Lindell Y. Miller, M.B.A, C.P.PO was hired as the Director of Procurement in March of 2015. Prior to joining the City of Miami Gardens, Florida, she was employed with the Broward County Office of the Inspector General (OIG), Broward County Government Purchasing Department and the Broward County Office of Economic and Small Business Development for a total of ten years .
As a highly motivated OIG Administrator , Procurement, Operational and Management Professional, Ms. Miller has led and overseen large scale Capital Improvement Projects (CIP), developed and implemented Small Business workshops for Broward County, while working diligently with Broward County Purchasing and the Office of Economic Small Business Development.
Ms. Miller obtained a Master’s in Business Administration (M.B.A) and Bachelor of Science Degree (B.S) from Nova South Eastern University and is also a Certified Public Procurement Officer (C.P.P.O).
Ms. Miller has a passion for procurement and economic growth within the community and has exceptional knowledge in procurement, contract and compliance oversight, and City economic development..
(Please note, Procurement website information is currently being reviewed for future update.)
The Procurement Department serves as a centralized purchasing service for the City’s various agencies and departments. We make every effort to develop a comprehensive procurement practice, which promotes fair, transparent, progressive and open competition in the procurement process, while developing effective relationships with all vendors. We encourage you to monitor bidding opportunities through our “Bidsync’s website” as this page is updated on a regular basis. To ensure that our website is of assistance to you, we invite you to contact any of our staff if you have any comments or suggestions.
Procurement of equipment’s, supplies, goods and services plays a significant role in government. The Procurement Department continues to assure fairness in the procurement process, while providing the highest quality of products at the most reasonable price, in accordance with the City of Miami Garden’s Code of Ordinance, Florida Statutes, Federal Laws and NIGP Code of Ethics.
The Division's goal is to ensure that the residents of the City of Miami Gardens receive the best value for our expenditures, while developing best practices, which promotes cost savings and improve operational efficiency.
As a result, we encourage all vendors to participate in doing business with the City of Miami Gardens.
To achieve the highest standard of public procurement by promoting full, transparent, open competition and highly ethical standards within the procurement process.
The Procurement Department is committed to reducing the cost of government spending by promoting a cohesive procurement system that ensures integrity and fairness, to acquire commodities, services and construction, while creating opportunities for vendor participation, and encouraging business and residential economic growth within our Community.