Doing Business With the OCC
Small Business Programs
Supplier Diversity Program
What the OCC Buys
The Office of the Comptroller of the Currency's (OCC) annual procurement awards are approximately $180 million representing about 1,500 contracts. Awards are primarily in the following North American Industry Classification System codes:
- 541519 – Other Computer Related Services;
- 518210 – Data Processing, Hosting, and Related Services;
- 541512 – Computer Systems Design Services;
- 541513 – Computer Facilities Management Services;
- 531210 – Office of Real Estate Agents and Brokers;
- 541611 – Administrative Management and General Management Consulting Services; and
- 524114 – Direct Health and Medical Insurance Carriers.
The following pre-solicitation notices are for procurements between $15,000 and $25,000:
- There are currently no requirements that fall within this dollar range and require posting. Please monitor this website for future postings.
Forecast and Existing Contracts
To review the OCC's most recent forecast of contract opportunities and list of OCC existing contracts with incumbent prime contractors, please visit:
- OCC Fiscal Year 2019 and 2020 Forecast of Contract Opportunities (PDF)
- OCC Fiscal Year 2018 Existing Contracts with Incumbent Prime Contractors (PDF)
Register With the OCC
The OCC uses the Supplier Registration database to conduct early market research. The OCC also uses this database to inform businesses about internal and external outreach events that the OCC is attending or sponsoring.
Learn About the OCC's Supplier Diversity Program
The OCC exceeds annual U.S. Small Business Administration goals, including awards to small businesses, 8(a) participants, women-owned small businesses, service-disabled veteran-owned small businesses, and historically underutilized business zone-certified small businesses. The OCC is also committed to increasing opportunities and providing technical assistance to minority- and women-owned businesses. The OCC's Small Business and Business Activities Programs work together to increase diversity in the agency's procurement activities. For more information, please visit the OCC's Office of Minority and Women Inclusion (OMWI) program.
How the OCC Procures Goods and Services
For most contracting needs, the OCC uses U.S. Government Services Administration Multiple Award Schedule (MAS) contracts, Government-wide Acquisition Contracts (GWAC), and Multi-Agency Contracts (MACs).
For items not available through multiple award contracts, the OCC posts requests for proposals on the Federal Business Opportunities website.
Acquiring goods and services at the OCC consists of two phases; Awarding Contracts and Contract Administration. The OCC's Acquisitions' Management (AQM) Office has two teams that provide assistance during each phase: the Pre-Award Team and the Contract Administration Team.
To better understand the phases of the acquisition process, refer to the Roadmap to Award a Contract (PDF) and the Roadmap Through Contract Administration (PDF).