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DC Water has hundreds of contracts in place for construction, engineering, and goods and services. DC Water Construction, architecture, and engineering contracts range from several thousand to several hundred million dollars for projects related to the infrastructure repairs, modernization of facilities and processes for treating and transporting biosolids and limiting sewer overflows as well as for projects involving sewage, stormwater, water storage and water distribution systems.

DC Water has contracts and purchase orders for goods and services worth over two hundred million dollars.  These contracts range from various water and wastewater treatment chemicals, plant equipment and maintenance parts, industrial supplies and equipment, various types of pipes, all types of professional services (management, IT, legal, financial, etc.), media, fleet vehicles and parts, marine equipment, catering, facility services, IT hardware and software, telecommunication services, office supplies, security service, uniforms, and utility services. 

Please visit How To Do Business with DC Water for more information on how you can become a DC Water’s approved vendor.

Business Diversity and Inclusion

DC Water employs every reasonable effort to ensure full and equitable opportunities for local, small, minority, women-owned, and disadvantaged business enterprises to participate as prime contractors, subcontractors, and joint venture partners in contracts awarded by DC Water. Utilizing such efforts to achieve this mission will promote the economy of the District of Columbia and the region served by DC Water.  For more information on DC Water's efforts to promote equitable opportunities in procurement, visit Business Diversity and Inclusion.

Procurement Organization

DC Water Procurement is centralized and organized into 4 Centers of Excellence (COE) and has implemented the industry best practices in Category Management and Strategic Sourcing.  In addition, all capital procurements are now integrated into the centralized Procurement organization.  Please see the Procurement Leadership for the list of procurement contacts in different areas.

Procurement Leadership

Vice President, Procurement and Compliance
Dan Bae

Director of Procurement, Goods and Services
Joel Grosser

Director of Procurement, Capital Programs
Rudy Gonzalez

Director, Compliance and Business Development
Korey Gray

Manager, Category Management, Goods and Service
Teresa Scott
Steve Boemerman

Manager, Category Management, Capital Procurement
Reginald Scott
Kevin Bellamy

Manager, Material Management
Scott Perry

Manager, Purchasing Operations and Business Analysis
Paula Martinez

For General DC Water Procurement Inquiries

Additional information

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