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Navigating the patchwork of federal agencies and learning the rules and steps to government contracting is a time-consuming process. Thankfully, there are numerous organizations and seminars to help business owners get educated on government contracting and even put them in touch with the right people at the right agencies.

The Small Business and Entrepreneurship Council offers a guide on some helpful resources for entrepreneurs looking to break into government contracting for the first time. Here are some of the places it suggests turning for help.  The Small Business Source System can be used to search for procurement information in multiple ways by using any or all of the following types of information about the small businesses profiled in the system. It is not necessary to fill out every part of the form. You must, however, enter sufficient search criteria to limit the results to 25,000 firms or less, so as not to bog down the system and adversely affect other users.

  • Small Business Administration

    • The SBA offers a complete guide for small businesses looking to break into federal contracting, along with a helpful
       

  • OSBDU Conferences

    • The OSDBU Procurement Conference is a national conference fostering business partnerships between the Federal Government, its Prime Contractors, and small, minority, service-disabled veteran-owned, veteran-owned, HUBZone, and women-owned businesses.

       

  •  Procurement Technical Assistance Centers: PTACs

    • A nationwide network of procurement professionals that provide at little or no cost an understanding of the requirements of government contracting and advice on how to obtain them. Other organizations that help small businesses, including Small Business Development Centers, may also be able to provide free contracting advice or point you in the right direction.
       

H.R. 1332: is the Small Business Lending Improvements Act of 2007

The Small Business Tax Relief Act of 2007, the Small Business Lending Improvements Act, and the Small Business Fairness in Contracting Act, are bills I passed in the House of Representatives this session with a focus on easing the burdens on our small businesses by providing them with tax relief to help them compete for contracts in a global marketplace.

 

 

 

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