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The Small Business Administration's Guide to Federal Contracts
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This is the starting page of the SBA's resources for getting contracts from federal government agencies. Delve into the resources from here as your starting point. This is the starting page of the SBA's resources for getting contracts from federal government agencies. Delve into the resources from here as your starting point. Show less
Certify Your Business as a Women Owned, 8(A), or HUB(Zone) business
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The Federal Government is the largest buyer of products and services in the US. The SBA has a variety of programs to help small businesses compete for the...Show more The Federal Government is the largest buyer of products and services in the US. The SBA has a variety of programs to help small businesses compete for these federal contracts. Find out if your business is eligible for one of their contracting programs by going through a quick assessment on this site, then applying to the programs if you do qualify. Show less
Government Contracting 101 pt. 1
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This course is designed to help small businesses understand how the government buys goods and services. There are three parts to this training program. Th...Show more This course is designed to help small businesses understand how the government buys goods and services. There are three parts to this training program. This part, part one, provides a small business introduction to government contracting. It describes prime and subcontracting assistance programs, SBA certification programs, and it describes women and veteran owned small business programs. Show less
Government contracting 101 Part 2
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This course is designed to help small businesses understand how the government buys goods and services. There are three parts to the GC 101 training program. This part, part two, discusses the steps used by the government to purchase what it needs. This course is designed to help small businesses understand how the government buys goods and services. There are three parts to the GC 101 training program. This part, part two, discusses the steps used by the government to purchase what it needs. Show less
Government Contracting 101 Part 3
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This course is designed to help small businesses understand how the government buys goods and services. There are three parts to the GC 101 training seri...Show more This course is designed to help small businesses understand how the government buys goods and services. There are three parts to the GC 101 training series. This part, part three, specifically discusses how to sell goods and services to the government. Show less
ProcureAZ - The State of Arizona's Procurement Office
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You could explore opportunities to get government contracts from state agencies. There are helpful guides about how to register and how to respond to bids on their homepage. You could explore opportunities to get government contracts from state agencies. There are helpful guides about how to register and how to respond to bids on their homepage. Show less
Procurement - Pima County
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Government contracts are available from local municipant government agencies as well. Look near the bottom of the page for a PDF about “How to do Business with Pima County.” Government contracts are available from local municipant government agencies as well. Look near the bottom of the page for a PDF about “How to do Business with Pima County.” Show less
City of Tucson Procurement Site
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The City of Tucson's procurement opportunities. Click on “Bid Opportunities” on the left side of the page to see active solicitations. The City of Tucson's procurement opportunities. Click on “Bid Opportunities” on the left side of the page to see active solicitations. Show less
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