Welcome to the Finance Department of the Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community.
Invoice Submission (Vendor Portal) – The Community requires that invoices be submitted electronically through its Vendor Portal. For new vendors, once you have entered the portal, you will have the opportunity to register. Click on a new vendor guide or existing vendor guide for help. For current and existing vendors, once you have entered the portal, please login with your username and password.
|1/3||A & A Materials|
|1/4||On Auk Mor 1 & 2|
|1/5||Spring Training Facility|
|1/9||Casino Parking and Sign|
|1/16||On Auk Mor 2%|
|1/16||Pima Grande I and II|
|1/18||Dallas Professional Painting|
|1/18||Pima Grande Wedge|
|12/4||Spring Training Facility|
|12/6||A & A Materials|
|12/7||P & M Nursery|
|12/12||SR Billboards %|
|12/13||On Auk Mor 2%|
|12/18||Pima Grande I, II, and Wedge|
|Note: This page will be updated as new lease payouts occur.|
A POA is when you decide to appoint someone to act for you as your agent or attorney-in-fact ("Agent") under a written, notarized document. For our customers' convenience, the Finance Department has POA template forms, which are available by visiting or contacting the Finance Department. You or your agent must present an original, signed and notarized POA form to the Finance Department in order for the Department to act upon the POA.
It is important to understand that if you sign a POA, you are directing the Finance Department to give your payment to another person. It is your duty to monitor the actions of your Agent and ensure that Finance has been provided your most recent POA. The Finance Department is not responsible or liable for actions it conducts in accordance with your POA.
Once the Finance Department has been presented with a POA, we will continue to recognize the authority of the Agent to act on your behalf, until we receive written notice that you have revoked your POA, or we are notified of your the death or incapacitated state.
If you decide to revoke a POA, you must provide a written copy of the revocation to the Finance Department in order for the Finance Department to make note of the revocation.
Solicitation for RFBs, RFPs and RFQs – There are no current solicitations, please check back from time to time.
Procurement Policy – Below, you will find the Community Council's approved procurement policy, providing information about becoming certified as a preferred vendor (as defined by policy), as well as other information useful to assist you in engaging in procurement activities with the Community. For additional information regarding procurement, please contact the Salt River Purchasing Office at (480) 850-8077.
Vendor Portal – This allows suppliers to create accounts and maintain their information. For new vendors, once you have entered the portal, you will have to register. Click on a new vendor guide or existing vendor guide for help. For current and existing vendors, once you have entered the portal, please login with your username and password.
Vendor Feedback Program – It is our goal to treat our vendors fairly in all procurement activities. Gathering and analyzing vendor feedback concerning perceived issues and suggested improvements with our process assists us in evaluating overall process effectiveness and is a key driver of process improvement. To this end, the Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community (SRPMIC) has developed a formal vendor grievance/feedback submission process.
Vendors will be encouraged to use this process as well. Those who believe they have been treated unfairly may contact SRPMIC by filling out the Vendor Feedback Program Form (linked below) and e-mailing it to Purchasing (email@example.com) or delivering it, in person, to the Purchasing Department within thirty days following the incident being grieved.