Construction Contractors Are Needed Immediately in California, According to US Federal Contractor Registration

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US Federal Contractor Registration has discovered a demand for construction contractors in the state of California. At this time there are over 15 current solicitations, presolicitations and sources sought notices seeking qualified and registered construction contractors. To get more information about these or other contracting opportunities in California, contact the Contractor Helpline at (877) 252-2700 ext 1 or visit https://www.uscontractorregistration.com

US Federal Contractor Registration is reporting an immediate demand for registered construction contractors to work federal government contracts in California. There are currently 15 contracts available to construction firms in California, according to the FedBizOpps website.

In the past year, over $46 billion has been spent on federal contracts in the state of California, 9.91% of the total spent on contracts during the past year reported on the USASpending website.

According to the USASpending website, approximately 57% of all contracting dollars spent in California over the last year were competed and put out for open bidding by contractors. Small businesses in particular are urged to complete registration and place bids for contracts. Of the 212,664 contracts awarded in California over the past year, over half were awarded to small businesses. Each federal agency is urged by regulations to award at least 23% of their contracting dollars to small businesses.

The highest numbers of contracts awarded to small businesses are for Commercial and Institutional Building Construction, so these 15 currently available contracts are a great opportunity for small businesses to bid on federal government contracts for construction projects in California. More information about the 15 construction contracts up for bid in California can be requested through the Contractor Helpline at (877) 252-2700 ext. 1 or by visiting http://governmentcontractingtips.com.

The Georgia Tech Procurement Assistance Center has estimated that nearly 20% of CCR records errors or omissions. It is extremely important that contractors’ CCR and ORCA registration are complete and accurate. Failure to complete and maintain the required government registrations can result in payment delays or disqualification for contract awards. Serious errors may even result in fines or punitive action. To win their first contract, most businesses spend an average of 20 months and $100,000 marketing their business to contracting agencies. If their registration is incomplete or incorrect, all that time and money will have been wasted.

To help small businesses avoid costly errors, US Federal Contractor Registration is offering a free evaluation and review of vendors’ government registration, including their CCR registration and ORCA filing. 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 free evaluation, interested businesses should contact the toll free Contractor Helpline at #877-252-2700. Placement Specialists can also prepare a free government contracting profitability assessment to help business owners review government spending trends within their industry and identify current contracting opportunities.

US Federal Contractor Registration is a third party registration firm that has helped thousands of businesses complete their CCR registration and bid on contracts. US Federal Contractor Registration pairs businesses with a dedicated case manager who helps them every step of the way from initial registration to bidding on contracts. To request a free evaluation and assessment by a Placement Specialist for your business, call the Contractor Helpline at 877-252-2700 ext 1 or visit our blog at http://governmentcontractingtips.com.

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