Beta SAM is a requirement for government contract bidding. However, focusing on the search engine and opportunities there is useful only from the perspective of market research.
Setting up a search is a useful insight into what is being solicited by the government, who is being awarded contracts, and how your market niche might fit in the massive government procurement market.
I suggest you utilize a separate email account to do so if you elect automatic mailings because the response will be massive. Beta SAM is a monstrous data base undergoing classic government IT beta issues as we speak. COVID 19 has delayed some of the problem solving there since GSA migrated the system last fall from the former site, FEDBIZOPPS.
Becoming involved in federal government contracting takes a marketing plan unique to what you intend to sell, as well as establishing relationships with larger industry partners and others who can team with you as a subcontractor in large, major bids.
The larger companies are looking for women-owned small business contracting companies to meet their requirements under the law to buy 23% of what they purchase from small business. The government is very fond of "Bundling " requirements to huge prime contractors and becoming familiar with that environment takes some investigation to be effective at it.
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