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Supplier and Subcontractor Registration

Companies seeking to become a supplier or subcontractor with BGCAPP must follow the steps below to register on the Supplier and Contractor Portal. Registration is required before a company can be considered for contracting opportunities.

Before starting your registration, you must obtain a DUNS number and Register in It is recommened that potential suppliers or subcontractors go to Supplier and Contractor Portal and become familiar with the expectations and guidelines of doing business with BGCAPP.

Steps for registering your company:

  • DUNS Number Registration
    Required to register in the database and the Supplier and Contractor Portal. Registration for a DUNS number is free and is used for the purpose of government contracting.
  • Federal Contractor Registration
    System for Award Management (SAM) is required prior to completing Supplier Registration. There are many advantages for companies to be registered in SAM. the primary benefit being visibility to Government agencies and prime contractors who utilize the SAM database to find suppliers and contractors for billions of dollars in contracting opportunities.
  • Supplier and Contractor Portal
    Review procurement philosphy and expectations on Ethics, Safety & Health, Quality and Small Business Program.
  • SBA.Gov has critical information for small businesses wanting to do business with the government and list of resources that can assist you in that quest.
Small Business Advocate (SBA)

BGCAPP has small business and socioeconomic goals in the following SBA categories:

  • Small
  • Woman Owned
  • Small disadvantaged
  • Veteran Owned
  • Service Disabled Veteran Owned
  • HUBZone

BGCAPP is committed to providing meaningful roles for small (SB), small disadvantaged (SDB) 8(a), HUBZone certified, woman-owned (WOSB), veteran-owned (VOSB), service-disabled veteran owned (SDVOSB) business to participate in our procurement activities. Diversity in purchasing and subcontracting provides vital links to the local community, increases our flexibility in meeting project goals, strengthens the local economy, is cost effect and represents best business practices.

Suppliers contacting us for the first time, as well as those requiring information or assistance may contact the Small Business Advocate.


Arch McAlister
Small Business Advocate
(859) 625-6272