Small businesses have the opportunity to increase their sales and revenues through potential contracts with federal, state or local government agencies. The following resources provide more information on government procurement opportunities:
ACCESSColorado - State of Colorado Procurement
Anyone wanting to sell goods or services to the State of Colorado must promote their goods and services to individual State entities and actively search for opportunities on ColoradoVSS and other solicitation websites. The State Purchasing Office is a valuable resource that helps guide businesses through the procurement process. ACCESSColorado is the program for active and prospective suppliers.
City of Commerce City
The City of Commerce City routinely issues bid requests for qualified and experienced firms to provide professional services for capital improvement programs and other projects. Interested companies can sign up to receive a text message or email notification when new bid requests are issued.
Colorado Procurement Technical Assistance Center (PTAC)
Colorado PTAC assists Colorado companies with finding, obtaining and performing local, state and federal government contracts.
The Historically Underutilized Business Zones (HUBZone) program helps small businesses in urban and rural communities gain preferential access to federal procurement opportunities. See if your business is located in an eligible HUBZone in Commerce City.
Rocky Mountain E-Purchasing System
Rocky Mountain e-Purchasing System connects local government agencies and vendors. Find Bids, RFPs & solicitations for cities in Colorado and Wyoming.