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Simplified Acquisition Process

(S.A.P.)

Did you know that less than 10% of ALL small business purchases placed by procurement officers of less than $250,000 make it to step 8 where they are finally posted on FedBizOpps?

Where are the other 90% getting awarded?



Step 1

Government agency need arises and contract award process to fill that need begins. As soon as the decision to procure is made in step one and that contract is issued a solicitation number and is then ready to proceed to step 2 in the process, you will have and email notification of that order opportunity the next morning.

Step 2 - Micro-Purchase

Micro-Purchases are any purchase for $10,000 or less can be made with a credit card immediately without bids. Micro-Purchases have to be awarded to Certified Small Business Government Vendors if qualified to fill the order and your DSBS profile is complete and Capability Statement is ready. If the Procurement Officer can’t find you or another SBA government vendor ready to be awarded and fill that contract they can issue the award to any sized business. If you are ready and proactive, the procurement officer will see that, your chances of landing this order are astronomical.

Step 3 - S.A.P.

(S.A.P.) Simplified Acquisition Process is for orders of $10,000 – $250,000 and the procurement officer only has to find 2 small businesses qualified to submit a bid. Certified SBA Government Vendors have first look at theses orders. If timed right, you would only have 1 other competitor for this order.


The purpose of Micro Purchase/Section 508/Simplified Acquisitions are to:



Now, you can spend your valuable time by having full access to the complete open solicitation details and contact information, this allows you to just focus on responding to those current open opportunities and being fully prepared to submit your bid LONG before that opportunity is posted on FEDBIZOPPS.


Enrolling with our annual APP service will maximize your ability to secure bids/opportunities when they present themselves.

These are the minimum requirements that Procurement Officers look for when trying to fill any solicitations for your goods or services.

Whether the procurement officer is searching and finds you or you call them based on the email notification we supplied for that solicitation, the steps will be the same. But the real bonus is the notifications of solicitations that are available before they hit FBO and local bid networks, giving you a substantial advantage over your competitors.



Contracting officers will use the Central Contractor Registration database
 as their primary sources of vendor
information.

Procurement Offices maintaining additional vendor source files or listings
should identify the status of each source in the following categories:


Small business.
Small disadvantaged business.
Women-owned small business.
HUBZone small business.
Service-disabled veteran-owned small business.
Veteran-owned small business.


The status information may be used as the basis to ensure that small business
concerns are provided the maximum practicable opportunities to respond to
solicitations issued using simplified acquisition procedures.


What They Were Buying?

• Hand and Edge Tool Manufacturing

• Adhesive Paint and Coating

• Hotels(except Casino Hotels) and Motels

• Medical Dental and Hospital Equipment And Supplies

• Offices of Real Estate Appraisers

• Computer and Peripheral Equipment and Software

• Other Aircraft Parts and Auxiliary Equipment

• Analytical Laboratory Instrument

• Translation and Interpretation Services

• Office Supplies and Stationery

• All Other Professional Scientific and Technical Services

• Sporting and Athletic Goods

• General Line Grocery Soap and Other Detergents

• Office Furniture

• Surgical and Medical Instrument

• And many other product and services




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The opportunity is yours call S.B.G.A. (202) 417-7241 for details or to participate on certified vendor program