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Regulatory Affairs

Regulatory Affairs provides operational support and service to all FPUA departments. The department’s primary focus is to ensure that the requisition and procurement process for the sourcing and purchase of goods and services by FPUA is fair, equitable and remains compliant with applicable federal, state and local laws. Regulatory Affairs is responsible for the administration of all public bids and request for proposals, as well as contract administration, records management, public records requests, risk management, customer claims and managing the organizations insurance program.

Records Management respond to and assists with public records requests; and coordinate, train, and oversee that records are in compliance with the Florida Records Management Association (FRMA) and Sunshine Laws.

Privacy Policy

FPUA fully abides by the policy outlined in the Public Records Law, Chapter 119 of the Florida Statutes, governing the public’s right to access records held by FPUA and not exempt from inspection, examination, and copying under the Public Records Law. Requests can be made in person, through the mail, by phone or by email.

Please submit Public Records Requests to:

Fort Pierce Utilities Authority
Attn: FPUA Records Custodian
206 South 6th Street
Fort Pierce, FL 34950
(772) 466-1600, ext 3008

FPUA Solicitations

Click for a list of current FPUA Solicitations (Invitation to Bid, Request for Proposals, Invitation to Quote, etc.). 

All FPUA Solicitations are also available on DemandStar

AURSI – FPUA uses AURSI to obtain competitive pricing on inventory purchases. AURSI is a provider of an Electronic Online Material Standards Manual and offers a special software program for utilities and suppliers. For additional information visit

If you have questions or need additional information please contact the Purchasing Program Manager at

Click for a list of current Professional Engineering Project Notifications

If you have questions or need additional information please contact the Purchasing Program Manager at

FPUA has a comprehensive Standard Terms and Conditions document that outlines procedures for Bids/Contracts and Purchase Orders.