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COMMBUYS, the State’s online procurement platform, links public purchasers in search of goods and services with businesses who are able to provide them. During the COMMBUYS registration process, companies have the opportunity to identify as a small business by meeting certain qualifying criteria. COMMBUYS validates SBPP eligibility information entered by companies through an interface with the Massachusetts Department of Revenue (DOR). Eligibility is periodically reviewed, at which time, SBPP members receive an automated email from COMMBUYS asking them to update their SBPP eligibility information in their COMMBUYS vendor profiles.
Does my firm qualify?
To become a member of the SBPP, a company must:
Additionally, for-profit companies must:
Non-profit firms must:
Register for SBPP
Locate COMMBUYS vendor registration resources to navigate the COMMBUYS registration process.
What happens if I try to register and it does not go through?
Companies that receive emails stating that they do not qualify for the SBPP, or that their eligibility could not be established, may request a review by OSD. To request a review, fill out the SBPP Attestation Form and mail it to the SDO at One Ashburton Place, Room 1017, Boston, MA 02108.
Requests for SBPP eligibility review must be made within 25 business days of receiving notice that your firm does not qualify. Vendors whose SBPP status review does not result in program eligibility will be able to apply again one year from the date of receiving final notice that their firm did not qualify for the program.