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Commodities Contracts

Commodities contracts are bid and awarded by the Procurement Department, for supplies, equipment, non-professional services, and public works. Each data set includes information regarding contracts that were renewed or received payment during the given quarter.

When you click on a file below and it opens in a new tab, simple right click on the page, and choose ‘save as.’ When the save as dialog box appears, make sure the ‘save as type’ is Microsoft Excel Comma Separated Values File. You should then be able to open in excel.


Additional Info

Created March 9, 2015
Category Budget / Finance
License Other (City of Philadelphia)
Maintainer Office of Innovation & Technology
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