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Purchasing Information


The Purchasing Department is responsible for the acquisition of materials, supplies, equipment and services necessary for the operation of ReWa, and to insure that each purchase is made in a legal, ethical and professional manner in compliance with the Procurement Ordinance and the practices of the procurement profession.


1. To secure materials, supplies, equipment and services at the lowest possible cost, while achieving the greatest benefit for ReWa.
2. To protect and control all materials being held in inventory while minimizing investment and operating costs to ensure adequate supplies are available.
3. To analyze the condition and value of all surplus items, to relocate to other departments or obtain the highest monetary value by means of public auction or competitive sealed bids.


The Procurement Code establishes comprehensive procurement practices which provide increased economy, foster fair competitiveness and give safeguards to assure quality in all aspects of ReWa’s procurement procedures. Click here to view the current procurement code.


Public procurement complexities make conducting business with a public agency significantly distinct from operations associated with the private sector. The purpose of this manual is to assist you, a potential or current supplier of goods and/or services, on how to effectively conduct business with ReWa. Included is information on what ReWa expects from suppliers, consultants, bidders and the basic How To’s involved in dealing with ReWa.

Click here to view “How to do Business with ReWa.”


Vendors wishing to be placed on ReWa’s vendor file will be required to complete a vendor application form.

Note: Completion of this Application does not insure that you will be placed on the ReWa Vendor List. Inclusion is not a binding assurance of solicitation. If this application has not become active within 6 months, you must reapply.

To access the Vendor Application please click here: Vendor Application 


The following terms and conditions are incorporated into, and made a part of, all Purchase Orders (“PO”) issued by, or originating from ReWa, for any and all goods or services purchased or requested by ReWa. Click here to download.


Formal Invitation for Bids, Request for Proposals and Request for Qualifications are advertised in South Carolina Business Opportunities (SCBO) or through another means of central electronic advertising, and are listed on the ReWa web site here under Current Solicitations.


Gov Deals Surplus Property Items declared surplus to the Agency’s needs are disposed by means of public auction or sealed bids. Auctions or bids are advertised in SCBO, and posted on the GovDeals.


8:30 AM – 5:00 PM, Monday – Friday


561 Mauldin Rd.
Greenville, SC 29607
670 Mauldin Rd.
Greenville, SC 29607
864-299-4040 ext. 350