Find below Bid Opportunities from various Contracting Agencies in WNY. FYI I do not have any further information with regards to these bid opportunities. Please contact the point-of-contact listed within each individual bid opportunity if you have any questions or concerns. Most if not all of these Bid opportunities have NYS MWBE mandated goals!
The NYS SBDC provides individualized counseling to small and/or disadvantaged firms interested in selling goods and services to Federal, State and local government agencies and to large prime contractors. Identifying and locating government agencies that purchase your goods and services can be daunting and/or time-consuming. There are literally hundreds of sources to research and find contract opportunities that are just right for you.
A web based bid match service provided through the Small Business Development Center. Tracking over 2,000 bid source sites daily, our BidLinx superior search capabilities and profile customization enable you to locate procurement opportunities from multiple sources including:
*** You must be an SBDC client in order to be registered for this system. Contact the SBDC to get the process started.
A Capability Statement is a business document or record of your individual and organizational competencies, achievements, associations and accreditations. Government contracting has developed into a very competitive market-place. Entrepreneurs and business firms, of all sizes, have been able to successfully begin selling their products and services to the government agencies at local, state and federal levels. With the market-place being as competitive as it is today, Government Contractors are charged with ensuring that they find the most responsive and responsible firms to provide the product and/or services needed. Developing your capability statement will allow your firm to stand out from the crowd, while addressing all your firm core competencies and achievements.
Please find attached outlines and guides for developing your capability statement:
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