Looking to grow your federal business?

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The opportunity is waiting just for you. The US Federal Government spends over $500 billion dollars every year purchasing products and services of virtually every type from businesses large and small throughout the United States. Are you getting your fair share? In addition to the services Federal Specialties provides, we’ve compiled a list of some other resources you may find helpful:

Small Business Association
http://www.sba.gov
From here, you may access Federal forms, grants, business size standards 8(a), Application Hub-Zone and Application Training and Counseling.

Federal Government Publications
http://www.gpoacess.gov

GSA Schedule Contract Information
http://www.gsa.gov

FedBizOpps
http://www.fbo.gov
This is the online entry point for government opportunities over $25,000.00. Buyers are allowed to advertise their opportunities directly to this site, but there is no cost to see what is listed.

System for Award Management (SAM)
http://www.sam.gov
Registration in SAM is required to sell products and services to the federal government.

Contractor Team Agreements
http://www.gsa.gov/cta
This site provides guidance for creating teaming and partnerships between companies seeking to provide complete solutions and increase visibility to federal agencies.

GSA Advantage
http://www.gsaadvantage.gov
This is a GSA single source for agencies and vendors. Agencies and/or vendors can easily search this site to see who is a GSA approved/ business authorized to provide goods and/or services.

GSA’s Mentor-Protégé Program
http://www.gsa.gov/mentorprotege
This program is designed to encourage GSA prime contractors to assist small business.

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