US Federal Contractor Registration Extends Office Hours; Contractors Aid FEMA with Oklahoma Tornado Devastation

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US Federal Contractor Registration extends office hours to provide registration to contractors and FEMA aid by providing properly registered contractors in System for Award Management (SAM).

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Contractors calling to become registered, please mention you are trying to become registered for the tornado relief and we will do everything humanly possible to expedite your registration.

US Federal Contractor Registration extends office hours to provide registration to contractors and FEMA aid by providing properly registered contractors in System for Award Management (SAM). The Oklahoma tornado is one of the largest the United States has ever witnessed; flipping countless motor vehicles and destroying homes and businesses. The tornado according to the Enhanced Fujita Scale registered as a 4 on a scale from 0 to 5 in strength, with record breaking winds of over 302 m.p.h. It has been reported that over 145 people and still counting have been injured from the tornado. Amy Elliot, a spokeswoman from the Oklahoma City Medical Examiner has reviewed over 91 deaths from this catastrophic natural disaster. People have already frantically started to search through debris for others who are trapped or injured. To help in these relief efforts of the Oklahoma tornado you must be a federally registered government contractor to accept FEMA contracts and no bid contracts. US Federal Contractor Registration has registered thousands of contractors to help FEMA with disastrous events such as Hurricane Sandy and Hurricane Rita.

    US Federal Contractor Registration (USFCR) registers businesses in System for Award Management (SAM) to aid with tornado relief in Oklahoma. USFCR has government contracting experts ready by the phone for businesses that need help registering to become involved with the Oklahoma tornado destruction. Eric Knellinger, President of US Federal Contractor Registration, quoted, “Our thoughts and prayers go out to the families who have lost loved ones, homes and their way of life in this terrible disaster. We will assist in any way possible to help contractors become registered so they may assist in putting these people’s lives back together. Contractors calling to become registered, please mention you are trying to become registered for the tornado relief and we will do everything humanly possible to expedite your registration."

    To help businesses quickly prepare for FEMA contracts, US Federal Contractor Registration now helps their clients complete their FEMA Vendor Profile, in addition to assisting them with their System for Award Management (SAM) registration. SAM registration is required in order to bid on federal contracts or applying for no-bid contracts with FEMA. To learn more about FEMA contracting, download the FEMA Informational Packet at Governmentcontractingtips.com. To contact USFCR’s toll free Contractor Helpline, please call (877) 252-2700 Ext 1 or visits their website at https://www.uscontractorregistration.com/. Placement Specialists can also answer questions contractors may have about current FEMA contracts and no bid contracting opportunities.

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