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Vendors, contractors, and consultants interested in providing goods and/or services to NYCHA may register, learn about selling, and search for opportunities to provide goods and/or services to NYCHA via the links below:

Vendors should be aware of the following additional requirements when selling goods or services to NYCHA:

Introducing PASSPort! 

  • PASSPort replaces VENDEX.  The Mayor’s Office of Contract Services (MOCS) launched a new online procurement tool, the Procurement and Sourcing Solutions Portal(PASSPort).  PASSPort makes it easier for vendors to submit and keep disclosure documents up-to-date
  • Vendors interested in selling goods or services to NYCHA should be aware of the following updated requirements:

    • PASSPort has replaced the paper VENDEX and Certificate of No Change (CNC) forms
    • Vendors are required to login and register in PASSPort

    If you have any questions please email:  

    MOCS at vendors in PASSPort

    or NYCHA at: [email protected]

  • Local Law 34 of 2007 
  • Office of the Inspector General-Anticorruption Guide
  • Non-Collusive Bidding 
  • Labor Coalition Letter 
  • Prevailing Wage 
  • Insurance 
  • The Supply Management Department is responsible for sourcing, conducting bids, awarding contracts, purchasing, warehousing and arranging for deliveries of goods, and procuring services.

    Need to contact our Supply Management Department? Submit your business inquiry online.


    iSupplier Vendor Registration

    In late 2009, NYCHA implemented a number of Oracle applications to better manage its procurement processes.  One of these applications is iSupplier, NYCHA’s free online procurement portal. Vendors seeking to sell goods and/or provide services to NYCHA must register on iSupplier

    Registering for iSupplier helps the environment by saving paper both for the vendor and NYCHA, and benefits vendors by streamlining the procurement process. Registered vendors can:

    • Submit bids online
    • Ask written questions during the Q&A period
    • Receive notices of bid amendments
    • Manage their invoices
    • Track the progress of their bid(s)

    Registered vendors may also obtain a paper copy of bid documents for $25 (cash, certified check or money order) at NYCHA’s procurement office located on the 6th floor at 90 Church St.

    Have any questions or comments? Please send them via email to [email protected]

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    Selling to NYCHA

    NYCHA spends about a billion dollars every year on goods and services for its residents. The Supply Management Department oversees all procurement activities.

    NYCHA hosts and participates in vendor events, including training, to provide information about specific procurement opportunities and to encourage businesses to participate in its procurement process.

    View a list of NYCHA’s current procurement opportunities.

    In order to participate in NYCHA's procurement opportunities, vendors, contractors and consultants must be registered with NYCHA's free, online procurement portal: iSupplier.

    For information on vendor compliance requirements, visit our Vendors page.

    To see notices of NYCHA bid opportunities on a daily basis, vendors are encouraged to register with the City Record.

    Paint contractors must prequalify in order to participate in bidding on contracts for maintenance painting of apartments.

    Paint Application

    For new vendors performing painting services in NYCHA buildings, In order to pre-qualify your business to participate in painting with the New York City Housing Authority, you will have to be approved in this program before you can be awarded a bid. This application can be filled out after you place your online bid. Please mail the original paint application along with supportive documentation, which can be copies, please keep a copy of the entire package for yourself before mailing the original package.

    Please email the package in PDF format to; [email protected] or mail the package by hand to;

    Supply Management Department – Procurement
    New York City Housing Authority
    c/o Paint Program Coordinator, Ms. Iliana Diaz
    90 Church Street, 6th Floor
    New York, NY 10007

    If you have questions regarding NYCHA’s prequalification process, please call (212) 306-4434.


    NYCHA is committed to maximizing the participation of Section 3 Business Concerns (S3BC) and Minority- and Women-owned Small Business Enterprises (MWSBE) at all levels of its procurement process. Veterans are also encouraged to participate. Visit our S3BC and MWSBE pages for more information.

    NYCHA iSupplier Procurement Process Tutorial

    Bids & Proposals

    Minority and Women-Owned Business Enterprises

    We are committed to meeting the City’s goals for the participation of Small Business Services (SBS) – Certified Minority and Women-Owned Business Enterprises (M/WBEs) in the award and performance of goods and services contracts. These goals are satisfied by the award and prompt payment of contracts, subcontracts, and direct purchases with M/WBEs.

    Learn more about the SBS M/WBE Certification Program

    Bid Directly on Our Projects

    We post bidding opportunities on our website, the Mayor’s Office of Contract Services and in the City Record. If you do not have an account with City Record, please create an account.

    For M/WBE Non-Competitive Small Purchases under $500,000 (M/WBE only) and Non-Competitive Micro-Purchases under $20,000 and Small Purchase bids under $100,000, we solicit bids directly from SBS-certified M/WBE vendors. Be sure to create an account with PASSPort, the City’s digital Procurement and Sourcing Solutions Portal, to access these opportunities citywide.

    If you are an SBS-certified M/WBE, make sure we know about your firm and the goods/services your firm offers. Please contact [email protected], if you think your firm and DEP are a good match.

    View Upcoming M/WBE Non-Competitive Small Purchase Contracts(Purchases up to $500K)

    Business Owner’s Bill of Rights

    Business Owner’s Bill of Rights

    We are committed to providing New Yorkers with excellent customer service and adhere to rules set forth by the Business Owner’s Bill of Rights. These rules guarantee fair inspections and consistent regulatory enforcement. For a copy of the rights as well as information about how to provide feedback, visit the Mayor’s Office of Operations Business Owner’s Bill of Rights.


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    In Fiscal Year 2019, mayoral agencies awarded more than $1 billion in combined prime and sub contracts subject to the M/WBE program.

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    To do business with the City, you must register as a vendor in the City's Procurement and Sourcing Solutions Portal (PASSPort) and Payee Information Portal (PIP). A PASSPort account puts your business on the Citywide Bidder List, while a PIP account provides you with a NYC Vendor Number. This lets you manage your financial transactions with the City. Registered vendors receive alerts about contract opportunities, including contracts not advertised anywhere else.

    Register for the Payee Information Portal (PIP)

    Register for PASSPort

    Finding Contract Opportunities:

    • PASSPort facilitates every step of the procurement process - from identifying vendors to contract solicitation and response evaluation, award to contract, and invoicing to payment. To maximize business opportunities, all contractors should create a vendor account in PASSPort.
    • City contract opportunities for more than $100,000 are in The City Record Online
    • Subcontracting opportunities on large commercial projects are available through the Industrial and Commercial Abatement Program (ICAP)
    • Many City agencies post current and upcoming opportunities on their websites
    • Non-profit organizations can find opportunities through the Health and Human Services (HHS) Accelerator

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    Updating Your Vendor Profile:

    If you are a NYC-certified company and your profile in the NYC Online Directory of Certified Businesses is incorrect, you can update your information. If you want to update your:

    • NIGP codes: you must log into the City's Procurement and Sourcing Solutions Portal (PASSPort). Please choose *only* the NIGP codes that best describe the products and/or services your business provides. For assistance, please complete the Contact PASSPort form.
    • Contact information: please call us at (212) 513-6444 or complete our contact form.
    • Business address, company description, and/or experience listed in your profile: you must send a signed request on company letterhead with both old and new information to:

    NYC Department of Small Business Services
    1 Liberty Plaza, 11th Floor
    New York, NY 10006
    Attn: Certification Unit, Division of Financial and Economic Opportunity

    *Please note that for changes that may affect your businesses' certification eligibility, we may request additional documentation before updating your profile.

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    Procurement Opportunities

    To view current procurement opportunities for goods and services with the New York City Housing Authority, you may also access NYCHA's procurement notices on The City Record.

    View procurement opportunities

    Insurance and Bid Notice Information (RiskWorks)

    Proposer Pre-Bidders Conference Attendance List

    Working with NYCHA's Energy and Sustainability Department

    • Vendors, contractors, and consultants interested in providing goods and/or services to NYCHA ​for energy and sustainability programs are encouraged to review the information about doing business with NYCHA .
    • Energy Performance Contracting Program: Contractors and suppliers interested in NYCHA EPCs may request information directly from the implementing Energy Service Companies (ESCOs).

    Prevailing Wage Schedule

    Please see the following links for an up-to-date prevailing schedule. Please note that you, as the vendor, are responsible for being informed of any updates to the Prevailing Wage Schedule.

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