Who is US Federal Contractor Registration?

US Federal Contractor RegistrationUS Federal Contractor Registration assists business owners in getting registered to business with the government and marketing their services to government procurement officers. Below is a brief description of why US Federal Contractor Registration was created.


In 2009, the Federal government set aside over $442 billion to be spent with small businesses; however less than 22% of that money, totaling approximately $96 billion, was actually awarded during 2009.  Government buyers stated there were not have enough qualified, properly registered small businesses to award the set-asides to.  Instead, buyers have been turning to large companies to meet their needs and award contracts to.

While organizations such as the Procurement Technical Assistance Center (PTAC) exist to help business owners learn the process and become qualified for government contracts, many small businesses still have trouble completing the requirements.  PTAC offers classes teaching interested business owners the processes and procedures to complete their CCR registration and ORCA filing preparation.  However due to the tremendous amount of information and work necessary, potential vendors end up needing to take multiple classes over several months just learning the procedure before they can even begin registration.  Despite being very interested in working with the government, many business owners end up exiting the process before they finish or even begin their registration.  Other businesses complete registration but fail to learn how to properly submit bids to the government.

The time necessary to learn and complete the registration process, often in excess of 20 hours even for advanced users, was identified as the biggest obstacle preventing new vendors from getting registered.  US Federal Contractor Registration solves this problem by giving businesses the option to pay $599.00 to have a Case Manager complete and file the registration on their behalf.  Once registration is completed, US Federal Contractor Registration takes it a step further and distributes the new vendor’s information to government buyers in a monthly regional newsletter.

The demands of running a business in today’s economic climate mean that business owners often can’t afford to take on a project that can easily take several weeks to complete.  By turning to US Federal Contractor Registration, new vendors can satisfy all the registration requirements in less than 2 weeks, allowing them to bid for and accept federal work.  Clients of US Federal Contractor Registration not only save time but also have peace of mind knowing their registration paperwork has been successfully filed.  Even federal agencies and multinational corporations turn to US Federal Contractor Registration to perform and maintain registrations, ensuring the filings are accurate and up to date to prevent delayed Federal Government payments.

Government contracting can be extremely rewarding for a company, but today’s small businesses owners often don’t have the extra resources to devote to government contracting without outside assistance.  US Federal Contractor Registration makes it possible for all small businesses to participate in Federal Contracting.

To start your registration today, contact US Federal Contractor Registration at #877-252-2700 begin_of_the_skype_highlighting 877-252-2700 end_of_the_skype_highlighting or through our website.

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