Notice of Award


Awards as the result of a public solicitation are included on the 'Solicitations page. Supporting documentation may consist of the Board Resolution authorizing the purchase, the Notice of Award, selected abstracts of the contract-document issued to the Contractor, or a simple entry in the action column of the solicitation. 2 additional type of awards are Award of call (On Demand, as needed) Contracts, and selected purchase orders as part of the County's Transparency Initiative.

Call Contracts Currently in Effect

Commodity Name
Contract Number Contract End
Tires: Vehicle Fleet/YC School Garage
CF86300-14-1874 (B)
April 30, 2015
C07057-09-1637 (A)
May 5, 2015
Fencing, Vinyl-Clad and Galvanized C33000-10-1752 (A) May 31, 2015
Wet Well Vacuum Cleaning Services - Wet
C91381-14-1779 (E)
June 30, 2015
Insurance, Student Accident
C95300-15-1865 (B)
June 30, 2015
Bulk Fuel
C40515-14-1849 (B)
July 18, 2015
Check Recovery Services
C94633-11-50101 (A)
September 7, 2015
Health and Fitness Facility
C94873-13-1302 (L)
September 30, 2015
Grounds Maintenance Services/Pruning
C98852-13-1894 (A)
September 30, 2015
Employee Assistance Program
C95238-14-1838 (C)
October 31, 2015
Fuel Maintenance Facility Inspections
C96239-11-1815 (B)
October 31, 2015
School Beverage Vending Services
C96115-11-1771-1 (A)
March 31, 2016
Mowing Services Pump Stations and Wells
C98836-10-1676 (A)
June 30, 2016
Medical Oxygen
July 4, 2016
Auction Services: Vehicles
C96209-12-1826 (A)
November 16, 2016
Automotive Body Damage Repair
C92800-12-1811 (A)
December 31, 2016
Fire Apparatus
C07057-08-1595 (A)
June 30, 2017
Fireworks: Annual Contract
C96236-13-1854 (A)
July 5, 2017
Building Automation Systems
C91017-13-1845 (A)
October 9, 2017
Audit: School Activity Funds
C94620-13-1857 (A)
April 30, 2018
Personal Property & Real Estate Billing
C94610 14, 1901 (A)
June 30, 2019
Lab Services: Controlled Substances
C94855 14, 1908 (A)
June 30, 2019
Medical Review Officer Services
C94874 14, 1909 (A)
June 30, 2019

Transparency Initiative

In January, 2010, the Thomas Jefferson Institute for Public Policy published a report rating Virginia localities on Government Transparency. In part the report reads, government doesn't do everything it once did. All sorts of functions that used to be governmental are now contracted out to the private sector. Counties need to release that information. Here, we were looking for fairly basic information such as who got contracts, what for and how much (5, half if only one was missed). We also expected contact information on the 3, a threshold of $2,500 for 3 and for information on performances 3. This is one area where we wish we had a better handle on what was already being offered. In future transparency analysis we will score localities on having requests for proposals on line and having an easy to use database of contracting so that citizens can see where their money is being spent.


The spreadsheets are exhibited to meet the declared intent of that report [Revised in September 2011, the files are now in Comma-Separated-Values (CSV) format and should open with most spreadsheet-software (e.g. Microsoft Excel)]. The files now reflect all purchase orders, goods and services, greater than (GT) $2,500, procured with a purchase order. Requests for additional information on a selected transaction(s) should be submitted as a FOIA request to the Public Information Office. Be sure to include the selected 5-digit 'po_number'. Note, the advantage of the new format is that the spreadsheet can be opened with open source spreadsheet software (enabling use of tablets and/or cell phones) and is no longer in a proprietary format. Further it is in a layout that was first published by the District of Columbia, in early 2010 and later adapted by the Open Government Data Initiative (OGDI).