Business Opportunities

Doing Business with the U.S. Embassy

Welcome to the Procurement Section of the General Services Office. On this page you will be able to find solicitations issued by the Embassy of the United States of America in Denmark for the acquisition of commodities and/or services.

How to bid on U.S. Government Contracts:

Getting started:

The Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR) at FAR 4.11 requires all contractors to be registered in SAM (System for Award Management) database prior to award of a contract for those actions at or above $30,000, which are awarded to foreign vendors for work performed outside the United States.

How to register in SAM:

More Government Business Opportunities

More Federal Government business opportunities may also be found at the General Services Administration’s (GSA) Federal Business Opportunities (fedbizopps.gov) website (link: www.fbo.gov)

Solicitation Questions

Please direct all questions regarding solicitations by e-mail to CopenhagenProcurement@state.gov

The U.S. Embassy Copenhagen invites you to submit a proposal for a Blanket Purchase Agreement.

  • Blanket Purchase Agreements, also known as “BPAs”, are arrangements between the U.S. Government and responsible sources that allow us to order supplies or non-personal services.  BPAs are useful for quick acquisition of items that cannot reasonably be anticipated in advance and are not available from a required source.  BPAs are useful when we have repetitive, but unpredictable, needs in general class of supplies or services.A BPA is not a contract or purchase order.  A BPA is like a charge account that sets forth terms and conditions prior to an actual purchase, significantly reducing paperwork and the administrative cost per order.  Once the BPA is issued, the U.S. Government can place orders and the contractor can make delivery without a separate purchase order for each order.  The exact items, quantities and delivery requirements are NOT known in advance and may vary considerably.  BPA is not a binding contract.  It is an account set up with a specific company.The U.S. Government intends to renew/issue BPAs for the following supplies or services:
  • Local (Domestic) furniture moving services
  • Lodging services
  • Gardening services incl. snow removing services, cleaning of gutters and preparation of tennis court
  • Various sewage and industrial services
  • Window cleaning services
  • Mail handling services
  • Plumbing services, plumbing repairs and cleaning of gutters
  • Purchase of household appliances, spare parts and other related goods and services
  • Purchase of curtains, rails, shower curtains, carpeting and related miscellaneous items
  • Fuel and oil for passenger and cargo vehicles, miscellaneous auto related products (i.e. engine oil, car wash, window washer fluid, cleaning products etc.)
  • Floor maintenance and services
  • Purchase of paper supplies
  • Purchase of locks, locksmith services, grills/bars and related items
  • Vehicle service, spare parts and accessories
  • Repair/service on household machines, white ware and other household appliances
  • Leased Limousine services with driver
  • Service and maintenance on emergency generator
  • Purchase of plants and gardening services, clearance of snow services and cleaning of gutters
  • Repair/service A/C Units and air handlers etc.
  • Vehicle maintenance, repairs and painting, annual services, spare parts and accessories
  • Purchase of computer equipment and assorted peripherals, telephone equipment and associated peripherals, miscellaneous IT parts (i.e. cabling, connectors,    termination kits), miscellaneous cell phone parts (i.e. batteries) and other miscellaneous items.
  • Electrical hardware and supplies
  • Miscellaneous cleaning services
  • Electrical articles, installation work and check of electrical installations
  • Repair of garage doors, bollards, gates and related automatics
  • Cleaning supplies and related items
  • Ad hoc destination services, miscellaneous storage, transportation and moving services and manpower for moving services
  • Service and maintenance on security systems
  • Collection and sending of incoming and outgoing diplomatic unclassified mail and diplomatic pouches
  • Purchase of wood, tools and related hardware

For further information, please contact:

Copenhagen Procurement Team
Phone: +45 3341 7100
E-mail:
CopenhagenProcurement@state.gov