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Acquisition Releases and Contract Requests on FedBizOpps – Acquisition summaries, contract requests and other information, including draft statements of work, special notifications, source releases, etc., available for download on FedBizOpps. ED publishes calls to FedBizOpps, the only point on the internet where suppliers can access the information needed for government procurement bids. Providers can view a summary, upload an invitation, and sign up to receive notifications of changes to posts. In addition, ED uses FedBizOpps as an electronic means of issuing notices of intent to purchase for proposed contract shares, which are expected to exceed $15,000, but are not expected to exceed $25,000 – by FAR 5,101(a) (2). The terms marked with a CDER library symbol come from the Common Data Element Repository (CDER). A complete list of default data items can be found in the CDER library. Government, SAM is used by government and program staff as part of their market research to identify potential suppliers of certain goods and services. The grants community is diverse, as is the terminology we use to talk about roles and aspects of the grant lifecycle. Here you will find a glossary with funding terms based on grant policies and Grants.gov functions. Business with the U.S.

Department of Education – This guide contains general information about the contracting process at the Department of Education and would be of particular interest to potential contractors who are new to the Department of Education. Each core business component within ED has staff empowered to make purchases with the Government Purchase Card. On February 23, 2004, the department held a small business information conference in Washington, DC. Forecast of upcoming contracting activities – A list of possible future acquisitions of ED. . . .

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