FEMA Contracting Opportunities

Below is a listing of all FEMA contracting opportunities. Press Most Current to refresh the list. You need an active System for Award Management (SAM) to bid on FEMA contracts. You can start or renew a SAM registration here.

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Type:

Combined Synopsis/Solicitation

Solicitation ID:

70FBR521Q00000002

Department:

HOMELAND SECURITY, DEPARTMENT OF

Office:

FEMA

Publish Date:

01/22/2021

Modified:

01/22/2021

Description:

Bids are being solicited under solicitation number 70FBR521Q00000002. This announcement constitutes...

Type:

Combined Synopsis/Solicitation

Solicitation ID:

70FA5020R00000005

Department:

HOMELAND SECURITY, DEPARTMENT OF

Office:

NATIONAL CONTINUITY SECTION(CON50)

Publish Date:

01/22/2021

Modified:

01/22/2021

Description:

UPDATE AS OF January 22, 2021: This update is to provide the following Award Synopsis information: Contract...

Type:

Sources Sought

Solicitation ID:

7022CPVT

Department:

HOMELAND SECURITY, DEPARTMENT OF

Office:

FEMA

Publish Date:

01/21/2021

Modified:

01/21/2021

Description:

The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) is seeking to find information for medical personnel services...

Type:

Sources Sought

Solicitation ID:

70FB7021I00000002

Department:

HOMELAND SECURITY, DEPARTMENT OF

Office:

INCIDENT SUPPORT SECTION(ISS70)

Publish Date:

01/21/2021

Modified:

01/21/2021

Description:

THIS IS A REQUEST FOR INFORMATION (RFI) ONLY.  This Request for Information (RFI) is issued solely...

Type:

Sources Sought

Solicitation ID:

70FA3021I00000001

Department:

HOMELAND SECURITY, DEPARTMENT OF

Office:

INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY SECTION(IT30

Publish Date:

01/21/2021

Modified:

01/21/2021

Description:

This is a Request for Information only.  Federal Emergency Management Agency, a component of...

Type:

Presolicitation

Solicitation ID:

70FA5021B0000000

Department:

HOMELAND SECURITY, DEPARTMENT OF

Office:

NATIONAL CONTINUITY SECTION(CON50)

Publish Date:

01/20/2021

Modified:

01/20/2021

Description:

Construction IFB will be competed by utilizing the NSA Acquisition Resource Center(ARC). ...

Type:

Award Notice

Solicitation ID:

70FBR221Q00000021

Department:

HOMELAND SECURITY, DEPARTMENT OF

Office:

FEMA

Publish Date:

01/19/2021

Modified:

01/19/2021

Description:

Type:

Award Notice

Solicitation ID:

70FBR021Q00000008

Department:

HOMELAND SECURITY, DEPARTMENT OF

Office:

FEMA

Publish Date:

01/19/2021

Modified:

01/19/2021

Description:

Type:

Sources Sought

Solicitation ID:

70FB7021I00000001

Department:

HOMELAND SECURITY, DEPARTMENT OF

Office:

INCIDENT SUPPORT SECTION(ISS70)

Publish Date:

01/19/2021

Modified:

01/19/2021

Description:

This is a Request for information only. Please see attachment for information.

Type:

Justification

Solicitation ID:

21-021

Department:

HOMELAND SECURITY, DEPARTMENT OF

Office:

FEMA

Publish Date:

01/19/2021

Modified:

01/19/2021

Description:

The HIS program office needs 15,000 additional housing inspections of applicant homes in response to...

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What is FEMA? The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA), an agency of the U.S. Department of Homeland Security created in 1978 and enacted in 1979, coordinates responses to disasters and state emergencies throughout the U.S. This agency gets involved when disaster response exhausts the resources of local and state authorities. FEMA turns to contractors to provide services and products after a disaster. These contracts can be for short-term (bottles of water) products and long-term (construction) services.

What Does FEMA Do? While the agency’s primary role is ground support during and after emergencies and disasters, the agency is also heavily involved in pre-disaster mitigation. Pre-disaster mitigation includes identifying risks to reduce potential injuries, property loss, and recovery time. The agency regularly assists recovery efforts after hurricanes and other weather-related disasters, wildfires, tornadoes, and snowstorms. It also provides state and local governments with experts in specialized fields, funding for rebuilding efforts, relief funds for infrastructure, and extensive response personnel training.

When Does FEMA Issue Contracts? Before and after a disaster strikes, FEMA needs help from contractors. The 2020 Disaster Relief Fund for FEMA is $14.5 billion dollars, so if there are disasters, there will be many contracts granted. These contracts can last years. In the decade after Hurricane Katrina, there were still contracts being written for relief work.

How Do You Qualify for FEMA Contracts? To qualify for FEMA contracting, a business only needs a valid System for Award Management (SAM) registration. The best time to register in SAM for this type of work is before the disaster hits. If you wait until it's on the evening news, then you've likely missed your chance to get involved. If your business provides products or services used during disaster relief, you should consider maintaining a valid and complaint registration. Having a compliant SAM registration means getting right to work when the next disaster strikes.

Start or Renew a SAM Registration

How Do You Find FEMA Contracts? At US Federal Contractor Registration (USFCR), we help contractors beyond their SAM registration or annual renewal. We provide a web-based contracting search and management platform, which thousands of contractors use every day to find opportunities. The USFCR Advanced Procurement Portal (APP) is a vital tool for finding and managing FEMA or any federal contracts.


USFCR is Here to Help

If you have any questions or would like assistance with federal registrations and contracting, call USFCR at:
(877) 252-2700
Monday-Friday, 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM ET