Becoming an FDIC Supplier: Quick Reference Guide
Review the list of 23 primary service categories for which the FDIC contracts with businesses – Make sure your products and/or services are listed (See the next five slides).
Prepare to register in CCR (Central Contractor Registration) by gathering all the necessary information (See slide 12). CCR is the registration system for all contractors who will be paid by a Government agency for performing work.
Register in the CCR database.
Contact the FDIC (See slide 15) to let them know who you are and that you are ready, willing, and able to bid on upcoming contract opportunities.
Bonus Option: Consider seeking third party certification for your type of business (Small Disadvantaged Business, Minority Owned Business, Women Owned Business, Veteran Owned Business, etc.) – This is not required, but will increase your credibility as you grow your business.
The 5 Basic Steps to Becoming an FDIC Contractor
FDIC OMWI Education Module: Becoming an FDIC Supplier: Quick Reference Guide