For business opportunities with PBS, visit SAM.gov.
For DUNS Number inquiry, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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More information on doing business with GSA is available on the For Businesses: Working with GSA page.
GSA provides workplaces to the government by constructing, managing, and preserving federal buildings and by leasing and managing commercial real estate through its Public Buildings Service (PBS).
To accomplish this mission, GSA looks to the private sector for the following:
|Doing Business with GSA Part VI: Market to the Federal Government||GSA is committed to providing the vendor community with the necessary training and tools needed to compete for work with the Federal Government. Please select the link to attend upcoming webinar.|
|Miller Act [PDF - 105 KB]||Federal law outlining how payment bonds protect subcontractors and suppliers|
|2015 Congressional Justification [PDF - 3 MB]||Congressional Justifications are part of GSA's budget that the President sends to Congress every year.|
|Small Business - Getting Started||Resources for small businesses who are new to federal contracting.|
|PBS on SAM.gov||System for Award Management - Direct link to database of contracting opportunities for GSA's Public Buildings Service.|
|FPDS||Federal Procurement Data System – database used to collect and report on Federal procurement spending.|
|How GSA Helps Small Business||Resources, events, and featured opportunities and programs offered by the GSA Office of Small Business Utilization|
|For Vendors - Getting on Schedule||Shows vendors how to become a GSA Schedule contractor|