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Doing Business with the CSU

Doing Business with the CSU

​Working hand-in-hand with California's businesses and communities is essential for the California State University to function and thrive. The CSU's Chancellor's Office offers many opportunities to collaborate with businesses across the ​state.

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The California State University ​​oversees the maintenance of more than 2,000 buildings.

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Th​e full economic impact of direct CSU-related expenditures is estimated at nearly $17 billion.

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As o​f spring 2016, the CSU system had 36 LEED-

certified projects at the silver, gold or platinum level.






Campus Planning, Design & Construction

This site provides step-by-step instructions, forms, and templates needed to develop and maintain CSU campus buildings and facilities.

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Contract Services and Procurement (CSP)

CSP serves as the Chancellor's Office's purchasing and contracting department, procuring materials, supplies, services, IT resources and much more.

Learn About CSP's Work
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Public Solicitation & Vendor Registration

Register as a new CSU vendor and find bid opportunities on Cal eProcure.

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Small Business/Disabled/Veteran-Owned Business Enterprise (SBE/DVBE)

The Chancellor's Office actively seeks to do business with small businesses and those owned by disabled individuals and veterans.

Learn About Prequalifying as a Contractor