Welcome and thank you for visiting the Purchasing Department.

The primary goal of all purchasing activities at the College is to acquire goods and services for Tri-County Technical College

  • within statutory, regulatory and procedural guidance,
  • in an efficient and effective manner,
  • at a fair and reasonable cost,
  • with timely delivery and proper performance.

As a custodian of public funds, the operating premise of the Purchasing Department is integrity and professionalism.

Forms for Construction/Renovation Projects:

Please email any questions to either

 Kristal Doherty, CPPO, Purchasing Manager:  kdoherty@tctc.edu 

Authority to sign for all procurements as listed below:  

    • up to $50,000 for goods/services
    • up to $50,000 for IT
    • Purchases exempt from State Procurement Code, purchases approved by Chief Procurement Officer or purchases made from SC State Contracts
    • All Sole Source and Emergency Procurements

Matt Whitten, Purchasing Specialist: mwhitten@tctc.edu

Authority to solicit for all procurements as listed below: 

    • up to $50,000 for goods/services
    • up to $50,000 for IT
    • Purchases exempt from State Procurement Code or purchases made from SC State Contracts

The individuals listed below are authorized to sign contracts on behalf of Tri-County Technical College:

Dr. Ronnie Booth, President

Gregg Stapleton, VP of Business Affairs

Cara Hamilton, Controller/Director of Fiscal Affairs

Kristal Doherty, Purchasing Manager


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