All vendors submitting invoices for payment must comply with the following:
Supply a valid purchase order.
Invoice numbers must be unique (never been submitted or used for any current or past contract with NYCHA)
Invoices must be received directly by Accounts Payable.
Accounts Payable will only pay from original invoices.
Accounts Payable does not pay from vendor statements.
A complete payment package must contain two copies – and include the following:
the requisition date;
a unique requisition number (do not reuse an old requisition number);
a detailed description of the billed goods or services (which must match the goods or services listed on your Statement of Services);
a correct NYCHA contract number;
a correct Release number;
the net amount due and gross amount (when applicable); and
the correct quantities and prices for the billed goods or services (which must not exceed the quantities authorized by NYCHA on your Release or the prices in your contract); and
certified payrolls, where applicable
Where to Send Payment Packages/Invoices
All requests for payment should be sent directly to Accounts Payable at the following address:
New York City Housing Authority P. O. Box 3636 Church Street Station New York, New York 10008
Attn: Accounts Payable Division
NYCHA is now requiring all vendors/contractors/suppliers to receive payment via direct deposit. If you have not done so, please fill out the AP supplier form with your direct deposit information and return to iSupplier@nycha.nyc.gov or mail the completed form to the accounts payable address shown above.
Accounts Payable Vendor Assistance Unit at (212) 306-6500 on weekdays between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m.
Using iSupplier in the Payment Process
Vendors seeking to sell goods and/or provide services to NYCHA must register on iSupplier.
iSupplier is a convenient vendor self-service option that allows vendors to track payments and check on the status of submitted invoice(s) online. You can also sign-up to receive your payments via direct deposit in iSupplier.