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.
For information about contracts and procurement opportunities, assistance with the supplier registration process, or to schedule an appointment for Vendor Day, please visit PGC311 and select Contract Administration & Procurement (CAP) as the service type. Please call 311.
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.
Download the Supplier Registration Process guide
Is your firm 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.
Firms interested in doing business with Prince George’s County Government must complete the following:
Resources are available to assist you with growing your business.