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FedSource for Government Agencies

August 31, 2004 — FedSource, a Department of the Treasury Franchise Fund business entity for government agencies, was created in 1994 to improve the delivery of products and services. With nine locations around the United States, FedSource provides agencies with access to superior federal-to-federal contracting services. As the procurement agent for FedSource, as well as many other federal entities, our Administrative Resource Center (ARC) awards and administers the contracts covering four core business lines that FedSource uses to satisfy its customers' needs:

Vendors interested in FedSource contracting opportunities are encouraged to check the following resources:

ARC strives to utilize 8(a) small and disadvantaged businesses, the Small Business Administration's Historically Underutilized Business Zone HUBzone companies, service-disabled and other veteran-owned small businesses, women-owned small businesses, and other small business concerns for its contracts. Alaska Native Corporations, which are classified as 8(a), have recently been awarded ARC contracts and are presently being evaluated for FedSource requirements.

Also, please note that all vendors that intend to do business with the Federal Government must be registered in the Central Contractor Registration (CCR) database. To register on CCR, visit www.ccr.gov. If you are a small business, be sure to complete all fields pertaining to small business concerns.

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