U. S. Government Procurement Directory



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U. S. Government

Procurement Directory



“leads” to market your commodity or service to

agencies of the Federal Government and the Department of Defense



Covering the states of Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina and Tennessee


2004



TABLE OF CONTENTS

GENERAL SERVICES ADMINISTRATION ...................................... 4-6


LISTING OF OFFICES OF ENTERPRISE DEVELOPMENT ......................... 6-7
GSA PROPERTY MANAGEMENT DIVISION/CUSTOMER SERVICE CENTERS ............ 8
OFFICES OF SMALL & DISADVANTAGED BUSINESS UTILIZATION CONTACTS ....... 9-11
DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY ...................................... 12-20
GOVERNMENT WEB SITES ................................................. 21-22
REGIONAL LIST OF SBA OFFICES ......................................... 23
SBA’S BUSINESS INFORMATION CENTERS ................................... 23
SBA’S PROCUREMENT CENTER REPRESENTATIVES ............................. 24
MINORITY BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT CENTERS ................................ 25
DOING BUSINESS WITH THE DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE ........................ 26
MILITARY EXCHANGE SERVICE (BASE PX’S) ................................ 26
MILITARY BASES (listed by state) .................................... 27-31
DEFENSE LOGISTICS AGENCY ............................................. 31
MILITARY SPECIFICATIONS .............................................. 31
DEPARTMENT OF VETERANS AFFAIRS (listed by state) ..................... 32-33
FEDERAL PROCUREMENT OFFICES (listed by state) ........................ 34-36
ELECTRONIC POSTING SYSTEM (EPS) ...................................... 37-38

Dear Prospective Bidder:




We appreciate your interest in receiving the latest edition of our U.S. Government Procurement Directory.


The purpose of this directory is to provide you with "leads" to market your commodity or service to agencies of the Federal Government and the Department of Defense. GSA neither guarantees nor promises any business or contracts will result from your contact with the agencies/organizations listed.
In listing the address and telephone number of a particular agency, we have tried to put you in direct contact with the purchasing or buying office. Once you have reached this office, you should take it one step further and seek to learn who in that organization would be the end user or person who would require your product. It is that individual who will decide to buy the particular item. Once you have established contact, the rest is up to you. Find out if they need your product or service and what steps you need to take to get on their bidders mailing list or be considered as a source. From there, you should market yourself and your product.
Our region serves the eight southeastern states. If you need information about procurement offices out of our region, you should contact each respective Regional Office of Small Business Utilization for their directory. Those regions are listed on pages 5-6.



GENERAL SERVICES ADMINISTRATION


The General Services Administration help federal agencies better perform their functions by offering, at best value, superior workplaces, expert solutions, acquisition services and management policies.
GSA contracts for a large volume of commodities and services including:




  1. A wide variety of standard commercial “off-the-shelf” supplies and equipment, such as: office supplies, furniture and equipment, household furniture and furnishings, hardware and hand tools, motor vehicles and motor vehicles parts, janitorial supplies, paints, brushes, adhesives, refrigerators, air conditioners and water coolers




  1. Design, construction, repair and alteration and maintenance of government-owned buildings and U.S. Courthouses




  1. Appraisal, leasing and disposal of real property




  1. Sale of Government-owned surplus personal and real property




  1. Acquisition and sale of strategic and critical stockpile materials

  2. Services such as guard, custodial, trash removal, window washing, furniture rehabilitation and maintenance and repair of vehicles and office machines




  1. Lease and purchase of ADP and telecommunications equipment, related supplies and services

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