Purchasing & Accounts Payable
The school district purchasing objective is to acquire the best products, materials, and services at the lowest practical prices within relevant statutes and policies.
Public schools in Texas are required to follow specific guidelines when procuring goods or services. The most efficient method that we follow is by utilizing membership with purchasing cooperatives. See our Prospective Vendor Letter for the list of purchasing cooperatives to which Forney ISD is a member.
All requests for new vendors are reviewed and approved based on internal requests by a Forney ISD department or campus administrator. We invite new vendors to share information with the administrator relevant to their industry. Department and campus administrator contact information can be found on the Forney ISD website. Be prepared to provide the Purchasing Cooperative contract award information.
Campus administrators must be allowed to focus their attention on the educational needs of their students. Solicitors, vendors, collectors, or salespersons shall not be permitted to confer employees during school hours without the prior approval of the Superintendent or designee.
All Trustees, employees, vendors, contractors, agents, consultants, volunteers, and any other parties who are involved in the District’s financial transactions shall act with integrity and diligence in duties involving the District’s fiscal resources.
- Purchase Orders
- Check Requests and Reimbursements
- New Vendor Addition
- Competitive Procurement
Request for Proposals
- Fire Alarm System Replacement at North Forney High School and Claybon Elementary School
- Internet Services FY 2020-2021
Susan Marcoe, Director of Purchasing and Accounts Payable
Michelle Delgado, Accounts Payable Specialist
Lene Gonzales, Accounts Payable Clerk
469-762-4100 - Office
469-762-4101 - Fax
7:15 a.m. - 4:15 p.m.
Forney ISD is committed to building a sound and efficient learning organization that is prepared for transition. We are committed to transparent, fiscally responsible practices that best utilize all district resources.