The State System uses ProcureWare for managing its supplier selection and pre-qualification through online bidding, analysis and award. In order to provide fair, open and efficient opportunities for all suppliers interested in doing business with the State System, we ask all potential suppliers to register at our eProcurement Exchange. Registration is free and takes only a few minutes to complete. Once registered, suppliers may view solicitation documents, receive solicitation notifications, and submit confidential online bids and proposals.
*** Discover Ariba Discovery ***
Pennsylvania’s State System of Higher
Education (PASSHE) is pleased
to announce that we will be using Ariba Discovery for managing
supplier selection and pre-qualification through online bidding, analysis, and
award on April 12, 2021.
Ariba Discovery matches business
buyers and suppliers globally, and you will have access to not only PASSHE
opportunities but also thousands of other business postings.
Ariba Discovery is free to join,
but suppliers will need to register. Please take the opportunity to see all the
benefits Ariba Discovery has to offer. For more information
about SAP Ariba Discovery, go to this webpage.
RFP’s, RFQ’s, IFB’s, etc. that
have not yet been closed or awarded will remain accessible through Procureware.
Beginning April 12, 2021, all new PASSHE sourcing opportunities will be
available in Ariba Discovery.
Solicitation and Award documents, subject to public access requirements under the 2016 amendments to the Procurement Code (Act 163, HB 2107 of 2016), are available at the eProcurement Exchange.
Prior to approval, requests for Sole Source and Emergency contracts are posted for seven calendar days for public comment, and posted again upon approval for another 30 days. For assistance in accessing the documents, refer to the eProcurement Exchange Guidelines. All executed contracts that are subject to the posting requirements under Section 1701 of the Pennsylvania Right-to-Know Law are available at the
Pennsylvania Treasury website.
eProcurement Exchange Guidelines.pdf