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Memphis Light, Gas and Water's Purchasing department is responsible for procuring all materials and supplies necessary for the utility's operation, construction and maintenance work. The Contract Management department is responsible for overseeing work done for the utility through contracted efforts.

 

 

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Standards of Business Conduct Policy Notification for Employees, Contractors and Suppliers
Bidders should note that Memphis Light, Gas and Water Division adheres to certain standards of ethical business conduct. Any bidder who may be related to an MLGW commissioner, officer, agent or employee is advised to consult the Standards of Business Conduct.

 

Purchasing
MLGW's Purchasing department is responsible for procuring all materials and supplies necessary for the utility's operation, construction and maintenance work. The major commodity and service categories are listed here. For more information, contact the Purchasing department at (901) 528-4701.

  • Builder's supplies
  • Cast-iron, concrete and fiberglass
  • Chemicals
  • Computer equipment and software
  • Electronic equipment
  • Fleet equipment
  • Gas pipe and fittings
  • Metering equipment
  • Office furniture
  • Office machines
  • Overhead electric materials
  • Safety clothing and equipment
  • Substation equipment
  • Telecommunications equipment
  • URD electric materials
  • Water pipe and fittings
  • Water production equipment

     

Contract Management
The contracting of services at the lowest and best cost is the primary function of the Contract Management department, and chances are you may be in a position to fulfill some of our requirements. Our need for services is great due to the demand generated by the electric, gas and water systems and the related support equipment and maintenance essential to keeping the entire operation functioning efficiently. This need requires us to constantly search for various services necessary to this operation.



We are anxious to establish lasting relationships with contractors that can provide us with the highest quality service at competitive prices. If you can help us achieve this goal, we want to talk to you.



Investment Recovery
For information on surplus materials and other assets offered for sale, call (901) 528-4248.