Welcome to NJSTART, our new eProcurement system, which puts the power to do business with the State into your hands.
The NJSTART vendor portal is operational. If you are already registered in NJSTART we invite you to use the portal’s many new “one-stop shop” features that were developed at your request.
NJSTART’s Registered Vendor Search engine enable the public to easily find the nearly 6,000 registered vendors by name, location, commodity codes, and other various business classifications.
We thank you for registering with us and are committed to enhancing your experience. Please provide us with your feedback using the Help Desk Support Feature.
If you haven’t registered yet, there is still time to do so before the transition to NJSTART is completed. Registration is fast and easy. Why not do it today by clicking on the banner below?
Visit this page often for additional updates and instructions.
The following Vendor Quick Reference Guides are provided to help most questions on how to use NJSTART.
REGISTRATION: Enrolling/Maintaining Your Company in NJSTART
New One Stop for Vendor Profiles and Form Management
Registered Vendor Search
The following link provides a complete list of the vendor forms required to do business with the State of New Jersey.
Please note: NJSTART forms will not be accepted until the system goes live which is anticipated for summer 2015
By using NJSTART, vendors can now complete, store and update shortened versions of many of the forms in their profile. In some cases, vendors may not be required to complete a form at all. It’s important to ensure that this information is correct and up to date; otherwise submissions may be deemed non-responsive.
Help Desk Support
NJ START email support: email@example.com
NJ START Phone Support – (609) 341-3500
Staffed Monday to Friday 8:30am to 4:30pm
Remittance address changes, W-9 forms, and updated ACH forms
All existing vendors must still provide any changes in information such as remittance address changes, new W-9 forms and updated ACH forms to the Office of Management and Budget (“OMB”) for processing. Otherwise, these changes will not take effect.
All new vendors must provide a W-9 form to the Office of Management and Budget and the ACH form (if electing direct deposit). If vendors do not complete this process, they will not be paid.