office supplies
technology solutions
facility and break room
office furniture
promotional products

The State of Maryland

Rudolph’s has proudly been providing the State of Maryland with Office Supplies for over 20 years. We value the relationships we have built with each department in the State. As a Small, Woman and Minority Owned Business Enterprise, we offer the best service and competitive pricing, ensuring the highest level of performance for State Buyers. 100% of your spend with Rudolph’s counts toward your Minority Spend Goal. Our punch-out catalog is available on eMaryland Marketplace.

City of Baltimore
Rudolph’s has been a proud partner with the City of Baltimore for over 20 years. Rudolph’s holds contracts with the City for office supplies, toners, paper and furniture. Rudolph’s assisted in implementing a City-wide Toner Recycling Program. As a Small, Woman and Minority Owned Business Enterprise, 100% of the City’s spend with Rudolph’s counts toward the City’s MBE Spend goals. Our punch-out catalog for the City of Baltimore is available on CitiBuy.

Prince George’s County Government
Rudolph’s has partnered with Prince George’s County Government for over 15 years. As a Certified Minority Business Enterprise with Prince George’s County (07-3652), 100% of Prince George’s County Government’s spend with Rudolph’s counts towards their MBE Spend goals. Rudolph’s currently holds contracts for office supplies, toner, paper, furniture and promotional products.

Howard County Government
Rudolph’s has proudly served Howard County Government for 5 years. Rudolph’s provides office supplies and furniture. Rudolph’s currently holds the BRCPC Furniture Contract, which was renewed through Howard County Government this year.

Carroll County Public Schools
Rudolph’s has been the proud school and office furniture partner of Carroll County Public Schools since July 2013. Carroll County Public Schools has 43 schools and a total enrollment of 28,000 students.


Many of these contracts are available for County and Local Governments to ride. For more information, please contact:

Christina Ensley, President