Subcontracting for Small Business
DoD Prime Contractor Directory
Our fiscal year 2017 DoD Prime Contractor Directory identifies large prime contractors that are required to establish subcontracting plans with goals. The list includes company names, prime contract numbers, contract periods of performance, NAICS codes, company points of contact (POCs), POC phone numbers and POC email addresses. You can use this directory to find the contact information of prime contractors for potential subcontracting opportunities. The directory is generated from data contained in Individual Subcontract Reports (ISRs) reported by prime contractors in the Electronic Subcontracting Reporting System (eSRS) and data contained in the Federal Procurement Data System (FPDS).
All contracts with "N/A" listed for periods of performance are Indefinite-Delivery-Indefinite-Quantity (IDIQ) contracts that have task orders with their own periods of performances; the task orders are not listed; only the IDIQ contract.
USASpending.gov includes details about subcontract awards. You can use USASpending.gov to connect subcontract awards to prime contracts and identify prime contractors that are awarding subcontracts in your local area.
SBA Subcontracting Assistance Directory
The Small Business Administration's "Subcontracting Assistance Directory" identifies people you should contact if you have questions about subcontracting.
The SUB-Net database identifies subcontracting solicitations and opportunities posted by large prime contractors and other non-federal agencies. Use SUB-Net to search for potential subcontracting opportunities with the federal government and prime contractors.
DoD Subcontracting Program
Do you need a quick guide that identifies the regulatory requirements for subcontracting plans? See the "The Basics in Subcontracting".