Where to find government contracting opportunities?

Updated: Sep 3



1. Do Business with the Military


Find out how your business can search and compete for contracting opportunities within the military.


2. Do Business with State and Local Governments


Learn how your business can search and compete for contract opportunities with states and local governments, and U.S. territories:


3. Find an Office of Small and Disadvantaged Business Utilization


Many federal agencies have a dedicated office to help small businesses search and compete for contract opportunities within the agency. These offices are known as either an Office of Small and Disadvantaged Business Utilization (OSDBU) or an Office of Small Business Programs (OSBP). They may hold informational trainings and outreach events, or provide contact information for businesses to use to ask questions about contracting with their agencies.


Sell to the Military

Find out how your small business can get a contract with the military. Follow these links to visit the OSDBUs or OSBPs for each branch of the military:


Sell to a Federal Agency

Find out how your small business can get a contract with a specific federal agency. Follow these links to visit the OSDBUs or OSBPs within top federal agencies:


Source:usa.gov


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