"Bidmain" biz service---yes/no/maybe???

BILL WARD

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got the followig eail----anyone heard of them/have dealigs with them???the results??


Dear Sir or Madam,
As you might know already, government agencies have a statutory obligation to
reach-out and consider small businesses for government business opportunities.
These contract goals are intended for 8(a) business, women-owned businesses, small
disadvantaged businesses, companies located in HUB Zones and service disabled
veteran-owned businesses.
So it is up to you to promote and match your products and services to the buying
needs of agencies. Then, how do you find government opportunities?
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preferences.
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Best,
Sales Team
webmaster@bidmain.com
 
I'm not an expert by any means. But I just bid on my first government contract because the buyer was one of my customers, and so gave me a chance to bid. I had to register as a government contractor at http://www.ccr.gov. To do so you need a number from Dunn & Bradstreet. So you call them first and make sure you're registered. At the end of the ccr registration, if I remember correctly, you have some options to make yourself available for bidding on other contracts in the field of your business.

Personal opinion - I would be highly skeptical of an email solicitation to register and receive government contract opportunities. Not personal opinion - to bid on or receive any contract you will have to register at ccr.gov. I'd try that first, then see if you need more assistance getting access to bid opportunities.
 
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