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Office of Small Business Programs (OSBP) 

Introduction  

The Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA) Office of Small Business Programs (OSBP) is committed to increasing acquisition opportunities to small businesses. We understand how forming partnerships with the private sector enhance the DIA mission and support US growth. Their contributions to our National economy in terms of innovation, job creation, efficiency, increased competition, reduced prices and quality sources of supply warrant the inclusion to the greatest extent possible of small business when making federal contract award decision.

DIA-OSBP serves as the Agency's focal point for issues and practices concerning small business utilization. Our office promotes the use of small, small disadvantaged, women-owned small business, HUBZone and Veteran-owned and Service-disabled veteran-owned small business.

Small businesses will be given an equitable opportunity to compete for all contracts that they can perform, consistent with the best interests of the Government. 

Mission

Provide Small Businesses maximum practicable opportunities to participate in the contracting process both at the prime and subcontracting level. 

DIA-OSBP serves as the Agency’s focal point for issues and practices concerning small business utilization. Our office promotes the use of small, small disadvantaged, women-owned, HUBZone, veteran-owned, and Service-disabled veteran-owned small business. In addition, we provide assistance to small businesses by participating in and conducting outreach activities and ensuring a fair portion of DIA's total acquisitions are awarded to small businesses.

Vision

Establish the DIA-Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA) OSBP Office of Small Business Programs (OSBP) as a Center of excellence within the DoD and Intelligence Community in assisting and leveraging small businesses.

Contacting OSBP

Joint Base Anacostia Bolling
Building 6000
Washington DC 20340-5100
202-231-2166
Email: smallbusiness@dodiis.mil

Visiting DIA’s Office of Small Business Programs

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