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Vendor Registration

Maricopa County Special Health Care District dba Maricopa Integrated Health System (“MIHS”) uses the State of Arizona’s ProcureAZ eProcurement system for Supplier and Vendor registration.

To register as a supplier/vendor for MIHS, visit the ProcureAZ website at the link below and click on the “Register” link.  There is no cost to register.

ProcureAZ Supplier/Vendor Registration website:  https://procure.az.gov/bso/

For assistance on the registration process for the ProcureAZ eProcurement System, please contact the ProcureAZ Help Desk at (602) 542-7600 or email procure@azdoa.gov Monday through Friday from 8:00am to 5:00pm MST

If you are already registered with ProcureAZ as a State of Arizona Supplier/Vendor, there is no need to take further action unless you wish to add or delete products or services from your current registration file that will be unique to MIHS.

Vendor Resources for registering and use of the State of Arizona’s ProcureAZ eProcurement system:https://procure.az.gov/bso/


For Construction and Architect and Engineering related procurements (Article 5), MIHS uses the registration website of the State of Arizona Procurement Office and can be found here:

https://procure.az.gov/bso/

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