Doing Business with Government

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Doing Business with Chesterfield County

The Chesterfield Purchasing Department is responsible for the centralized procurement of commodities, services, construction, and professional services for both the Chesterfield County government and the Chesterfield County Public Schools.

If you are interested in doing business with the county, you may use the e‐procurement system, PInG.

PInG enables registered vendors to receive automatic email notification of upcoming business opportunities for the goods and services they sell.

All vendors, current and new, who wish to do business with Chesterfield County government and schools will need to register with PInG to receive and respond to solicitations.

Doing Business with the Commonwealth of Virginia

The Commonwealth of Virginia buys almost $5 billion in goods, services and construction annually. This business-to-government market represents growth opportunities for Virginia firms interested in selling their products and services to state government.

Virginia’s government purchasing is conducted on eVA, the state’s electronic purchasing system. eVA is managed by the Department of General Services (DGS), the Commonwealth agency which oversees state purchasing and sets related policies.

Doing Business with the Federal Government

Procurement Technical Assistance Centers (PTAC) are a nationwide network of dedicated government procurement professionals whose goal is to provide businesses with:

  • an understanding of the requirements of government contracting, and
  • the know-how to obtain and successfully perform federal, state and local government contracts.

At little or no cost, PTAC provides a wide range of assistance covering every phase of government contracting – from initial registrations through contract completion.

The Crater Procurement Assistance Center serves businesses in the Tri-cities and Chesterfield County.  Their mission is to assist Small, Disadvantaged, Women Owned, and Disabled Veteran Owned businesses that want to increase their opportunities in the Federal, State, and Local Government marketplace. They also assist Prime Contractors source qualified small businesses to act as subcontractors for government contracts.