News from US Federal Contractor Registration


4 Essentials to Keep You From Failing at Federal Marketing

Running a business without marketing is like planting a seed without giving it water and sunlight. You don’t need an MBA to understand that. So why would you ever enter government contracting without a Federal Marketing Strategy? You entered GovCon because: The U.S. federal government is a high spending and reliable customer. You want a […]

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August 2018 Newsletter

Are you prepared for more Government Spending? Attention contractors! September marks the end of Quarter 4 for Federal Government spending. If you aren’t prepared for government contracting now would be a good time to get organized. Subscribe to our YouTube channel to stay informed on how to succeed in the federal marketplace: New YouTube Releases […]

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Camp Redwood Inc. Gets Awarded First Government Contract

Camp Redwood Inc. is a children’s camp located in Walden, New York. Founded by Irma and Buddy Estis in 1961, this family-owned and operated business has all the makings to bring the perfect summer experience. Campfires, canoeing, and nature programs can all be found just an hour outside of New York City. However, this year […]

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Federal Acquisition Regulation – The Rules You Need to Know

As a government contractor, you need to know FAR 52.212-1. Without it, you will not be able to work with the federal government. It’s this provision as well as many others in the Federal Acquisition Regulation that has kept many businesses form working with the federal government. Sometimes, it has even landed people in jail. […]

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Butsky Cores, LLC Lands Subcontracting Opportunity

Past performance is crucial towards winning federal contracts and you can only obtain it through working with the government. However, many newcomers to the federal marketplace have been faced with this paradoxical dilemma: “How do I build my past performance, if I have yet to win a government contract?” Here’s the solution. Subcontracting and building […]

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The 2018 Eric Knellinger Presidential Scholarship Recipients

Every year US Federal Contractor Registration awards the Eric Knellinger Presidential Scholarship to one or more students. These scholarships are for $1,000 each and they can be used to pay for any expense that comes with pursuing a higher education. This year, we’re proud to announce our three recipients: Aidan Ashe, Anthony Cuozzo, and Samantha […]

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The Past Performance Questionnaire: An Important Factor

As a government contractor or a prospective one, you should have a basic idea of Past Performance. It’s your grade on how your business completed on a job or order. Factors such as technical performance, cost control, timeliness, and how you carry out business relations all come into play. It will go from “Exceptional,” being […]

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July 2018 Newsletter

Interviewing a Former State Department Contracting Officer Representative USFCR’s Executive Bid Trainer John Wayne, II sits down with John Conway, an ex-Contracting Officer Representative, to discuss some important rules to follow when writing a proposal. They close out with questions from our bid training subscribers about bid protesting, niche services, and more. Be sure to […]

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Grant Applications Tips from a Federal Acquisition & Assistance Specialist

Need a grant? US Federal Contractor Registration is here to help. With our team of experts, we’ll get you properly registered and help you write an effective proposal. Watch the YouTube clip below to hear grant application tips from Acquisition and Assistance Specialist Esteban Enriquez.  Helping You Write Grant Proposals Esteban Enriquez offers USFCR clients […]

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