Doing Business with Superior Court
Our vision is to revolutionize the way people conduct business with Fulton Superior Court. We strive to provide a top-quality experience to each client whenever they need to conduct business with our court, by providing easy-to-use system and processes, while dispensing intelligent and accurate answers and easy-to-follow instructions to get business done. The Court may at times leverage Georgia Statewide Contracts and other cooperative purchasing agreements to procure commodities and services.
All vendors must be registered vendor with Fulton County Government. You may register as a vendor HERE. To complete the vendor registrations process, you will need to provide a completed W-9 and copy of your most recent business license (business license is not needed for individuals). Fulton County Government is tax-exempt and Net 30.
- Using BIDNET, businesses can register to view and submit their bid for Fulton County business opportunities. Click HERE to learn more.
- You may register as a vendor HERE.
- Download vendor registration steps HERE (link the steps to register).
- If you have questions or concerns regarding becoming a prospective vendor, please reach out to our County’s Department of Purchasing and Contract Compliance at 404-612-5800.
- Active vendors will need to periodically update their vendor registration profile in the following instances:
- New physical address
- New remittance (payment) address
- New vendor contact liaison
- Vendor name has changed
- Vendor Banking information has changed
- Accounts Payable disburses all payments based on the default method of payment selected on your vendor profile.
- An invoice is required to receive payment from the County. You may view invoice requirements HERE. The absence of required invoice information will delay payment disbursement.
- Submit your invoices and inquiries to Superior Court invoices SCA.INVOICE@fultoncountyga.gov
- International suppliers have a separate registration requirement dependent on the Visa type, reason for payment and location that service/activity will be performed.
- United States Homeland Security (IRS, U.S. Immigration, and Department of Treasury) dictates taxation rules, treaty eligibility, and work authorizations that we must abide by when paying foreign individuals/entities.
- All international suppliers will be paid via EFT (Electronic Funds Transfer). EFT information will be collected at the time of registration. International suppliers should have the appropriate tax documentation current and readily available:
- Form W-8BEN, Certificate of Foreign Status of Beneficial Owner for United States Tax Withholding
- W-8BEN-E, Certificate of Status of Beneficial Owner for United States Tax Withholding (Entity)
- Form W-8ECI, Certificate of Foreign Person's Claim That Income Is Effectively Connected With the Conduct of a Trade or Business in the United States
- Form W-8EXP, Certificate of Foreign Government or Other Foreign Organization for United States Tax Withholding
- Form W-8IMY, Certificate of Foreign Intermediary, Foreign Flow-Through Entity, or Certain U.S. Branches for United States Tax Withholding
For questions or concerns regarding an International Vendor Registration, please contact the Department of Purchasing and Contract Compliance at 404-612-5800