Federal Contracting Assistance Available from US Federal Contractor Registration
Minneapolis, MN (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) - The Department of Agriculture issued a solicitation for bison corral repairs. This opportunity has no set-asides and offers are due by September 10, 2018. For assistance in meeting this deadline with proper registrations and a strong offer, businesses may use third-party government registration firm, US Federal Contractor Registration (USFCR).
238910 is the associated NAICS code for this opportunity. Contractors interested in this opportunity are also required to conduct a site visit before September 10 as well. The exact specifications for this contract can be found on the Advanced Procurement Portal from USFCR. Questions are to be submitted to Robert J. Zeglin (email@example.com). Contracting officers will be unable to assist with specific contractor requirements such as registration in the System for Award Management (SAM).
SAM is the mandatory registration that all federal contractors must complete before making offers to perform any work for the government. This system can be tricky to handle, especially when trying to meet a deadline and put a quote together. For assistance with all of these matters, US Federal Contractor Registration is standing by to provide.
US Federal Contractor Registration (USFCR) is the world's largest third-party government registration firm. They have helped thousands of entities translate their capabilities into the U.S. Government's language and systems with the Simplified Acquisition Program, bid training, and proposal writing services. They not only register companies on their behalf in SAM, but also have pioneered the Advanced Procurement Portal (APP). APP shows active and historical federal business opportunity information in the same place, simplifying market research. Active federal buyers and vendors are not only cataloged in APP but also are also using the system, creating a powerful network. Businesses who partner with USFCR will be able to dedicate their complete effort toward their performance on a contract, rather than the acquisition of it.
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SOURCE: US Federal Contractor Registration