Doing business in the private sector is similar to doing business with the IRS, but federal contracting has some specific requirements you should be aware of.
If you have a construction or a general contracting company, you definitely have to know there are many federal contract opportunities available to you.
Construction industry is one of the areas hardest hit by the coronavirus pandemic, but it is also seen as one of the sectors having the capability to lead our country’s economic recovery in the near future. Through government contracts, building construction and general contracting firms not only can boost our economy, but also offer a number of jobs for thousands of Americans.
Federal contract opportunities at hand
These are some of the contract opportunities available to you if interested in providing your products or services to federal agencies.
1- Army in Baltimore, Maryland, seeks a small business (NAICS code: 236220) to provide building renovations in Fort Huachuca, Arizona.
2- Army in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, seeks a small business (NAICS code: 238990) to provide security fence.
3- Veterans Affairs in Mesa, Arizona, seeks a service-disabled veteran-owned business (NAICS code: 236220) to provide HVAC replacement in San Diego, California.
4- Air Force in Dover AFB, Delaware, seeks a small business (NAICS code: 236220) to renovate a conference room.
5- Army in Concord, Massachusetts, seeks a small business (NAICS code: 238910) to provide garage demolition and construction in Thomaston, Connecticut.
The Government is always building, but winning federal contracts is not that easy. If you are interested in any of these contract opportunities and are serious about growing your small business:
To be successful in the federal market, you definitely need to take the adequate steps and get the proper guidance. As a firm focused on helping entrepreneurs on how to do business with the U.S. Government, we can help you every step of the way.