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Searching Federal Solicitations

Through form fills and query searches access available federal open solicitations for your industry and/or the entire Government. Connect to numerous Government websites with a click of the mouse to view available contract opportunities to bid on. View the contract title, solicitation number, NAICS, PSC’s, Agency, sub agency, posted date, updated date, deadline, office, set asides, notice type, state, zip and contact information for the contracting officer.

Federal Solicitations are found best by searching for a NAICS or PSC.

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All the following search results will populate below the search box (view the contract ID, Title, State, Posted Date and Deadline).

*Exporting is available for select users. Please contact your GPA for assistance.

**Choose multiple options (Ex: state, set aside, and NAICS) for a more targeted search

Search Query Options


Title Keywords

Find specific awarded contracts based on keyword(s) from the title or synopsis of a contract.

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Solicitation Number

Search by Solicitation Number to find a specific Federal Solicitation quickly.

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Type of Notice

Select from drop down and search by contract type.

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Type of Notice Opportunities

  • Award Notice

    When a federal agency awards a contract in response to a solicitation, they may choose to upload a notice of the award to allow the interested contractor to view the vendor receiving the awarded contract, and amount agreed upon. However, requirement guidelines for posting the award notice vary based upon the agency and solicitation.

  • Combined Synopsis/Solicitation

    Most opportunities classified this way are open for bids from eligible vendors. These opportunities include specifications for the product or service requested, and a due date for the proposal. The notice will specify bidding procedures in the details of the solicitation.

  • Intent to Bundle Requirements

    The notice type “Intent to Bundle Requirements” supports the requirements in Section 820 of the Fiscal Year (FY) 2010 National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) for contracting officers to post a notice of intent to use contract bundling procedures 30 days prior to releasing a solicitation or placing an order (if a solicitation is not required). This requirement applies to all federal agencies awarding actions funded solely with DoD funds.

  • Justification

    This type of notice is required to justify and obtain approval to award a contract without posting a solicitation as required by the Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR). 41 U.S.C. 253(c) and 10 U.S.C. 2304(c) authorize, under certain conditions, contracting without providing for full and open competition. The Department of Defense, Coast Guard, and National Aeronautics and Space Administration are subject to 10 U.S.C. 2304(c). Other executive agencies are subject to 41 U.S.C. 253(c). Contracting without providing for full and open competition or full and open competition after exclusion of sources is a violation of statute, unless permitted by one of the exceptions in FAR 6.302.

  • Presolicitation

    The pre-solicitation notice makes vendors aware that a solicitation may follow. Vendors may add themselves to the Interested Vendors List, if the posting agency has enabled this feature. This helps Government agencies determine if there are qualified vendors to perform the work scope and allows the contracting officer to gather information on the interested vendors. The pre-solicitation notice also helps the Government determine if the requirement can be set-aside for a small business if capable small businesses respond.

  • Solicitation

    A document that clearly defines Government requirements so businesses can submit competitive bids. A “Request for Proposal” (RFP) is one type of solicitation used by Federal agencies.

  • Sources Sought

    The Sources Sought notice is a synopsis posted by a Government agency seeking possible sources for a project. It is not a solicitation for work or a request for proposal. For more information, see FAR 7.3.

  • Special Notice

    Agencies use Special Notices to announce events like business fairs, long-range procurement estimates, pre-award (pre-bid/pre-proposal) conferences, meetings. This category also encompasses opportunities such as: request for information (RFI), or draft solicitations and draft specifications for review.

  • Sale of Surplus Property

    When the Federal Government no longer needs federal real estate properties, they may make these properties available for public use to state and local Governments, regional agencies, or nonprofit organizations to state and local Governments. Public uses for properties are those that are accessible to and can be shared by all members of a community, and include community centers, schools and colleges, parks, municipal buildings and many more.

Set Aside Status

Search specific socioeconomic status for set aside opportunities and history details.

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Posted From/To Date

Search a specific date range for contract details.

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Place of Performance – State

Search chosen state(s) for awarded contracts based on your place of performance criteria.

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Create a search based on Federal Solicitations who acquire services under specific NAICS codes.

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PSC Code

Create a search based on Federal Solicitations who acquire products under specific PSC codes.

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Search by a specific Department or Agency for award history details.

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View Federal Solicitation

To view a Federal Solicitation, click on the view icon and you will be redirected to On the website, you will be able to see the requirements for the solicitation, agency information, contact information, Solicitation information, terms and conditions and any important files required.

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Save Search Results to Favorites

To save search results to your profile, click the heart icon on the left within your search results to save that record in the My Profile/Favorites section.

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To reference your saved favorites, go to your personal Profile on the Homepage. In your profile, you will select Favorites on the top menu bar and then click on the designated folder to view your saved search results.

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Action Buttons

This database, will allow you to do specific query searches, find contact information and also provide you with educational and informative information. Each page you are on will have a Guidance, Government Links, Marketing and Docs & Templates Button to explore. These buttons offer educational and informative information specific to the area you are searching.

Access all Government public information, and utilize step by step instructions for searching, finding and marketing to Government and business contacts. Select GCR ties in marketing intelligence options throughout the program, creating a road map and tools to help businesses succeed in Government contracting.

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Guidance: This will guide you on the capabilities and functions available in your search area.
Government Links: These links will allow you to explore websites regarding the information you are searching for and directs you to government websites outside of our database.

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Marketing: We offer marketing advice to best leverage and use the information you are searching for by offering marketing concepts for you to utilize to get your company positioned to the government sector.
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Docs & Templates: We have included documents and templates built directly into this software for you to use at your disposal to learn how to talk, email and market yourself directly to the contracting