Procurement 101

The City of New York procures more than $20 billion dollars of goods and services every year from outside contractors, ranging from nonprofits providing services in our communities to contractors building and maintaining our infrastructure to companies supplying administrative goods and services that enable City Agencies to function effectively – and many more. These contractors include a diverse pool of entities in a wide range of industries.

The Mayor’s Office of Contract Services (MOCS) works to ensure the procurement process is transparent, fair, responsible and timely. MOCS’ technology innovations help make doing business with the city easier and foster greater participation. Equity, Diversity, Access represent the pillars of MOCS’ vision.

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Understand How City Procurement Works

Learn more by watching Procurement 101 for Vendors (click on the link or the image below), which covers the basics of procurement in the City of New York.