NCUA's Procurement and Facilities Management Division is responsible for procuring all goods and services to meet the agency's wide-ranging needs, including financial accounting services, IT services, and facilities support services.
NCUA is focused on finding vendors that provide the best value to help agencies achieve their missions. Our contract specialists employ a variety of acquisition methods, including requests for information, requests for quotations, and requests for proposals. Additionally, our specialists develop vendor lists through independent market research using a variety of sources, including our vendor registration database, central contractor registry, FedBizOpps, GSA schedules, and referrals from the Office of Minority and Women's Inclusion. Masu.
Commitment to supplier diversity
At NCUA, the commitment and responsibility to promote diversity in procurement activities rests with all agency employees who are responsible for inviting, selecting, evaluating, and approving vendors. NCUA's procurement practices incorporate procedures that enhance the opportunity for a variety of vendors to participate in NCUA's business contracting activities.
How to do business with NCUA
NCUA uses a competitive process to acquire goods and services. This requires conducting comprehensive market research and creating a list of vendors who will be invited to submit quotations and proposals on an opportunistic basis. A vendor interested in doing business with NCUA must register him with NCUA by completing the Vendor Registration Form.
Although not required, NCUA strongly recommends that vendors also register with the Prize Management System (www.sam.gov). (Opens in new window)
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For more information on how to do business with the NCUA, see How to do business with the National Credit Union Administration. (Opens in new window)This is an explanatory pamphlet.
what we buy
Below are some of the products and services that NCUA purchases each year.
- Asset and property management
- Consulting Services
- Employment placement service
- equipment rental
- Facility support services
- financial accounting services
- HR services
- information technology services
- legal services
- email service
- public relations
NCUA works closely with other agencies and partners, including the Small Business Administration, the Minority Business Development Agency, and the Small Business Development Center, to support minority-owned and women-owned businesses. These organizations provide a wide range of technical assistance services to support the sustainability and growth of small and medium-sized businesses.
National Credit Union Management Bureau
Procurement/Equipment Management Department
1775 Duke Street
Alexandria, Virginia 22314
Office of Minority and Women's Inclusion