On this special edition of The Government Buys... a Podcast, we analyze the U.S. Government's immediate response with federal contracts to the COVID-19 outbreak.
The Federal Acquisition Regulations (FAR) form government solicitations and contracts. As a result, the sections are mostly written for the government officials who are building the contracts. However, businesses shouldn't dismiss the FAR either. Not only do they relate to compliance, but also they can give you a serious advantage in government contracting.
Bid training is available for contractors enrolled in the USFCR Academy. This week we covered selling to the Defense Logistics Agency (DLA).
On this episode of The Government Buys... a Podcast, we highlight how the right training can take a business from SAM Registration to their dream contract. Listen to the story of service-disabled veteran and business-owner Craig Williams.
Since 2014, Marianne Swager has been bringing her vast knowledge of government documentation and the federal marketplace to her clients. With an extensive background in strategic business planning and marketing, her consultation has led to the success of many vendors.
US Federal Contractor Registration (USFCR) will remain in operation throughout the COVID-19 crisis. We have taken the proper measures to ensure the safety of our team members, their families, and to provide service to our clients. Please don't hesitate to contact your account manager, case manager, or our leadership team if you have any questions.
Join us on Wednesday March 25 at 2:00 PM for a live webinar on the uniform contract format. Sign up on our webinar page and get a head start with this blog post.
Although solicitations will have different documents attached to them, each one will follow a uniform contract format. The uniform contract format is explained in FAR 15.204-1. It defines how contracting officers should write solicitations in a consistent format for quick and easy navigation.
Since 2019, Frank Piccolo has been using his knowledge and determination to advance businesses in the federal marketplace. To him, the greatest reward is knowing that he can make a difference in a client's life.
On this week of USFCR Academy Live, we're covering FAR Part 52. This section includes the Buy American Act. You can sign up to attend on our webinar page and learn more about the Buy American Act in this blog post.
CW Financial & Management, LLC (CW) is a SDVOSB based out of Decatur, Illinois. After getting registered through USFCR and learning with the USFCR Academy, they won seven federal contracts in their first year in the federal marketplace.
Find out more about how, with USFCR's services, CW was able to win seven contracts.
Are you a prime contractor looking for subs? Not sure that they are in compliance for federal contracting? Then check out US Federal Contractor Registration's Vendor Management & Compliance Program by watching the video below.
On this episode of The Government Buys a Podcast we interview Steven Lee, Founder and Director of Research and Analytics for Rotunda Solutions, a systems engineering and data analytics consulting firm. We learn about how this Service Disabled Veteran Owned small business, Rotunda Solutions, was hired by the US government to streamline processes and improve efficiency. Steven is joined by TGBAP Alumni Brett W. Josephson, Assistant Professor of Marketing at George Mason University, who also works as a consultant with Rotunda Solutions to provide valuable insight regarding the federal marketplace.
On Thursday, March 5, 2020 at 11:00 AM ET, US Federal Contractor Registration (USFCR) will be hosting a webinar titled, "The Advantage of Being a Woman-Owned Business in Government Contracting."
Sign up for the free webinar here, and read up about set-asides in this blog post.
On this week's episode of USFCR Academy Live, we're covering subcontracting. Join us on Wednesday 2/26 at 2 PM ET by signing up on our webinar page.
US Federal Contractor Registration is the world's largest and most trusted government registration firm. Since 2010, we've had one mission: simplifying government contracting. Watch the video below to know about who we are, our mission, and why we're dedicated to helping your business.
On this episode of TGBAP we interview Brett W. Josephson, Ph.D. Brett is the Director of Executive Development at George Mason University and an Assistant Professor of Marketing at Mason’s School of Business. He is also an Affiliated Faculty member for Mason’s Center for Government Contracting. His unique research into government contracting provides insights for businesses moving into the federal market. Part 2 of the conversation answers the question, "Is the government a good customer?" If so, "How do you extract value from this customer once you've made the commitment?"
On this week's episode of USFCR Academy Live, we're covering subcontracting. Catch the latest episode every Wednesday at 2 pm ET on Facebook.
USFCR's GSA Program was created to streamline the application process for a GSA schedule. Unlike our competitors, USFCR uses a pay-as-completed model to make sure our service is cost effective for your business. Learn more about how it works in the video below.
On this episode of TGBAP, we interview Brett W. Josephson, Ph.D. Brett is the Director of Executive Development at George Mason University and an Assistant Professor of Marketing at Mason’s School of Business. He is also an Affiliated Faculty member for Mason’s Center for Government Contracting. His unique research into government contracting provides insights for businesses moving into the federal market. Part 1 of the conversation explores the major questions one might ask when researching the world's biggest buyer.