Contracts

Doing business with the Peace Corps

The Office of Acquisition and Contract Management works with vendors who can provide or develop the right tools, people, strategies, infrastructure, and programs to support the agency’s mission.

You can find information about existing and future procurements below or contact the Office of Acquisition and Contract Management with any questions. 

In the United States, the Peace Corps procures many of its supplies and services through the GSA Federal Supply Schedules, the NASA Solutions for Enterprise-Wide Procurement, and other government wide contracts. When the Peace Corps does not utilize a governmentwide contracts, the agency posts its open procurement opportunities over $15,000 to FedBizOpps. See the Peace Corps’ current procurement requests on FBO.gov.

To be eligible to compete for the open procurement opportunities listed at FBO, vendors must register with the System for Award Management. Register at SAM.gov

Overseas, the Peace Corps has contract medical officer positions available at each of our country posts to help support our Volunteers in the field. These positions are limited to licensed physicians and licensed and certified nurse practitioners. Learn more about these overseas jobs and submitting an application

Announcement of contract awards

In accordance with FAR 5.303, all applicable contract awards over $4 million will be announced on this site by 5 p.m. Eastern Time on the day of award. Award announcements made before June 1, 2016 can be obtained by emailing the Office of Acquisition and Contract Management.

Dedicated to working with small business owners

Small businesses who are interested in obtaining a copy of the agency’s business forecast should contact the Office of Acquisition and Contract Management.

FY 2015 Awards to Small Businesses

Federal Procurement Data System information as of May 10, 2016

Small Business Category Dollar Value Percentage
Small Business $11,873,076.60 8%
Disadvantage Business $4,223,365.98 3%
8a $11,908.48 Less than 1%
Veteran Owned $2,022,528.68 1%
Disabled Veteran Owned $1,308,728.18 1%
Women Owned $4,768,215.02 3%
Certified HUBZone $92,542.66 Less than 1%

Past award information

In recent years, we have published procurement review documents, including a summary worksheet of our largest service contracts, an inventory of our service contracts, a memo to the Office of Management and Budget that describes any planned analysis, and the analysis findings. All approved documents are published below. Documents are added as they become available.

Fiscal Year 2014

  • Summary worksheet of Peace Corps service contract inventory
  • Service contract inventory worksheet
  • Memo to Office of Management and Budget on planned analysis

Fiscal Year 2013

  • Summary worksheet of Peace Corps Service Contract Inventory
  • Service contract inventory worksheet
  • Memo to Office of Management and Budget on planned analysis

Fiscal Year 2012

  • Summary worksheet of Peace Corps service contract inventory
  • Service contract inventory worksheet
  • Memo to Office of Management and Budget on planned analysis
  • Service contract inventory analysis

Fiscal Year 2011

  • Summary worksheet of Peace Corps service contract inventory
  • Service contract inventory worksheet
  • Service contract inventory analysis

Fiscal Year 2010

  • Summary worksheet of Peace Corps service contract inventory
  • Service contract inventory worksheet
  • Service contract inventory analysis

Contact information

Peace Corps
Office of Acquisition and Contract Management
1111 20th Street NW
Fourth Floor
Washington, DC 20526

202.692.1620
OACMAdmin@peacecorps.gov