Breakdown of FAR Parts 12 and 15

Apr 17, 2019 2:26:00 PM / by Alex Siniari posted in USFCR Info, Videos

Former Raytheon Director of Pricing and Estimating Ellen Beebe gives a breakdown of FAR parts 12 and 15 in this video clip. 
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Advantages of Using a Third-Party for Your Registration

Mar 28, 2019 1:49:00 PM / by Hayden Johnson posted in USFCR Info

Editor's Note: This post was originally published in March 2019 and has been updated for accuracy and comprehensiveness.

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 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).

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Finding Success in Government Contracting for Veteran-Owned Businesses

Mar 4, 2019 5:19:50 PM / by Hayden Johnson posted in Veteran Owned Small Business (VETBIZ), USFCR Info

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.

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The 2018 Eric Knellinger Presidential Scholarship Recipients

Aug 9, 2018 11:18:32 AM / by Hayden Johnson posted in USFCR Info

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.

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A Big Advancement for Business in Federal Contract Acquisition

Jan 8, 2018 11:20:51 AM / by David Rockwell posted in Success Stories, USFCR Info

If you haven't been successful acquiring government contracts in the past, 2018 is going to be your year. Furthering our mission of simplifying the federal acquisition process with the latest technology, US Federal Contractor Registration has developed a major advancement which will help you acquire your first contract.
USFCR is no stranger to helping businesses break into the federal market. Check out some of the success stories from 2017 below. These successes represent a sliver of our very successful year. USFCR clients earned over $16.4 billion in government contract awards this year! That’s over $70 billion since the inception of the company.

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Eric Knellinger Presidential Scholarship Recipients Announced

Aug 8, 2017 10:44:58 AM / by USFCR posted in USFCR Info

US Federal Contractor Registration is pleased to announce the recipients of the first annual Eric Knellinger Presidential Scholarship. The recipients, each of whom receives a $1,000 scholarship, are St. Petersburg College students Sylvia Cardenas, Tatsiana Picard, and Chelse Crump.
Sylvia Cardenas, from Clearwater, Florida, is pursuing an associate’s degree at St. Petersburg College; Tatsiana Picard, from St. Petersburg, Florida, is studying nursing at St. Petersburg College; and Chelse Crump, from Palm Harbor, Florida, is pursuing an associate’s degree at St. Petersburg College, with an eye toward moving into the medical field.
US Federal Contractor Registration gives one or more scholarships – aimed to help students enrolled in a two- or four-year college or university, or high school students who have ben accepted at a two- or four-year college or university, pay for tuition and/or books – to the student or students who demonstrate an awareness of government contracting, regardless of area of study. To demonstrate this, students must write and submit a 1,500-word essay on the government buying process.
“I enjoy giving back to my community, be it through my church or other organizations,” said Knellinger, “but I am also a father of a high school senior who is beginning to make decisions about where he wants to go after he graduates.”
“Being in a position to help students is something I’m grateful that I can do,” Knellinger added.
US Federal Contractor Registration received hundreds of essays from students around the country, but Knellinger and his team realized that essays sent by three area students really captured what government buying is all about.
“Succeeding as a government contractor isn’t easy. Even the SBA says that working with the government is tough. So to find so many young people interested in or knowledgeable the process provided us with an embarrassment of riches,” said Knellinger.
In her essay, Cardenas made clear the idea that to succeed as a government contractor, “you must find out where real opportunities are” and “make sure government buyers are aware of your company and its strengths.” In her essay, Picard focused on contracting trends, such as projected increases in infrastructure and IT spending. In her essay, Crump explored why companies should make good and ethical decisions and how these types of decisions can ultimately – and positively – affect a company’s bottom line and access to available government contracting opportunities.
Knellinger, who met with the scholarship recipients on July 6, said after that it’s one thing to read someone’s name and essay and make a decision, but it’s even more gratifying to meet the student and realize that you’ve made the right decision.
“Each of the young women are poised to go very far in their lives,” said Knellinger, “and I’m grateful that I get to play a small role in their educational pursuits.”
USFCR intends to award one additional $1,000 scholarship for the fall term, and then award between 3 and 5 scholarships for the 2018-2019 school year. Read more about the application process here:

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Key Benefits

Feb 22, 2016 4:05:00 PM / by USFCR posted in USFCR Info

US Federal Contractor Registration, the world’s largest and most trusted third-party government registration firm, completes and maintains the System for Award Management (SAM) Registration for its clients. Since SAM's implementation in 2012, we have processed over 100,000 compliant registrations. We also provide registrations for various set-asides including veteran-owned, women-owned, HUBZone, and the 8(a) Business Development Program. 

However, we are more than just a Registration firm. In fact, we provide our clients with a full suite of services. Our clients get all of the services, products, information, and advice they need from us, so they can focus more on building their business, winning government contracts, and fulfilling these contracts.

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The Legion Group, LLC Has Become a Verified Vendor with US Federal Contractor Registration

Feb 19, 2016 10:00:50 AM / by David Rockwell posted in Veteran Owned Small Business (VETBIZ), USFCR Info

US Federal Contractor Registration, the world’s largest third-party government registration firm, is pleased to announce that The Legion Group, LLC – which makes available a comprehensive portfolio of products, from office and school chairs, tables, and desks, and medical-grade furniture, to building signage and medical supplies and equipment – has become one of its Verified Vendors.
The Verified Vendor seal shows procurement officers that a company’s registration is being maintained and that the company has successfully completed System for Award Management (SAM) Registration.
The Legion Group, LLC has been certified as a Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Business (SDVOSB) by the U.S. Small Business Administration, and, though a newly established entity, has outfitted several pharmacies, banks, schools, and physician-owned clinics in the civilian sector.
The Legion Group, LLC:

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Confused about Set-Asides and Simplified Acquisition? We can help.

Sep 23, 2015 10:28:13 AM / by David Rockwell posted in Veteran Owned Small Business (VETBIZ), Simplified Acquisition Program (SAP), USFCR Info

Do you know what the terms “set-aside” and “simplified acquisition” means in terms of government contracting? If you don’t, you’re not alone. Many of our clients see these terms in solicitations and ask us to better explain what the terms mean and if their company even qualifies.

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