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Government Contracting

Government Contracting

Montgomery County’s unique location allows for doing business not just with local and regional governments, but the federal government as well. See below for access to some of these federal contracting opportunities.

Government Contracting & Certification

Businesses engaged in government contracting are in good company in Montgomery County. Government Contracting is a strategic industry in the County and certification can add a competitive edge to companies interested in pursuing government work. 

Montgomery County Procurement Resources

State and Local Agencies Procurement Resources

Federal Government Procurement Programs and Resources

  • is the single government point-of-entry (GPE) for Federal government procurement opportunities over $25,000.
  • System for Award Management (SAM) is part of the Federal Contractor Registry, a third-party registration assistance service created to address the needs of businesses looking to do business with federal, state and local governments. By handling the time-consuming and highly detailed task of System for Award Management registration (formerly CCR and ORCA legacy systems), FCR can help make sure that your company, as a federal contractor, is in a position to take advantage of the government’s ongoing commitment to the small business community.
  • GSA's Federal Supply Schedules also known as Multiple Award Schedules (MAS), are contracts that allow federal customers to acquire more than 4 million services and products directly from more than 8,600 commercial suppliers. Under the schedules program, GSA enters into contracts with commercial firms to provide supplies and services at stated prices for given periods of time.
  • The Small Business Administration’s (SBA) Government Contracting Programs to assist small, woman, minority and veteran-owned and disadvantaged business owners obtain or increase government contracts.

Procurement Assistance and Support

Minority Business Certification

Government agencies and many private employers have programs to encourage procurement by local, women, minority, veteran, and/or disabled-owned firms. Certification by an independent third party is often required. The following organizations offer certification, as noted:

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