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The PHMSA Small Business program ensures that socioeconomic business policies and goals of the Secretary of Transportation are implemented in a fair, efficient, and effective manner. 

PHMSA recognizes the impact small businesses have on our economy, and remain committed to exceeding benchmarks set for the agency and for the DOT by the Small Business Association. The DOT has received an "A" grade on its annual SBA scorecard, an assessment tool that measures how well federal agencies reach their small business and contracting goals, for two years in a row. 

From this site you are able to navigate to other sites that provide more detailed information on where to look for opportunities and what assistance is available for the small business community.

Points of Contact
The PHMSA Office of Acquisition Services is always looking to explore acquisition opportunities within the small business community. Small businesses are encouraged to email their marketing materials such as line cards to:

Jackie Naranjo
phmsa-smallbusiness@dot.gov
202-366-4429

Find out more information about our office, contacts, or submit questions:

 
Office Profile
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Current Opportunities
There are no specified current opportunities. Please check back often or visit FedBizOpps for more information.
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