List of persons who
are excluded or disqualified from Federal contracts, grants and loan
General Services Administration Federal Service Desk
Single Audit Clearinghouse
The Federal Audit Clearinghouse
operates on behalf of the Office of Management and Budget (OMB) and
its primary purposes are: to disseminate audit information to the
public and Federal agencies, to support OMB oversight and assessment
of Federal award audit requirements, to assist Federal cognizant and
oversight agencies in obtaining OMB Circular A-133 data and reporting
packages, and to help auditors and auditees minimize the reporting
burden of complying with Circular A-133 audit requirements.
Electronic Subcontracting Reporting System (eSRS)- a
subcontract reporting system.
Finding Out If A Company Does Business With Other
Federal Agencies - a
short paper describing 12 means of determining if a company
business with other Federal Agencies.
State Purchasing Offices, Suspension and Debarment Web Pages, Business
Entity Registries, And Other Online Vendor Research Resources.
ACQUISITION CENTRAL is hosted by IAE (Integrated Acquisition Environment),
the E-Gov Initiative that is streamlining the federal acquisition process.
Acquisition Central hopes to reach out to help every member of the
acquisition community by providing one website for all things acquisition.
From here you can learn about regulations, systems, resources, opportunities,
Federal Procurement Data System- Next Generation
FPDS-NG offers public users unprecedented access to the spending patterns
of the Federal government – at no cost. Once you have registered
at www.fpds.gov, you will have access to more than 12 million contract
actions from across the Federal government.
Federal Assistance Award Data System
After the close of each quarter of the Federal fiscal year, the Federal
Assistance Award Data System (FAADS) produces a file of standardized
data records on all types of financial assistance awards made by Federal
agencies to all types of recipients during the indicated quarter. Each
Federal fiscal year begins on October 1 of one calendar year and ends
on September 30 of the year indicated.
Each transaction record identifies, by the Catalog of Federal Domestic
Assistance (CFDA) program code number and name, the type and amount
of financial assistance, the type and location of the recipient and
the geographic place of performance. The recipient name and other
selected data fields are blank in county-area summary records.
The recipient location and place of performance are identified by
name and by the geographic code for the state/territory, county
place. The Federal agency that made each award is identified by
code and by name. Programs not listed in the Catalog are identified
a similarly constructed pseudocode. Each record also contains information
on the date of the transaction, as well as the scheduled start
date and end date of the project or the award.
DESC Suspensions and Debarments