At USPS, we value our relationships with suppliers. Whether you’re a current or prospective supplier, you can find the information you need to do business with the Postal Service™ right here.
We do business with large and small suppliers that provide performance excellence.
The USPS Small Business Mentoring Program was developed with the goal to enhance the capabilities of participating small businesses, small minority-owned businesses, and small women-owned businesses (SMWOB) to be better prepared to directly compete in Postal Service sourcing opportunities, or successfully perform in a subcontracting role if selected as a team member to a prime supplier under Postal Service contracts.
Our philosophy for working with suppliers, how we maintain those relationships, and other general information.
After becoming a supplier for USPS, there are several programs and activities available to participate in.
The U.S. Postal Service purchases a variety of products and services, grouped into five categories: Commercial Products & Services, Facilities, Mail & Operational Equipment, Technology Infrastructure, and Transportation Strategy.
The United States Postal Service® is committed to focusing on and improving our relationships with small, minority- and woman-owned businesses, ensuring opportunities for all suppliers.