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NID shifts to electronic invoicing for all vendors

March 27, 2020

In an effort to reduce the transmission risk of the novel Coronavirus (COVID-19), the Nevada Irrigation District (NID) is moving to mandatory electronic invoicing for all vendors, effective immediately.

Under the new procedure, NID invoices and statements are to be submitted electronically to, according to NID Finance Manager/Treasurer Marvin Davis. Paper invoices will not be processed after April 10.

“Our goal is to reduce exposure to COVID-19 for our organization as well as for vendors,” Davis said. “Transitioning to e-invoicing will contribute to shorter processing periods and faster payments while improving overall environmental quality.”

Read the letter sent to all vendors on the NID website here. Questions about electronic invoicing? Call the NID Purchasing Supervisor at (530) 271-6893.

A note regarding COVID-19 – In the midst of growing fears about the spread of the virus, NID wants to reassure the public that its treated drinking water is safe. NID’s treatment processes are specifically designed to protect the public from viruses and harmful bacteria. Further, the EPA has indicated that the risk to water supplies is low and Americans can continue to use and drink water from their tap as usual. Learn more here.

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