We advise the Secretary of Defense on all matters related to small business and are committed to maximizing the contributions of small business in DoD acquisitions. We provide leadership and governance to the Military Departments and Defense Agencies to meet the needs of the nations' Warfighters, creating opportunities for small businesses while ensuring each tax dollar is spent responsibly.
In order to fulfill our strategic goals and mission, we seek out opportunities and strategic activities to increase small business dollars competitively awarded by DoD military departments and agencies. These statistical tables and reports demonstrate how well we are performing.Learn More
Small business' contributions to the Warfighter are maximized through legislation, regulations, Executive Orders and policy directives. These laws, rules, policies, orders and related guidelines defining the small business community's support of the DoD are accessible here.Learn More
There are a number of reference materials, guides, training resources as well as professional counseling available to DoD Small Business Professionals. This includes a link to the Procurement Technical Assistance Centers, which provide training and counseling assistance at no cost.Learn More
The Mentor-Protégé Program encourages major DoD prime contractors (mentors) to develop the technical and business capabilities of small disadvantaged businesses (SDBs) and other eligible protégés.
The Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) and Small Business Technology Transfer (STTR) Programs harness the innovative talents and entrepreneurial energies of our nation's small technology companies for U.S. military and economic strength.
The Indian Incentive Program compensates prime contractors that use Indian organizations and Indian-owned economic enterprises on subcontracted work or on subcontracted commercial products manufactured in whole or in part by an Indian organization.
Carol Brown Vigna elected FY 2014 Secretary for the OSDBU Directors Interagency Council
In September 2013, Executive Committee elections were held for the Federal Office of Small and Disadvantaged Business Utilization Directors Interagency Council, and Carol Brown Vigna from the DoD Office of Small Business Programs has been elected Secretary for FY 2014. The new officers began their one-year term of office on October 1, 2013. We congratulate Carol and wish her well in this position.
DCAA SMALL BUSINESS CONTRACTING SEMINAR
Attend this event and learn about the importance of accounting systems, contract briefings, provisional rate structures, and how to monitor subcontracts for small business contracts. For the event agenda, click here.
Thank you for your interest in the Defense Contract Audit Agency's Small Business Seminar. The seminar is closed for registration.
SMALL BUSINESS PROGRAMS WORKS CLOSELY WITH DCAA and DCMA
The Department of Defense (DoD) Office of Small Business Programs (OSBP) is pleased to announce the appointment of small business ombudsmen in the Defense Contract Audit Agency and (DCAA) and Defense Contract Management Agency and (DCMA).
Business.USA.gov is the U.S. government's official web portal to support business start-ups, growth, financing and exporting. It is designed to provide access to online resources and services of Federal, state, and local Government as well as those of non-profit and educational organizations supporting businesses.
Highlights DoD efforts to achieve the five percent goal for prime and subcontract awards to small businesses owned and controlled by women.
An aggressive DoD effort to improve the prime and subcontracting opportunities for businesses owned and controlled by veterans and service-disabled veterans.
A DoD program to determine if comprehensive subcontracting plans will result in increased subcontracting opportunities for small business while reducing the administrative burdens on contractors.
A nationwide network of small business professionals organized to promote the Federal Small Business Programs.
Small Business Administration program to promote job growth, capital investment and economic development in historically underutilized business zones (HUBZones).