Acquisition and Lease Management Division

​​​​​T​he Office of Administration Acquisition and Lease Management Division manages the NTSB acquisition program and provides best value business solutions that support the NTSB mission.

The division is a full service acquisition organization that:

  • awards and administers contracts and agreements;
  • manages the NTSB Purchase Card Program;
  • awards and manages real property leases for both NTSB Headquarters and Regional Offices; and
  • provides customers essential acquisition guidance and training.

Our contact information:

National Transportation Safety Board
Office of Administration
Acquisition and Lease Management Division (AD-20)
490 L'Enfant Plaza East, SW
Washington, DC 20594
(202) 314-6205
matt.hazlinsky@ntsb.gov

 

Prospective Contractors

​To do business with the NTSB, contractors must be actively registered with the Federal Contractor Registry. As a prospective contractor, you

  • may send your company's literature to either the physical or email address listed on this page.
  • are welcome to contact us for questions regarding the NTSB acquisition program.​

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Scam Warning:
Be aware of an increase in scam emails containing fake RFQs and contracts.

We have been notified that a 3rd party is impersonating an NTSB employee and sending out fake Requests for Quotes (RFQ) and contracts. These emails may appear to be coming from a valid NTSB email address and use names such as NTSB Finance, Angela Roders, and Christopher Blumberg. The RFQs and contracts have been for various IT and A/V products. If you receive an RFQ or contract from an NTSB email containing the names mentioned above, do not engage with it as it isn’t valid.

​If you question the validity of an NTSB RFQ or contract, please contact Matt Hazlinsky (202-314-6205) or Christopher Blumberg (202-314-6102). UPDATED: 9/24/2021

NTSB Business Opportunities

​The NTSB publicizes notices of proposed contract actions as specified in Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR) Part 5

Proposed contract actions expected to exceed $15,000 but not expected to exceed $25,000.​




​We are using this website for the purpose of displaying in a public place proposed contract actions expected to exceed $15,000 but not expected to exceed $25,000 In accordance with FAR 5.101(a)(2).

You may direct questions related to specific proposed contract actions to us using the contact information listed on this page. 

To view proposed contract actions expected to exceed $25,000, visit the Federal Business Opportunities​ website.