Vendor Resource CenterWelcome to the Florida Department of Health Vendor Resource Center. Listed below are a number of valuable tools to aid vendors in their quest to do business with the Department of Health. For more information, please contact the Central Purchasing Office at 850-245-4199.
One Florida website
The Department of Health (DOH) is committed to ensuring that DOH purchasing and contracting reflects the full diversity of Florida's Population.
DOH Vendor Guide
(.pdf - 89kb)
This guide includes helpful information to vendors when seeking to do business with the Department.
Purchasing Contacts and Liaisons
(.pdf - 63kb)
DOH has program offices, county health departments and Children's Medical Services clinics located throughout the state. This list contains designated contacts within each location to assist with marketing efforts.
Note this file contains e-mail addresses. Under Florida law, e-mail addresses are public records. If you do not want your e-mail address released in response to a public records request, do not send electronic mail to this entity. Instead contact these offices by phone or in writing.
Vendor Bid System
Visit the State of Florida's Vendor Bid System at http://vbs.myflorida.com for information on current business opportunities.
This site contains links to a wealth of information including procurement laws and guidelines, current competitive solicitation opportunities and statewide purchasing contacts.
The eprocurement system designed to improve state purchasing. This innovative platform will allow business between buyers and vendors to run with greater efficiency through cost effective means. Special Note: Vendors wishing to do business with the state of Florida must first be registered with MFMP (MyFloridaMarketPlace).
Enterprise Florida (eFlorida)
Enterprise Florida, Inc. (EFI) is the public-private partnership responsible for leading Florida's statewide economic development efforts. EFI's mission is to increase economic opportunities for all Floridians through the creation and retention of quality jobs and the active support of strong and growing businesses.