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Subcontracting For Small Business

FY 2016 Prime Contractors Which Require an Individual Subcontracting Plan (pdf)
This FY 2016 directory is intended for small business concerns seeking opportunities with DoD prime contractors. The directory is a listing of large business prime contractors who are required to establish subcontracting plans with goals. The report is generated from data contained in the Individual Subcontract Reports (ISRs) submitted in the Electronic Subcontracting Reporting System (eSRS) by contractors and from data contained in the Federal Procurement Data System (FPDS). The directory includes the prime contract number; the vendor name; the contracts period of performance (effective, current completion, and ultimate completion date); the NAICS code and description; the major product/service code (PSC) provided to DoD; the vendor's POC; the POC's phone number and email address. In addition, many companies have websites with additional information which may be useful in your search for subcontracting opportunities or teaming arrangements. All contracts with "N/A" listed for period of performances are Indefinite Delivery, Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ) contracts which have task orders with their own periods of performances. The deliver orders are not listed, only the IDIQ contract.

SUB-Net, U.S. Small Business Administration Subcontracting Network

The SUB-Net database is a listing of subcontracting solicitations and opportunities posted by large prime contractors and other non-federal agencies. Use the link to search for potential subcontracting opportunities.  
DoD Subcontracting Program -- The Basics of Subcontracting