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The Office of the Chief Procurement Officer (OCPO) helps our employees within the Department of the Treasury buy goods and services from external vendors nationwide. This includes requirements for the Martinsburg, WV and Detroit, MI Computing Centers, and all local requirements for the IRS headquarters offices in the Washington, DC metropolitan area. There are also four procurement offices located in New York, NY, Atlanta, GA, Dallas, TX and Oakland, CA.
Forms, Videos and Podcasts
- IRS Acquisition Policy (IRSAP) (PDF)
Policies, procedures and contract clauses approved for our procurements.
- Guide to Preparing and Submitting Unsolicited Proposals (PDF)
Learn how the IRS acquires supplies, equipment and services through unsolicited proposals.
Department of the Treasury Guides
- How to do business with Treasury
An informational guide about the bureaus within the Treasury and the Treasury federal procurement process.
- Treasury Procurement Executive Office
Access the Department of The Treasury Acquisition Regulations (DTAR), Treasury Acquisition Circulars, Treasury Acquisition Bulletins, Treasury Procurement Directives and federal regulations and policies.
- Treasury Small Business Program Office
The Small Business Program Office helps small businesses compete successfully for a fair share of our procurements. They also help large businesses increase subcontracting opportunities.
Other Federal Sites
- Federal Acquisition Jumpstation (NASA)
A library of links to procurement and acquisition programs in the federal government.
- Federal Acquisition Regulations (FAR)
An explanation of regulations for federal acquisitions.
- General Services Administration (GSA)
A guide on buying, selling and exploring business opportunities with the federal government.
- Search and Manage Federal Contracting Opportunities (FBO)
Search and manage federal government contracting opportunities over $25,000.
Guidance to Federal agencies on accessible information and communication technology (ICT).
- Small Business Administration Federal Government Contracting Guide (SBA)
Learn how businesses sell products and services to the federal government.
- System for Award Management (SAM)
SAM is the official U.S. government system. Register to do business with the U.S. government, update or renew your entity registration, check status of an entity registration, and search for entity registration and exclusion records.