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USFCR Client Skyhawk Drone Services Receives a Contract

Dec 19, 2017 10:10:45 AM / by David Rockwell posted in Success Stories

Steven Boodhoo of Skyhawk Drone Services (DUNS 080644275) has been very busy lately. Not only is he continuing to complete work on a USGS federal contract, funded by the Department of the Interior; but also, he is pursuing additional federal opportunities too.

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USFCR Client Omega Tech Communication Services Receives Three Federal Contracts

Oct 25, 2017 9:00:40 AM / by USFCR posted in Success Stories

US Federal Contractor Registration – the world’s largest third-party government registration firm – is pleased to announce that Verified Vendor Omega Tech Communication Services, LLC recently received three federal contracts.
The contracts – issued by the U.S. Department of Agriculture Agricultural Research Service, the U.S. Department of the Interior Bureau of Land Management, and the U.S. Department of the Army – are valued at, respectively, $115,260, $28,920, and $10,900, for a total of just north of $155,000.
The contracts call for Omega Tech Communication Services to provide IT and telecom services; security detection systems; and cable, cord, and wire assemblies.
“We are a very agile company,” said Omega Tech Communication Services Manager of Operations Daniel Laing. “We’re small enough that you deal directly with managers, in the event something arises.”
Minority-owned Omega Tech Communication Services, according to Laing, also “provides fast and reliable services, and makes available to its clients a dedicated staff that ensures customer satisfaction.”
Though the business has been in operation just since 2015, Laing and his team have more than seven years of telecommunication industry experience, including low-voltage voice data and security and network infrastructure.
Eric Knellinger, president of US Federal Contractor Registration, says that companies like Omega Tech Communication Services are exactly the types of companies that the government looks for when considering contract awards because of its range of available services as well as for its commitment to providing high-quality customer services.
“I cannot stress enough the importance in making sure you’re able to deliver what you say you’re going to deliver – and to do it within required time frames,” said Knellinger. “Once a business, no matter its size, demonstrates its ability to meet deadlines, it becomes an attractive option for government buyers looking to award a contract.”
Laing called his experience working with US Federal Contractor Registration – especially acquisition specialist Marianne Swager and her assistant, Wendy Coutinho – “wonderful.”
“All of my questions have been promptly answered, I received plenty of literature to familiarize myself with the subject, and Marianne and Wendy were awesome,” said Laing. “Even with our hectic schedule, they were able to coordinate with Omega Tech to make sure we took full advantage of the services available to us.”
Omega Tech Communication Services is available to provide a range of telecommunication services, including upgrades for new builds, WiFi installation, NVR camera installation, and network infrastructure modifications.
US Federal Contractor Registration helps its clients complete and maintain a System for Award Management (SAM) Registration, access contact information for federal buyers in their industries, develop award- and contract-winning marketing techniques and plans, and also uniquely position themselves for success.

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USFCR Client C-Plus Electronics, Inc. Receives Army Contract

Oct 24, 2017 9:00:15 AM / by USFCR posted in Success Stories

US Federal Contractor Registration – the world’s largest third-party government registration firm – is pleased to announce that Verified Vendor C-Plus Electronics, Inc. received a contract valued at nearly $12,000 from the U.S. Army.
The contract calls for C-Plus Electronics to deliver electronics and toner to the Army.
In business since 2003, C-Plus Electronics makes available to its commercial and government clients electronic equipment, services, water, and toner.
“C-Plus Electronics, Inc. has mastered the art of procuring electronic components,” said Michael Paulus, company CFO, Government Sales Manager. “We’ve gained access to millions of inventory files from all major OEMs and EMS manufacturing plants around the world.”
These files, he added, the company then makes available to clients around the world.
“We fulfill multiple ESRS requirements,” Paulus added, “and can also come through with competitive pricing.”
Paulus described his experience working with US Federal Contractor Registration – specifically John Wayne, Angela Armstrong, and Gina Wright – as “very knowledgeable and always there when you need them.”
Eric Knellinger, president of US Federal Contractor Registration, says that companies like C-Plus Electronics, Inc. are exactly the types of companies that the government looks for when considering contract awards.
“By providing high-quality products and services, and being able to fulfill a multitude of requests, C-Plus Electronics, Inc. has positioned itself to excel as a government contractor,” said Knellinger. “And, in my opinion, it’s the companies that deliver time and again that seem to find the most success.”
US Federal Contractor Registration helps its clients complete and maintain a System for Award Management (SAM) Registration, access contact information for federal buyers in their industries, develop award- and contract-winning marketing techniques and plans, and also uniquely position themselves for success.

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USFCR Client Dump It Services Lands First Contract

Nov 30, 2016 9:16:33 AM / by USFCR posted in Women Owned Small Business (WOSB/EDWOSB), Success Stories

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.

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GSA Awards $23M Construction Contract to Upgrade Derby Line Port

May 20, 2016 9:00:07 AM / by David Rockwell posted in GSAP Registration, Success Stories

The U.S. General Services Administration (GSA), New England Region, announced on May 9, 2016 the award of a $23 million construction contract for upgrades to the Derby Line Land Port of Entry (LPOE) to D.E.W. Construction of Burlington, Vermont. This contract will allow for the completion of necessary upgrades to the LPOE to replace the outdated facility which currently exists. The project will be designed to be both energy efficient, sustainable and will be certified as LEED Gold by the U.S. Green Building Council.

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AP-NEXT, Inc. Wins $48,550 VA Contract

Apr 22, 2016 9:00:34 AM / by David Rockwell posted in Success Stories

US Federal Contractor Registration, the world's largest third-party government registration firm, is pleased to announce that AP-NEXT, Inc. has received a five- year, $48,550 contract from the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA).

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USFCR Client Software-Tech Enterprises Selected as an SBA Small Business Person of the Year

Mar 25, 2016 10:29:33 AM / by David Rockwell posted in Success Stories, USFCR Info, News

The U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) on March 16 announced the recipients of the 2016 Small Business Person of the Year awards, which recognizes small businesses based in the United States, the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico, Guam, and the U.S. Virgin Islands.
Software-Tech Enterprises, an Illinois-based management consulting and information technology firm that specializes in providing services to the federal government and private sector, was one of the 54 winners, and its President and CEO, Dwayne Jackson, says the awards make clear how important small businesses are to the country’s economy.
“The U.S. job market is currently on a consecutive 71-months job growth, and small businesses have contributed greatly to lower the unemployment rate. Small business owners sacrifice and sometimes struggle each day to build their businesses,” Jackson said via e-mail. “It is fitting that the SBA recognize and celebrate those small businesses that go beyond the call of duty … and help drive the U.S. economy.”
While announcing the recipients of this year’s Small Business Person of the Year awards, SBA Administrator Maria Contreras-Sweet, also commented on the role small businesses play in the nation’s economy.
“There are more than 28 million small businesses serving as the economic engine of our country, employing half of the private sector and creating two out of three net new jobs. If our small business sector was a country, its output would rank number three above Germany and Japan,” said Contreras-Sweet.
US Federal Contractor Registration, the world’s largest third-party government registration firm, worked with Software-Tech Enterprises to complete its System for Award Management (SAM) Registration and make it eligible to bid on and receive government contracts. USFCR President Eric Knellinger says these awards make clear why small businesses should register to contract with the federal government.
“The federal government sets aside 23 percent of all contracts for small businesses. That’s billions of dollars right there made available to small businesses that larger businesses can’t even touch,” said Knellinger. “Since registering as a federal contractor can be a lengthy and time-consuming process, it makes sense to partner with a registration firm to make sure your registration is accurate and complete.”
Brian Lewis, an acquisition specialist as US Federal Contractor Registration, and the specialist who worked with Jackson and Software Tech Enterprises, said that the company deserves this recognition from the SBA.
“Dwayne’s commitment to provide services and solutions that involve implementing information technology strategies and solutions that help our country monitor possible terrorist activities and also help the government support our aging population is second to none,” said Lewis. “I am very proud of the small role I played to help him and Software-Tech Enterprises succeed.”
Each year since 1963, the president has issued a proclamation calling for the celebration of National Small Business Week. National Small Business Week is set as the first week in May, and this year the dates are May 1-7 with national events planned in Washington, D.C., New York City, Atlanta, Denver, Phoenix and San Jose and Oakland, California.
“What the SBA and US Federal Contractor Registration does is make sure that no matter the size of your business, you have a fair shot at winning a government contract,” said Knellinger. “By working hand-in-hand with the SBA, we help owners of small businesses access – and, historically, win – more contracts.”
Jackson, when asked about why he feels small businesses are so vital to the country’s economy, points to several ways that small businesses can provide more personalized services than a larger business, such as by making sure a client knows the person with whom he or she is in contact, offering personalized services, responding flexibly to business challenges and problems, and reaching quick decisions on the projects it can and cannot take on.
“Small businesses are well positioned to introduce and develop new ideas, due to the reporting structure, which reduces having to report to or seek approval from multiple levels,” said Jackson. “Small businesses, with their lower overheads, are able to make a profit with lower sales than a larger business, and can sell into much smaller markets.”
We're available to help small business owners complete their SAM Registration and also optimize their chances at winning federal contracts. For more information, call us at 877-252-2700, ext. 1.

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Turn Key Services of Louisiana Wins $18k Contract

Mar 17, 2016 10:46:50 AM / by David Rockwell posted in Success Stories

Turn Key Services of Louisiana, LLC -- a minority-owned small business based in Donaldsonville, Louisiana -- announced this week that it received a contract worth $18,240 from the Louisiana Department of Corrections.
The contract calls for the company to supply limestone to the Louisiana State Penitentiary through June 30, 2016.
The award comes just about three months after the company completed its System for Award Management (SAM) Registration with US Federal Contractor Registration, the world’s largest third-party government contracting firm.
Andrew Brewer, president of Turn Key Services of Louisiana, LLC, says that having the opportunity to bid on government contracts set-aside for minority-owned small businesses is something he never would have thought possible had he not hired US Federal Contractor Registration to help him become eligible to bid on government contracts.
“We didn’t know what we were doing until I started working with Marianne Swager of US Federal Contractor Registration,” Brewer said during a recent telephone interview. “She taught me how to put together an aggressive bid, and also reviewed my bid before I submitted it.”
Turn Key Services of Louisiana, LLC, which Brewer opened in 2009, hauls debris for commercial and residential customers. Turn Key has experience hauling sand, debris, gravel, asphalt, millen, and non-hazardous waste.
Several of its clients, contacted separately, sing the company’s praises, with Mariet Allen of Mariel Holdings, LLC calling the company “dependable, trustworthy, and customer-oriented.”
Brewer said he has submitted two other bids for projects, and continues to look for other opportunities for which he is qualified. His advice for other businesses interested in bidding on and receiving government contracts?
“Hire US Federal Contractor Registration to help you complete your SAM Registration,” said Brewer. “That’s really the first and best step you can take to become a successful government contractor.”
Eric Knellinger, president of US Federal Contractor Registration, credits Marianne Swager, the case manager who works with Turn Key Services of Louisiana, LLC, with helping to make this award possible. Swager, says Knellinger, demonstrated just what helps US Federal Contractor Registration stand out — it not only helps companies survive, but it also helps them thrive.
“We don’t just take a client’s money, help set them up, and turn them loose,” says Knellinger. “We walk them through every step of the contracting process, make sure they have the tools they need to succeed, and, in some cases, introduce them to procurement officers looking for the services or products that the company provides.”
Swager separately said that Turn Key’s contracting success demonstrates what a company can achieve, once it is qualified to bid on and receive government contracts.
“Helping a business complete its SAM Registration is just the tip of the iceberg,” said Swager, when asked about the services she provides her clients. “We don’t stop when we’ve qualified a company to contract with the government – we make sure they have the tools they need to actually win one.”
For more information about Turn Key Services of Louisiana, LLC, visit turnkeygov.com.
For more information about US Federal Contractor Registration, or to find out how it can help your business start winning federal contracts, call 877-252-2700 ext. 1.

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KAT Industries, Inc. Receives U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Contract

Feb 16, 2016 9:00:22 AM / by David Rockwell posted in Success Stories

KAT Industries, Inc., an Oklahoma City-based fabrication shop, has received a contract valued at $153,698 from the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers to provide processed steel.
This U.S. Army Corps of Engineers contract is the first contract KAT Industries has received since completing its System for Award Management (SAM) Registration in 2015, but KAT Industries, Inc. Controller Jeremy Ice believes that now that his company has landed its first contract, others will follow.
“It’s nice to have one under our belts,” he said. “I think it will help us be more confident in how we bid on future opportunities.”
KAT Industries provides a full suite of services, including fabricating and rigging up oil rigs, retrofitting existing rigs with top drives and skidding systems, fabricating mud systems, unitizing mud pumps, and fabricating any drilling rig components including houses, tanks, water tanks, fuel tanks, and engine packages.
Ice said that KAT Industries, Inc. turned to government contracting when it decided to diversify from providing oil industry-related services and become a custom manufacturing company that can provide services to any industry. It also launched several product lines, and is still the go-to place in Oklahoma City for processed steel.
“We can convert raw steel into a multitude of products and deliver an absolutely finished painted product,” said Ice.
Ice credits US Federal Contractor Registration, the world’s largest third-party government registration firm, and his acquisition specialist, Marianne Swager, for working with him and his company and making sure they were successfully registered, had the information they needed, and had answers to their questions when they asked them.
“Marianne was very informative and available when we needed to speak with her directly,” Ice said. “She was very helpful.”
Swager said that it’s not unusual for companies to wait between six and 12 months after completing their SAM Registration to win a government contract, though she’s worked with clients who receive contracts days after their Registration is complete.
“It all depends on what contracts are available, how aggressive the company is, and how much work they want to put in. A lot of companies think that all they need to do is register, and then the contracts will just start to happen, but it doesn’t work like that,” said Swager. “Companies have to market their business and stay on top of available opportunities. That’s what KAT Industries did, and it paid off for it.”
Eric Knellinger, president of US Federal Contractor Registration, echoed Swager’s comments. He added that there’s money to be made contracting with the federal government, as long as a company is willing to work and also willing to learn from unsuccessful bids – which Ice said KAT Industries did, when it missed out on two earlier opportunities.
“You can learn as much from losing out on a contract as you can from winning one,” said Knellinger. “You learn what does and doesn’t work, and you can then refine your strategy. Eventually, just like KAT Industries did this week, you’ll win your first contract, and then you’ll win your second contract, and in no time, you will be the go-to company in your specific industry. I’m just so happy for Jeremy and everyone at KAT Industries. They worked hard to get this contract, and they deserve it.”

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Trend Green Announces $42,000 Contract with DOD

Oct 21, 2015 8:15:13 AM / by David Rockwell posted in Success Stories

trend-green-environmentalTrend Green, which provides sustainable textiles for use in hotels and other locations around the country, received on September 29, 2015 a contract worth $42,375 from the Department of Defense to provide 2,500 blankets to Iskenderun International Port Operations in Turkey.
This contract comes on the heels of a $85,420.20 contract it received in August from the Defense Logistics Agency (DLA) Troop Support to provide sustainable textiles for Arizona Industries for the Blind.
“I couldn’t have gotten these contracts without US Federal Contractor Registration and my Acquisition Specialist Brian Lewis,” said Trend Green Representative Jason Eil. “He not only made the registration process easy but he also answered all of my questions and made sure I understood everything he was doing.”
He added that Trend Green wasn’t expecting to win government contracts as quickly as it did, and that he’s convinced it did because of how thorough Lewis was.
“He made sure that everything was in order, that we had information about procurement opportunities, and that we were ready to bid,” added Eil.
Trend Green, a division of Reid Witlin, was started in 2009. Its line of sustainable textiles consists of 100 percent post-consumer recycled materials designed, woven, and finished in the USA.
Some of its clients include The Wynn Las Vegas; The Cosmopolitan Las Vegas; Hilton Vacation Club Las Vegas; LA Live-Marriot and Ritz Carlton; City Center Las Vegas-Mandarin Oriental; Marriott Desert Ridge; Trump International; and Plaza Athenee.
“What we do here for all of our clients is make sure their registrations are done correctly, that they know best practices for bidding on contracts, and that they know about opportunities for which they are qualified,” said Lewis.
US Federal Contractor Registration President Eric Knellinger separately agreed.
“We don’t just help our clients complete their registrations. We make sure they have the support and information they need to not just succeed but to thrive,” Knellinger said. “We know their business means everything to them, which is why their business means everything to us.”

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Mike Wills Excavating & Trucking, Inc. Announces $96,800 Contract with U.S. Army

Sep 29, 2015 8:37:57 AM / by David Rockwell posted in Success Stories

Mike Wills Excavating & Trucking, Inc. announced on Tuesday, September 29, 2015 that it has received a $96,800 contract from the U.S. Army to create test surfaces for vehicles in Alaska.
This contract finds the Michigan-based excavation and trucking company returning to Alaska, where they performed similar work for the Army in 2013 and 2012.
“We had done the project before,” said Leesa Misterly of Mike Wills Excavating & Trucking, “so we wanted the chance to do it again.”
Of course, wanting to bid on the contract and actually bidding on the contract are two different things, which the company realized when it attempted to bid on it and realized that its System for Award Management (SAM) Registration had expired. Before it could submit a bid, it had to renew its Registration.
Given how long renewing its SAM Registration could take, the company turned to Florida-based US Federal Contractor Registration — the largest third-party government contracting firm in the world — and asked it for help.
“We were under the gun, but we powered through and turned their renewal around quickly,” said John Lynch, the case manager who worked with Mike Wills Excavating & Trucking. “We knew their had been discussions about this specific contract, but that in order to win it, they had to complete their renewal. So we did.”
Two weeks after its SAM Registration was completed, the company learned of its award.
“John was very helpful, and we’re glad it worked out like this,” said Misterly.
“This happens all the time,” said US Federal Contractor Registration President Eric Knellinger. “Companies forget about their SAM Registration until they want to bid on a contract. And then they have to scramble to complete their renewal before the deadline to submit bids passes.”
All too often case managers at US Federal Contractor Registration hear this, which is why it encourages companies registered with SAM to renew their Registration at least 60 days before the expiration date, since renewing early doesn’t affect end of their registration period. For example, a Registration that ends on December 31, 2015, if renewed on October 31, 2015, would expire on December 31, 2016.
Renewing early, said Knellinger, also helps makes sure that companies don’t miss out on potential contracting opportunities.
“We pride ourselves on helping companies complete or renew their SAM Registration quickly and correctly, and make sure that, after completing or renewing their Registration, they know about current opportunities,” he said.

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Eamon Chase, Inc. Receives $86,000 Contract from U.S. Army Corps of Engineers

Sep 29, 2015 5:11:32 AM / by David Rockwell posted in Veteran Owned Small Business (VETBIZ), Success Stories

Eamon Chase, Inc., a service-disabled veteran-owned general contracting company in Milton, Florida, announced this week that it received a contract worth $86,307 from the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.
The contract calls for the company to remove the existing roof of an office at J Percy Priest Lake in Nashville and then replace it with a new roof. J. Percy Priest Lake is a recreational facility that offers fishing, hunting, camping, picnicking, boating, canoeing, hiking, horseback riding, and more.
The award comes just about one month after the company completed its System for Award Management (SAM) Registration with US Federal Contractor Registration, the world’s largest third-party government contracting firm.
Sanborn says that having the opportunity to bid on government contracts set-aside for service-disabled veteran-owned businesses is a “wonderful opportunity.”
“Disabled veterans don’t always get the same job and employment opportunities as other people,” he says. “It’s an incredible opportunity for people who can’t find traditional work, and it helps give veterans the chance to earn a livelihood.”
This is the first government contract Eamon Chase, Inc. has received from the federal government, though he hopes it is the first of many.
USFCR Case Manager John Wayne II trained Sanborn on putting together an attractive bid, the submission process, and what he needed to have in place to guarantee the procurement officer would spend more time on his bid than on other bids.
Eric Knellinger, president of US Federal Contractor Registration, credits Marianne Swager, the case manager who works with Eamon Chase, Inc., with helping to make this award possible. From helping Eamon Chase, Inc. complete its SAM Registration and know about contracting opportunities, to helping the company complete its bid and position itself as the best firm for the job, Swager, says Knellinger, demonstrated just what helps US Federal Contractor Registration stand out — it not only helps companies survive, but it also helps them thrive.
“We don’t just take a client’s money, help set them up, and turn them loose,” says Knellinger. “We walk them through every step of the contracting process, make sure they have the tools they need to succeed, and, in some cases, introduce them to procurement officers looking for the services or products that the company provides.”
Swager, for her part, said that Eamon Chase, Inc.’s contracting success is “rewarding” and shows what a company can accomplish when it completes its SAM Registration correctly, puts together a high-quality capabilities statement and list of past performance, and demonstrates exactly why the government should award it a contract.
US Federal Contractor Registration is the world's largest third-party registration firm. It helps business owners register to do business with the federal government; build a proper profile in the following systems: (8a, GSA, DSBS, System for Award Management, HUBZone, WOSB, EDWOSB, VOSB, SDVOSB, DAPA, and the Simplified Acquisition Program); and market that profile to the federal government. US Federal Contractor Registration is a platinum rated D&B rated company. It has completed more than 65,000 federal registrations for federal contractors, nonprofits, state and local agencies, and even for the U.S. government.
For more information about Eamon Chase, visit EamonChasegov.com. To speak with Sanborn, email eamonchaseinc@gmail.com or call 706-575-1629.
For more information about US Federal Contractor Registration, or to find out how it can help your business start winning federal contracts, call 877-252-2700 ext. 1.

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(DLP Services LLC) Gets 8a Contact Award thanks to Johnathan Maness

Aug 24, 2015 6:24:57 AM / by David Rockwell posted in 8(a) Business Development Program, Success Stories

 
Verified Vendor De La Paz Cleaning & Rental Service, LLC (DLP Services, LLC/DLP) has officially been given a 9 year contract to work with the Federal Government under the 8a Business Development Program. 
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Verified Vendor Mac Made Easy, Inc. Wins 2 Government Contracts Thanks to US Federal Contractor Registration

Aug 5, 2014 2:20:19 PM / by USFCR posted in Success Stories

Verified Vendor Mac Made Easy, Inc. Wins 2 Government Contracts Thanks to US Federal Contractor Registration

Mac Made Easy, Inc. (MME) signed up with US Federal Contractor Registration/GovKinex to make sure they made their presents know in the federal marketplace. With the help of US Federal Contractor Registration, they registered in System for Award Management(SAM), received a DUNS number and CAGE Code, developed a government-formatted website and created a profile in Dynamic Small Business Search. In only a few short months they won a lucrative contract from the Federal Government utilizing US Federal Contractor Registrations marketing strategies and resources. Located in downtown Hilo, Hawaii, Mac Made Easy, Inc. provides onsite and carry-in warranty services, general repair/maintenance, retail sales of new computers and computer equipment. Mac Made Easy, Inc. aims to be your one-stop-shop for all things Apple.

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Endrizzi Contracting and Landscaping Wins Over $160,000 in Government Contracts

Jun 30, 2014 2:24:15 PM / by USFCR posted in Success Stories

 

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US Federal Contractor Registration: Dixie Paper Company Wins Simplified Acquisition Contract

Jun 9, 2014 4:14:55 PM / by USFCR posted in Simplified Acquisition Program (SAP), Success Stories

US Federal Contractor Registration- Dixie Paper Company Wins Simplified Acquisition Contract
US Federal Contractor Registration recently signed Dixie Paper Company up for a Government Regional Marketing program and it turned out to be a success.  As recorded in the Federal Procurement Data System (FPDS.gov) or on USASpending.gov, US Federal Contractor Registration and their Director of Marketing/Public Relations, Max Timko helped Dixie Paper Company win a government contract for approximately $105,070.50 in November of 2013 to the United State Department of the Army.

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D&C Freight Logistics LLC is Awarded a Major Five Year Government Contract Thanks to US Federal Contractor Registration

Apr 4, 2013 9:03:52 AM / by USFCR posted in Success Stories

D&C Freight Logistics LLC is Awarded a Major Five Year Government Contract Thanks to US Federal Contractor Registration

US Federal Contractor Registration sets your business up for success in government contracting,” stated Dinisio Gilbert,Verified Vendor and Owner ofD&C Freight Logistics LLC. “Having US Federal Contractor Registration perform my government registration was a no brainer considering how well educated their staff of government experts were on the entire process,” quoted Mr. Gilbert in a conversation with GovernmentContractingTips.com. Since D&C Freight Trucking Logistics LLC decided to seek out help from US Federal Contractor Registration they have become registered in System for Award Management (SAM), been provided nation-wide marketing, had a 7 page government formatted website constructed, and received bid notifications on available government contracts around the country. These valuable services will be used for both receiving contracting and subcontracting opportunities. Thanks to US Federal Contractor Registration and their team of government contracting experts in just three short months D&C Logistics LLC has already been awarded a hefty 5 year government contract.

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Hyper IC Florida Lands Major Government Contracts with Help of US Federal Contractor Registration

Dec 13, 2012 2:04:10 PM / by USFCR posted in Women Owned Small Business (WOSB/EDWOSB), Success Stories

Hyper IC Florida Lands Major Government Contracts with Help of US Federal Contractor Registration

Hyper IC Florida is a registered Woman-Owned Small Business based out of Florida. Their company specializes in providing a full spectrum of commercial, industrial, military, and aerospace electronic components and accessories. Within a year, Hyper IC Florida has become a government contracting juggernaut.

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