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To see future EPA procurement opportunities click the Forecast Database button below.

The Office of Acquisition Management (OAM) is responsible for all contracting and related activities to fulfill the Agency's mission to protect and safeguard the environment through its business relationships.    As the business organization of the Agency, OAM manages and supports the Procurement and Contracts Management Program's Policies, Procedures, Operations, Contract Planning, Awards, Administration, and Closeouts.   For list of the procurement offices that do the buying see attached list  Who Buys for Whom (1 pp, 468K, About PDF)  For more details about OAM's organization, services, and points of contact, please see About EPA's Office of Acquisition Management.

Transparency and Open GovernmentExit Disclaimer

Vivek Kundra, Chief Information Officer, and Beth Noveck, Deputy Chief Technology Officer for Open Government, explain the Open Government Initiative

EPA Vendor Communication Plan - 2012  (posted 06/05/12, 7 pp, 81K, About PDF)

Service Contract Inventory - The inventory include all service contract actions over $25,000 awarded in the specified fiscal year.


Current Business Announcements with EPA

EPA contract vehicles are to be awarded to vendors with a valid CCR and current Data Universal Numbering System (DUNS) registration. The subsequent weblink provides guidance on registering and updating a CCR profile. CCR Requirements.

"Greening" Government Procurement

If you are a federal agency interested in EPA's initiatives on Environmentally Preferred Purchasing and purchasing items containing recovered (recycled) materials, click here for details "Greening" Government Procurement.

Homeland Security Presidential Directive 12 (HSPD-12)
Contractor Template

Contractors should use this template to provide information to the contract-level Contracting Officer Representative (i.e., Project Officer) to initiate the badging process. This requirement applies to contractor and subcontractor employees requiring access to EPA facilities or EPA information systems. If there is a requirement for contractor or subcontractor employees to have on-site access for at least 24 hours a week for at least 6 months a year they will be required to undergo a background investigation in order to receive an EPA Personnel Access and Security System (EPASS) badge.

The template was developed to assist in providing a uniform format for the transmission of the required contractor employee information. The template contains drop down menus when entering data in various data cells, i.e. Employee Type, Program Office, Work City and State, Birth State, Birth Country, Citizenship, Previous Investigation and Investigative Agency. Click here for the Template "Contract People Template". (updated 04/12/12)

IMPORTANT NOTE: The template must include contractor employees’ full, "formal" names as found on employment records, Social Security cards, driver’s license, etc. Incomplete, inaccurate names and/or nicknames are UNACCEPTABLE and will delay badge issuance.


Office of Acquisition Management - Freedom of Information Act (FOIA)

This link provides guidance on releasing information under the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA).  Class Determination 1-95  (9 pp, 73KB, About PDF)

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