Vendors wanting to do business with Henderson Community College are also invited to review the extensive Information for Vendors managed centrally by KCTCS, including formal invitations to bid with KCTCS
Your guide to becoming a vendor for Henderson Community College
Prior to the beginning of the contract, the contractor will furnish to KCTCS Purchasing Certificates of Insurance that show it has and will maintain all insurance protection (including products liability insurance) at the contractor's expense.
Minimum liability coverage must be:
The Kentucky Community and Technical College System must be named as an additional insured in the policy for Comprehensive General Liability. In the event of failure by the contractor to maintain, in force, insurance coverage acceptable to KCTCS, KCTCS will have the right to terminate this agreement immediately upon written notice to the contractor. Copies of the Insurance Certificates are to be furnished to the KCTCS Purchasing Division. Modification of this requirement must be requested in writing with supporting statements, prior to the time of the bid submission.
One of the five goals of the Kentucky Community and Technical College System's (KCTCS) 2010-16 Strategic Plan is to cultivate diversity, multiculturalism, and inclusion. To that outcome, Henderson Community College is committed to using suppliers who reflect the diversity of the students attending HCC and the citizens of the Commonwealth of Kentucky. The business classifications used by HCC to define diverse suppliers include (but are not limited to): ethnic minority designation such as African-American, Hispanic-American, Asian-American, Native American or other minority ethnicities. HCC also considers the following as diverse suppliers: businesses owned by women, veterans or individuals with disabilities.
Suppliers wishing to do business with HCC are encouraged to pre-qualify by registering as a new vendor.