Doing Business with Fiscal
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Several links on this page will direct you to the fms.treas.gov (the former Financial Management Service) or to the publicdebt.treas.gov (the former Bureau of the Public Debt) websites. This is a temporary solution as we build the Bureau of the Fiscal Service website.

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Doing Business with the Fiscal Service


When we procure items, we use credit cards, purchase orders, delivery orders, contracts, and blanket purchase agreements. We use the following methods to identify prospective sources:

  • Sources recommended by the small business specialist
  • Previous bidder's mailing list for a similar action
  • Sources identified during market survey efforts
  • System for Award Management (SAM)
  • FedBizOpps.gov

You can get started by registering with the System for Award Management (SAM), which will allow access to Treasury bureau mailing lists. Then, watch FedBizOpps.gov to identify current opportunities. When you see something that interests you, request the details or sign up on the electronic mailing list according to the instructions contained in the notices.

You may submit technical literature, including line cards, to:

Small Business Specialist
Bureau of the Fiscal Service
Division of Procurement
200 Third Street, Avery 5-F
Parkersburg, WV 26106-5312
Email: smallbusiness@bpd.treas.gov

Our small business specialist will review the literature received and send it to the appropriate technical, as well as procurement personnel.

Fiscal Service officials attend various Treasury and local small business conferences. We’ll post notices of such conferences and points of contact for additional information on this website.

How to Find Business Opportunities with Us

  • System for Award Management (SAM): Register to Work with the Federal Government at SAM.
  • FedBizOpps.gov: Find federal business opportunities.
  • Justifications for Other than Full and Open Competition: In accordance with FAR 6.305(d)(2), justifications for other than full and open competition for the Fiscal Service’s procurements are posted on the Government’s Point of Entry (GPE) site: FedBizOpps.gov.
  • How to Do Business with Treasury: A step-by-step guide on how to get started seeking contracting opportunities.
  • Treasury Contract Forecast: Forecast of contract opportunities, historical purchasing data, and subcontracting opportunities.

Contact Our Procurement Division:

Bureau of the Fiscal Service
Division of Procurement
200 Third Street, Avery 5-F
Parkersburg, WV 26106-5312
Email: smallbusiness@bpd.treas.gov

BusinessUSA

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Our Websites

Financial Management Service

This legacy bureau provided central payment services to federal agencies, operated the collections and deposit systems, provided government-wide accounting and reporting services, and managed the collection of delinquent debt owed to the government.

Visit Financial Management Service

Bureau of the Public Debt

See what the roles and responsibilities of this legacy Bureau were – to borrow the money needed to operate the government and to account for the resulting debt.

Visit Bureau of the Public Debt

TreasuryDirect

TreasuryDirect is the first and only financial services website that lets you buy and redeem Treasury securities, including U.S. Savings Bonds, directly from the U.S. Department of the Treasury in paperless electronic form.

Visit TreasuryDirect

ARC

The Administrative Resource Center works with federal agencies to improve the agency's success by delivering responsive, customer-focused, cost-effective administrative support.

Visit ARC

Do Not Pay

The Do Not Pay Business Center was developed to support federal agencies in their efforts to reduce the number of improper payments.

Visit Do Not Pay

EFTPS

A free service offered by the Department of the Treasury to help business and individual taxpayers conveniently pay all their federal taxes electronically.

Visit EFTPS



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