News from US Federal Contractor Registration


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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Kelli Johnston Makes it to Ms.Veteran America Finals

“This is a competition, not a pageant,” is what Veteran and USFCR Case Manager Kelli Johnston was told at the Ms. Veteran America semifinals in Maryland. Although it has many pageant-like qualities, the Ms. Veteran America Competition is ultimately about raising funds to uplift women veterans out of homelessness. Out of the 2,800 initial applicants, Johnston […]

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Top 5 Wholesale NAICS Codes For Gov’t Contracting

Wholesalers supply everything that you’ll find on the shelves and windows of stores. They’re also the ones that provide many businesses the products they need to keep going. The U.S. government needs wholesalers for everything, from the mops needed to clean facilities to x-ray equipment. You may already sell things that Uncle Sam is already looking […]

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Top 5 Manufacturing NAICS Codes in Government Contracting

Sectors 31-33 encompass manufacturing in the North American Industry Classification System manual. This is one of the most diverse and vast sectors of the economy. Pretty much, it accounts for basically everything that’s made. From breakfast cereal to spacecraft, there’s a lot of ground to cover. Here, you will find out which industries Uncle Sam obligated […]

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Top 5 Utilities NAICS Codes in Government Contracting

Under the North American Industry Classification System (NAICS), Utilities falls under sector 22. This industry provides the public with many important essentials from wastewater treatment to electricity. These commodities and services are also in demand by the U.S. federal government. Within the previous year, they spent over $800 million in just one of these industries […]

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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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