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Management and oversight of acquisition in the Department of Justice is the responsibility of the Chief Acquisition Officer. The Justice Management Division's Services and Initiatives page provides information to help the contractor navigate the contracting process.

You may also find agency-specific information on the following procurement sites:

DOJ Agency Grant Sites

The DOJ agencies listed below also have sites that provide grant information specific to that agency. Examples of what can be found on these sites are programs, funding opportunities, application assistance, and other useful information.

Federal Business Opportunities

The Department of Justice posts all of its open market solicitations for requirements over $25,000 in value on the Federal Business Opportunities web site FedBizOpps.gov. FedBizOpps.gov has been designated as the single source for Federal government procurement opportunities exceeding $25,000. It provides the public with access to procurement policies, solicitations, drawings, and amendments. Vendors can browse the listings and can also register to receive automatic e-mail notification of business opportunities.

Sales Opportunities

The Department of Justice sales include the National Sellers List, offering property for sale to the public and the UNICOR Sales Catalog, offering goods and services for sale to the Federal Government.

Small and Disadvantaged Business Opportunities

The Department of Justice's Office of Small and Disadvantaged Business Utilization (OSDBU) is focused on increasing contracting opportunities for small businesses, small disadvantaged businesses, women-owned small businesses, and service-disabled veteran-owned small businesses as prime contractors and subcontractors.

Department of Justice Non-Retaliation Policy

The Office of the National Ombudsman of the U.S. Small Business Administration has asked all Federal agencies to make clear that, if a small business entity requests Ombudsman assistance on a matter or otherwise questions or complains about a Federal agency action, the agency will not retaliate in response. The Department of Justice is committed to fair regulatory enforcement practices, supports the right of the regulated community to raise concerns about regulatory enforcement actions without the fear of retaliation, and will investigate any allegations of retaliation and take appropriate corrective action to ensure it is not repeated. However, while the Department will investigate any allegation of retaliation, a complaint to the Ombudsman will not stop or delay investigations and legal or administrative proceedings as part of the Department's ongoing responsibility to enforce Federal laws. Small businesses regulated by the Department may direct comments regarding regulatory enforcement actions to the Small Business Regulatory Enforcement Fairness Act (SBREFA) point-of-contact. The list of agency SBREFA contacts may be found on the Small Business Administration’s Office of the National Ombudsman’s (SBA/ONO) website.

Alternatively, small businesses may choose to contact the SBA/ONO directly by calling 1-888-REG-FAIR (1-888-734-3247), or visiting the Ombudsman’s website.

Updated: March 2014
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