Contracted out: How Maryland school districts do business

The Baltimore County Public Schools board made 2,734 recorded payments above $25,000 from FY2019 to FY2022 to 932 total distinct vendors. The school board paid these major vendors a total of $1,409,708,415 over that period.

This data does not contain payments to most local, state and federal government agencies such as the Internal Revenue Service or Maryland Board of Education, which are often the top vendor, because of inconsistencies among counties in interpreting the reporting law.

Explore the top 10 recipients of that money below, or browse our database for records from Baltimore County Public Schools.

Top 10 Vendors

Vendor Name Total Amount
Hewlett-Packard Company $146,956,232
WGL Energy Systems Inc. $39,008,996
Daly Computers Inc $37,680,961
North Point Builders Inc $36,442,575
Baltimore Gas & Electric $33,772,747
Johnson Controls $33,377,778
Urban N Zink Contractor Inc $32,265,841
Huntington & Hopkins Inc $31,314,947
Towson Mechanical $28,791,925
CDW Government Inc $27,772,182

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Between FY2019 and FY2022, Baltimore County Public Schools paid a combined $146,956,232 to the vendor Hewlett-Packard Company, which is the school board's top recipient across all payments.

Hover over the bars on the chart below to see the top vendors over the observed years, or hover over the line graph to see the total spending from this school district by year.

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