The Naval Supply Systems Command (NAVSUP) Office of Small Business Programs (OSBP) is the small business advocate committed to maximizing procurement opportunities for small businesses and minority-serving educational institutions in support of Secretary of the Navy goals to identify and develop small businesses that can support the NAVSUP mission and the Navy-Marine Corps force for tomorrow.
NAVSUP provides logistics support for Navy and Marine Corps operations worldwide. In support of that effort, contracts are awarded by activities covering supplies and services from a broad range of industries. NAVSUP maintains a decentralized acquisition structure. All contracts for supplies and services are awarded at our field activities.
NAVSUP's Office of Small Business Programs (OSBP) is committed to advocating and maximizing procurement opportunities for small businesses as well as minority-service educational institutions.
OSBP supports the goals of the Secretary of the Navy by identifying and developing small businesses that can support the NAVSUP mission as well as the Navy-Marine Corps force for tomorrow.
The Naval Supply Systems Command (NAVSUP) established its Small Business Strategy in 2015, identifying how NAVSUP will incorporate and promote small business participation as prime contractors and through subcontracting across the breadth of the type of contracts we issue.
Find Your Small Business Professional - Department of Navy
Contact a NAVSUP Small Business Professional to obtain a copy of the NAVSUP Small Business brochure, which contains contracting site information for new suppliers.
This document provides valuable first-hand advice from current suppliers and government officials.
Tips for New Suppliers
Helpful tips for business cards, presentations, and documentation.
A list of key websites for new and current suppliers (also found in the OSBP brochure).
Find answers to common questions on the Department of the Navy’s Office of Small Business Programs Website.
Association of Procurement Technical Assistance Centers (APTAC)
PTACs provide essential information for suppliers, and are the go-to places for questions and assistance when working with the federal government.
Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR)
The primary regulations used by all federal executive agencies in the acquisition of supplies and services with appropriated funds.
Defense Federal Acquisition Regulation Supplement (DFARS)
Regulations similar to the FAR and set forth by the Department of Defense.
Navy Marine Corps Acquisition Regulation Supplement (NMCARS)
Navy-specific regulations for small business programs.
Code of Federal Regulations (CFR)
An electronic version of the rules and regulations established by the U.S. Federal Government. Title 13 covers Small Business Regulations and Title 48 covers Federal Business Regulations.
U.S. Navy Office of Small Business Programs (OSBP)
The Navy-wide source for information about small business contracting and Small and Disadvantaged Business Utilization.
Navy SBIR/STTR Program
A program designated for small businesses with technical research and development capabilities.
Navy Exchange Service Command (NEXCOM)
A guide for vendors interested in working with NEXCOM.
U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA)
The website for the Small Business Administration: a helpful resource for starting and maintaining a successful small business.
A listing of subcontracting solicitations and opportunities posted by large prime contractors and other non-federal agencies.
Small Business Specialist Directory
NAVSUP Fleet Logistics Centers, NAVSUP Weapon Systems Support, Naval Oceanographic Office, Naval War College, & Naval Medical Logistics Command
Search for "#smallbiztips" on NAVSUP's main Twitter and Facebook pages.
Other NAVSUP Business Opportunity Websites
AbilityOne Commercial Partnerships
Creates "Strategic Alliances" with non-Federal entities to increase awareness and promote its mission to create employment opportunities for individuals with significant disabilities.
Contracting Memo from Mr. Sean J. Stackley
The Assistant Secretary of the Navy for Research, Development and Acquisition emphasizes the importance of working with the AbilityOne program.
Program participants are available to help spread the word about their personal experience and share the benefits they have realized through their AbilityOne employment.
The Navy's site for acquisition professionals and requirements generators to learn about existing contract solutions & analytical tools to improve Naval acquisition.
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