Information on Vendor Processing - Updated March 31, 2020Please note that as a result of the State of Florida's response to the COVID-19 coronavirus situation, Lake County Schools are closed through May 1, 2020. Vendor processing may be delayed as a result. We will provide updated information as it is made available.
Vendor Compliance Process (in accordance with the Jessica Lunsford Act)
The information on this page outlines the policies and procedures pertaining to new self-employed vendors or employees of registered vendor companies, and how to obtain a Uniform Statewide Vendor Badge. If you are a new self-employed vendor or new vendor company, you must be registered with Lake County Schools before requesting a Uniform Statewide Vendor Badge.
To become a new self-employed vendor or new vendor company for Lake County Schools, please click the Vendor Set Up page for more information. Each business MUST have a Lake County Schools vendor number before fingerprint registration can take place. Questions related to how to become a registered vendor may be directed to:
Penny Bilyeu, Procurement Support Specialist
Procurement Services Department
Fingerprint/Badge Registration Instructions
You must complete the Vendor Set Up process before completing fingerprinting and/or requesting issuance of a badge.
The Jessica Lunsford Act (JLA) requires all contracted vendors who are permitted access on school grounds when students are present, who have contact with students, or have access to or control school funds, to undergo a screening process and meet Level 2 screening requirements pursuant to Florida State Statute 1012.32.
Be sure to select the appropriate option below. Read all information thoroughly before proceeding:
If you have any questions or concerns regarding the fingerprinting process, please contact:
For any other issues, please contact your Employer directly. They will contact the appropriate District Office contacts with the Finance or Procurement Departments if necessary.