Financial Management and Administration
Canceled Stale-Dated Checks
Generally, a “stale check” (also called a “stale-dated check”) is an uncashed check that is more than six months old. Kansas statute 10-815 authorizes the Board of County Commissioners (BOCC) to cancel “stale-dated” County-issued checks that are at least two years old.
COVID-19 Response and Recovery
Johnson County's COVID-19 Response and Recovery page provides insight into the County's pandemic response efforts. Information is provided on the use of Coronavirus Relief Funds, State Impact Funds, Emergency Rental Assistance Funds and the American Rescue Plan Funds.
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An overview of the services and programs Johnson County, Kansas provides to business and how to do business with the county.
Terms and Conditions
The agreement between Johnson County, Kansas, (hereinafter the Purchaser) and Vendor consists of the terms and conditions contained on the face hereof, these printed terms and conditions, and any documents referenced herein which may or may not be attached hereto.
Current contracts or cooperative contracts that are utilized by Johnson County can be viewed on our webpage at: https://jocogov.ionwave.net/ActiveContractList.aspx.
Bids and RFPs
Suppliers may learn of bid opportunities with Johnson County by clicking on the Bids/RFPs tab. All formal solicitations will be distributed through https://jocogov.ionwave.net
GovDeals is utilized by the County to sell unwanted surplus items to the general public.
The Johnson County Archives maintains a Research Room where the historic documents in the collection are available to the public. All reasonable requests for access to the collection will be accommodated, provided that access does not endanger the records and provided that access is allowed in accordance with the Kansas Open Record Act, K.S.A. 45-215/225.