For Contracting Officials

Need government contracting documents and resources in a hurry? We've got you covered. Check out the categories below for fast and easy access to all of your top-requested items.
  • HUBZone

    Find out how to apply the requirements of the HUBZone Program to help certified HUBZone small businesses receive their fair share of contracting opportunities.

  • Non-Manufacturer Rule

    The Non-Manufacturer rule allows a small business to offer a product that it did not manufacturer under a small business set-aside if SBA has offered a waiver.

  • Report Fraud, Waste & Abuse

    Learn how you may report fraud, waste, mismanagement or misconduct involving SBA programs or employees.

  • Protests

    When a contract is awarded, a losing bidder may allege that a competing company misrepresented itself in a way that caused the contract to be awarded unfairly.

  • Goaling

    Did you know that formal goals are in place to ensure that small businesses get their fair share of work with the federal government? Learn more about the process.

  • Federal Acquisition Regulations (FAR)

    These resources will help you become familiar with the regulations that apply to most federal contractors.

  • Certificates of Competency

    The Certificate of Competency (COC) program allows a small business to appeal a contracting officer's determination that it is unable to fulfill the requirements of a specific government contract.

  • Procurement Center Representatives

    Learn more about procurement center representatives (PCRs) and how they help small businesses obtain federal contracts.

  • Service Contract Inventory

    Public posting in accordance with OMB Memorandum, dated November 5, 2010.

  • SBA & Agencies Partnership Agreements

    The Partnership Agreement represents the delegation of SBA’s 8(a) contract execution authority to other federal agencies.

  • Interagency Task Force on Federal...

    This report outlines the recommendations for the Task Force to ensure small businesses can participate in the nation's economic recovery.

  • Goaling Program

    SBA is responsible for managing and overseeing the small business procurement process throughout the federal government.