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Audit Services Master Contract (ASMC) for Maryland State Agencies (2020-2025)

Welcome! The Department of General Services (DGS) Office of State Procurement (OSP) master contract for Auditing Services is available for all State agencies to use. State agencies contract on a competitive Task Order Request for Proposals (TORFP) basis with licensed Certified Public Accounting (CPA) firms that are pre-qualified to perform audit services for the State.

Audit services may be required for an entire agency, a specific program or other component of an agency, or a contract being performed for an agency or component program. DGS OSP has awarded to 18 Master Contractors that are qualified as CPA firms to perform these audits.

Working with the DGS Vendor Management Office (VMO), the Agency creates a Task Order RFP using the Task Order Process.

If you are from a State Agency designated under SFP §14-501(b), TORFPs can be designated exclusively for Small Business. Small Business Reserve-designated TORFPs that will be distributed exclusively to Small Businesses as described in the RFP Section 4.37​.


For questions and to get started please contact:

Contract Management Office
Department of General Services
Office of State Procurement
45 Calvert Street
Annapolis, MD 21401​

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