FedBizOpps – a single site where federal contracting opportunities are posted; the best way to find contracting opportunities with the CDC and other federal agencies

Forecast of Contracting Opportunities within HHS – projections of anticipated contract actions above $100,000 within the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS)

Doing Business with HHS – a general guide to doing business with the CDC and other agencies within HHS

HHS Office of Small and Disadvantaged Business Utilization (OSDBU) – information for small businesses, which may be useful to all potential contractors

Unsolicited Proposals – procedures for submitting unsolicited proposals to the CDC

Common Terms – glossary of commonly used terms in federal acquisitions

Awarded Contracts – may help businesses anticipate an agency’s future needs based on past procurements

Regulations and Policy – comprehensive information on federal and CDC procurement regulations and policies

Unsolicited Proposals
Unsolicited proposals represent an excellent means for obtaining innovative and unique methods or approaches for accomplishing the mission of the CDC. Before expending extensive efforts in preparing unsolicited proposals, potential offerors should make preliminary contact with appropriate personnel to ensure there is a general need for the type of task or effort contemplated. Unsolicited proposals should be submitted for review and consideration to the following address:

Deputy Director
CDC Procurement and Grants Office
2920 Brandywine Road
Mail Stop E-14
Atlanta, GA 30341

Details covering policy, procedures, and content of unsolicited proposals are contained in the Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR) Subpart 15.5. A positive evaluation of your unsolicited proposal does not necessarily mean that the CDC will negotiate a noncompetitive procurement with you. If the services or products you offer are available elsewhere, we are still obligated to obtain competition.

If you are not funded as a result of an unsolicited submission, please continue to check FedBizOpps for other contracting opportunities.