GovKinex Builds Over 200 Government-Formatted Websites in Four Months

US FEDERAL CONTRACTOR REGISTRATION

In just four short months, GovKinex, a division of US Federal Contractor Registration, has completed over 200 government-formatted websites. Properly registered government contractors use these government-formatted websites to connect with procurement officers around the nation. A government-formatted website can be used as a business reference, providing a vendor’s past performance, testimonials, and more. GovKinex has made hundreds of websites however these are the first hundred completed with their brand new government-formatted website layout.

 

In an effort to modernize government marketing, Govkinex has developed a government-formatted website template designed to help businesses reach procurement officers. What makes the design of the government-formatted template so innovative is that it was constructed to be authorized by government firewalls and security measures. US Federal Contractor Registration’s website development operation GovKinex has developed a government-formatted website package that works hand in hand with President Obama’s goals. Best of all, every GovKinex website is mobile ready for iPhone and Android compatibility. This makes it possible for government contractors to reach procurement officers on every available operating system, no matter what device contracting officers use to access the internet. These websites also allow businesses to market themselves directly to federal buyers. This service is a must have in today’s federal marketplace.

 

Business owners may acquire one of these new government-formatted websites by calling the Contractor Helpline at (877) 252-2700 ext 1. Their Placement Specialist can then further explain the benefits of owning a government-formatted website. A Placement Specialist will also help the contractor find current contracting opportunities, purchasing trends for federal agencies, and review their System for Award Management registration for errors that could impact their ability to win government contracts.

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