Learn about the goals and benefits of the SBPP and how to apply to be a program participant. This page also includes information on the SBPP status validation process and links to resources for vendors.
Access the SBPP policy summary, required notification language for bids, information on the SBPP status validation process in COMMBUYS, and guidelines for entering and updating vendor information in MMARS. This page also includes links to additional SBPP resources for executive departments.
- View reports outlining the progress made by state agencies toward compliance with the program for each fiscal year.
Fiscal Year 2013 Small Business Purchasing Program Benchmark IssuedThe Operational Services Division is pleased to announce the issuance of the Fiscal Year 2013 benchmark for the Small Business Purchasing Program (SBPP). In an effort to increase the use of small businesses in public purchasing, Executive Branch Departments are strongly encouraged to spend 2.5% of annual procurement expenditures with verified small businesses participating in the SBPP. By issuing this benchmark, Executive Branch Departments have a greater incentive to support the existence and growth of small businesses in the Commonwealth by continuing to invest in Massachusetts-based small business enrolled in the SBPP.
- Review this summary schedule of Operational Services Division's upcoming procurement activity.
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