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Welcome to the USPTO Vendor Portal

The USPTO Vendor Portal provides convenient access to the services and information below:

Invoice submission

Submit your invoices electronically and receive confirmation and status of payment.

Contract deliverable submission

Submit your contract deliverables electronically, including contractor actuals deliverables, and receive confirmation
and status of receipt. For contractor actuals, there are additional validations to ensure all errors are identified prior to submission.

View contract information

Retrieve new and existing contract information with the USPTO.

For more information on how to get access to the site, please visit the Vendor Portal Information page. For support, please contact


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