Thank you for your interest in doing business with the City of Indianapolis/Marion County. In our efforts to serve you better, we now have an online Vendor Registration Form. You can complete this form online, attach documents to it, and print a copy for your personal records all online! You must click the Save Application button at the bottom of the vendor registration form. You also must click the Save Selections button at the bottom of each class listing page where you have made selections.
To avoid a delay in processing your registration, you must provide your or your company's completed W9. Please attach the completed W9 to the online vendor registration form where indicated. For your convenience, we have provided the following link:
To begin your registration, please click on the Vendor Registration Form link below.
IMPORTANT INFORMATION: Effective December 9, 2013 we can no longer accept only a PO Box address. To become a registered vendor, you must provide an accurate physical street address. You may provide an additional PO Box address for correspondence if desired.
Vendor Registration Form
If you experience technical difficulty completing our online Vendor Registration Form, please contact our office at 317-327-4900 or email us at Purchasing@indy.gov. You must provide your contact information.
If you are a Minority Business Enterprise (MBE), Women Business Enterprise (WBE), Veteran Business Enterprise (VBE), or Disability Owned Business Enterprise (DOBE) please contact the City's Department of Minority Business Development (DMBD) to become registered. You may click this link to contact the DMWBD or call (317) 327-5262.
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Pursuant to the Consolidated City of Indianapolis and Marion County GENERAL ORDINANCE NO. 42, 2017: (1) the party responsible for awarding city contracts shall review all vendors' policies, practices and standards for the hiring of applicants with prior criminal convictions to determine whether the vendors' practices, policies and standards are consistent with the city's policies, practices and standard and (2) the vendors' policies, practices and standards on employing applicants with prior criminal convictions may be made a part of the criteria to be considered by the city when awarding contracts and economic incentives.