The U.S. Air Force Office of Small and Dis-advantaged Business Utilization has put a page on the World Wide Web to provide businesses with information on how to sell to the agency. The page is part of the Air Force's ongoing effort to increase the amount of business it does with entrepreneurs.
Among the items on the page is a listing of all the Air Force bases around the country as well as the name of the person handling buying decisions at each location. Women's Business Advocates who are based at selected installations are also included.
The home page features a handbook called "Selling to the United States Air Force"; a "Marketplace," which discusses what items are purchased and when they will be needed; The Commerce Business Daily, a publication that lists government contracts put out for bid; and the "Air Force Small Business Plan," which helps entrepreneurs learn to sell to the Air Force.
You can visit the Web site at (http://www.safsb.hq.af.mil).