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. Watch the USFCR video case study below to learn more about this success story.
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.
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.
Foret Contracting Group, LLC is a construction, landscaping, and building maintenance company based in 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.
Veteran's Choice Procurement, LLC is a Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Business (SDVOSB) located in Austin, Texas. They provide healthcare supplies and equipment to federal agencies. With USFCR's services, owner Jesse Carlow went from starting a business to winning six contracts in less than a year.
Recently Todd Marchant Construction Co. dba RockNErosion won its first two federal contracts. Although businesses take an average of 12-18 months to win their first award, RockNErosion completed this feat in just half the time. For Todd Marchant, however, searching, bidding, and performing federal contracts isn’t just something that he does for an income. Todd has found genuine enjoyment and passion in this type of work.
In federal contracting, having a great past performance record can open up a wide range of opportunities down the road. After all, the U.S. federal government wants to build relationships with quality businesses that they can rely on.
Although Metropolitan Logistics, LLC dba Metro Managed Services has recently won its first two contracts, they are no strangers to working with Uncle Sam. Their repeated success in federal contracting demonstrates how a business can scale this sector by establishing a solid reputation.
Federal contracting is a highly competitive sector. Getting your foot in the door is a whole feat of its own. However, a true indicator of a contractor’s prowess and quality of work is when Uncle Sam chooses to build a working relationship with their business. Such is the case with RTG Building Services Inc. (which has held previous contracts under LP Custodial) winning their rebid on a janitorial contract with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. After a 10-year contract, the Army has once again solidified its trust in RTG Building Services Inc. with this recent award.
June 1st marked the beginning of the Atlantic Hurricane season. These past few years, the United States has endured waves of devastation from Maria to Michael. Then, in the West, there have been numerous wildfires, with the Camp Fire being one of the most destructive in recent memory. Although it seems as if a disaster is inevitable, what’s also inevitable is that there will always be contractors who will answer the call to help. With a recent Blanket Purchase Agreement (BPA) award from the U.S. Forest Service, B&G Forestry, LLC will be there to answer the call and provide aid.