Learn about first steps and program options.
Thanks for your interest in being a USPS supplier. In order to keep our universal mail service at cost-effective and competitive prices, we do business with large and small suppliers that provide performance excellence. In promoting and developing a diverse supplier base, we continue to ensure that no supplier is excluded from opportunities or given preference to compete based on race, color, religion, gender, age, or national origin.
The Postal Service’s supply chain philosophy is built on the following four guiding principles:
Get started with the following information on how to become a potential supplier:
All suppliers interested in doing business with the Postal Service must register their organization in our Supplier Registration eSourcing system.
USPS has created the Unsolicited Proposal Program (UPP) to give companies and entrepreneurs the opportunity to offer their best ideas.
The Approved Postal Provider® Programs extend the reach of shipping and mailing services so customers can mail letters or ship packages from alternate locations near where they live, work, and shop.
Provide postal products and services to the public at your owned or leased location.