How to do Business With Prince George's County?

The Office of Central Services is here to help you get started to successfully do business with Prince George's County.

We have compiled several resources to help you navigate the process. Should you require additional assistance, please visit our contact page and a representative will be available to assist you.

The Contract Administration and Procurement Division is the primary agency for the procurement of goods and services for Prince George's County Government. The Division provides overall management and guidance for the County's purchasing functions in accordance with the legal authority established by Section 603 of the Charter and Subtitle 10A of the Prince George's County Code.

For your convenience, below are quick steps to getting started.

Online Vendor Registration

Before attempting to do business with Prince George's County, all companies are required to become a Registered Vendor. you can accomplish that by visiting our Supplier Registration page. Becoming a registered vendor will allow the county to contact your firm when procurement opportunities become available utilizing the commodities and/or services provided during registration.

Supplier Diversity

Is your firm is a Local, Small, Minority, Disadvantaged and/or Veteran owned business? If so, certifying your firm with Prince George's County's Supplier Development and Diversity (SDDD) Division will allow you to receive preference points when responding to procurement opportunities. Please click here to fill out your certification application.

Need business development?

Visit our resources available to assist your business grow.

Economic Development

Prince George's County wants to do business with you! Learn more about the benefits of brining your business to our county.

eMarketplace & Regional

If you are interested in opportunities, please visit our eMaryland Marketplace page.