The USDA Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS) is a food safety regulatory agency within the U.S. Department of Agriculture responsible for protecting the public’s health by ensuring that meat, poultry, and egg products are safe, wholesome, and properly labeled.
In support of the Agency’s goals, the Procurement Branch within the FSIS Office of Management Administrative Services Division performs a variety of procurement functions, including acquisition planning, procurement and policy, and management of contracts, purchase orders, cooperative agreements, and interagency agreements.
Doing Business with FSIS
Small Business Overview
FSIS purchases of a wide variety of supplies, equipment, and services such as:
Laboratory/scientific equipment and supplies, maintenance services
Personal protective equipment (PPE) used by Inspection Program Personnel
Maintenance agreements on laboratory equipment
Information Technology equipment and services
Office machines and supplies
Management and professional services
Training (commercial-off-the-shelf and customized)
- USDA Procurement Forecast to view contracting opportunities for all USDA Agencies (Use filter for FSIS specific opportunities.)
- USDA Small Business Specialists is a listing of USDA Small Business Specialist within individual USDA Agencies
- USDA OSDBU Small Business Information provides information on doing business with USDA
- www.SAM.gov to monitor postings under Contract Opportunities