Orlando, Fl (PRWEB) November 01, 2013
US Federal Contractor Registration is currently reporting a high number of contracting opportunities posted to FedBizOpps for the state of Iowa. There are currently over 500 available solicitations up for bid. Only properly registered government contractors are allowed to submit their bids to win these contracts. Contracting officers in the state of Oklahoma have already awarded registered contractors over $16 billion during the 2013 fiscal year, with a total of 115,225 transactions. So far, the federal government has spent over $239.0 billion on contracts in 2013 to date. With all the available bidding opportunities, US Federal Contractor Registration suggests businesses become registered properly in order to bid on these awards.
In order to bid on and work government contracts, businesses must obtain a DUNS number and must complete their System for Award Management (SAM) registration. Successful contractors also develop aggressive government marketing plans, which include the creation of a profile on government websites such as the SBA’s Dynamic Small Business Search and automated bid notifications to their email from FBO.gov. Eric Knellinger, President of US Federal Contractor Registration, is strongly encouraging small businesses to ensure their registration is complete and correct so they don't miss out on the new opportunities available in government contracting.
To help small businesses avoid costly errors, US Federal Contractor Registration is offering an evaluation and review of a vendor’s government registration. During the evaluation, a Placement Specialist will review the company’s government contractor registration to ensure it is complete, contains the correct information, and is optimized to help them win government contracts. To receive this evaluation, interested businesses should contact the Contractor Helpline at (877) 252-2700 ext 1. Placement Specialists can also prepare a government contracting profitability assessment to help business owners review government spending trends within their industry and identify current contracting opportunities.