Are you a government contractor or thinking about becoming a government contractor? The field of government contracting can be very lucrative for small businesses since the government buys almost all goods and services which consumers purchase.

The great news for small businesses is that the government often gives you preference when awarding contracts, but there are several things that you need to do to become registered for government contracting and to bid on contracting opportunities. This page will provide you with the resources you need to become a government contractor. If you have specific questions about contracts in your area or want one-on-one assistance in getting up to speed, contact your local OKSBDC office.

Government Contracting Assistance

The OSBDC offers services to businesses that are interested in selling to local, state, and federal government organizations. Our consultants can assist you with developing an effective marketing strategy and proposal that increases the chances of you acquiring a contract.

The Rose State College SBDC, located in Midwest City, provides in-depth assistance to those who have procurement potential. This center provides spcialized training events and one-on-one counseling. Click here to go to the Rose State College SBDC page to sign up for free business counseling.

What is Government Contracting or Procurement?

The U.S. Government purchases over one trillion dollars of good and services from private contractors each year. All government agencies order through the General Services Administration (GSA), the government’s purchasing agent.