DCAS Office of Citywide Procurement

The Office of Citywide Procurement (OCP), formerly known as the Division of Municipal Supply Services, is the chief procurement agent for the City of New York and is responsible for purchasing certain services and goods whose total value exceeds the small purchase limit of $100,000. In Fiscal Year 2013 OCP purchased goods worth approximately $1 billion for over 100 City agencies and various other departments, boards and authorities. OCP is also charged with quality assurance for all purchases; warehousing and distribution of goods to agencies throughout the City; and the transfer, sale and other safe disposal of City agencies' surplus goods. OCP supports City operations by providing an efficient, cost effective and customer-focused central purchasing function while ensuring that products purchased and services obtained support the City's long term strategic and environmental goals at the lowest net cost and the highest professional standards.


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Contact Us

Do you have a general question, comment or suggestion for us? If so, please send us an email via the form.

If you are a vendor and you wish to do business with the City of New York, you may also contact our Vendor Relations Unit at:

OCP Vendor Relations Unit
One Centre St., 18th Floor
New York, NY 10007
telephone (212)-669-8562
fax (212)-669-7585
Email us via the form 


Minority and Women-owned Business Enterprise

If you are a Minority and Women-owned Business Enterprise (M/WBE) that has been in operation for at least a year, you can obtain M/WBE City certification to have greater access to contracting opportunities through classes, networking events, targeted solicitations, and more. Click on the link below to access the City's Enterprise Business Solutions portal and learn how to become certified. http://www.nyc.gov/getcertified