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Partner with SCORE

There are several ways to work with SCORE and support our mission of helping small business owners. You can become a sponsor, an alliance partner or an approved contractor/vendor. Learn more and contact us below for more information.

Become a Sponsor

The SCORE Foundation works with a number of corporations to provide financial support for the SCORE program. This support allows for the development of SCORE events, education and online resources.

Learn more about becoming a sponsor on the SCORE Foundation website.

View a list of our current partners on our sponsor page.

Contracting with SCORE

We welcome you to work with us as we strive to support our invaluable small business communities.

SCORE is funded in part by a cooperative agreement with the U.S. Small Business Administration. The procurement of all SCORE contracts must be in compliance with SCORE policies and federal regulations. 

Minority-owned and women-owned business enterprises are highly encouraged to submit proposals. All SCORE vendors and contractors must not be suspended or debarred. 

Requests for Quotes (RFQs) or Proposals (RFPs)

Please review the list of contracting opportunities below. 

RFQ: Event Manager for National Small Business Week 2024

We are looking for an event manager for National Small Business Week 2024 (NSBW). The dates of the event will be April 28 – May 4, 2024 and this role will report to the U.S. Small Business Administration – Office of Communications & Public Liaison (SBA).

The Event Management Contractor will be expected to assist the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) Office of Communications and Public Liaison in pre-planning, on-site support, and promotional support of National Small Business Week. Travel to cities other than Washington, D.C. will not be required. The week consists of the following events:

  • Tentative:  Sunday, April 28 and Monday, April 29, 2024: Washington, DC
  • Tuesday, April 30, 2024: TBD Roadshow City
  • Wednesday, May 1, 2024: TBD Roadshow City
  • Thursday, May 2, 2024: TBD Roadshow City
  • Friday, May 3, 2024: TBD Roadshow City

Information about previous years can be found on SBA’s NSBW website ( and streams of previous events can be found on SBA’s YouTube channel (

Event attendees will consist of small business award winners from around the United States, corporate co-sponsors for the event, trade association representatives, as well as senior SBA staff and Administration officials.  The projected attendance is approximately 300 people per event. There is no conference fee for attendees.  

The contractor should provide the necessary staff, materials and equipment to perform the full scope of activities outlined in the attached Statement of Work (SOW).

PLEASE READ THE FULL DOCUMENT BEFORE SUBMITTING YOUR QUOTE. Your quote may be considered non-responsive and may be rejected without further consideration for failure to submit any of the information requested in this SOW.

Read the Full Request for Quote/Statement of Work (SOW).


Become One of Our Trusted Vendors

SCORE actively partners with freelancers, agencies, consultants, and other firms to support our work. If you're interested in providing your services to our chapters or our headquarters staff, please use the form below to let us know. We may not have an immediate need for your services, but we'll keep your information on hand and contact you when we have a project. 

Become an Alliance Partner

Would you like to learn more about partnering or sharing resources with SCORE? Submit your information below and someone from SCORE's staff will contact you soon.

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