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Doing Business With VA

The Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) has contracting and procurement activities within its nationwide network of hospitals, clinics, regional offices, Veterans benefits, Veterans Integrated Service Networks, data processing centers, and national cemeteries that require a broad spectrum of products and services.

VA purchases a variety of its supply products and services from national, regional, and local sources.

Quick Resources

Doing Business With VA Reference Guide (abridged) and Doing Business With VA Reference Guide (expanded) are tools to help small businesses navigate the VA contracting and procurement process.

Procurement Readiness Reference Guide provides information to help small businesses effectively prepare to do business with VA.

VA Small Business Program Goals and Accomplishments highlight socioeconomic accomplishments for each type of reporting mechanism.

Office of Procurement, Acquisition and Logistics (OPAL) provides outlined information and additional resources for businesses working with VA.


Access prime contractor contact information and contract details (value, dates, locations, NAICS Codes, and Product Service Codes).
Learn more about Small Business Subcontracting Plans »

Corporate Partnerships

Corporate Partnership Agreements are designed to help Veteran small business concerns with capacity building, past performance evaluation, and related small business activities.
Discover corporate partnerships »

Veteran Franchising Opportunities

Browse a growing list of franchising opportunities available to Veteran small businesses. Browse a list of franchising opportunities »

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