S.A.P. Simplified Acquisition Process
GP&M is the only Certified and Authorized firm for a Small Business Government Vendor to be enrolled into the Simplified Acquisition Process (S.A.P.).
Having trouble locating and winning your share of Small Business set-aside Government contracts???
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Did you know that less than 10% of ALL mandatory small business purchases placed by procurement officers of less than $250,000 make it to posting on FedBizOpps? Want to know where are the other 90% are getting awarded?
Micro-Purchases have recently been increased from $3500 and less to any purchase for $10,000 or less can be made with a credit card immediately without bids. If you are ready and proactive, the procurement officer will see that, your chances of landing this order are greatly increased.
Simplified Acquisition mandatory rules that mandates orders these sized orders go to qualified small businesses government vendors has increase from a maximum of $150,000 to orders of $10,000+ to $250,000 and the procurement officer only has to find 2 small businesses qualified to submit a bid. If timed right, you would only have 1 other competitor for this order.
The Federal Government spent over $105 Billion exclusively with qualified registered small businesses in 2017.
US Government Procurement FAR Rule for S.A.P.
The Federal Acquisition Regulatory (FAR) Council will include any law enacted after October 13, 1994, that sets forth policies…
F.A.R. 13.000 Scope of part.
This part prescribes policies and procedures for the acquisition of supplies and services, including construction, research and development, and commercial items, the aggregate amount of which does not exceed the simplified acquisition threshold (see 2.101). subpart 13.5 provides special authority for acquisitions of commercial items exceeding the simplified acquisition threshold …
“Government wide commercial purchase card” means a purchase card, similar in nature to a commercial credit card, issued to authorized agency personnel to use to acquire and to pay for supplies and services.
“Imprest fund” means a cash fund of a fixed amount established by an advance of funds, without charge to an appropriation, from an agency finance or disbursing officer to a duly appointed cashier, for disbursement as needed from time to time in making payment in cash for relatively small amounts
“Third party draft” means an agency bank draft, similar to a check, that is used to acquire and to pay for supplies and services. (See Treasury Financial Management Manual, Section 3040.70.)
(b) Improve opportunities for small, small disadvantaged, women-owned, veteran-owned, HUBZone, and service-disabled veteran-owned small business concerns to obtain a fair proportion of Government contracts;
(d) Avoid unnecessary burdens for agencies and contractors.
a) Agencies shall use simplified acquisition procedures to the maximum extent practicable for all purchases of supplies or services not exceeding the simplified acquisition threshold (including purchases at or below the micro-purchase threshold). This policy does not apply if an agency can meet its requirement using—…
(b)(1) Acquisitions of supplies or services that have an anticipated dollar value exceeding $10,001 ($20,000 for acquisitions as described in 13.201(g)(1)) but not exceeding $250,000 ($750,000 for acquisitions described in paragraph (1)(i) of the simplified acquisition threshold definition at 2.101) are reserved exclusively for small business concerns and shall be set aside
Simplified Acquisition Process Enrollment
If you are a small business and only use FedBizOpps for government opportunities you “ARE” missing out!
The Federal Government awarded over $105 billion in contracts to “Registered” qualified small businesses in 2017.
Less than 10% of all small business contracts are open long enough to be posted on FedBizOpps. Which means over 90% are awarded much sooner in the process using the Simplified Acquisition Procedure mentioned above.
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Let our experienced team at GP&M tell you how you can get enrolled and qualified to participate in the Simplified Acquisition Process.
GP&M is the only authorized private firm allowed to enroll and administer the Simplified Acquisition Process access for Small Businesses Government Vendors !
Call today for details and a complimentary review of your qualification to participate in the SAP process. (844) 890-0605
System for Award Management (SAM) Registration is the first step toward doing business with U.S. government agencies. GPM staff are duly trained, experienced and expert with the SAM Registration process and can help your business become a functioning SAM Vendor. Our services not only include keeping your SAM fully compliant, but also listing, optimizing and updating your DSBS Profile. With hundreds of thousands of businesses competing for government dollars, it makes sense to hire outside professional help to ensure your registration is done 100% correct and kept up-to-date. Find out how our services make a difference. We also have to ability to assist in getting your GSA.
After you have fully registered with the System for Award Management, you’ll need to have a professional high quality Capabilities Statement. Now this is another great service the GPM offers to the general public. utilizing your capabilities statement to land you the next big contract is not only necessary but its widely accepted as the perfect layout to help Procurement officers see exactly what it is your company offers.
DSBS ( Dynamic Small Business Search)
Whether the procurement officer is searching and finds you or you call them based on the email notification we supplied you for that solicitation, the steps will be the same. But the real bonus is the notifications of solicitations that are available before they hit FBO and local bid networks, giving you a substantial advantage over your competitors.
- DSBS Profile– Is your DSBS (Dynamic Small Business Search) profile complete? This is the starting point for any procurement officer to go and search for approved small business vendors of a specific NAICS Code;
- SAM – After reviewing your information on the DSBS profile and deciding it was competently completed, then they will then go to your SAM registration and make sure that is up to date. This is to ensure you are eligible for payment;
- Capability Statement – After the buyer is satisfied that you have completed the first 2 steps professionally, then they will contact you and advise that they are considering using you for that solicitation and you must be ready for the request for you send over your Capability Statement (your 1-page company resume) Example Below.
GP&M can provide you with all the tools to turn great opportunities into successful awards.
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