US Federal Contractor Registration client Dump It Services, LLC received in November a $480 contract from the U.S. Forestry Service to provide 16 tons of FLBC for the Francis Marion National Forest. The company hauled the FLBC – which is a type of rock – to rural roads in the National Forest, which is prepping additional roads for FLBC deliveries.
The company – a certified woman-owned small business – makes available to the government a full suite of hauling, site-work, and construction services to its clients, and also site-work materials, and it prides itself on providing “professional, high-quality services and quick turnaround times,” said owner Mallory Dunn.
“We’re efficient as well as prompt,” said Dunn, who runs the business with her brother, Garrett Dunn. “We started Dump It to provide specialty hauling services as well as clearing and grading services. Our clients know that when they work with us, they get professional and high-quality products and honest services.”
Along with making sure they deliver impeccable products and services, Mallory credits US Federal Contractor Registration with being very friendly and professional and for helping it get set up as a government contractor. She worked closely with Acquisition Specialist John Lynch to qualify for government contracts and develop strategies for presenting contract-winning bids.
US Federal Contractor Registration helps clients complete the SAM Registration, develop winning bid strategies, and succeed as government contractors. In 2015, USFCR clients earned nearly $2 billion in government contracts.
Dump It Services has been in business for 18 months, and continues to look for contract opportunities in South Carolina, specifically the Mount Pleasant and Low Country areas.
Eric Knellinger, president of US Federal Contractor Registration, the world’s largest third-party government registration firm, said that Dump It demonstrates that you don’t have to be the biggest company to succeed as a government contractor – you just need to leave your clients wanting to work with you again.
“It’s not enough to simply be a registered government contractor,” added Knellinger. “You must also provide your products and services when you say you will, meet your contract requirements, and leave contracting officers willing to consider you again when another opportunity comes along that you can fulfill.”
For more information about Dump It Services, contact Mallory Dunn at Dumpitsc@gmail.com or by phone at 843-906-3877.
For more information about US Federal Contractor Registration, call 877-252-2700, ext. 1.