Doing Business with CDC

Prior to doing business with CDC, visit the links below for more information:

Steps to find CDC’s latest contract opportunities
  1. Visit FedBizOppsexternal icon
  2. In the Agency field, begin typing and select “Centers for Disease Control and Prevention”
  3. Enter other preferred search parameters, if applicable
  4. Review results and select the solicitation name for more information

Unsolicited Proposals

Unsolicited proposals represent a means for CDC to obtain innovative and unique methods or approaches for accomplishing the agency’s mission. Please see Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR) Subpart 15.6external icon for additional information regarding unsolicited proposals. Unsolicited proposals should be submitted for review and consideration to the following address:

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
Office of Financial Resources
Office of Policy, Performance, and Communications
Policy and Issues Management Team
2900 Woodcock Blvd
Mail Stop TCU-3
Atlanta, GA 30341

Details covering policy, procedures, and content of unsolicited proposals are contained in the Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR) Subpart 15.6external icon. A positive evaluation of an unsolicited proposal does not necessarily mean that the CDC will negotiate a noncompetitive procurement with you. If the services or products offered are available elsewhere, CDC is still required to seek competition.

If your unsolicited proposal submission does not result in a contract award, please continue to check FedBizOppsexternal icon for other contracting opportunities.

*As of November 12, Federal Business Opportunities, the website for publishing all public government procurements, will be officially decommissioned. Posting of all federal procurements will be done on beta.SAM.govexternal icon under the “Contract Opportunities” tab beginning November 12.

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Page last reviewed: July 13, 2018