Doing Business With Port Canaveral

Welcome to the Canaveral Port Authority's portal into "How to Do Business with the Port". This portal is intended to give prospective and current vendors all the information they need to monitor and participate in purchasing activities at Port Canaveral.

•  Vendor Application 
•  PO Terms & Conditions - Applies to Vendor Applications Submitted Prior to 6/20/19
• ​ PO Terms & Conditions - Applies to Vendor Applications Submitted On or After 6/20/19
• ​ W-9 Form
• ​ Vendor Insurance Requirements
• ​ Independent Registered Municipal Advisor


How to Become Registered for Automatic Bid Notifications

The Canaveral Port Authority recognizes the importance of having a solid and diverse vendor database and is constantly seeking new sources of supply, as well as expansion of business into new areas with our current vendors. To ensure that as many vendors as possible are notified of bid opportunities, Port Canaveral has partnered with VendorLink for eProcurment services including vendor database management and electronic bid notifications. Registration is FREE and can be done quickly by clicking on the link below.  During the registration process, please be sure to select the Canaveral Port Authority as the agency you want to link with.


We Won A Bid - Now What?

Once a vendor has been selected for a contract or purchase, the vendor must provide to Purchasing Services a Port Canaveral Vendor Application, W9, and a current insurance certificate (ACORD form preferred) listing Canaveral Port Authority as additional insured. A vendor cannot be issued a purchase order or payment until these documents are submitted and processed.

How To Find Out More Information of Bid Opportunities?

All formal bid solicitations are listed on the Port Canaveral website on the Current Solicitations page. Vendors not registered with VendorLink are encouraged to check the website regularly for bid opportunities. In addition, advertisements may be placed in the Florida Today newspaper and other publications.

Solicitation-Related Public Meeting Schedule

All solicitation-related public meetings are advertised in the Florida Today newspaper. This information can also be accessed by visiting the Solicitation-Related Public Meeting Schedule.

Port Entrance at dawn
Entrance to Port Canaveral