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Public purchasing is the process of acquiring all the goods and services necessary to provide the public with services they require. The City’s Purchasing goals are to obtain the items best suited to the delivery of public services at the best price while ensuring that all state and federal laws are followed and that all responsible bidders have the opportunity to compete for the City’s business. In addition, Purchasing is charged with ensuring that the process of bidding for goods and services is conducted fairly and that fraud, theft, corruption, and graft are eliminated.  View Ethics Policy


Jerry Lewandowski, Director of Purchasing & Risk ManagementJerry Lewandowski, CPPO
Director of Purchasing & Risk Management

Purchasing & Risk Management
1505 Precinct Line Road
Hurst, Texas 76054-3395

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Emergency Response Suppliers & Contractors

Frequently Asked Questions

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Procurement Process


The City of Hurst is one of only 48 agencies in TX and one of only 67 Cities in the United States and Canada to receive the award.

The Achievement of Excellence in Procurement recognizes organizational excellence in procurement.  The criteria are designed to measure innovation, professionalism, e-procurement, productivity, and leadership attributes of the procurement function.  The Achievement of Excellence in Procurement is sponsored by the National Procurement Institute (NPI), the California Association of Public Procurement Officials (CAPPO), the Florida Association of Public Procurement Officials (FAPPO), the Institute for Supply Management (ISM), NIGP: The Institute for Public Procurement, the National Association of State Procurement Officials (NASPO), the National Association of Educational Procurement (NAEP), the Texas Public Purchasing Association (TxPPA), and the Canadian Public Procurement Association / Conseil canadien des marches publics.