Procurement—Who We Are
The Procurement department is responsible for acquiring quality goods and services on behalf of the Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis and its branch office in Helena.
Acquisition Guidelines / How the Bank Buys
Our buyers locate responsible suppliers, manage the acquisition process, analyze proposals and negotiate contracts in compliance with Federal Reserve policies and guidelines. We award contracts to those suppliers that offer the best total value in terms of price, quality, availability, and service. Competitive proposals and bids are issued electronically and require that a supplier’s proposals or bid be submitted electronically.
The Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis recognizes the importance of a diverse supplier base and is committed to supplier diversity. The Bank does not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, national origin, sex, age, disability or sexual orientation in our contracting and procurement activities. It is the Bank's mission to seek, identify, and foster business relationships with, and purchase goods and services from, certified minority-owned, women-owned, and small businesses. Technical assistance is available from the Bank for all potential suppliers particularly minority-owned, women-owned and small businesses.
The Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis is committed to providing all suppliers with an opportunity to be included in our strategic sourcing and procurement process. To be considered for the Bank’s procurements, please use the self-registration tool found here.
2013 Vendor Information Session – Doing Business with the Minneapolis Fed
Tuesday December 10, 2013
8:30-10:00 a.m. at the Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis
Procurement Overview from Theresea Hueg, Director, Financial Management Group
Remarks & Q&A (17 min video, YouTube.com)