The New York District is ready to do business, on a competitive basis, with competent firms that can supply the products or services it needs. District purchasing activities are particularly interested in establishing contacts with small business firms, small disadvantaged business firms, women-owned small business firms, and firms in labor surplus areas.
Contracting carries out many types of missions for the New York District such as construction projects, A-E services, and requirements procured under the simplified acquisition threshold. For supplies and services $2,500 or less, the IMPACT (VISA) card is our primary method of purchasing. For items between $2,500.00 and $25,000.00, Electronic Commerce/Electronic Data Interchange (ECI/EDI) is the primary method of procurement. All actions over $25,000 are advertised in the Commerce Business Daily.
The basic contracting rules for all Federal Government agencies are set forth in the Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR). Additional rules unique to DoD are set forth in the DoD FAR Supplement (DFARS) and Army Federal Acquisition Regulation (AFARS).
Interested in Doing Business with NAN?
If you are not already registered, you need to start by registering in the Central Contractor Registration (CCR) database. We cannot award any business to an organization that is not registered under the CCR program. Click here to start: Central Contractor Registration (CCR). See the box labeled "Create New Registration" for directions. Be sure to start by clicking on the "What You Need to Register" link.
To find information on available opportunities through the Federal Business Opportunities website click here: FBO. An effective way to start looking for opportunities is to use the advanced search form. Here you will be able to limit your search results by such qualifiers as geographical regions and specific industries (NAICS Code) to name a few. If you want to just browse to see NAN opportunities, click on this link: NAN Opportunities.
Once you find an opportunity, complete the appropriate forms stated in or provided in the synopsis or solicitation and return them as directed. If you have any questions, the solicitation or announcement will include a point of contact phone number and e-mail address.
Need Help Starting?
The U.S. Small Business Administration has a wealth of information on their web site. An excellent place to start is on their training page. Click here: SBA's Government Contracting Classroom.
Interested in NAN Projects?
Browse our website. There are links to our programs and projects that should help you obtain the information you are looking for or to just satisfy your curiosity about what we do and where.