Federal Contracting Resources for Small Business
The federal government has a number programs and services that help small business successfully compete for federal contracts. As with any new business venture, it's important to understand the opportunities available to expand your business and what to expect when entering into a contractual relationship. Doing business with the federal government is a process with several unique requirements that are unlike other contractual relationships in the private sector.
The following resources provide information that will help you understand how the federal government buys goods and services, and what you can expect when as a federal contractor.
- Small Business Guide to Contracting Opportunities
This guide from the U.S. Small Business Administration provides information on programs that help small businesses successfully compete for federal contracting opportunities. Includes tutorials on how the federal government buys and provides an overview on regulations, policies, and best practices.
- How to Sell to the Federal Government
GSA is the gederal government's business manager and buyer. GSA offers businesses the opportunity to sell billions of dollars worth of products and services to federal agencies through contract vehicles.
- Procurement Technical Assistance Centers
A network of procurement professionals to help small businesses obtain government contracts.
- Small Business Government Contracting : FAQs
Frequently asked questions about how small businesses can do business with the federal government.
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