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Bid results are public information. Recent bid results are posted online. If the bid results you are seeking are not available online, submit your request via email to the Procurement Officer. Be sure to specify the particular service or material in which you are interested.
To promote fair and impartial business opportunities, the City of Wheaton provides bid documents to the public via this website and Demandstar. Because of this publicized information and open access, the City no longer retains bidder lists or publishes individual notices in newspapers. Businesses interested in doing business with the City should:
The City requires employees to follow the provisions of the State Officials and Employees Ethics Act (5ILCS 430). The act prohibits officers and government employees and their spouses and immediate family living with them from receiving any gratuity or monetary value from a prohibited source. The act was intended to improve government ethics by greatly restricting the flow of gratuities in government.
The City requires employees to follow the provisions of Chapter 2, Article VIII Sections 2-526/2-536 of the Wheaton City Code. This section sets forth certain financial disclosure requirements and also contains provisions relating to conflicts of interest, representing private interests before the City and other policy requirements relating to ethical behavior.