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Disaster Response Registry Search

Structure your search for a contractor participating in the Disaster Response Registry by using a combination of criteria from multiple categories. The checkbox corresponding to each category header expands the accordion to display your options. If you select more than one search term within a category, results can meet either value, i.e. the system applies an OR logic. If you select search terms in multiple categories, results must meet both criteria, i.e. the system applies an AND logic. Any search results returned will only include those entities which have selected to participate in the Disaster Response Registry.

Search Tips:

  • You can search by Legal Business Name, DUNS Number, and CAGE Code using the Entity category.
  • You can search by location where contractors are able to deliver emergency products and services using the Geographic Area Served category.
  • You can search by the contractors' physical address City, State, ZIP Code, and Congressional District using the Location category.
  • You will find socio-economic indicators, such as SBA Certified 8(a) and HUBZone, in the Socio-Economic Status category.
  • You can conduct a small business search by NAICS Code using the Products and Services category.
  • Search terms are defined in the SAM User Guide Glossary.
    

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