The Kansas City Commodity Office of the Farm Service Agency issues invitations to the public to purchase commodities and related durable goods. Below are links for more details on how to qualify to make offers under the various categories.
The goal of QASP is to provide Government surveillance of the contractor's/subcontractor's quality control system, to verify the system's effectiveness, and to ascertain the contractor's ability to deliver product meeting contract requirements. Quality Assurance Surveillance is used to determine contractor compliance with technical and performance requirements.
This section provides information about purchasing and selling of bulk commodities, such as grains, rice, pulses, peanuts and sugar.
This section provides information about purchasing and selling of dairy products, such as butter, cheese and milk.
This section provides information about domestic operations, including the purchase and distribution of various processed products, such as vegetable oil, cereal, flour, peanut butter, crackers, etc.
This section includes information about the purchasing, delivery and surveying of agricultural commodities to foreign countries.
This section provides information for exchanges of various CCC-owned inventory for other products and processing of CCC-owned inventory.
This section includes information on the sales of Miscellaneous Agricultural Commodities, bulk commodity catalogs/listings, and dairy products.
This section provides information on the qualification requirements for prospective contractors to make offers for USDA purchases.
This section contains the archived Master Solicitations, Archived Commodity Requirements, and Archived Invitations and Purchase Contract Awards (PCA).