kan. The event is sponsored by the Kansas Association of Public Purchasing Professionals (KAPPP). For more details call: Galen Greenwood (785-806-7344), Linda Gronquist (785-296-2375), Kathy Sheldon (785-864-2109) or Linda Kelly (620-728-3307).
Bidding Instructions – Succinct information regarding K-State’s bidding process.
Vendor Information – K-State’s application for obtaining vendor information. Not necessary to bid and does not guarantee individual contact.
Bond Information – Details about bonds required by K-State for certain projects.
Kansas State Tax Clearance – Information for vendors’ tax status with the State of Kansas.
W-9 – IRS form needed to establish information in K-State vendor database. Required before payment can be processed.
U.S. Small Business Administration - See also for Minority/Women Owned Businesses
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