GSA Creates Redevelopment Contract for Southwest Washington

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GOVERNMENT CONTRACTING TIPSThe General Services Administration (GSA) is expecting to create a contract which will be responsible to design the changes to the GSA Headquarters in Washington as well as the Cotton Annex for the Energy Department. GSA Head Administrator Dan Tangherlini stated that it is only the first two projects in a full effort to redesign older buildings in that area of southwest Washington. Once the contract is released it will hit the bidding floor on FedBizOpps. Once on FedBizOpps, only contractors that are properly registered in System for Award Management (SAM) will be allowed to bid on the solicitation.

 

GovernmentContractingTips.com has been assisting registered small business contractors with all of their questions regarding the Government-Wide Acquisition contracts (GWACs). Before a business can start bidding on available contracts they must be registered in System for Award Management (SAM). Most businesses find the SAM registration very difficult and tedious. It can take days or even weeks to fill out the registration if a business is not familiar with the registration process. That is why businesses all over the country have been hiring third party registration firms to conduct the SAM registration for their business.

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