Doing business with CalSTRS
Thank you for your interest in doing business with CalSTRS. We are committed to socially and environmentally responsible business practices and acquire goods and services in the best interest of CalSTRS, its members and beneficiaries. CalSTRS’ competitive purchasing process follows State of California laws.
Business opportunities will be posted here on this site, solicited directly or advertised with Cal eProcure. We invite you to review advertised opportunities and purchasing methods. Questions regarding solicitation methods or business opportunities can be directed to Procurement@CalSTRS.com or 916-414-4880.
Vendors selected to do business with CalSTRS are required to register in our online accounting system, the Supplier Self-Service Portal (SUS).
Registration in the SUS portal allows CalSTRS to establish a contract, purchase order and to schedule payments.
Please contact Partners at Partners@CalSTRS.com to request a registration form and instructions. Read more about the registration process in our FAQ.
Questions about finding a SB or DVBE subcontractor or becoming a SB or DVBE subcontractor can be directed to CalSTRS SB/DVBE Advocate at:
CalSTRS SB/DVBE Advocate
100 Waterfront Place, MS #30
West Sacramento, CA 95605
CalSTRS contractors with an active contract value of $5,000,000 or more are directed to report compliance with federal sanctions as identified on the U.S. Department of the Treasury and Executive Order N-6-22 to provide CalSTRS a written report describing what steps, if any, have been taken in response to Russia's actions in Ukraine.
For more information
- Ukraine-/Russia-related Sanctions (U.S. Department of the Treasury)
- Governor Newsom Orders State Agencies to Ensure Contracts Comply with Sanctions on Russia, Calls on California Businesses and Organizations to Support Ukraine (California Governor)