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To work with GTA as a supplier, you will first need to register.
Registration will allow you to submit bids, get email notification about relevant opportunities, and receive solicitations (RFQCs, RFPs, RFIs, and RFQs.)
Have your registration information handy, including:
Find your NIGP code.
GTA uses NIGP codes to categorize the services required. You will need to enter your NIGP code when registering in Team Georgia Marketplace (TGM).
(Note that your NIGP code can be updated in your TGM profile at any time.)
Once you've registered, you'll receive email notifications for solicitations that match your NIGP code.
You can also use your NIGP code to search for relevant, open opportunities in the Georgia Procurement Registry.
Visit the Team Georgia Marketplace (TGM) website and click the "User Registration" tile to register.
Open bids from the University System of Georgia and other public universities and colleges will now appear in the Georgia Procurement Registry through Jaggaer.
You can register with Jaggaer now by entering your email address on the Jaggaer Supplier Network: https://solutions.sciquest.com/apps/Router/SupplierLogin?
You can complete the registration with TGM to get started. Later, you may receive an event invitation directly from a buyer, or an email notification of an event (an opportunity for a bid or proposal) if the NIGP code you registered with in TGM matches the event. Or, while browsing GPR, you may see an open opportunity to submit a bid or proposal. In these instances, you may be prompted to create a Jaggaer account.
To create a Jaggaer account at that point, click the link (as seen in the GPR or sent in the email invitation) and you will be taken to a login page. By entering your email address and a password under "Please log in to view the sourcing event" (screenshot below), you are creating a Jaggaer account.
Watch the training video for Jaggaer Sourcing Director.
Read the full instructions for responding to an event:
You are now set up to receive notifications by email or invitations from buyers based on your NIGP code.
You can also view opportunities in the Georgia Procurement Registry and submit bids or proposals.
COI: Certificate of InsuranceGPR: Georgia Procurement RegistryGTA: Georgia Technology AuthorityNIGP: National Institute of Governmental PurchasingRFI: Request for InformationRFP: Request for ProposalRFQ: Request for QuoteRFQC: Request for Qualified ContractorsTGM: Team Georgia MarketplaceW-9: Form W-9, Request for Taxpayer Identification Number and Certification
For suppliers to receive payments from GTA, these five documents are required. Please complete all forms and email them to [email protected].
Contact the GTA Office of Procurement Management.
Links to bookmark for GTA suppliers.
The Georgia Procurement Registry (GPR) is a public listing of solicitations posted by Georgia government entities. State entities are required to publicly advertise solicitations using the GPR. It is also used by other government organizations like state authorities and local government entities.
Jaggaer Sourcing Director is a new tool used by the University System of Georgia (USG), its colleges and universities, and other authorized users to conduct electronic bids. It replaces the legacy system, eSource.
Suppliers interested in bidding should visit the Georgia Procurement Registry. All solicitations are accessible there and include instructions and links to submit bids.
You must be registered on TGM to submit a bid.
TGM is a website that connects Georgia buyers and sellers. It includes several tools, including Jaggaer Sourcing Director and the Georgia Procurement Registry (GPR).
This describes the mandatory administrative procedure for vendors to challenge the solicitation process or for bidders/offerors to challenge solicitation awards made by GTA.
Information about the types of solicitations used in seeking vendors to satisfy GTA requirements.