After-the-Fact Purchase Orders (AFPOs)

A key control for PG&E is having a purchase order in place for each good or service we purchase from your organization before any work begins.

We will be investigating and installing corrective actions for each instance where an after-the-fact purchase order has to be issued. Please register the AFPO activity in the application link below to report situations where you have already commenced work without a purchase order first being issued.

AFPO Registration

Bid Opportunities

Interested in working with PG&E? Find available opportunities and learn how to apply.


Discover Supply Chain Responsibility

Learn about our supplier code of conduct, environmental sustainability and supplier diversity programs


Register your company as a potential PG&E supplier. You may also login to your account for maintenance or reporting.

Visit The Supplier Profile Registration And Maintenance

Supplier Quality Requirements for Materials

Please be sure to read and understand our Supplier Quality Requirements for Materials and our Supplier Qualification Manual.

High Risk Materials for Supplier Quality

Suppliers that provide material that is considered “high risk” are required to be ISO 9001 certified. Please access the documents below for a list of material families that are risk ranked as “high”.

eSCR: The Electronic Supplier Change Request Program

PG&E automated the Supplier Change Request (SCR) program, an improvement that makes it easier for suppliers to comply with the SCR process and continue to ensure that their materials conform to specifications.

Learn more about eSCR

Damage Prevention Institute (DPI) Standard for Contractors Performing Excavation

Find out what PG&E contractors need to do before beginning any excavation work.

Learn More About the Danage Prevention Institute Standard

Enterprise Contractor Safety

Find more information about PG&E’s commitment to contractor safety.

Visit PG&E Enterprise Contractor Safety

Wildfire Prevention

Due to climate and environmental issues in the state of California, wildfire is a significant threat needing attention for prevention and mitigation. Therefore, PG&E has revised procedural standards to best support addressing this urgent situation.

All suppliers working in the field are expected to adhere to these requirements taking responsibility for actions which could potentially cause wildfire. This includes awareness of wildfire risk in geographic areas where work is to be performed, properly outfitting vehicles and personnel with adequate training and tools; ensuring each individual is accountable for preventing and mitigating potential wildfire risk.

Find out about the joint utility process

Is your company seeking access to PG&E's underground conduits? Learn about our process and requirements.

Visit Underground conduit access

Is your company seeking access to PG&E's pole top antennas? Learn about our process and requirements.

Visit Pole Top Antenna Access

Is your company seeking access to PG&E's standard (non-antenna) pole tops? Learn about our process and requirements.

Visit Standard (non-antenna) overhead access