Missed our last Procurement Roundtable? No problem! Watch our Procurement Virtual Roundtable below. Get to know members of Port NOLA's Procurement Team, learn how to do business with us and hear about upcoming bid opportunities.

Since 2017, Port NOLA’s Procurement team has spent over $11 million on purchases with Disadvantaged Business Enterprise Program (DBE) and Small Business Program (SBE) businesses and has engaged with over 600 DBE/SBE vendors.

“Our Procurement team works hard each day to provide support to all staff, vendors, and contractors. We are here for all your procurement needs,” said Chanel Labat, Port NOLA Director of Procurement.

Companies interested in doing business with the Port can join their vendor database on the Port website. The system is user-friendly and designed to allow users to view current and upcoming bid opportunities. Users must register and create an account to see complete project specifications and details. These users gain full access to current project specifications and they can opt to receive notifications regarding new opportunities that become available at Port NOLA.

“We want to ensure our procurement process is transparent and clear so as many qualified businesses as possible have the opportunity to work with Port NOLA,” said Brandy D. Christian, President and CEO of Port NOLA. “The Port is inclusive of companies large and small. We value the increased competition in the marketplace and growing the capabilities and experiences of our local and small business community members.”

Port NOLA’s Procurement team is dedicated to supporting buyers and users with the best procurement, negotiation, financial and informational resources, as well as providing qualified suppliers, service providers and vendors with open and fair access to contracting opportunities.

To watch the roundtable, click below.