June was another eventful month for federal contracting and USFCR! Catch up with your USFCR monthly update below.
With beginnings in 1979, the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) has become the go-to source for federal disaster relief. FEMA recognizes the importance of private-sector partnerships to restore communities after disasters and that is where federal contracts come into play. With a little guidance, businesses can provide assistance and win federal contracts.
Since 2018, Hayden Johnson has been writing and editing content about the federal marketplace. At US Federal Contractor Registration (USFCR) he helps keep clients informed about services that can help them succeed in federal contracting.
USFCR Academy, the training branch of US Federal Contractor Registration (USFCR), the world’s largest government registration firm, has worked with over 100,000 businesses over ten years on their journey into government contracting.
Since 2018, Amanda Webster has been helping businesses get in compliance for federal contracting by processing their System for Award Management (SAM ) registrations. As a US Federal Contractor Registration Case Manager Amanda assists clients with her over 10 years of customer service experience.
All year round, communities rely on the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) when they are faced with disaster and their resources are depleted. FEMA depends on small businesses just like yours. Check out this video to see how US Federal Contractor Registration can help build a bridge between your business and FEMA.
Join us on Wednesday, June 17 at 2:00 PM Eastern for our presentation titled "How to Present Past Performance to the Government."
Sign up here to reserve your spot. If your company doesn't have past performance with the government, then don't fret. We'll cover how you can get around that in this blog post.
Since 2009, John Lynch has been helping contractors with his knowledge of government data systems. He also helps them understand concepts such as simplified acquisition contracts, sealed bidding, micro-purchases, and negotiated purchases.
May 2020 was an unprecedented month for businesses, but federal contracting has continued to grow... and we haven't slowed down either! Watch our first ever monthly update video now for your month, in 5 minutes.
Some contracts with the federal government may be complex in the scope of work and may require interested vendors to partner with another company to perform the work to the government’s specifications.
Since 2010, Peter LaNore has been applying his knowledge of federal marketplace trends and knowledge in government contracting to help clients succeed. He has also developed customized marketing solutions for businesses while helping them network with procurement officers.
To win federal awards you will need to ensure that your business is in compliance with federal regulations by keeping your representations and certifications reports up to date.
For almost two decades, contracting officers, government contractors and those interested in pursuing government contracts have relied on the Federal Procurement Data System (FPDS) to collect and interpret the information needed to succeed in the federal marketplace. Now that resource is being replaced.
Join us on Wednesday, June 3, 2020 at 2:00 PM ET for a free, live USFCR Academy webinar on Technical Proposals. Sign up here and learn more about technical proposals in this blog post.
Since 2017, David Rockwell has been working at US Federal Contractor Registration, first as a Senior Multimedia Specialist and then as a Registration & Contracting Specialist. 📆 Schedule a call with David.
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.
Since 2018, Anna Rose has been helping businesses find success in the federal marketplace. Through her training programs and webinars, she has taught hundreds the key information they need to know in order to successfully bid on federal contracts.
On Wednesday May 20, 2020, the US Federal Contractor Registration (USFCR) Academy is hosting a free, live webinar on writing a price proposal. Sign up here to reserve a spot and learn more about discount terms in your price proposal with this blog post.
On Thursday May 20, 2020, the US Federal Contractor Registration (USFCR) Academy is hosting a free, live webinar on writing a price proposal. Sign up here to reserve a spot and learn more about price proposals with this blog post.