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BETA.SAM.GOV Opportunities

Beta.Sam.Gov is the primary location to identify active federal contract opportunities over $25,000 allowing small business concerns to search for federal procurement opportunities. Visitors are encouraged to register with FedBizOpps to receive automatic email announcements on upcoming procurement opportunities, sources sought, etc. 

Essential Links for Small Business

Relevant Reports for Small Businesses and other material documents

  • HubZone Program Evaluation - The purpose of this evaluation was to examine factors that contributed to federal agencies reaching the HUBZone Program socioeconomic goal using a mixed-methods analytic approach. This report provides some of the key challenges faced by government agencies in reach the social economic goals along with some suggestions. HUBZone small businesses would benefit from reading the report, and maybe find opportunities how they can better assist the Federal Government to reach them. To read the full report, please click here Disclaimer: The statements, findings, conclusions, and recommendations found in this study are those of the contractor and do not necessarily reflect the views of the Office of Government Contracting and Business Development, the United States Small Business Administration, or the United States Government.

  • Myth-Busting - "Strengthening Engagement with Industry : ADDRESSING MISCONCEPTIONS TO IMPROVE COMMUNICATION WITH INDUSTRY DURING THE ACQUISITION PROCESS." Please click the link here to view the top myths and misconceptions during the acquisition process.

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Last updated: Wednesday, September 30, 2020