Doing Business with the Department of Justice
- Register to Business with DOJ
- Getting Started
- Find Contracting Opportunities
- Comply with Regulations
- Small Business Resources
DOJ is committed to ensuring that small businesses have an integral role in the Department satisfying its mission. The Office of Small and Disadvantaged Business Utilization is responsible for promoting the use of small businesses, small disadvantaged businesses, HUBZone certified businesses, woman-owned small businesses, and small businesses owned and controlled by service-disabled veterans in procurements throughout the department.
This page is designed to assist small businesses in getting started as a federal contractor, in doing business with the Department of Justice, and to identify contracting opportunities.
All individuals who wish to contract with the federal government must register in the System for Award Management (SAM). SAM is the primary database for the federal government. It is a consolidation of several procurement systems that allows small businesses to register to do business with the federal government and represent/self-certify as a small business in one system.
- Know the North American Industry Classification System (NAICS) Codes for your firm’s products and/or services.
- Identify which DOJ component(s) buy the products and/or services your firm provides.
- Review the DOJ Forecast of Contracting Opportunities.
- Visit the SAM.gov website for current DOJ contracting opportunities.
- Contact the DOJ Small Business Specialist for the component for assistance on marketing your firm to that component.
- Consider becoming a General Services Administration (GSA) Federal Supply Schedule contract holder.
The FY 2022 Department of Justice (DOJ) Forecast of Contracting Opportunities lists planned procurements for FY 2022 by DOJ's major buying activities. The forecast includes projections of anticipated contract actions generally above the simplified acquisition threshold that small businesses, small disadvantaged businesses, women-owned small businesses, HUBZone small businesses, and service-disabled veteran-owned small businesses may be able to perform through direct contracts with DOJ, or through subcontracting opportunities. Final decisions regarding the extent of competition; potential 8(a), HUBZone, service-disabled veteran-owned, woman-owned small business, economically disadvantaged woman owned small business, or small business set-asides; estimated value; or any aspect of the procurement action will not be made until each procurement is initiated.
The information provided in the FY 2022 Forecast of Contracting Opportunities is for planning purposes only; it does not represent a presolicitation synopsis, an invitation for bid or a request for proposal. Further, it is not a commitment by the Department of Justice to purchase the described supplies and services.
It is available in two file formats, Microsoft Excel, and portable document format. The Microsoft Excel spreadsheet may be downloaded and sorted as appropriate.
**The forecast will be updated as information becomes available.
SAM.gov is the government-wide repository for federal contracting opportunities greater than $25,000. Follow the link to DOJ's opportunities.
- Federal Acquisition Regulations
- Code of Federal Regulations, Title 13 Business Credit and Assistance