Purchase Requisition Flow Chart

Purchase Requisition Flow Chart

Purchase Requisition Flow Chart

Used for
One-Time Purchases

Used for
Repetitive Purchases

Used for
One-Time or Repetitive Purchases

Bids will not be negotiated

Bids will not be negotiated

NEGOTIATED PROCUREMENT
(Competitive Sealed Proposals)

(Sealed Bid)

(Sealed Bid)

Awarded as
Purchase Order (PO)

Awarded as

Awarded to the Lowest
Responsive and Responsible
Bid Meeting Specifications

SMART-based Contract or
Purchase Order (PO)
Awarded to the Lowest
Responsive and Responsible
Bid Meeting Specifications

Awarded as
Contract or Purchase Order
Awarded to the bidder
Offering Best Value
Evaluation starts with lowest cost proposal; by
statute, any award that bypasses a lower cost
proposal must be reported to the Legislature

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