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300 Active Bids and Recently Awarded Contracts in the Denver, CO area.


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Bids and RFPs from the Federal Government and the State of Colorado in the Denver area



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Are you new to government contracting? No problem!

Getting started with small, local entities is a great way to enter the government market. Winning contracts with smaller entities is typically easier than winning larger state or federal contracts for the following reasons:

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  • Less rigorous vendor registration process

Plus, larger entities also prefer to work with contractors who have a portfolio of contracts with smaller, local entities.

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