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"On October 1, 2013, the Department of Defense established the Defense Health Agency (DHA) to manage the activities of the Military Health System. These activities include those previously managed by TRICARE Management Activity (TMA), which was disestablished on the same date. During the next several months, all TMA websites will change to reflect the new DHA. We appreciate your patience during this transition."


To help you learn more about small business, listed below are an assortment of resource types.

Web sites, fact sheets, presentations, media, and training modules
  • The Small Business Administration (SBA) is making an effort to assist Disaster Area Recovery efforts and promote small business participation in debris removal and reconstruction. Small business contractors are encouraged to visit this SBA website, to obtain information on Surety Bond Guarantees for a contract related to debris removal and reconstruction. Any construction or service prime or subcontract up to $2M in value is eligible for this assistance.
  • Reference of State and Local Government Resources [PDF]
    A list of resources compiled by Senate Small Business Committee 09/2008
  • Procurement Technical Assistance Centers (PTACs)
    Centers located in most states and are partially funded by DoD to provide small business concerns with information on how to do business with the Department of Defense. They provide training and counseling on marketing, financial, and contracting issues at minimal or no cost
  • BusinessUSA
    An Economic Development Initiative to assist and support U.S. businesses by cataloging government and nonprofit enterprise assistance resources; matching them to specific business needs; and, streamlining access to the programs and services needed most. The goal of BusinessUSA is to help emerging entrepreneurs and established companies around the country overcome challenges, exploit opportunities and connect to the right resources to advance their objectives.
Small Business Organizations

Small Business Development Centers (SBDCs)
SBDCs provide management assistance to current and prospective small business owners. SBDCs offer one-stop assistance to individuals and small businesses by providing a wide variety of information and guidance in central and easily accessible branch locations. The program is a cooperative effort of the private sector; the educational community; and federal, state, and local governments; and is an integral component of Entrepreneurial Development's network of training and counseling services.

SCORE, "Counselors to America's Small Business," is a resource partner of the SBA dedicated to entrepreneur education and the formation, growth and success of small businesses nationwide. There are more than 12,400 SCORE volunteers in 364 chapters operating in over 800 locations who assist small businesses with business counseling and training. SCORE also operates an active online counseling initiative at

Women's Business Centers (WBCs)
Women's Business Centers represent a national network of nearly 100 educational centers designed to assist women start and grow small businesses. WBCs operate with the mission to "even the playing field" for women entrepreneurs, who still face unique obstacles in the world of business.

Small Business Links
Site URL
System for Award Management (SAM)
Department of Defense Office of Small Business Programs
Electronic Subcontracting Reporting System
Federal Acquisition Regulations (FAR)
Federal Business Opportunities
Federal Procurement Data System -” Next Generation
General Services Administration
North American Industry Classification System
Procurement Technical Assistance Centers
Submit Small Business Capability Statement to DHA Small business vendor capabilities will be added to DHA’s internal Market Research Repository database
DHA OSBP Vendor Profile List DHA OSBP BP Vendor Profile Form