Frequently Asked Questions


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Q: I am not a supplier, but have some questions regarding AT&T.

Q: How can I get a phone number or email address of a purchasing manager to discuss a product or service my company offers?

Q: My Company is registered in the AT&T Prospective Supplier Database, what is the next step?

Q: I am a certified minority-owned, women-owned, or disabled veteran-owned vendor. How can I do business with AT&T?

Q: How can I get in touch with an AT&T purchasing manager?

Q: I have a new product/service idea I would like to share with AT&T, what do I do next?

Q: Where can I see a list of Request for Proposals (RFP)to bid on?

Q: I would like to find out what jobs are available at AT&T.

Q: How do I get a supplier/vendor number?




Q: I am not a supplier, but have some questions regarding AT&T.
A: For general information about the new AT&T, please visit http://www.att.com.

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Q: How can I get a phone number or email address of a purchasing manager to discuss a product or service my company offers?
A: If you have a new product/service idea and would like to share with AT&T you can E-mail us with your idea. Additionally, the AT&T Foundry offers innovators a way to collaborate with us through the AT&T Developer Program.

If you are a prospective supplier, you can register your company in the AT&T Prospective Supplier Database. Prospective suppliers will only be contacted when additional information is required about their company, product, or service.

Registration in the AT&T Prospective Supplier Database does not imply a contract, or an intent to purchase by AT&T.

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Q: My Company is registered in the AT&T Prospective Supplier Database, what is the next step?
A: A confirmation email with a registration ID and password will be sent within 24 hours of your Company’s completed registration.

You can access AT&T Prospective Supplier Database at anytime to update your company profile by using your registration ID and password.

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Q: I am a certified minority-owned, women-owned, or disabled veteran-owned vendor. How can I do business with AT&T?
A: All prospective suppliers, including certified minority-owned, woman-owned, or disabled veteran-owned businesses can register their company in the AT&T Prospective Supplier Database. Registration will capture your company’s diversity status.

For more information about AT&T Supplier Diversity, visit www.attsuppliers.com/sd/.

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Q: How can I get in touch with an AT&T purchasing manager?
A: AT&T does not provide purchasing contact information on the AT&T Prospective Supplier Database. If you are a prospective supplier, register your company in the AT&T Prospective Supplier Database.

Prospective suppliers will only be contacted when additional information is required about their company, product, or service.

Registration in the AT&T Prospective Supplier Database does not imply a contract, or an intent to purchase by AT&T.

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Q: I have a new product/service idea I would like to share with AT&T, what do I do next?
A: You can E-mail us with your idea. Additionally, the AT&T Foundry offers innovators a way to collaborate with us through the AT&T Developer Program.

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Q: Where can I see a list of Request for Proposals (RFP)to bid on?
A: We do not post a list of Request for Proposals (RFP).

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Q: I would like to find out what jobs are available at AT&T.
A: Please see the AT&T Careers website for more information regarding AT&T jobs.

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Q: How do I get a supplier/vendor number?
A: Suppliers are assigned a unique number only when an AT&T contract is setup. If you do not know your Company’s supplier/vendor number, contact the AT&T representative listed in your Company’s contract.

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