Office of Contracting & Procurement
Linden Hall, Suite 136
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Doing business with Rowan
This page contains information for current and future vendors of Rowan University.
Vendor shall comply with Rowan’s Standard Terms and Conditions. Any specific vendor terms that conflict with the University’s Terms & Conditions must be clearly stated on the quote submitted for consideration. Any conflict that cannot be resolved will cause the quote to be deemed non responsive.
The University is Tax Exempt .
Only the Office of Contracting & Procurement have the authority to obligate the University for the purchase of goods and services. Any purchases made outside this policy become the sole liability of the individual making the purchase.
Rowan, as a State University, is required to comply with The New Jersey Prompt Payment Act which guarantees payment within sixty (60) days. It should be noted that, Rowan’s internal policy is that we pay all invoices received within thirty (30) days of receipt of the good/service or the invoice whenever possible.
Please click here for a printable guide to doing business with Rowan University.
In order to establish a business relationship with Rowan University, the following documents are required:
In addition to the above forms, Vendors are asked to enroll in NJSTART, the State of New Jersey’s new eProcurement portal!
This solution is designed to streamline the procurement process and make it more efficient for companies looking to do business with the State, especially when the purchase amount is $17,500 or above. NJ State Agencies are required to adhere to specific purchasing rules and public laws when the amount spent with any given vendor reaches that amount. The $17,500 threshold applies to single purchases, leases, rental agreements, etc. It applies to the total amount spent with each vendor in any given fiscal year.
By enrolling in NJSTART, Rowan can easily see what certifications your company may or may not have, thus accelerating the purchasing process by gathering necessary paperwork early on. This will also facilitate doing business with ANY NJ State Agency, not just Rowan University!
Please ENROLL now. Registration is easy and takes only a few minutes.
Suppliers can also create their own vendor profiles through the portal, eliminating the need to file duplicate forms every time they submit a proposal for a new contract. Also, NJSTART’s business interface allows for the submission of electronic W-9s for the first time, and it expands the quantity of electronic payments enabling prompt payment.
What Rowan Looks for in Vendors & Suppliers:
Rowan University bids are available to all vendors. It is the goal of The Office of Contracting & Procurement to create fair and equal opportunities to ensure quality and competitiveness among vendors. Rowan also makes an effort to promote small, minority, and/or woman owned businesses and recognizes the importance of diversity when establishing relationships. The University looks to establish efficient and convenient service and processes for its internal users and vendors.
The Office of Contracting & Procurement has a section on its website where available bids can be located. You can find these by choosing the "Bids" category from the side-bar or by selecting the following link: