Opportunities to win high value government contracts from Federal, state, local and educational governments are available in abundance to a wide range of vendors, including those who qualify to be certified as a woman-owned small business (WOSB).
In the U.S. business-to-government (B2G) marketplace federal, state and local agencies purchase more than $2 trillion in products and services each year. At the Federal level, the Small Business Administration (commonly referred to as SBA) sets specific requirements for buyers to collect bids from women-owned small businesses (WOSB) including those that qualify to be certified as a minority-owned (MBE), HUBZone 8(a) certified and service-disabled veteran owned small businesses (SDVOSB). At the state and local level, individual agencies set their own requirements with many setting higher quotas than the Federal government. The opportunity for qualifying women owned businesses to sell to the government market is tremendous, and those who subscribe to Onvia are maximizing their success with access to sales intelligence and acceleration data on agency contacts, transactions, competitors, channels and trends in B2G.
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