How to do Business with ASC
- Contact the ASC Office of Small Business Programs.
- Discuss your firm's capabilities with a Small Business Advisor to determine if there are prime or subcontract opportunities with the ASC for your company's products or services.
- We highly recommend you check the Federal Business Opportunities (FedBizOpps) Web page. The FedBizOpps is a listing of advertised Government acquisitions over $25,000. The FedBizOpps also
lists contract awards and is a good source for subcontracting opportunities. Visit the FedBizOpps on the Internet at www.fbo.gov.
- View ASC solicitations and bid/propose/quote on those solicitations which are of interest to your company. You may view and download ASC solicitations on the Internet. To do this go to
the AAIS menu at AAIS. From here select Solicitation Information. Then select View/Download Solicitations. While in AAIS be sure to check the tips for submitting better proposals to avoid
mistakes contractors make, especially those new to Federal contracting. Click here to see those tips.
- View Single Face to Industry (ASFI) Acquisition Business web site
- In order to do business with the ASC or with the Department of Defense, a company must be registered in the Central Contractor Registration (CCR). Online Registration
- We recommend that Small Businesses also complete the Small Business Administration (SBA) Dynamic Small Business Search registration. Dynamic Small Buisness Search is an electronic search engine for Contracting
Officers, a marketing tool for Small Businesses, and a link to procurement opportunities as well as other important information for Small Businesses. This registration can be done while in the CCR site.
- Electronic Fund Transfer (EFT) capability is required for all companies that do business with the US Government. It is the legally mandated method of payment for all contracts.
- The North American Industry Classification System has codes that the US Government uses to identify and classify categories of businesses' products and services. The SBA
applies a size standard to each NAICS code.
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