BID ON GOVERNMENT
CONTRACT OPPORTUNITIES

Manufacturers | Suppliers and Distributors | Services providers

it's your tax dollars

Federal

4.5 Trillion

State

$5 Billion

City/County

$1-5 Billion

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WHY SHOULD BUSINESSES BID ON FEDERAL GOVERNMENT CONTRACTS?

Did you know ?

Most businesses are afraid to bid on government CONTRACTs due to inadequate information?

Some small businesses go through the process of getting certified but never bid on any contracts due to the lack of administrative support.

Lobbyists are professional advocates that work to influence political decisions on behalf of individuals and organizations. This advocacy could lead to the proposal of new legislation, or the amendment of existing laws and regulations.
CONTRACT Administration involves those activities performed by government officials after a contract has been awarded to determine how well the government and the contract performed to meet the requirements of the contract.
An Elected Official is a person who is an official by virtue of an election. Officials may also be appointed persons in charge of some public work or duty.

The relationships between the federal government and the states and localities are complex and are not well described by a simple look at expenditures. In some cases, the federal government pays for a program and gives broad discretion to the states as to how to carry out the mandate. In other cases, the federal government essentially dictates all the terms, and the states simply administer the program.

Get certified as a minority owned business

SBE

(Small Business Enterprises)

SDB

(Small Disadvantaged Business)

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dvbe

(Disabled Veteran Business Enterprise)

mbe

(Minority Business Enterprise)

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wbe

(Women Business Enterprise)

dbe

(Disadvantaged Business Enterprise)

HUBZone Program

(Historically Underutilized Business Zones)

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