How to Do Business With the Federal Government (SCORE Webinar).
This webinar will give you an overview of SBA small business program eligibilities and small business tools to assist in gaining access to federal procurements.
BidMatch Program (American Small Business Chamber of Commerce)
Small Business Assistance Programs
Women-Owned Small Businesses (WOSB) Federal Contracting Program
Authorizes contracting officers to set aside certain federal contracts for eligible women-owned small businesses.
For more information, please visit the SBA.
Contract Opportunities (sam.beta.gov)
Contracting Resources for Small Businesses
System for Award Management (SAM)
Send your business "resume" to the government; register a business profile with the SAM system. Agencies can search for your business based on several factors, including capabilities, size, location, experience and ownership.
Dynamic Small Business Search (DSBS) database
Another tool contracting officers use to identify potential small business contractors for upcoming contracting opportunities. Small businesses can also use DSBS to identify other small businesses for teaming and joint venturing.
(beta.sam.gov) Contract Opportunities
Can be used to find available procurement opportunities and their vendor requirements for all contracts valued over $25,000.
GSA (U.S. General Services Administration) Schedules
Vendors can connect with a wide range of government opportunities.
Federal Procurement Data System – Next Generation
Repository of all federal contracting data for contracts in excess of $25,000.
For more detailed content, refer to Contracting Resources for Small Business from SBA.
How to Prepare Government Contract Proposals (SBA Course)
More courses at SBA Government Contracting Classroom