Doing Business on the Public Lands with BLM
The BLM is an agency within the U.S. Department of the Interior and is best described as a small agency with a big mission and a lot of ground to cover. As the Nationís largest land manager, the BLM is responsible for over 253 million acres of public land located primarily in 12 Western States.The BLM oversees recreational opportunities, commercial activities (livestock grazing, oil and gas development, etc.), wildlife habitat, transportation systems, archaeological sites, wilderness areas, public land survey activities, and numerous other activities.
Goods and services needed include: construction projects; land treatments; professional and nonprofessional services; supplies; information technology resources; workspace leases; environmental studies; wild horse and burro roundups; cadastral surveying; fire prevention, suppression, and rehabilitation services/supplies; and hazardous material management. Links to some of the goods and services that the BLM offers is listed below.
- BLM Forms - Electronic Versions (except mining claim forms which are governed by each State).
- Doing Business with the BLM for Contractors
- Online Regulations Comment System - View/Create comments on Open/Closed Regulations
- OR/WA BLM Procurement
- Jobs with the BLM
- Citizen Advisory Groups
- BLM's National Library
- American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA) Projects
- Computers for Learning Program