Doing Business with PWC
CURRENT BID OPPORTUNITIES










All project details, project documents, addenda, sign-in sheets, points of contact, including pre-bid and bid opening details and bid tabs from previous opportunities can be found at the PWC website:

If you are interested in subcontracting opportunities, please feel free to attend pre-bid meetings/calls and bid openings. All details for each bid are listed within each opportunity. Sign-in sheets from pre-bids are also posted publicly on the PWC purchasing website when applicable.

Fore more information, please feel free to reach out with any questions: Lexi.Hasapis@faypwc.com / 910-223-4607

Are you interested in becoming a PWC Vendor?
Sign up on the PWC Procurement Website:

Fore more information or to set up a one-on-one appointment,
please feel free to reach out to:

Are you a current PWC vendor?

Request access to iSupplier TODAY!

If you would like access to the vendor portal, please email: iSupplier@faypwc.com.
Our new iSupplier Vendor Portal enables web-based communication between PWC Buyers and PWC Suppliers.

Examples of actions vendors can take in the portal:
  • Adding products & services codes based on NAICS codes
  • Adding certifications
  • Adding a local classification if your business has a presence in Cumberland, Harnett and/or Hoke County
  • Updating address and POC information
  • Submitting invoices
  • Communicate with Buyers regarding Purchase Orders
  • Send advanced shipping notifications

In the future, iSupplier may be used for Request for Quotes (RFQs), real-time bidding and
additional streamlined vendor processes.

If you would like access to the vendor portal, please email: iSupplier@faypwc.com.
PWC staff will send you a computer generated invite. If you or a member of your staff are in need of additional assistance, please do not hesitate to email us to set up a one-on-one session.
Contracting Support
&
Business Resources
Check out www.faybids.com for links to many local business resources!
  • Meeting Space
  • Printing
  • Business Capital
  • Business Counseling
  • Classes & Workshops
  • Bonding
  • Human Resource Solutions
  • Certification Assistance
  • Bid/RFP Supportive Services
  • Guidance for Businesses Impacted by Coronavirus
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The Study will determine the effectiveness of the current policies related to local, minority, and women owned businesses and recommend modifications and adjustments, if necessary, to the City of Fayetteville and Fayetteville Public Works Commission's policies.

All vendors are encouraged to get involved!

For more information, upcoming events and points of contact:
The business services team can provide customized services at minimal to no-cost to help your business
maintain and grow.

Services for
Businesses include:

  • Job Postings
  • Education and Training Brokering
  • Candidate Referrals
  • Space to Conduct Job Interviews
  • Job Fairs
  • Information on Tax Credits for Eligible Staff Development
  • Employee New Hires
  • HR Support
  • Information on Federal Bonding
  • Subsidized On-the-Job Training
  • And More!

For more information, please contact 
Teddy Warner, Business Services Manager at 910-475-7855.

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Selling to the Government
North Carolina Government Contracting Assistance Program (GCAP) is here to assist you at the Fayetteville State location!

The core of the Government Contracting Assistance Program is confidential, one-on-one counseling, offered free of charge. The GCAP counselors located throughout North Carolina can help you:

  • Complete mandatory/beneficial registrations
  • Search government databases to identify opportunities
  • Research contracts award histories
  • Prepare capability statements
  • Understand solicitation requirements and terminology
  • Locate specifications and standards
  • Review bids and proposals
  • Identify eligibility for economic development programs and complete applicable certifications
  • Address contract performance issues and prepare for audits
  • Provide “up to the minute” information on government procurement processes and procedures
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