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NAICS, SIC, PSC and FSC codes Finders
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*North American Industry Classification System (NAICS) Codes: NAICS Codes are a method for classifying business establishments. You must supply at least one for your registration to be complete. If you do not know your NAICS codes, you may search on the Internet at http://www.census.gov/epcd/naics02 or you may utilize the link provided in this section. You must use six-digit NAICS Codes in your registration.
Standard Industrial Classification (SIC) Codes: Use this section to list all the classification codes that apply to your products and services. Be sure to list as many as apply. SIC codes can be four or eight digits, all numeric. You must supply at least one valid SIC code for your registration to be complete. If you do not know your SIC codes, you may search on the Internet at www.osha.gov/oshstats/sicser.html or you may utilize the link provided in this section.
Product Service Codes (PSC Codes): PSC Codes are optional, 4 character, alpha-numeric. Product Service Codes are similar to SIC Codes. PSC Codes are used only to identify services. You may search for PSC Codes at http://www.scrantonrtg.com/secrc/fsc-codes/fsc.html.
Federal Supply Classification Codes (FSC Codes): FSC Codes are optional, 4-numeric digits. FSC Codes are similar to SIC Codes. FSC Codes are used only to identify products. You may search for an FSC Code by utilizing the link provided in this section, http://www.dlis.dla.mil/h2 or http://www.dlis.dla.mil/PDFs/h2.pdf.
When typing in your SIC's, PSC's, or FSC's separate them with a comma - no spaces or list them. (Example: 1234,5231,9012)