GovKinex, a division of US Federal Contractor Registration is pleased to announce the completion of over 200 websites in just under 4 months. GovKinex connects government contractors with federal procurement officers and government agencies. GovKinex creates customized government-formatted websites that by pass government firewalls and spyware to reach procurement officers around the nation. Their websites are useful to business owners because they show up on federal databases like DLA BINKS search and Dynamic Small Business Search. Normally, most of the websites on these databases are blocked because they are not formatted correctly for federal procurement. Dynamic Small Business Search (DSBS) is the database base that federal procurement officers use to find properly registered small business government contractors that can be used towards their 23% overall procurement goal.
Kamron Nelson, Web Department Manager for GovKinex commented on the company milestone stating, “I have learned a lot over the four months I have been working here. Our websites include all the information a government contracting agent needs to grant a business with a contract. Many companies have private websites, but they don’t even make it known that they are registered with the government. They force the procurement officers through an extra timely procedure to gather information. With our website, all of the information is organized and simplified, making the process to grant a contract a lot easier. There is a reason why we call them government-formatted websites. They are an all-in-one resource to assist government contracting agencies with their search for businesses to grant contracts. Our websites are a great asset for your business and can significantly assist your business’s marketing to the government.”
Every procurement officer must spend 23% of their overall budget on small business contracts. Small business contracts include total small businesses, 8a, HUBZone, Woman Owned Small Business, Service Disabled Veteran Owned Businesses, etc.