The Purchasing Department manages the expenditures of all college funds to achieve the maximum value per dollar spent. Illinois Central College’s purchasing procedures are consistent with the Illinois Public Community College Act and represent the intentions and goals of its Board of Trustees.
ICC welcomes all companies that are interested in doing business with us and encourages you to complete and submit the following items to be added to our vendor database:
These forms can be emailed, faxed or sent via the post office.
ICC recognizes the importance of increasing the participation of businesses owned by minorities, females and persons with disabilities in public contracts. It is the College’s policy to promote the economic development of business owned by minorities, females and persons with disabilities as outlined by the Business Enterprise for Minorities, Females and Persons with Disabilities Act, 30 ILCS 575/0.01 et seq.
In addition, the ICC Purchasing department would encourage you to visit the Department of Central Management Services, Business Enterprise Program (BEP) website to obtain additional details and to learn how to become a certified vendor, if your business meets the following qualifications:
- At least 51% owned and controlled by persons who are minority, women or designated as disabled
- Owned by a United States citizen or resident alien
- Annual gross sales of less than $75 million
All bids and RFPs are advertised in the Peoria Journal Star.
If you download a copy of a bid/quote/proposal off of this website, please fill out the BID/RFP Registration Form to register for addenda and other information that might be issued.
Purchase Order Terms and Conditions
Prevailing Wage Rates
Pursuant to 820 ILCS 130/4, public bodies in each County that have active public works projects are responsible for notifying all contractors and subcontractors working on those public works projects of the change (if any) to rates that were previously in effect. The failure of a public body to provide such notice does not relieve contractors or subcontractors of their obligations under the Prevailing Wage Act, including the duty to pay the relevant prevailing wage in effect at the time work subject to the Act is performed.
The schedule of prevailing wage rates by county can be found here.
College property that is deemed obsolete, unusable or no longer needed by the college will be classified as Surplus.
The ICC Surplus Store is a great place to find used equipment, furniture and other items the college no longer needs. All items are offered for sale on an “as-is” basis with no warranty expressed or implied. New items are posted to the store on Thursday afternoon.
Surplus property will also be offered for sale to the public via GovDeals, an online auction website specializing in liquidation of assets for government agencies.