FBI Small Business Program


The FBI’s Finance and Facilities Division's Small Business Program (SBP) is responsible for implementing the program, as well as supporting both internal and external entities.

The SBP assists with small business utilization, ensuring small business interests are given the maximum consideration in procuring goods and services. The program encourages the use of set-asides or partial set asides when there is an expectation that two or more small businesses have the capabilities to provide goods or services at reasonable market rates.

The program also monitors the FBI's progress in meeting small business goals in each category to include:

  • Small Business
  • 8(a)
  • Small and Disadvantaged
  • HUBZone
  • Service-Disabled Veteran Owned
  • Women Owned

What the FBI Buys

The FBI procures various products and services to meet mission requirements. The products and services that we buy and procure include:

  • Facilities and Construction
    • Materials
    • Facilities services
    • Real Estate and leasing
  • Industrial Products
    • Transportation
    • Machinery
    • Fuels
    • Equipment
  • Information Technology
    • Hardware
    • Software
    • IT security
    • Telecommunications
  • Office Management
    • Office products
    • Package and delivery
    • Logistics
  • Professional Services
    • Advisory support
    • Engineering
    • Heath services
  • Security and Protection
    • Surveillance
    • Security animals
    • Ammunition
    • Protective gear

How the FBI Buys

The FBI follows category management, and falls within four main categories:

  • Information technology and telecommunications
  • Professional services
  • Research and development/protection/products
  • Facilities/construction engineering

The Bureau utilizes best-in-class procurement methods, including:

  • Small business set-asides
  • Indefinite Delivery Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ) contracts
  • Blanket Purchase Agreements (BPA)
  • General Service Administration (GSA) Schedules
  • Government Wide Acquisition Contracts (GWACs)
  • Competitive acquisitions
  • Regional Contracting Officers (RCO)

FBI Contract Vehicles

  • Information on doing business with the FBI
  • Posting board for areas of interest to industry partners
  • Centralized posting of upcoming events SPARK intake and business outreach site
  • Interactive portal designed to allow industry to submit innovative solutions related to specific posted narratives directly from FBI divisions

Conducting FBI Business

Small businesses interested in doing business with the FBI are encouraged to follow the steps below to register as a federal contractor and certify as a small business:

  1. Obtain a D-U-N-S number.
  2. Register in the System of Award Management (SAM).
  3. Find the NAICS codes.
  4. Obtain past performance evaluations.

Attend a Department of Justice Outreach Session

The Department of Justice hosts approximately 10 vendor outreach sessions each fiscal year in Washington, D.C. Each of DOJ's agencies, including the FBI, are represented at the sessions. Call the DOJ staff at 202-616-0521 or 800-345-3712 or visit our website to register for a session.

Stay Connected

There are many ways to stay current with the Small Business Program Office.

We invite you to submit your company’s capability statement here.

We'll share your information with our network of program and contracting staff across the FBI, and feature your information in our market research library.

Your statement should be a one-pager, and include the following details:

  • Brief company overview
  • Core capabilities
  • NAICS codes
  • Certifications
  • Contract vehicles (if applicable)

The FBI Mission

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