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 Smith

 Adam L. Smith, Esq.,
 CPPO, CPPB, CPPM, CPP
Chief Procurement Officer
(
biography)

Bid Opportunities

Mission

Our mission is to model best practices in public purchasing while promoting equity, fairness and economic inclusion.


Vision
The City of Atlanta’s Department of Procurement is recognized as a “best in class” procurement organization. This is evidenced by:

  • maximizing the value the City receives on spending within the City’s public policy goals;
  • providing operations that are both efficient and effective; and
  • delivering outstanding customer services by a well-trained, professional and organized staff.

Office of the Chief Procurement Officer
Adam L. Smith, Esq., CPPO, CPPB, CPPM, CPP,
Chief Procurement Officer
The Office of the Chief Procurement Officer provides leadership, administrative oversight and management to the operations of the divisions that comprise the Department of Procurement.

General/Commodities
David A. Chapman, Esq., Deputy Chief Procurement Officer
Oversees the process of soliciting and issuing all City contracts, citywide procurements, and annual contracts for goods/commodities.

General/Aviation/Watershed Mgt./Public Works/Quality of Life Fund
Keith O. Brooks, CPPO, Deputy Chief Procurement Officer 
A.Girard Geeter, Deputy Chief Procurement Officer

Oversees the process of soliciting and issuing of contracts in support of Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport, Watershed, Public Work, and Quality of Life Fund.

Customer Service Survey
The City of Atlanta is committed to providing quality customer service. We are interested in hearing about your expectations with the City of Atlanta, Department of Procurement – both positive and negative. We value your feedback on the service that we provided to you and we will take corrective steps to make improvements, if necessary. Please take a few minutes to complete the Customer Service Survey by visiting the following link: Customer Service Survey. If you feel that we did not meet your service expectations, please let us know. We also want to know if we met your service expectations in any way. Thank you for helping us to provide quality customer service.

Important information about the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act
The American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 (ARRA) imposes certain reporting requirements on the expenditure of funds. ARRA also encourages recipients of those funds to report any suspected fraudulent activity in the expenditure of ARRA funds. To that end, the City of Atlanta encourages all ARRA fund recipients to report any suspected fraudulent activity to the City’s Ethics line at 1-800-884-0911 and to provide their employees with information to report any suspected fraudulent activity.

Georgia Security & Immigration Compliance Act of 2006
Bidders and Proponents are required to comply with the Georgia Security & Immigration Compliance Act of 2006.

Pursuant to the Georgia Security & Immigration Compliance Act of 2006, as amended on May 11, 2009, bidders and proponents are notified that all bids/proposals submitted to the City for services that are to be physically performed within the State of Georgia must be accompanied by proof of their registration with and participation in the E-Verify program established by the United States Department of Homeland Security.  A completed affidavit must be submitted on the top of the bid/proposal at the time of submission, prior to the time for opening bids/proposals.  Under state law, the City cannot consider any bid/proposal which does not include a completed affidavit.  It is not the intent of this notice to provide detailed information or legal advice concerning the Georgia Security & Immigration Compliance Act of 2006, as amended on May 11, 2009.  All bidders/proponents intending to do business with the City are responsible for independently apprising themselves and complying with the requirements of that law and its effect on City procurements and their participation in those procurements.

For additional information on the E-Verify program or to enroll, click here.

Contact Info
City of Atlanta
Department of Procurement
55 Trinity Avenue
Suite 1900
Atlanta, Georgia 30303

Tel: 404.330.6204
Fax: 404.658.7705

Chief Procurement Officer
Adam L. Smith, Esq.,
CPPO, CPPB, CPPM, CPP
asmith@atlantaga.gov

Public Information Officer
Keith O. Brooks, CPPO
kbrooks@atlantaga.gov

General/Commodities Deputy Chief Procurement Officer
David Chapman
404.330.6204
dchapman@atlantaga.gov

General/Aviation/Watershed Mgt./Public Works/Quality of Life Fund

Deputy Chief Procurement Officer
Keith O. Brooks, CPPO
404.865-8650
kbrooks@atlantaga.gov

Deputy Chief Procurement Officer
Girard Geeter
404.330.6204
ggeeter@atlantaga.gov

Last updated: 11/24/2014 10:32:08 AM