Government contracts span a wide range of industries and services. These contracts can be local, state, or federal, and their requirements and scale can vary significantly. Here are some examples of types of government contracts that vendors might pursue:

Agriculture and Food Supply: Contracts for providing food to institutions like schools, prisons, and military bases. It also includes agricultural research or conservation projects.

Communications: This includes contracts for communication infrastructure, like setting up networks, providing communication devices, and other related services.

Construction and Infrastructure: Contracts for building roads, bridges, government buildings, military bases, and other infrastructure projects, including repair and maintenance contracts.

Defense and Military Equipment: These contracts provide weapons systems, vehicles, ammunition, protective gear, and other equipment and services for the armed forces.

Education and Training: Providing training services or educational materials/tools for government employees or institutions.

Energy and Utilities: Contracts related to electricity, water, gas, or other utilities, including renewable energy projects and grid management.

Facilities Management and Maintenance: These contracts involve the upkeep of government properties, including landscaping, cleaning, and utilities management.

Healthcare Services and Supplies: This can be for providing medical equipment, pharmaceuticals, health IT systems, or the operation of health facilities for government employees or the general public.

Information Technology (IT) Services: This includes software development, hardware supply, system integration, cybersecurity services, and IT consultancy. Many government agencies require modernized IT systems and infrastructure.

Logistics and Transportation: Contracts related to government personnel, goods, or equipment transportation, including fleet management or vehicle supply.

Professional Services: This covers consultancy, training, project management, and other specialized services that government agencies might need in-house.

Research and Development (R&D): Many government agencies fund R&D projects in technology, health, defense, energy, and the environment.

With numerous specific contract opportunities, vendors are directed toward a bidding philosophy or proposal process, meeting particular qualifications and complying with governmental regulations and standards to be considered for these million dollar contracts.