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FBO.Gov Has Moved

by Melanie Berman - November 26, 2019

On Nov. 12, 2019, the FedBizOps website FBO.Gov was retired, and beta.SAM.Gov has taken its place as the new authoritative source for Contract Opportunities. 

For the most part, the transition appears to have gone smoothly, according to the General Services Administration (click here to listen to a recent interview with a GSA senior executive on the Federal News Network about the current status of “Contract Opportunities” at BETA.SAM.GOV). 

There are additional resources posted at the beta.SAM.Gov website to provide information and training for contractors. For your convenience, we have listed direct links to some of these resources below.

We will post additional information, tips, and future updates about the new Contract Opportunities website - so, stay tuned! 

If you have ideas or suggestions for improvement, please use the “provide feedback” button on the beta.SAM.gov website.

If you would like to find small business events and vendor collaboration opportunities, look for these specific links toward the top of the page when you visit the Contracting Opportunities page on the beta.SAM.Gov website. If you are logged in, you can save these searches after clicking on the applicable links to quickly access these opportunities in the future.

 Your PTAC Counselor is ready to assist with any issues or questions related to the beta.SAM.Gov transition. 

Don’t Pay For Assistance That You Can Get Free.

PTAC counselors play a significant role in supporting contractors when systems change in the federal marketplace. If you are having trouble with anything related to the new beta.SAM.gov website, make sure to contact your Arkansas PTAC counselor. We are just a phone call or email away. 

It is also important to remember that there are firms that charge small businesses for assistance with things like SAM registration and FBO transition support. Always remember that you can get this support at no cost through your local PTAC.

 

 

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