Supplier Registration Policy
This policy establishes the registration requirements for those wishing to do business with the university. These requirements are necessary to maintain compliance with various federal and local requirements, including but not limited to those relating to anti-kickback, anti-terrorism, debarment, equal opportunity, lobbying, and tax reporting.
Who is Governed by this Policy
To aid the university in complying with applicable federal and local laws and regulations, prospective suppliers must register with the university by completing an online registration at iSupplyGW, or by the completion of documentation in accordance with the type of payment requested as outlined in the iSupplyGW Supplier Registration Handbook. Both the handbook and additional registration information can be found on the Procurement website under Doing Business with GW.
Suppliers must agree to abide by the university's Standard Purchase Order Terms and Conditions as well as the Supplier Code of Conduct. All supplier must complete the IRS forms as defined in the iSupplyGW Supplier Registration Handbook. When acquiring goods and services under federally sponsored programs, the university will not contract with a vendor who is currently either debarred or suspended from doing business with the federal government. Payments shall not be made to a supplier until the applicable supplier registration forms have been received and approved by the university.
Supplier Registration Packet: Documentation required for all international and exempt individuals and companies wishing to perform services for or provide goods to GW. For further information see the iSupplyGW Registration Handbook.
|Contact||Phone Number||Email Address|
|Procurement and Travel Services||202-994-2500||[email protected]|
|Tax Department||571-553-8313||[email protected]|
Responsible University Official: Associate Vice President, Supply Chain
Responsible Office: Procure-to-Pay
Non-compliance with this policy can be reported through this website.