Doing Business with the Detroit Public Library

Michigan Intergovernmental Trade Network (MITN)

The Detroit Public Library uses the MITN Purchasing Group to post and make available bids and solicitations to interested vendors.

Vendors interested in doing business with the Detroit Public Library (DPL) should register to receive direct access to Invitation for Bids, Request for Proposals, quotes, addenda and awards on www.MITN.info (Michigan Intergovernmental Trade Network). For technical support or questions on using the MITN Bid System please call (800) 835-4603.

MITN is a centralized web-based system that provides a single point of contact and broader access to new business opportunities throughout our region.

The system provides the following benefits:

  • 24-hour access to business opportunities
  • Notification based upon the vendors designated product or service
  • More reliable and timely delivery of notifications and documents
  • Vendor managed registration system

Tips to be successful in the public sector:

  • Thoroughly read and follow instructions to bidders
  • Submit a complete bid or proposal response
  • Be competitive
  • Be on time (late bids are NOT accepted)

Current Bids

RFP-Snow Removal and De-Icing Services-Eastside
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RFP-Snow Removal and De-Icing Services-Westside
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