Contact Information

Purchasing - Main Office

Wellington Webb Municipal Building
201 West Colfax Avenue, Department 304, 11th Floor
Denver, CO 80202 
Main Office Phone: 720-913-8100
Accounts Payable: 720-913-8811
Fax: 720-913-8101
Appointments are required if you need to meet with a Purchasing Division team member.

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Buyer Contact Information

Lance Jay - Chief Procurement Officer (CPO)

Lance Jay, Chief Procurement Officer (CPO)

Sol Ybarra - Business Outreach Coordinator

Sol Ybarra, Business Outreach Coordinator

Small/Women/Minority Business Liaison


Buyer Supervisors

Michael Romero, Buyer Supervisor 

 Aran Raz, Buyer Supervisor- Goods and Services at Denver International Airport 


Senior Procurement Analysts

Jeff Wylde, CPPB, Senior Procurement Analyst

Buyer for: Goods and Services for City Attorney’s Office, Human Rights and Community Partnerships, and Finance. Professional services related procurements, electrical parts and supplies, electronic recycling services, industrial supplies, uniform rentals and purchase, and inmate clothing. 

Brenda Hannu, CPPB, Senior Procurement Analyst

Buyer for: Citywide (Trash services, Maintenance, Repair and Operations (MRO) - Home Depot, Safety footwear and eyewear, barricades and traffic controls, Network support and maintenance, Mailing services - Fed Ex, UPS, Panasonic Security Cameras, Office of Emergency Management, Parks and Recreation (trails, aquatics, operations, lawn and turf equipment and parts, outdoor signage, athletic field marking paint, etc.), Forestry (trees, operations), Department of Transportation and Infrastructure (fiber optics, bike racks, light poles, Hirschmann switches, Waste Water, etc.), Community Planning, Housing and Stability, Medical Examiner, Denver Zoo, Denver Botanical Gardens, Community and Behavioral Health, Denver Art Museum, Museum of Natural History, Small Business, and Civic Events. 

Ruth Bruski, CPPB, Senior Procurement Analyst

Buyer for: Arts & Venues related procurements, Facilities Management related procurements, general commodities for wastewater related procurements, citywide procurements (excluding DEN) for the following: HVAC, pest control, plumbing services, metal recycling, janitorial, window washing, building trades, and elevator maintenance. 

Joseph Furman , Senior Procurement Analyst

Buyer for: Technology Services related purchases, vehicles, uniforms, body armor, media equipment 


Associate Procurement Analysts

Scott Harris, Associate Procurement Analyst

Buyer for: Golf: Fertilizers, pesticides, irrigation parts, course equipment and supplies, and facility maintenance. Facilities Management: Repair services and equipment for all city owned buildings including some Arts & Venues projects. City-wide Fleet: Including purchases of new replacement parts, various services, and new vehicles for all City agencies. 

Elizabeth Hewes, Associate Procurement Analyst

Buyer for: Good and services for City Council, Asphalt Plant, Sold Waste Division, Human Services, Elections, Safety Department, Sheriff’s Department, Head Start, Office of Children’s Affairs, and Traffic Operations. 

Plus these contracts:

  • Printing & Mailing Services
  • Food Services
  • Sweeper Parts (including aftermarket parts)
  • Blade Edges and Teeth, and Rotor Mill Teeth 

Leann Rush, Associate Procurement Analyst 

Buyer for:  All aspects of Denver International Airport (DEN) purchases 

Jesse Sitzman, Associate Procurement Analyst

Buyer for: Fire Department, Human Services, Clerk and Recorder, Environmental Quality Division

Christina Buster, Purchasing Technician

Buyer for: Issuing transactional purchase orders for various City agencies and departments. 



Colorado Open Records Act (CORA) Requests

The City and County of Denver is committed to making city government open, accountable and accessible to the public. The city’s approach to the Colorado Open Records Act (CORA) is an important part of its pledge to transparency to build trust with our residents. These guidelines help city agencies and departments provide the public with efficient access to documents and records pursuant to the Colorado Revised Statutes, C.R.S. §24-72-205(6).

Important! Please Note:

  • Information will not be released for open bids.
  • Bid information is typically available approximately six to eight weeks after a bid closes.
  • Do NOT submit CORA or media requests to Purchasing Division team members. Please follow the process linked below.

 Please review our additional CORA guidelines and learn how to submit a request.