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.
Since 2012, Mark Georges has helped thousands of entities at US Federal Contractor Registration (USFCR) get in compliance for the federal marketplace. This includes businesses, nonprofits, and government agencies.
The System for Award Management, commonly referred to as "SAM," was implemented in July 2012. SAM is an online system that helps both government and non-government entities manage their federal awards.
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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.
This month on USFCR Academy Live, we are covering the basics of understanding the Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR). FAR is a set of regulations issued to make a standard set of processes for government acquisitions.
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This month we are covering the basics of understanding the FAR (Federal Acquisition Regulation). It is a set of regulations issued to make a standard set of processes for government acquisitions. If you are a small business owner, FAR 19 is a part that you should pay particular attention to.
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USFCR's Simplified Acquisition Program (SAP) was designed to give you a headstart for working with the largest buyer of goods and services. Not only does it get you compliant in the System for Award Management (SAM), but you will also be provided with an optimized Dynamic Small Business Search (DSBS) profile, an online capabilities statement, and custom email domain.
This is your ultimate (and quick) guide to approach the Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR). Here, we are going to cover:
- What is the FAR?
- How the FAR is broken down?
- Key Sections for Contractors.
In any system, communication is key. The same applies to when businesses contract with the federal a government. For this blog post, we're going to cover points of contact. Without a firm understanding of this concept, you will be at a disadvantage in the federal marketplace.
Government contracting is often seen as the holy grail for business, a reliable partner with a never-ending requirement and funding source. According to USA Spending, the federal government spent over $500 billion in the 2018 fiscal year, a steady increase without signs of decline. With such a large market, it is no surprise that businesses want a piece of the pie. But is the pie right for you?
Small business set asides can make a crucial difference in a small business owner's ability to compete in a federal contracting marketplace that is typically dominated by large corporations. Join us as we root for the underdog in this episode of The Government Buys...a Podcast.
Women-Owned Small Businesses (WOSB) and Economically Disadvantaged Women-Owned Small Businesses (EDWOSB) can be eligible for set asides that can even the playing field in an oftentimes male-dominated federal contracting marketplace. Get your documents together and find out what it takes to qualify on this episode of The Government Buys A Podcast.
Certification as a Veteran Owned Small Business (VOSB) and/or a Service-Disabled Veteran Owned Small Business (SDVOSB) can help your business win more government contracts. USFCR provides a streamlined process to make sure this process happens error-free and compliantly.
The HUBZone Certification Program can help your business win more government contracts. USFCR provides a streamlined process to make sure this process happens error-free and compliantly.
Set asides for Veteran-Owned Small Businesses and Service Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Businesses can provide an advantage to veterans in the competitive federal contracting marketplace. Stand behind those who have stood behind us all on this episode of The Government Buys a Podcast.
As the new year approaches, you may be thinking of a personal resolution. However, it's also a great time to consider a resolution for your efforts in the government contracting. Here are some questions a vendor should ask themselves when preparing their 2020 goals for contracting. We're also going to cover time management on this week's USFCR Academy Live webinar.
Where to watch: USFCR Academy Live Facebook Group
When to watch: 12/11/19 @ 2:00 pm ET