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Procurement Matching, Contracting Opportunities

  • Submitted on 23 September 2015

    Created on September 23, 2015

    The Doing Business With GSA Video Series gives small businesses the opportunity to learn more about doing business with the federal government when it’s convenient for them.

  • Submitted on 15 September 2015

    Created on September 15, 2015

    Federal ContractingThe U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) recently issued a final rule authorizing federal agencies to award sole-source contracts to women-owned small businesses eligible for the Woman-Owned Small Business (WOSB) Federal Contract Program. Effective October 14, 2015, the rule levels the playing field for women-owned small businesses across the federal contracting marketplace.

  • Submitted on 09 March 2015

    Created on March 9, 2015

    counselingcornerWhether you are an established small business or just getting started, join us on March 18 for GSA’s Office Small Business Utilization Small Business (OSBU) Development Fair.

    The fair will prepare you for opportunities available on our Forecast of Contracting Opportunities and upcoming GSA opportunities posted on Federal Business Opportunities. This is your chance to meet with GSA staff to ask questions and gather information that will help position your company to better understand how to win business.

    When:  Wednesday, March 18, 2015, 9:00 a.m. – 3:30 p.m.

    Where: GSA Conference Center, Room 1460, 1800 E Street NW, Washington, DC 20405


    9:00 – 9:30 a.m.

  • Submitted on 06 February 2015

    Created on February 6, 2015

    American Supplier Initiative with matchmaking eventsThe U.S. Small Business Administration will expand the American Supplier Initiative with matchmaking events that will be held throughout 2015.  The matchmaking events will help provide small businesses with the tools and resources needed to become effective suppliers and connect with federal and commercial supply chain opportunities.

    “The American Supplier Initiative is part of a comprehensive plan to create jobs through growing small businesses while also ensuring that America has a strong, deep and diverse supply chain,” said SBA Administrator Maria Contreras-Sweet.  “Becoming a corporate supplier can be a true catalyst for business growth, but accessing those supply chains can be challenging for small businesses.  The American Supplier Initiative exists to help our nation’s small businesses find their footing in these supply chains.”

  • Submitted on 13 January 2015

    Created on January 13, 2015

    Government Contracting - Government building with U.S. FlagThe U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) recently published a proposed rule to implement Section 1651 of the National Defense Authorization Act of 2013 (NDAA), proposing to change several key areas, including: the performance requirements applicable to small business and socioeconomic program set aside contracts and small business subcontracting, the non-manufacturer rule and affiliation rules, and the performance requirements for joint ventures. 

    If you’re a small business doing business with the government, the proposed rule includes a number of provisions that could impact you. Comments must be received on or before February 27, 2015.

    The highlights of the proposed revisions to the NDAA include:

  • Submitted on 13 November 2014

    Created on November 13, 2014


    HUBZone BenefitsThe Historically Underutilized Business Zones (HUBZone) program helps small businesses in urban and rural communities gain preferential access to federal procurement opportunities. Below are three new resources provided by the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) to help you explore this and other government contracting programs.

    • HUBZone Mini-Primer on Principal Office and 35 Percent -- This 15-minute presentation includes examples addressing the most commonly asked questions about how these requirements work. This information is important since 85 percent of companies are decertified for not being able to maintain either principal office or the employee residency requirement.

    • HUBZone Quick Facts -- this flier is a handy and visual snapshot of the HUBZone program that you can share with others in your community and network. 

    • Eight Tips for Finding Government Contracting Opportunities -- this blog post provides helpful tips and considerations for any small business looking to increase their revenue by doing business with the government.

  • Submitted on 30 October 2014

    Created on October 30, 2014

    San Francisco Bay Area Super Bowl 50 Host Committee & NFL Launch Business Connect to Link Bay Area's Diverse Business CommunityThe National Football League (NFL) and San Francisco Bay Area Super Bowl 50 Host Committee launched their Business Connect program to link Bay Area diverse businesses with contracting opportunities related to Super Bowl 50. "Super Bowl 50 is more than the NFL's marquee game of the year - it's a chance for the region's diverse business community to tap into opportunities for new contracts, work and business growth," said Keith Bruce, CEO of the Host Committee. "We're excited to unveil a program that directly benefits our local businesses. We have a vibrant and diverse business community in the Bay Area, and I'm confident that business owners who take advantage of this opportunity will benefit from their participation." 

  • Submitted on 30 June 2014

    Created on June 30, 2014

    SpotlightOriginally posted at SBA.gov Community

    “Government contracting.” “Small business certification.” You’ve heard the phrases before, but what do they really mean? And does it really matter for your small business? Maybe – and maybe not. Let’s cut through all the noise and define these phrases in a meaningful way for your entrepreneurial endeavors.

    What is government contracting?

    Government contracting is the process that lets you sell your goods or services to the government and its various agencies. The government has a contract, or agreement, with you whereby it purchases what you do or make. And U.S. government agencies buy a lot from small businesses – nearly $100 billion worth of goods and services each year! From market research to janitorial services, if you want to make the government your customer, there’s a good chance there’s a need for what you offer.

  • Submitted on 28 April 2014

    Created on April 28, 2014

    Open DialogThe Chief Acquisition Officers Council (CAOC), in coordination with the Federal Acquisition Regulatory Council (FAR Council), the Chief Information Officers Council (CIOC), the General Services Administration (GSA), and the Office of Management and Budget's (OMB) Office of Federal Procurement Policy (OFPP), is conducting an open dialogue to discuss improvements to the federal acquisition process.

    This dialogue is part of an ongoing effort to improve the effectiveness and efficiency of the federal acquisition system by identifying impactful steps that can be taken by agencies to improve the way they do business with the best companies and enter into contracts that allow these companies to provide their best solutions for the taxpayer. Submit your feedback by May 5, 2014.

  • Submitted on 04 March 2014

    Created on March 4, 2014
    Wednesday, March 5, 2014 - 10:00am to 2:00pm
    U.S. Department of Transportation Headquarters
    1200 New Jersey Ave SE
    Washington, DC 20590

    Women in Transportation Symposium: Promoting Future Industry LeadersThe U.S. Department of Transportation (USDOT) Office of Small Disadvantaged Business (OSDBU) invites you to the “Women In Transportation Symposium: Promoting Future Industry Leaders.” Hosted by the OSDBU, and in partnership with the National Association of Black Women in Construction (NABWIC), the event commemorates Women’s History Month by focusing on the empowerment of Women Owned Businesses and young women interested in careers within the transportation industry.

    Attendees will learn about new initiatives, resources to help grow their businesses and upcoming contracting opportunities from DOT leadership, including Acting Deputy Secretary Victor Mendez, and key industry stakeholders. Agency internship program leads and private sector representatives will be available to provide career tips and discuss available resources to high school and college students.

    There will also be an active Networking Session where attendees will have the chance to interact, increase their marketing efforts and learn about potential opportunities directly from Small Business Specialists from each DOT Mode, state and local transportation representatives, and Prime Contractors. Representatives from across the Mid-Atlantic Region will also be available to discuss the upcoming Purple and Red Line Metro Projects in Maryland and the South Capital Bridge Project in the District of Columbia.

    Capacity is limited and participants must be pre-registered. For security purposes, all participants must present a picture I.D. on the day of the event. Doors will open at 9:00 am, at the main building entrance.

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