As our growing, and expanding world moves into the 21st century, we know that it takes a broad range of expertise to effectively handle the challenges of establishing and running a growing business. That's why we, at USA Contracts, have put so much effort into solving your business needs and wants in a fast, systematic way.
Millions of federal contracts were awarded to small- and medium-sized business vendors. On average, there are 2,000 to 5,000 new government contracting opportunities available each day in all industry categories.
Registration, Renewal System
Registration to work with FEMA, DoD, and other federal agencies.
Federal Contracts for Your Business Needs
Contract and Grant Procurement Aid
A Small Business Set-Aside Program (SBSA) was developed to help assure that small businesses are awarded a fair portion of government contracts by reserving certain government purchases exclusively for participation by small business concerns. Any contract that has an anticipated dollar value between $2,500 and $100,000 in value is reserved for small, small disadvantaged, woman-owned, and small veteran-owned businesses. The Small Business Association (SBA) administers a business assistance programs for small disadvantaged businesses called Program 8(a) which helps small businesses compete in the American economy and access the federal procurement market.
The Federal Government is the world’s largest buyer and it’s important for businesses to stay ahead of the game in winning contracts. Today, now more than ever, time is of the essence and businesses can’t afford costly setbacks.
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America's 9.1 million women-owned businesses employ 27.5 million people and contribute $3.6 trillion to the economy. Minority-owned business have nearly doubled in the past two decades. A report from the Office of Advocacy of the U.S. Small Business Administration shows that minorities own nearly 15 percent of American businesses.