Please read the Open Checkbook Letter to Vendors posted on December 30, 2014. Enhancements have been made to allow the site to incorporate payment data from the Commonwealth’s quasi-public authorities.
New to VendorWeb? Please see the “How to Use VendorWeb” job aid for a description of system features and instructions.
The 2014 1099 forms are now available. Please visit our 1099 FAQ page for additional information and instructions on accessing and viewing your 1099.
Welcome to the VendorWeb site. Using this web site, vendors to the Commonwealth of Massachusetts can easily and quickly access their payment information -
view scheduled payments, view payment history, print the form to request Electronic Funds Transfer (EFT), and read news and updates of interest to vendors.
Massachusetts Open Checkbook Project
In order to make state spending information accessible to the public, the Executive Office for Administration and Finance, the Office of the Treasurer and the Office of the Comptroller have been working jointly on the Open Checkbook Project. On December 5, the public will be able to search state spending from three different perspectives for a specific vendor, for a specific secretariat or department, or for a particular spending category or sub-category. The pages will provide summarized information that the public will be able to explore for further detail, going down to the payment line level. To help answer any questions about the project, a
pre-recorded webcast for the Commonwealth Vendors will be posted to VendorWeb November 28. Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ’s) are included in the memo to the Commonwealth Vendors.
Electronic Funds Transfer (EFT)
Electronic Funds Transfer (EFT) is the expected method for all payments due to increased efficiency, reduced costs, and secure payments to our payees/vendors.
Therefore, all contract vendors are expected to be paid via electronic payments by December 31, 2011.
Hardship exceptions for vendors in contract relationships are not expected.
In order to receive payment through EFT, vendors must complete the EFT form. The completed form must be submitted to the department you are doing business with to activate.
If you are doing business with more than one department you only need to fill out one form and send it to one department. Please click here for further information.
If you are currently receiving your payments electronically then you do not have to take any action.