Procurement Technical Assistance Center

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Building Blocks to Become a Government Contractor

The first building block to become a government contractor is registering into the New System for Award Management database. SAM.Gov.  In order to do business with all agencies of the federal government, you need to first register.

This registration provides the government with information about your company so that you can get paid.

Remember certain sensitive marketing information that you include in your registration should be sanitize because the government and the general public competitors have access to that information.  Be careful.

What you  need to complete the registration

D-U-N-S #  assignment is FREE - For all businesses required to register with the US Federal government

D-U-N-S # Request by Phone -  1-866-705-5711 - Required Information Sheet

D-U-N-S # Look Up

D-U-N-S # i Update - http://iupdate.dnb.com/iUpdate/companylookup.htm

Dun & Bradstreet - http://www.dnb.com/


Small Business Specialist at all Federal Agencies: OSDBU


The Department of Defense Office of Small Business Programs: OSBP

Marketing to The Department of Defense, The Basics

To Market to Military Bases:


To Market to Prime Contractors - Excel File 2013


Department of Homeland Security
Office of Small and Disadvantaged Business Utilization

Kevin Boshears, Director
Department of Homeland Security
Attn:  OSDBU /Room 3514
Washington, DC 20528

Contacts:

Mary Ellen Dorsey, Woman-Owned Business Advocate
Phone:  (202) 205-0050
maryellen.dorsey@dhs.gov

Dan Sturdivant, Assistant to Director for Outreach
Phone:  (202) 205-0129
dan.sturdivant@dhs.gov

Doug Smith, SBA Procurement Center Representative
Phone:  (703) 605-1801
doug1.smith@gsak.gov

Integrated Award Environment (IAE)

http://www.gsa.gov/portal/category/21229

http://www.acquisition.gov/acronyms_urls.asp

IAE - Acronyms and URLs