Supplier Resources

PWC has a strategic priority to encourage growth of economic opportunities for our region. We actively seek out opportunities to partner with regional suppliers to accomplish the work of the utility and to increase Local Supplier Spend.

The PWC Supply Chain team is here to support businesses interested in PWC opportunities. PWC develops procurement strategies, aligned with department needs for goods, services and technology. Supply Chain staff also assists with vendor registration, vendor performance and vendor relationship management.

Feel free to reach out to staff for assistance:

Nikole Bohannon

Small Local Supplier Program Manager



Brandie Grubb
Local Vendor Analyst
910- 223-4271

iSupplier Portal

Supplier self-service portal for current or new vendors.

Minority Women-Owned Small Business Enterprise (MWBE)

City/PWC Disparity Study

The City of Fayetteville and PWC have embarked on Fayetteville’s First Disparity Study. Click here to learn more

The study will analyze what is purchased by the two local government entities, what vendors are used to procure these goods & services and will gather information on willing and able Local, Women and Minority-owned businesses in the MSA that may be able to fulfill the purchasing needs of the City and PWC. The study will be used to identify any disparities that may exist and will provide recommendations to address those disparities.

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Receive weekly emails of formal and/or publicized opportunities and information regarding business events hosted by PWC by registering at the link above.

PWC Purchasing Needs

Fayetteville PWC procures a wide range of goods, construction, construction repair, technology, professional services, and general services that support our electric, water, and sewer operations. To learn more about the types of procurement needs PWC has click the link above and review a full list of commodities.

How to Do Business with PWC

How to Do Business with PWC booklet

Click on the image above for details on How to Do Business with PWC:


Follow the link above to find more information regarding Frequently Asked Questions.

Supplier Point of Contact:  SLS@faypwc.com

Suppliers looking into their  first PWC opportunity, researching "How to do Business with PWC", or current supplier reporting  on a current project, please feel free to reach out. We are here to provide you with the information necessary to learn more about PWC opportunities.

Business Support

North Carolina Government Contracting Assistance Program (GCAP) 

GCAP educates business associates on how to obtain contracts by providing comprehensive assistance in selling products and services to local, state and federal government agencies. The core of the Government Contracting Assistance Program is confidential, one-on-one counseling, offered free of charge.

Your Source for Fayetteville, Cumberland, and Hoke County Contracting Opportunities.