In order to obtain government contracts, there are certain basic requirements that any business must meet. We have provided links below to a variety of websites that will assist you in starting a business, becoming a government contractor, and finding federal business opportunities.
There is also specific information and answers to questions about the Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Business program, and websites of interest to veterans.
- Army Veteran-Owned Service-Disabled Business Page – This website provides information that is applicable to doing business with any government agency.
- The “Primer for Disabled Veterans Wanting To Do Business With The Federal Government” provides basic training about how to position your business to become a contributor to the federal government.
- Small Business Administration (SBA) – Provides detailed information and assistance to veterans seeking to start and develop small businesses.
- FAQ from SBA – These are frequently asked questions about the service disabled veteran owned small business program.
- Register Your Business – with VetBiz Veterans Enterprise and get special consideration for federal contracting opportunities from prime contractors and federal government agencies
- Eduction Benefits for Veteran Entreprenuers – Veterans with a desire to start their own small business can use the Montgomery GI Bill education benefits to pay for the training needed to start the small business. VA will only pay for programs offered by the Small Business Development Centers (SBDC) or Veterans Corporation.
- The Veterans Business Directory
- GSA SDVOSB Page
- Procurement Technical Assistance Centers (PTAC)
- Central Contractor Registration
- Federal Business Opportunities
- Center for Veterans Enterprise
- The Veterans Corporation
- Department of Veteran Affairs
- Veterans Business Journal
- SSA Disability Programs