We want to hear from you
National Government Services is committed to providing an equitable opportunity for a variety of small businesses to participate in subcontracting opportunities:
- Service disabled veteran-owned
We welcome inquiries from small businesses interested in teaming with National Government Services and that are committed to the principles and spirit of Public Law 95-507, as amended, and Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR) Part 19, which establishes requirements for participation in federal contracting opportunities.
Why partner with us
As we strive to provide value-added services in support of government objectives, we continually seek diverse suppliers and subcontractors to increase our supplier base and to participate on our contracts.
We value the importance of strong partnerships to strengthen our ability to exceed the expectations of our federal clients. With a trusted network of suppliers and subcontractors, we rapidly scale to meet the dynamic solution challenges within federal health care.
Our core competencies are:
Register to work with us
We know many small businesses offer innovation and knowledge that can increase our competitive position.
Complete a short vendor profile to start the conversation. The process will capture your capabilities, specific area(s) of expertise, past performance and corporate profile information. We look forward to hearing from you.
With your information captured in our supplier database, National Government Services will be able to evaluate your company in the partnering selection process for upcoming federal health care opportunities.
Events we attend
National Government Services participates annually with the:
- Government Procurement Conference
- Veterans in Business Conference
- National Veteran's Small Business Engagement
- GovConNet Procurement Conference
- Veteran Entrepreneur Training Symposium (VETS) Annual Conference
- ACT/IAC events
- CMS industry events
We hope to see you at one of these small business events to discuss the possibility of joining forces on future contracts.