US Federal Contractor Registration client, RTG Building Services Inc. won $1.04 million in contracts with the U.S. Air Force and Department of Veterans Affairs. Learn how they accomplished this in the case study below.
US Federal Contractor Registration (USFCR) client, Pacific Continental Textiles, Inc. (PCT) won a $166,000 contract with the Defense Logistics Agency (DLA) in just four months. Learn more about this success story by watching the USFCR video case study below.
There are plenty of great reasons for your business to get started in federal contracting. In our second installment of "Why Federal Contracting?" we covered how working with the government can diversify your business. In our third installment of "Why Federal Contracting?" we'll go over how federal contracting can help protect your business.
There are plenty of great reasons for your business to get started in federal contracting. In our first installment of "Why Federal Contracting?" we covered how working with the government can grow your business. In our second installment of "Why Federal Contracting?" we'll go over how federal contracting can help diversify your business.
As part of US Federal Contractor Registration's "Putting America Back to Work" initiative, we are announcing a giveaway of $5 million worth in subscriptions to our Advanced Procurement Portal (APP), USFCR's federal contracting search and management platform. Learn more about this initiative, how APP can help your business, and how to take advantage of this great offer in this blog post.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
June 1st marks the official beginning of the Atlantic hurricane season. That's why, we've made this second installment in our FEMA contracting series about hurricane-related contracts. In this blog post, you will learn all the basics for getting started just in time for hurricane season.
In June 2020, the General Services Administration (GSA) will assign all entities in the System for Award Management (SAM) a Unique Entity Identifier (UEI). So what is a UEI and what should you expect? That's what this blog post is going to cover.
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The Federal Emergency Management Agency, also known as FEMA, is tasked with responding to disasters. In this blog post, we're going to cover FEMA COVID-19 contracts.
Since 2012, US Federal Contractor Registration (USFCR) has processed over 100,000 compliant System for Award Management (SAM) registrations. Every client registration or certification that comes through USFCR is completed by our Case Management department.
At US Federal Contractor Registration (USFCR), we believe that government contracting is a venture that you shouldn't go into alone. That's why every business that works with us gets assigned a Registration & Contracting Specialist.
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 the Vendor Management & Compliance Program from US Federal Contractor Registration (USFCR) by watching the video below.
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.
USFCR's GSA Program was created to streamline the application process for a GSA schedule. This makes getting onto a schedule both relatively fast and simple. 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.
Foret Contracting Group, LLC is a construction, landscaping, and building maintenance company based out of Thibodaux, Louisiana. Through US Federal Contractor Registration's (USFCR) Simplified Acquisition Program, they won a contract for grounds maintenance for the U.S. Coast Guard Base New Orleans.