Contact information for the USP&FO Executive Branch (MNPF-EA).
Handles Pay, Accounting, Budgeting and Travel Reimbursements for New York Army National Guard members.
Performs reviews, evaluations, and management services for The Adjutant General, USP&FO, Senior Leadership, and Management Staff of the New York National Guard.
Provides contracting support for New York National Guard Organizations in acquisition and construction, Architect-Engineering services, and other supplies and services.
State and Federal contracting
Operates the USP&FO Warehouse Storage Branch, Central Issue Facility, Property and Material Management Branches and provides all aspects of supply support for the NYARNG.
State and Federal Contracting with the NY National Guard
Please note: There are two seperate offices at DMNA responsible for contracting related to the New York State Militia Forces (other agencies deal with non-milita projects and purchasing).
State-funded projects are managed by DMNA's Facilities Engineering branch.
For contracting opportunities with other New York State agencies, please visit the relevant agency site. You may find it convenient to start at New York's statewide homepage - http://www.ny.gov or http://www.nysegov.com/e-bizNYS.cfm.
For help with your own business, nylovessmallbiz is a New York State web site for starting and running small businesses. It includes information on various programs and services, on-line permits and licenses, access to business counseling and financing and tax information.
Federally-funded contracting opportunities are managed by the purchase and contracting section of the US Property & Fiscal Office.
FedBizOpps.gov is the single point-of-entry for Federal Government procurement opportunities over $25,000. Commercial vendors seeking Federal markets for products and services can search, monitor and retrieve opportunities solicited by the entire Federal contracting community.
The Central Contractor Registration (CCR), acts as a repository of information on all companies who are doing or wish to do business with the Federal Government. To register with the CCR visit http://www.bpn.gov/ccr/scripts/index.html.
Contractors not registered in the CCR cannot be issued Federal contracts. A Dun and Bradstreet (D&B) number is required to register with the CCR. To obtain the D&B number visit http://www.dnb.com.