Denise Piszkowski, Q.P.A., Purchasing Agent

The Purchasing Agent is responsible for review and approval of the procurement of goods and services required for the daily operation of the Borough in accordance with the State of New Jersey Local Public Contracts Law (N.J.S.A. 40A:11-1 and N.J.A.C. 5:34), which includes public advertisement for sealed bids.

Below find the current bidding opportunities, bid results and contract awards.

Current Bidding Opportunities

There are currently no bidding opportunities.

Bid Results and Contract Awards

Municipalities in the State of New Jersey are legally required to publish and receive bids from the public on items and projects costing more than $40,000 that are not purchased through a State or Cooperative Purchasing Contract.  In order to enhance the competitive bidding process by increasing the number of potential bidders receiving bid packages, the Borough of Millstone publishes a ‘Notice to Bidders’ (NTB) in the Courier News, as well as posting on this website, for items for which they wish to receive bids on this website in addition to traditional means of advertising public bids.

Pursuant to N.J.S.A. 40A:11-23C, addenda may be issued for bids.
Only bidders who pick up Bid Specifications or Request for Proposals either via download under Current Notices (above link) or directly from the Purchasing Department at the Municipal Building will automatically receive copies of addenda or informal questions/answer notices.  Notice of Addenda informal question and answer notices will be faxed, with a valid fax number, and will be made available on this website under Current Notices.

If a bidder obtains a Request for Proposal or Request for Quote document via this website, it is their responsibility to check PRIOR TO THE BID OPENING to see if any addenda has been issued.  Notice of Addenda will be posted on this website under Current Notices or sent via U.S. Mail if a written request is made to the Purchasing Agent.   Addenda for Bid Documents will also be posted above and will be faxed to bidders that have either downloaded the documents or picked them up in person.