The Department of Procurement and Material Management (DPMM) is the central agency for the procurement of goods and services for the Fairfax County Government and Public Schools. DPMM provides overall material management, to include procurement and contracting, warehousing, inventory management, and fixed asset accountability
No, the County does not have a set aside program. However, DPMM does administer a Supplier Diversity program. The objective of this program is to undertake efforts to increase the opportunity for utilization of small, women-owned and minority-owned (SwaM) businesses in all aspects of procurement. You should call the Supplier Diversity Coordinator, on 703- 324-3621, TTY 711 to obtain additional information on this program.
You may call the main number at 703-324-3201 and ask to speak with the Contract Specialist in charge of the commodity that you sell or contact our Supplier Diversity Coordinator at 703-324-3621, TTY 711 for assistance.
To learn more about how to sell to the county, we recommend you attend our free "Selling to Fairfax" workshop.
The Department of Procurement and Material Management posts all formal solicitations on eVA, the Commonwealth of Virginia's electronic procurement portal. Vendors may download copies from Current Solicitations page on this website or pick up copies in person in our office.
Yes, the Economic Development Authority (EDA) has a publication entitled "Doing Business in Fairfax County".
For more information, contact:
Fairfax County Economic Development Authority
8300 Boone Boulevard, Suite 450
Vienna, VA 22182
Tel: 703-790-0600, TTY: 711; Fax: 703-893-1269
No. In March of 2022, the Department of Labor and Industry (DOLI), Virginia Occupational Safety and Health Administration (VOSH), and Safety and Health Codes Board (SHCB) revoked COVID-19 safety standards associated with the policy. Accordingly, the COVID-19 Contractor Vaccination policy is rescinded effective April 8, 2022.