I will find procurement contracts for your business

find procurement contracts for your business

About This Gig

One of the fastest ways to grow your business is to capture procurement contracts from government municipalities, state agencies and large companies. I will diligently hunt for contracts that fit your industry and capacity. I will need you to specify the service or product that you'd like to provide along with the location that you'd like to work in. The more specific you are about your service or product the more streamlined my search and the results will be. An example would be, "I want fleet management contracts in Miami, Fl." 

Order Details

2 days delivery

Contract Hunter

I will locate one procurement contract for you within 48 hours.You choose the industry & location.

Frequently Asked Questions

  • What is a procurement contract?
    A procurement contract is an agreement in which a buyer agrees to acquire goods or services from a seller in exchange for consideration. Most of these contracts are written agreements that specify each party’s obligations in relation to the transaction.
  • Who is the typical buyer of a procurement contract?
    Many companies and government agencies.
  • How long does it take to prepare a proposal?
    It depends. It can vary based on the buyers needs but I would suggest 14 to 30 days.
  • How is a procurement contract outlined?
    It depends. The buyer will specify how they'd like the response submitted. Some of the most common options are an RFP, RFQ, RFI, IFB or ITB.
  • What does RFP stand for?
    A Request for Proposal- This is when a buyer will request a full proposal from firms who'd like to be considered to provide a service and/or product.
  • What does RFQ stand for?
    Request for Qualifications- This is when a buyer will welcome resumes of qualified firms of a specific service or product.
  • What does RFI stand for?
    Request for Information- This is when a buyer request written information about the capabilities of various suppliers to provide a service and/or product.
  • What is an IFB and an ITB?
    An invitation for bid (IFB) or invitation to bid (ITB) is an invitation to contractors or equipment suppliers, through a bidding process, to submit a proposal on a specific project to be realized or product or service to be furnished.
  • Are there any industries that you don't do procurement searches for?
    No. If you have the business, I will find you a contract for it.
  • Are your searches limited to a geographical area?
    No. I will search for contracts wherever you want to work.