The Small Business and Supplier Diversity Initiative Report is available here.
Small businesses are important to the growth and success of Georgia's economy. These businesses provide thousands of jobs for owners and employees throughout the state.
Learn more about state procurement opportunities.
As directed by Governor Brian P. Kemp through Executive Order 07.13.22.01, the Georgia Department of Administrative Services is increasing outreach to small businesses across our state, with a focus on minority-owned, woman-owned, and veteran-owned businesses.
In partnership with the Georgia Department of Economic Development, the University of Georgia Small Business Development Center Multicultural Business Division, and other key stakeholders, we are increasing supplier education, training and engagement. Join our mailing list to stay informed of outreach events, training sessions and more!
Share your input.
As the Department responsible for procuring goods and services for state government agencies, we recognize small businesses may experience challenges to participating in the state's procurement process. We encourage all interested companies to complete our survey . Your input will help us continue our efforts ways to enhance the state procurement process, making it more accessible to Georgia's small businesses.
We're committed to serving Georgia's small business community.
To make the state's contracting process easier to access, DOAS is working to address challenges identified by stakeholders in three primary categories: (1) satisfying state requirements, (2) bid opportunity identification, and (3) readiness to bid. Take a look at our Small Business and Supplier Diversity Initiative Report for more on how we are engaging and serving small businesses across our state.
Connect with partners and resources.
Access the links below to learn more about getting started as a supplier, our minority business enterprise certification program and more.