As a business owner, you know that it takes money to make money. The same applies to government contracting. On paper, all it takes is a registration in the System for Award Management (SAM) and you're ready to submit bids. In reality, it's a lot more complex than that.
US Federal Contractor Registration (USFCR) client, Foret Contracting Group, LLC won a $12,000 contract with the U.S. Coast Guard in just four months. Learn more about this success story by watching the USFCR video case study below.
Since 2014, Robert Renzella has been helping businesses develop long-term, sustainable relationships with government agencies. He also specializes in helping clients establish a recognizable brand within the federal marketplace. 📆 Schedule a call with Robert.
Since 2019, Aaron Nasworthy has been bringing over 25 years worth of experience in sales, customer service, and business consultation to government contractors. His overall goal is to help clients succeed on both a business and personal level.
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Since 2013, Liliana Lander has helped clients complete and renew their System for Award Management (SAM) registrations as well as learn how to bid on contracts, and communicate to procurement officers.
Since 2013, Tammy Helgren has been making her mark on government contracting one business at a time. Driven to help her clients succeed, she wants businesses new to this sector to feel comfortable with the government contracting processes.
The results are in. The Small Business Administration (SBA) released its FY2019 Small Business Procurement Scorecard. This scorecard serves as an annual report showing if federal agencies met their small business contracting requirements. Although things are looking dismal in the commercial sector, the federal sector is still going strong on small business spending.
Since 2019, Rania "Farah" Farah has been dedicated to helping her clients achieve their federal contracting goals. Her mission is to help deliver federal success as seamlessly and conveniently as possible. 📆 Schedule a call with Rania.
Around 2010, a contracting officer at a military base in Tampa, Florida, unknowingly initiated a major change in the way small businesses win federal contracts. It all started with the purchase of a boat. The short story is that the government's boat purchase illustrated a problem which needed a solution.
Since 2018, Jonael "JC" Castro has been bringing his personable, easy-to-talk-to, and caring approach to clients. He follows through on his commitments and has a genuine desire for every one to succeed.
In the United States, wildfire season tends to peak between June and August, however, federal agencies prepare for them year-round. Part 1 of our FEMA contracting series focused on COVID-19 and Part 2 focused on Hurricanes. In this installment we're going to cover how FEMA responds to wildfires.
July was jam-packed with new podcasts, webinars, blogs and more- catch up now with your monthly USFCR update video below.
Since 2019, Jennifer Brining has been helping businesses get started in the government contracting sector. She aims to bring her genuine passion for sales to the clients she works with in order to help them sell to the federal government. 📆 Schedule a call with Jennifer.
Being able to market your products and services effectively can make all the difference in your government contracting venture. That's why US Federal Contractor Registration provides every business enrolled in the Simplified Acquisition Program with an online capabilities statement.
How can an online capabilities statement help your business find success? Watch the video in this post to find out.
Since 2011, Nicole Smith has been helping clients win government contracts with her customized marketing campaigns. She is dedicated to the clients she works with and will do whatever it takes for them to succeed.
Since 2018, Michael McKelligot has been providing guidance to businesses entering the federal marketplace. As a former small business owner, he understands and identifies with the needs of clients.
Before the government buys anything, there is usually a build up process to that need. This allows the government to plan their acquisitions. Planning isn’t just to create a laundry list of things that need to be done. It's to also provide the biggest opportunity to small businesses.
Ariel's River Contracting Group, LLC (ARCG) is a Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Business (SDVOSB) based out of North Potomac, Maryland. Their main products and services include janitorial, pest control, HVAC, flooring, and interpretation services. Within three months of entering the federal marketplace they won their first government contract.