At the increasingly well-attended “Opportunities Talk, Who’s Listening?” event held last week, HHS Small Business Leaders provided great insight, to include detailing a valuable, but not well publicized report the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) Office of Small and Disadvantaged Business Utilization (OSDBU) has posted on their website, entitled “HHS Contracts that are Expiring Soon”See the report here.

We applaud efforts by HHS to continue to add tools and reports that shed more light on potential upcoming recompete opportunities for small and large businesses alike.

To support your efforts to partner, we share below the 21 most-viewed small business company profiles at HHS over the last month on the partner identification platform.

We will not speculate here as to why these specific firms are drawing the most eyeballs, but you can contact us here if you would like to receive our tip/cheat sheet discussing why some companies seem to gain more or less attention and/or if you want to make sure your company is added to the directory.

You can also check out a more detailed, and filterable, list of the top small businesses (under $30M in average running revenue per SAM) supporting HHS today by clicking here.


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