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For Suppliers


Payment Methods


The State of Delaware offers three methods of payment – SUA (Single Use Accounts) payments, ACH (Automated Clearing House) payments, and traditional check payments. SUA and ACH are electronic payment methods.

SUA payment is the State’s quickest and most secure method of payment, offered in conjunction with our relationship with JPMorgan Chase. This method is a card-based payment solution and provides a onetime use virtual credit card number through a secure email. The payment is then processed through the recipient’s normal point of sale system. There is a fee associated with each payment transmitted.

ACH payment is bank to bank transfer of payment – payment is transferred from the State’s bank account directly to the bank account provided through the eSupplier registration. The State maintains your information for your banking relationship, bank name, routing number and account number in our secure database. This information is provided to the State’s banking partner when payment is issued.

Traditional check payment is the slowest method of payment and the most susceptible to fraud. Checks are prepared by the Office of the State Treasurer and mailed through the USPS.

Single Use Accounts (SUA) Program


The State is currently participating in a recruitment campaign with JPMorgan Chase to encourage enrollment in the SUA Program. All communications for this recruitment are approved by the Division of Accounting and conducted with the knowledge of the State’s SUA Team.

For further information on our payment methods or specific questions, please contact the team at FSF_Supplier_Maintenance@delaware.gov or FSF_SUA_INQUIRIES@delaware.gov or by phone at (302) 526-5600.

State of Delaware eSupplier Portal


Access the State of Delaware eSupplier Portal

esupplier.erp.delaware.gov

The State of Delaware eSupplier Portal is a secure login site for new suppliers to register and existing suppliers to manage their information. The State does not accept IRS Form W-9, instead all suppliers are required to register through the eSupplier Portal.

Successful submission and approval of a new supplier registration enables the creation of a State of Delaware supplier record. The Taxpayer ID (SSN or EIN) and supplier name are submitted to the Internal Revenue Service for “matching.” If the Taxpayer ID and name do not match, the supplier record cannot be approved.

Existing suppliers who have not previously registered through the eSupplier Portal will need to obtain a user ID and password in order to submit changes to their State of Delaware supplier record.

Detailed instructions for submitting new registrations, obtaining user IDs and passwords, and submitting change requests are located on the FAQs / Contact Us page of the eSupplier Portal.

Please Note: The eSupplier Portal does not contain invoices, payment history, or payment details for payments made to suppliers.

If you have questions about completing this form or specific comments about a form that you have submitted, please contact the supplier maintenance team by phone at 302-672-5000 or by email at FSF_Supplier_Maintenance@delaware.gov.

IRS Form 1099 Information


The State of Delaware provides Internal Revenue Service Form 1099-MISC to all service providers for each tax year.

If you have misplaced or did not receive a Form 1099-MISC, copies are available by completing the form below.

If requesting duplicate 1099’s for multiple tax years, please complete a separate form for each tax year. There will be a $5.00 administrative fee for each tax year requested. You may combine the fees and submit a single check for the total amount due. Checks should be made payable to the State of Delaware. The duplicate 1099(s) will be mailed to the supplier’s mailing address listed on the form.

1099 Request Form

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