NEW BALTIMORE CITY BOARD OF SCHOOL COMMISSIONERS BALTIMORE CITY

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					NEW BALTIMORE CITY BOARD OF SCHOOL COMMISSIONERS 


             BALTIMORE CITY PUBLIC SCHOOL SYSTEM 


            PROCUREMENT POLICIES AND PROCEDURES 


                                         FORWARD 




The New Baltimore City Board of School Commissioners (hereinafter “School Board”) is vested
with the legal authority, pursuant to Section 4-303 (d) (2) of the Education Article of the
Annotated Code of Maryland (hereinafter “Education Article”), to adopt rules and regulations and
prescribe policies and procedures for the management, maintenance, operations and control of the
Baltimore City Public School system. Section 4-310(a) of the Education Article provides that
notwithstanding any provision of local law, the School Board shall adopt rules and regulations
governing the procurement of goods and services by the Baltimore City Public School System in
accordance with Section 5-112 of the Education Article. Section 4-310(b) of the Education
Article provides that the School Board shall adopt the Minority Business Enterprise and Women
Business Enterprise goals of Baltimore City relating to procurement.

The School Board, does hereby adopt these Procurement Policies and Procedures for contract
administration, for obtaining bids for certain items, and to establish the responsibility and policies
and procedures for obtaining equipment, supplies, and contractual services to be used by the
Baltimore City Public School System.




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Adopted By The Baltimore City                                 Official Custodian
Board of School Commissioners                                 Judith Donaldson
Dr. Robert Booker, Secretary                                  Board Executive

Date of Adoption:      June 27, 2000                          Date of Adoption:      June 27, 2000

Effective Date: July 1, 2000



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