Finance and procurement
In this section
Learn how you can do business with the District and find procurement staff contact information.
Formal solicitations listed with DemandStar
Access the forms needed to receive payment for goods and services purchased by the District.
- Expedited payment form
(Microsoft Word document, type in fields)
- Expedited payment form
(Microsoft Word document, print and hand write entries)
- SJRWMD tax-exempt status notice
(Valid through March 31, 2018)
- SJRWMD Taxpayer Identification Number (TIN) and certification
Read auditor reports spanning several years to get the details of how the District has spent taxpayer dollars.
For additional opportunities to do business with us or another state agency, visit the following websites.
- Northwest Florida Water Management District procurement and contracts
- South Florida Water Management District procurement and contracts
- Southwest Florida Water Management District procurement and contracts
- Suwannee River Water Management District procurement and contracts
- State of Florida contracts
- State university system sponsored research contract list
- Office of Supplier Diversity
- Cooperative Purchasing Network (TCPN)
- Cooperative purchasing — U.S. communities
Processes ensure accountability
The work of finance officials at the St. Johns River Water Management District each day is to ensure accountability to Florida’s taxpayers.
The District employs multiple layers of checks and balances through the District’s Office of Financial Services, Inspector General and Governing Board to hold itself and its employees to the highest standards of financial responsibility. Together, the District’s finance officials work to ensure that taxpayer funds are spent in the most efficient way with the most benefit to the public.
The District believes it is the ethical and fiduciary responsibility of each employee involved in the procurement process to protect the integrity of the process. Certified staff acquire goods and services to support District initiatives, using procedures of integrity and fairness, which also encourage diversity and are consistent with applicable laws, policies and procedures.
To fund its work, the District collects property taxes and fees and receives grants and appropriations from the state and federal governments. Various state and federal laws govern the way the District spends money and finance officials follow generally accepted accounting principals.
Through “government in the sunshine” — public records law and open meetings — the District maintains accountability to the public in its financial processes.