Doing Business With Plainsboro

Plainsboro Township purchases a variety of products and services to support its facilities and programs. As a public entity, the township is required to comply with numerous state regulations regarding purchasing because of the high level of scrutiny involved with the use of public funds.

Equal Opportunity Bids
Plainsboro strives to be compliant with all applicable laws and statutes throughout the purchasing process while promoting full, free, fair, open competition. As an equal opportunity employer, the Township encourages all vendors including small and minority owned businesses to respond to the township’s needs for goods and services.

Please Note
State law requires that all vendors who receive payment above $6,000 annually from the township, must have a New Jersey Business Registration Certificate. Vendors can secure this certificate from the New Jersey Department of Treasury, Division of Revenue.

State Contracts

The township often purchases from state contract vendors. The New Jersey Department of Treasury, Division of Purchase and Property uses their buying power to secure prices from vendors on a variety of goods and commodities. Click state contracts to bid on or review state contract prices.

Contacting the Purchasing Office
Please call the Purchasing Office prior to coming to insure that someone will be available. Vendors are requested to make the Purchasing Office their first point of contact. When appropriate, they will arrange contacts with other departments.