Frequently Asked Questions
- Who needs to register in Vendor database?
- I have completed my registration. What is the next step?
- How long will it take to be notified if my Vendor registration has been accepted?
- How long is my registration valid?
- When I complete the registration process, am I an approved Vendor?
- How do I become an approved Vendor?
- What if I don't provide all the requested data?
- What is a Dun and Bradstreet (DUNS) Number?
- What is NAICS Code?
Who needs to register in Vendor database?
All Vendors (diverse and non-diverse) are required to register to be evaluated by Procurement, Quality, or Engineering.
I have completed my registration. What is the next step?
Your registration will be available to all Everbrite personnel for evaluation as needs arise for the products/services you offer. If an opportunity arises that matches your capabilities, Everbrite will contact you and provide next steps.
How long will it take to be notified if my Vendor registration has been accepted?
On successfully completing the registration process, a confirmation will pop up that your submittal has been accepted by the system.
How long is my registration valid?
Your registration is valid for 1 year and must be updated annually to continue to be valid.
When I complete the registration process, am I an approved Vendor?
No. Successfully completing the registration process provides you with the opportunity to be considered by procurement or engineering for inclusion in future RFP or RFQ opportunities within your capabilities portfolio. It does not confirm you as an approved Vendor.
How do I become an approved Vendor?
To become an approved Vendor, you must complete the registration process, be identified for a future business opportunity, successfully be chosen thru a formal or informal RFQ or RFP process, and then complete our supplier qualification process.
What if I don't provide all the requested data?
Failure to provide all the requested will cause your application to be rejected. All required data fields must be completed in order for your application to be accepted.
What is a Dun and Bradstreet (DUNS) Number?
A DUNS number is a nine-digit number issued by Dun & Bradstreet, Inc. to identify each corporate location of a business. Most companies already have a DUNS number. If you do not have a DUNS number, D&B will provide one at no cost.
What is NAICS Code?
All firms need to identify their primary NAICS codes. NAICS is the North American Industry Classification System Code which is used to provide common definitions of industries across the U.S., Mexico, and Canada.