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US Federal Contractor Registration is the world's largest and most trusted government registration firm. Since 2010, we've had one mission: simplifying government contracting. Watch the video below to know about who we are, our mission, and why we're dedicated to helping your business.
Do you own a small business?
Are you looking to build a network of successful entrepreneurs?
Want the chance to meet the top experts of government contracting in person?
We've got great news for you.
US Federal Contractor Registration will have a booth at the Phoenix (10/24) and Los Angeles (10/30) Small Business Expos. Founder and CEO Eric Knellinger will be there along with Executive Bid Trainer John Wayne II.
So you’ve done your homework and learned about the immense benefits of government contracting. Uncle Sam is a customer who has billions to spend every year, is always looking to buy, and he will spend more in recessions. Plus, there are exclusive opportunities just for small businesses. Naturally, you’re going to want a piece of that pie and get registered in the System for Award Management (SAM).
Have you ever tried to achieve a goal, but then you hit a major plateau?
Of course you have...
... unless you're some flawless superhuman.
It could just be a few seconds that you're trying to trim off your mile. Maybe you're trying to build up savings, but then life keeps getting in the w
Are you a business owner who previously served in our nation's armed forces? Perhaps you're a veteran who's interested in taking the entrepreneurial plunge. Either way, you need to know about the various programs and initiatives offered by Uncle Sam to help your business succeed.
President's Day is celebrated on the third Monday of February. Originally, it began as a celebration of George Washington who was born on February 11, 1731. Later on, it grew to become a celebration of Washington and Abraham Lincoln. Lincoln was born on February 12, 1809.
Have you ever doubted yourself or your abilities?
We all do it from time to time.
A bit of self-awareness and skepticism is healthy. It’s hardwired into our “survival instinct” for self-preservation. However, sometimes it can get out of hand and have the opposite effect, keeping us from our true potential.
At US Federal Contractor Registration, we're always putting our clients first and we strive to exceed their expectations.
The end of the year is a special time for many. When Thanksgiving comes along, we take time to reflect on what we have, what we're thankful for, and why we should feel grateful. After that comes even more holidays, which no matter what you celebrate, solidify the bonds of family, friendship, and community. It's a season marked by the virtue of giving and supporting others. That's why at US Federal Contractor Registration, we're proud to once again support the Kind Mouse.
This week on The John Wayne Show: If you missed our biggest Bid Training ever with over 1800 attendees, we're hosting ANOTHER ONE today on Youtube Live with John Wayne II and Former Contracting Officer Representative John Conway. This training isn't usually free, but today IT IS. We'll broadcast the training LIVE on Youtube at 4:00PM EST. Secure your seat now. We're featuring free insight into the Government Contracting Process from a Former Contracting Officer Representative, John Conway. "John Conway never fails to bring it," says John Wayne. Bring questions and leave them in the chat early. We'll answer them in the order they are posted*.
Scholarships can be a lifesaver. From boarding to books and just plain tuition, pursuing a higher education can burn a hole in your wallet. That's why USFCR has been awarding the Eric Knellinger Presidential Scholarship for $1,000 every year. We don't just want to help lift a burden from today's youth, but to also open the door to the numerous opportunities available with Uncle Sam.
Every year US Federal Contractor Registration awards the Eric Knellinger Presidential Scholarship to one or more students. These scholarships are for $1,000 each and they can be used to pay for any expense that comes with pursuing a higher education. This year, we’re proud to announce our three recipients: Aidan Ashe, Anthony Cuozzo, and Samantha White.
“This is a competition, not a pageant,” is what Veteran and USFCR Case Manager Kelli Johnston was told at the Ms. Veteran America semifinals in Maryland. Although it has many pageant-like qualities, the Ms. Veteran America Competition is ultimately about raising funds to uplift women veterans out of homelessness. Out of the 2,800 initial applicants, Johnston made it through the semi-finals to the top 25. This fall, she’s looking to win the competition with the final show in Hollywood on October 7, 2018.
Today is May 21, 2018. In 11 days, the Atlantic Hurricane Season will begin, just as it always has, on June 1st. As you know all too well, last year’s hurricane season was one of the most destructive and active seasons in recent history. Currently, there are many people in Puerto Rico who are still without power.
On the Fridays of May 4 and May 11, 2018, US Federal Contractor Registration gave back by volunteering at The Kind Mouse charity in St. Petersburg, FL. In black t-shirts that read, “Always Be a Kind Mouse,” the team put together hand-packed bags of food for local, chronically hungry children. So what does this phrase mean?
USFCR's very own Kelli Johnston aims to win The Ms. Veteran America Competition in Hollywood, California in October 2018. As a once homeless veteran and single mother, she is hoping to raise as much awareness and money as possible for homeless female veterans of America. Proceeds from the competition go toward Final Salute Inc. Final Salute Inc. is an organization that helps lift women veterans out of homelessness. Essentials such as transitional housing, transportation, and food are provided to veterans as well as their children.