Thank you for your interest in doing business with the NYC Department of Small Business Services (SBS).
Please select a Procurement Identification Number (PIN) to view solicitation documents or select the appropriate Addendum, if applicable. We encourage you to read these documents carefully, as each document may contain important information including the requested scope of work; potential scheduled pre-bid/proposal conferences; contact person; Q&A and submission deadlines.
SBS primarily uses New York City's centralized Bidder's List to notify potential vendors of open procurements unless otherwise prescribed. To be included in the City's Bidders' list you must create a Payee Information Portal (PIP) account. The commodity code listing is designated by Goods, Services, and Construction. You should select the category your company can provide. Prospective vendors are encouraged to create a PIP account.
Vendors who have questions or issues regarding online enrollment should contact the Vendor Enrollment Center at (212) 857-1680 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Placement on this list does not guarantee receipt of a solicitation from SBS. In addition to this webpage, notices for procurements may be available in the City Record. It is the vendor's responsibility to check for posted notices.
If your organization would like to submit additional documentation regarding the goods and services you provide, please send a letter to:
NYC Dept. of Small Business Services
Attn: Procurement Unit
1 Liberty Plaza, 11th Floor
New York, NY 10006
The Payee Information Portal (PIP) allows you to manage your contact information, track payments and enroll in commodity code listings. The commodity codes identify the types of goods and services that your organization can provide. Businesses seeking to work with SBS should enroll under the commodity codes that best describe their respective products and services.
Recent enhancements to the system allows for contractors to report their subcontractors via PIP. Please see the Notice to Bidders for additional information.
All questions regarding PIP should be addressed to FISA at (212) 857-1777 or email@example.com.
We certify, promote, and foster the growth of the City's M/WBEs and eligible small construction and construction-related businesses.
Our Procurement Technical Assistance Center (PTAC) offers a range of one-on-one assistance and training to help you with government contracting with City, State, and Federal agencies.
The Health and Human Services (HHS) Accelerator System provides centralized access to the City's Human Service funding opportunities and the ability to complete financial transactions.
RFPs planned for release through HHS Accelerator are listed on the NYC Procurement Roadmap.
To find additional information regarding how to do business with the City of New York, please visit the Sell To NYC website.
Our Fiscal Manual (PDF) – provided to existing or prospective contractors – explains the applicable policies and procedures for record-keeping, bookkeeping, fiscal reporting, cost allocating and payroll. Adherence to this manual is the best way to ensure that contractors are reimbursed expeditiously and that there is no disallowance of expenses. We strongly recommend that applicable contractors become very familiar with the content of this document.