MISSION: Provide mission partners with agile and innovative contracting capabilities to enable Space and Cyberspace warfighting superiority.
VISION: Unrivaled acquisition professionals delivering cutting‐edge contracting solutions.
Contractors play a vital role in supporting the 50th Mission Support Group and the Space Force missions. The objective of this website is to help business owners understand the acquisition process -- simply, how to do business with the 50th MSG and support our units/tenants in acquiring various items and services.
This website provides access to a broad variety of resources to help businesses understand the 50th MSG and the nuances of government acquisition. Whether you own a large or small business and regardless of your experience, this site will provide you with information that works for your business.
We welcome your feedback to allow continuous improvement in our support of the 50th MSG.
INFORMATION FOR CONTRACTORS
System for Award Management
SAM (opens in new window) is a Federal website that is the authoritative source for contractor information at this time (known as “entity” in SAM). Future phases of SAM will add the capabilities of other systems used in Federal procurement and awards processes. The overarching benefits of SAM include streamlined and integrated processes, elimination of data redundancies and reduced costs while providing improved capability.
SAM will send notifications to the registered user via email 60, 30 and 15 days prior to expiration of the record.
You can search for registered entities in SAM by typing the DUNS number, CAGE code, or business name into the search box.
Access SAM's FAQs, users guides, video demonstrations, & other helpful resources here (opens in new window).
Electronic Subcontracting Report System
Department of Defense organizations that handle unclassified contracts awarded to large companies with a subcontracting plan will now use eSRS to report their semi-annual subcontracting reporting. Classified contract subcontracting reporting should still be done through government contracting officials. For information, visit the eSRS website (opens in new window).