Procurement Services


On July 30, 2014, the Board of Supervisors revised the Enhanced Regulatory Outreach Program policy to include the Office of Procurement Services.


We were also the recipient of the NPI 2014 Achievement of Excellence in Procurement Award.
2014 Achievement Award Winner Badge

History & Code

The Maricopa County Procurement Code was originally adopted by the Maricopa County Board of Supervisors in March of 1987 under the authority provided in A.R.S. 41-2501.C. which states "All political subdivisions and other local public agencies of this state may adopt all or any part of this chapter and the rules adopted pursuant to this chapter." The Maricopa County Procurement Code defines the procurement and contractual requirements for County expenditures.

Quality of Services

The Maricopa County Office of Procurement Services provides innovative, cost-effective, and quality services to County Agencies through a strategic and systematic approach to procurement so they can get the right product at the right time at the right price. County procurement will be carried out with integrity, transparency and accountability in a manner that secures best value for public money.

Codes, Staff, Processes

In 1987 the County adopted a modified version of the State of Arizona Procurement Code (ARS Title 41). The code is patterned after the American Bar Association's Model Procurement Code, originally developed in 1979, the ABA Code helped create transparent, competitive, and reliable processes by which billions of dollars in public funds are expended. The Maricopa County Procurement Code (MCPC) is intended for anyone involved in the county supply chain. This includes procurement staff, business and contract administrators, suppliers, and sub-contractors. It is a statement of good practice that provides mutual benefit for all parties. It encourages all participants to work together openly and cooperatively.