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Procurement Services provides high quality purchasing-related services in support of the diverse JCCC population (students, faculty, staff and community), thereby promoting the institutional commitment to provide exceptional educational programs and services by creating the opportunity to achieve a greater level of professional excellence.


Procurement facilitates the expenditure of JCCC funds in a manner that assures the greatest ultimate value per dollar expended, considering factors such as cost, quality, efficiency and sustainability. Our staff creates and maintains goodwill through open communication and relationships with employees, vendors, and the general public, accordingly establishing a strong foundation of honesty, integrity and fairness to all with ethics being paramount.

Procurement Services Staff

Janelle Vogler
Associate Vice President, Business Services
(913) 469-8500, ext. 4574

Jim Feikert
Director, Procurement Services
(913) 469-8500, ext. 3299

Lawrence 'Larry' Allen
Senior Buyer
(913) 469-8500, ext. 2336

Mahogany Frazier
Assistant Buyer
(913) 469-8500, ext 2404

Julie Lombard-Williamson
Senior Buyer
(913) 469-8500, ext. 2337

Austin Maxwell
Procurement Administrative Assistant
(913) 469-8500, ext. 3555

Tamika McDonald
Senior Buyer
913-469-8500, ext. 7818

Tracey Nichols
(913) 469-8500, ext. 3015

Becky Ricklefs
Procurement Card Manager/Procurement Administrator
(913) 469-8500, ext. 3817


Johnson County Community College places a high priority on integrating environmental awareness and responsibility into the daily life of the institution. The College recognizes the positive impact it can make on the environment through its procurement decisions. 

In accordance with the College’s purchasing policies and procedures, and in support of the College’s signing of the American College & University Presidents Climate Commitment, it is the intent of the College to seek and utilize, to the fullest extent possible, environmentally friendly or “green” products, practices, services and suppliers, whenever they perform satisfactorily and can be acquired at similar total value (both cost and quality considered). In support of this effort, the College’s Procurement Services department will:

  • In its commitment to provide exceptional services, lead the effort by example and utilize electronic bidding practices to assist in the reduction of College resources used in the procurement process;
  • Share the responsibility with all College employees of identifying new and environmentally friendly products and services, using criteria established by widely recognized authorities (eco-labels such as Energy Star, EPEAT, Green Seal, Fair Trade, etc.), with the goal to eliminate carcinogens, mutagens and teratogens;
  • Integrate the expanded use of products and services that contain the maximum level of post-consumer reusable or recyclable waste or recyclable content (bio-based products), without significantly affecting the intended use of the product or service (e.g., paper products, cups, etc.);
  • In an effort to preserve natural resources, strive to procure energy efficient equipment and water saving products, and seek alternative energy sources from reliable, certified alternative energy suppliers;
  • Purchase from suppliers who provide environmentally friendly products/services or from suppliers who are environmentally sensitive in their daily operations;
  • When feasible, work with suppliers in the areas of reduction/reuse/take-back of packaging materials, identify alternative methods of delivery, and specify take-back of obsolete products in solicitations;
  • Take cost/benefit analysis into consideration to arrive at the correct sourcing decision — one that remains economically practical, reflects effective purchasing practices, considers total life cycle analysis and satisfies the requirements of the user department; and
  • Routinely evaluate replacement needs and waste management practices (recycling); encourage reuse of items within the College community; practice source reduction; manage surplus effectively; and provide consistent and relevant information and training for all staff.

Nothing in these guidelines shall be construed as requiring Procurement Services or any College department to procure products that do not perform adequately for their intended use or are not available at a reasonable price in a reasonable period of time.

JCCC’s Standard Terms & Conditions are included in every solicitation.

Please review these with your company’s submittal to ensure that you can adhere to the requirements being requested.

Download JCCC’s Terms & Conditions (PDF)

When equipment, furniture, supplies or other personal property of the College is no longer needed by any department of the College, the property is deemed “surplus property.”

The College liquidates surplus inventory in accordance with Disposition of Surplus Property Policy 215.07, through

Invoices and Payments

  • Submit all invoices and payment requests via email to Accounts Payable at You must reference a valid PO# in order for payment consideration. JCCC’s standard payment terms are Net 30.
  • Contact Accounts Payable with any questions related to payment issues.