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Doing Business with the Airport

The following steps are necessary to do business with Hartsfield-Jackson Airport:

  • You must register your company with the City’s iSupplier system by completing an application.
  • You must have a valid e-mail account to begin the registration process.
  • Current City Suppliers who have not registered in this system must re-register their company in this iSupplier system as a prospective supplier.
  • Prospective Suppliers click here for registration.
    • Enter all your company information. Field names that have an * are mandatory fields and must be completed in order to register.
    • Your application will be electronically processed by the City’s iSupplier Administrator.
  • Once your application is approved, you will receive a confirmation e-mail with your City of Atlanta Total Solution (CATS) iSupplier username and password.
  • Please use your username and password to log-on to complete your supplier profile registration process.
  • After completion of registration process, you are now eligible to be placed on the City’s bidder’s list for the good(s) and service(s) that you provide.
  • Once you are awarded a contract, the City requires a vendor to be licensed to do business in the State of Georgia. A City of Atlanta license may be obtained also.
  • The Office of Contract Compliance (“OCC”) is another office that plays an important role in the bid process. The Contract Employment Report Form ("CER") found in the Bidder's Application Package is reviewed by OCC. Additionally, certification for minority and female business enterprise status is handled through OCC.

Concession Database

Thank you for your interest in doing business with the City of Atlanta’s Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport. Numerous opportunities become available throughout the year for Food and Beverage, Retail, Business and Entertainment and Services contracts at the Airport. These opportunities are posted on the City of Atlanta website at These contracts will be awarded to companies/firms through the designated procurement process for each request or opportunity.

In the meantime, if you want to be notified of available opportunities with Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport as they are advertised, please register below.

Your contact information will be stored in our database and as opportunities become available, you will be notified to download the Request for Proposals (RFP), Request for Qualifications (RFQ) or Invitation to Bid (ITB) from the City of Atlanta website.

Please keep monitoring this Web site for more updates regarding the iSupplier system.

For ATL New Entrant requirements, please contact the Airport Marketing Division at 404-382-2402 or email

Current ATL Rates and Charges

Based on the information you provide and the items you select in the application, Department of Procurement (DOP) will inform you, by its Invitation to Bid notices, of projects out-for-bid or proposals. Additionally, all projects by DOP are advertised in local publications for two (2) consecutive weeks.

Frequently Asked Questions

Understanding the competitive sealed bid/proposal process:

  • The bid document is sent to DOP by the user agency.
  • The project is advertised.
  • The pre-bid/proposal conference is held, when applicable.
  • The vendor/contractor's bid submittals are due to DOP in accordance with the bid documents.
  • The bids are publicly opened and read by DOP staff.
  • For proposals, the names of the proponents are read publicly.
  • The user agency reviews the bid/proposal submittals.
  • A recommendation is submitted, by the user agency and OCC, to DOP for contract award.
  • The CPO, in consultation with the user agency, then recommends the award of a contract.
  • DOP prepares appropriate legislation for award, when applicable.
  • DOP prepares the appropriate contractual agreement/purchase order.
  • The contract agreement is forwarded to the contractor and a purchase order is issued.
  • The vendor/contractor signs the contract and provides the appropriate bonding and insurance information.
  • Once signed by the contractor, the contract is routed internally for the appropriate signatures.
  • The contract is officially executed after it is sealed by the Municipal Clerk.
  • Copies of the contract are distributed to the appropriate parties.
  • Finally, a Notice to Proceed ("NTP") is issued to the contractor to begin the work.
  • Hartsfield-Jackson Airport invites you to bid on its projects and looks forward to doing business with your company.