Doing Business with the Department of Defense (DoD) International
Contingency contracting officers support a range of overseas operations, including military operations in a major theater (e.g., Operation Enduring Freedom in Afghanistan), smaller scale contingencies (e.g., Operation Just Cause in Panama), and humanitarian operations (e.g., Operation Damayan in the Philippines).
Key regulations on contracting support for international operations:
(Contingency Operation) (Simplified Acquisition Threshold) (Micro-Purchase Threshold) ((Emergency Flexibilities (FAR Subpart 18.2))
((Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR)) and ((Defense FAR Supplement (DFARS))
Detailed Questions and Answers regarding the U.S. DoD Procurement System
About International Operations
GCC Areas of Responsibility:
1. Identify your product or service. Identify your product or service by its Procurement Classification Code. (that is, the Federal Supply Code or Federal Service Code.)
2. Obtain a D&B Data Universal Numbering System (D-U-N-S®) Number and register in System for Award Management (SAM).Note: If you do not have a DUNS Number, contact Dun and Bradstreet to obtain one at http://www.dnb.com/us/
3. Vendors must obtain a NATO Contractor and Government Entity (NCAGE) Code - The NCAGE Code (also commonly referred to as a CAGE Code) is a required piece of data for registering in the SAM System.)
4. Identify current DoD procurement opportunities - Identify current and archived DoD and Federal procurement opportunities in your product or service area by checking the Federal Business Opportunities website.
5. Familiarize yourself with DoD contracting regulations and procedures - Familiarize yourself with the FAR and the Defense Federal Acquisition Regulation Supplement (DFARS).
6. Investigate Federal Supply Schedule (FSS) and EMALL contracts - Many DoD purchases are, in fact, made by the issuance of task or delivery orders on Multiple Award Schedules or Federal Supply Schedules, sometimes referred to as the General Services Administration (GSA) Schedules Program.
7. Seek additional assistance, as needed, in the DoD marketplace. There are several important resources available to assist you in the DoD marketplace.
8. Explore subcontracting opportunities - Regardless of your product or service, it is important to consider our very large secondary market. For example, refer to “Subcontracting Opportunities with DoD Prime Contractors”.
9. Familiarize yourself with the DoD's electronic invoicing capabilities - I encourage you to register with Wide Area Workflow (WAWF). This tool is DoD's primary system for the electronic processing of invoices and receiving reports.
10. Market your product or service well - After you have identified your customers, researched their requirements, and familiarized yourself with DoD procurement regulations and strategies, it is time to market your product or service.

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