Procurement

Introducing PASSPort!

PASSPort is the City of New York's new, user-friendly online procurement portal which allows vendors to submit disclosure information required for contracting and access performance evaluations. PASSPort streamlines the procurement process and makes it easier to do business with New York City. Visit nyc.gov/passport or contact passport@mocs.nyc.gov for more information.

Doing Business with the Department of Finance

Doing Business with the Department of Finance The Department of Finance procures products and services in the areas of information technology, payment processing and banking, debt collection, booting, translation and interpretation, office supplies and furniture, and more.

To do business with the Department of Finance, register with the City Record to receive email solicitation notices and updates. You may also create an account with the city's Payee Information Portal to manage your bids and contracts online. With PIP, registered vendors can check the status of their payments, update business information, receive solicitations, and view agreements and invoices from City agencies. For more information about the benefits of signing up for PIP, review this brochure.

If you have questions about doing business with the Department of Finance, review the frequently asked questions or Contact Us.

Visit the Subcontractors Resource Guide website.


Current Solicitations

Request for Proposals

RFP Business and Excise Tax Lockbox Services
Addendum #1
Due Date: 12/3/19 at 3:00 PM EST

RFP Business and Payment Center Cashiering System and Related Services
Pricing Worksheet [ PDF | Excel ]
Addendum 1: RFP: Business and Payment Center Cashiering System and Related Services
Exhibit A - Annual Average Transaction Volume and Totals by Tender and Payment Type
Exhibit B - Annual Average Transaction Volume and Totals by Tender and Payment Type Year to Year
Exhibit C - CPRR SOA Payment Interface Specifications
Exhibit D - ACRIS Payment Sheet
Due Date: 12/11/19 at 3:00 PM EST


M/WBE Program

New York City's M/WBE program is governed by Local Law 1 of 2013. For more information, visit the Mayor's Office of Minority and Women Owned Enterprises or Contact Us.


Vendors Providing Goods and Services to New York City

Getting Paid
Public Improvement Lien