The Acquisitions Services Branch contracts for services and goods for the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation. The Branch has offices in our Washington, D.C. headquarters and in Dallas, Texas.
Please contact the appropriate person below if you have questions concerning selling services and goods to the FDIC.
Shanna R. Webbers, Deputy Director, Acquisition Services
FDIC Division of Administration/ASB
3501 N. Fairfax Drive
Arlington, VA 22226
Corporate Operations & Supervision Section
Consulting services, accounting and auditing services, liquidation/asset related services, equal employment and diversity related services, employee relocation and related services, goods and services in support of personnel, security, training, construction, janitorial, and other facilities requirements.
Jennifer Schoen, Assistant Director
Information technology goods and services, including customized software, off-the-shelf hardware and software, and all telecommunications.
FDITech & IT Professional Services Section
Jerry Pearo, (Acting) Assistant Director
IT Infrastructure & Security Section
Marcelle Brown, Assistant Director
Policy & Systems
The Policy and Systems Section in ASB is primarily responsible for development and implementation of acquisition policy, development and maintenance of acquisition policy, development and maintenance of acquisition training, procurement card, contractor outreach, procedures and a variety of internal operational programs, and the FDIC's corporate insurance program.
Julie A. Rothermel, Assistant Director
System for Award Management
FDIC only makes procurement awards to businesses that are registered in the System for Award Management (SAM).
The instructions for completing your registration is at http://www.sam.gov.
If you have any questions regarding SAM or the registration process, after you read the user guides and watch the demonstration videos on the SAM web page (under the Help tab), please contact the SAM Assistance Center toll free at (866) 606-8220.
Regional Office: Dallas
Dallas Administration, Research, Resolutions & Receiverships Section
This office is responsible for acquiring receivership and resolutions requirements from pre-closing, closing, and post-closing activities. The requirements include, but are not limited to, facilities, asset management, claims, investigations, settlement, employee benefit plans, financial closing process, personnel administration, franchise marketing, owned real estate management & marketing services, furniture, fixtures and equipment auction services, internet marketing and support services, financial advisory valuation services, and failed bank data systems services. Additionally, this office is responsible for acquiring goods and services supporting FDIC Regional Offices.
April L. Royal, (Acting) Assistant Director
600 North Pearl Street
Dallas, TX 75201