PSEG Long Island’s mission is to deliver best-in-class results for our clients, employees and communities
PSEG Long Island accepts Minority and Women Business Enterprise (MWBE) diversity certifications from the New York Empire State Development (ESD) Corporation and Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Business (SDVOB) certifications from the New York State Office of General Services (OGS). Diverse suppliers provide PSEG Long Island with a host of materials and services annually.
At PSEG Long Island, our policy is to encourage the development of minority, women and service-disabled veteran owned businesses consistent with established corporate goals.
We are committed to maintaining strong, active relationships with a diverse supply base in an effort to support the communities we serve. PSEG Long Island takes into consideration as much information and data as possible about each supplier to make informed buying decisions.
In accordance with New York State law, PSEG Long Island has implemented the following procedures:
How to Do Business with PSEG Long Island
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Our Vendor Pool – Private Sector Firms Doing Business with PSEG Long Island
WHAT WE BUY
In accordance with Executive Law Article 15-A, PSEG Long Island may only recognize minority or women-owned businesses certified by the Empire State Development Corp. (ESD), Division of Minority and Women’s Business Development. To become certified as a New York State MWBE, a business must apply through the Empire State Development’s Division of Minority and Women-Owned Business Development on the New York State Contract System website. ESD maintains a searchable directory of certified MWBEs. The search can be vendor specific, product specific or by market area.
Contact information to become a New York State certified MWBE Empire State Development
In accordance with Executive Law Article 17-B, PSEG Long Island may only recognize veteran owned businesses certified by the New York State Office of General Services (OGS), Division of Service-Disabled Veteran’s Business Development. To become certified as a New York State SDVOB, a business must apply through the Office of General Services website. OGS maintains a searchable directory of certified SDVOBs. The search can be vendor specific, product specific or by market area.
Contact information to become a New York State certified SDVOB Division of Service-Disabled Veterans’ Business Development
The following partial list represents the variety of goods and services generally purchased by PSEG Long Island: