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Searchable Database for Contracting Officers and Prime Contractors

Searchable Database for Contracting Officers and Prime Contractors

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The Reason Contracting Officers and Prime Contractors Utilize our Database

Contracting Officers

FAR 10 instructs federal contracting officers to “On an ongoing basis, take advantage (to the maximum extent practicable) of commercially available market research methods in order to effectively identify the capabilities of small businesses and new entrants into federal contracting, that are available in the marketplace for meeting the requirements of the agency…”

(FAR – Federal Acquisition Regulations)

Prime Contractors

FAR 19.7 requires large Federal Prime Contractors to include a Small Business Subcontractors Plan as part of the bid package for most projects over $700,000 ($5.15 million for construction) that contain subcontracting opportunities.

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90,000 state and local government agencies spend approximately $4 trillion annually

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