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Federal and state governments offer billions of dollars to entrepreneurs. Learn to start contracting your products or services to a government agency.
Step 1: Visit the Federal Business Opportunities (FBO) website
Visit the Federal Business Opportunities (FBO) website run by the General Services Administration. Search their database to preview opportunities.
The GSA also offers opportunities to sell your products or services to the military through its Federal Acquisitions Service.
Step 2: Register your company info at the CCR database
Register your company info at the Central Contractor Registration (CCR) online database. Get a CCR number.
Step 3: Apply for a DUNS number
Apply for a Data Universal Numbering System (DUNS) number at Dun & Bradstreet’s website. DUNS is required for FBO database vendor registration.
Step 4: Enter your DUNS number at the FBO database
Enter your nine-digit DUNS number at the FBO database for vendor registration. Then create a database password and enter your company’s information.
Read the fbo.gov’s Vendor Guide available at their website, especially for first-time government contractors.
Step 5: Search the FBO database for opportunities
Search the FBO database for business opportunities. Click on an individual opportunity’s link and read details of products or services requested.
Opportunity details can include the contract’s maximum bid amount and the required time period of performance.
Step 6: Submit an electronic response
Submit an electronic response if the opportunity includes a response link. Responses are typically entered via an online form or via a document upload. Click on an “interested vendors list” if the opportunity allows for this function. Click on “add me to interested vendors.”
Step 7: Visit Business.gov for state opportunities
Visit business.gov for links to state-specific vendor contracting agencies such as Georgia’s Department of Administrative Services. Now you’ve tapped a whole new opportunity for your business.
Did You Know?
Senator John McCain recently criticized the federal government for giving .8 million for a research project to study pig odors.
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