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All Work and No Pay: Government Contractors Face Brunt of Regulations

The GSA’s notarized letter policy has left many U.S. government contractors outraged and without pay. In just a few months, it managed to hinder an entire industry. On June 11, 2018, they announced upcoming changes to this policy, but these changes raise doubts. It began in March 2018, when the GSA started to implement the notarized letter requirement […]

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Top 5 Gov. Contracting NAICS Codes: Mining, Quarrying, and Oil and Gas Extraction

Mining, Quarrying, and Oil and Gas Extraction fall under sector 21 in the North American Industry Classification System (NAICS). This industry revolves around the extraction of commodities from the earth. This also includes support operations and beneficiation. From the tungsten in our lightbulbs to the gas in our cars, this sector covers a lot. What are […]

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May 2018 Newsletter

Contractor News GSA’s Plan Fails, Causing a 74% Reduction in New SAM Registrations Based on new GSA regulations for SAM, contractors have been required to take an extra step to complete registration. As a result, thousands of notarized letters have been sent to the Federal Service Desk. Many of them are sitting in boxes waiting […]

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Top 5 IT NAICS Codes in Government Contracting

In 2018, computers have become integrated into almost every facet of modern living. From your car, your living room, kitchen, and workplace, information technology plays some sort of role. That’s why it should come as no surprise that IT is vital for government operations and it’s a major industry in the federal marketplace. The government […]

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Hurricane Season 2018 Notice: Get Registered Now

Today is May 21, 2018. In 11 days, the Atlantic Hurricane Season will begin, just as it always has, on June 1st. As you know all too well, last year’s hurricane season was one of the most destructive and active seasons in recent history. Currently, there are many people in Puerto Rico who are still […]

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Facility Compliance Services, LLC Awarded its First Government Contract

On April 4, 2018, verified vendor Facility Compliance Services, LLC (DUNS #080806431) in Branson, Mo., won its first government contract. Valued at $58,785, the business is tasked with upgrading the intelligent switchgear main platform for the emergency diesel generator system at the Ralph H. Johnson VA Medical Center in Charleston, S.C. This job is estimated to take […]

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USFCR Gives Back at The Kind Mouse

On the Fridays of May 4 and May 11, 2018, US Federal Contractor Registration gave back by volunteering at The Kind Mouse charity in St. Petersburg, FL. In black t-shirts that read, “Always Be a Kind Mouse,” the team put together hand-packed bags of food for local, chronically hungry children. So what does this phrase […]

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GSA’s Plan Fails, Causing a 74% Reduction in New SAM Registrations

In March 2018, the General Services Administration began requiring notarized letters from entities registering in SAM.gov. SAM is an acronym that stands for the System for Award Management. Anyone seeking to work as a government contractor or receive federal grants must be registered on this website. The regulation was later extended to existing government contractors […]

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Top 5 Government Construction NAICS Codes

From administrative buildings to roads, and everything in between, it’s safe to say the government will always be in need of construction work. In fact, construction, architecture, and civil engineering together compose the fifth biggest industry in government contracting. As a contractor, you’re probably all too familiar with the North American Industry Classification System (NAICS). […]

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