Government Registration Support
The FedBiz Access Government Registration Support package ensures your government registrations with DUNS, SAM and DSBS are aligned, optimized, competitive and visible. Business owners that register without professional guidance risk making critical mistakes that can cost them dearly. With FedBiz Access, you can be sure your company’s federal registrations will help you compete for federal contracts.
Features & Benefits
Save hours navigating the various federal registration systems. We help you align your DUNS record, and we complete your SAM and DSBS registrations for you.
Continued Service and Support.
Along with your initial registrations, you’ll receive the following
- Registration Amendments (as needed)
- Registration Expiration Notice
- Discounted Pricing for FedBiz Access Market Intelligence Database
Stop Losing Money.
Many organizations lose out on valuable contracts every day because they are screened out of the competition process due to incomplete, inaccurate federal registrations.
Peace of Mind.
We will ensure the following stages of your federal registrations are completed and optimized:
System for Award Management (SAM)
“Your Federal Accounting Record”
- Proceedings details
- Goods and Services (NAICS, PSC, etc.)
- Size Metrics
- Disaster Relief Information
- “Representations and Certifications”
- FAR Responses
- Architect-Engineer Responses
- DFARS Responses
- “Points of Contact”
- Login Creation
- Entity Registration
- Bid Eligibility Registration
- “Core Data”
- Validation of your DUNS information
- Business information (TIN, etc.)
- CAGE code registration
- General information (business types, organization structure, etc.)
- Financial information (Electronic Funds Transfer (EFT) Information)
- Compensation disclosure
Dynamic Small Business Search (DSBS)
“Your Federal Marketing Record”
- Government Certifications
- Ownership & Self-Certifications
- Specific Nature of Business (Keywords and Capabilities)
- General Nature of Business (Industry Codes)
- Bonding Levels
- Quality Assurance Standards
- Profile Status
- Past Performance
Who evaluates my registrations?
Contracting Officers, Program Managers, Small Business Advocates, Prime Contractors… Anyone making a buying decision within the federal contracting market is going to review your organization’s federal registrations as a way to evaluate and grade you. In order to compete, you must have a solid foundation. That starts with your federal registrations.
What is my biggest risk?
Your biggest risk is completing your federal registrations without professional support. Why? Because the federal contracting market is extremely competitive. You will be competing against companies with significant experience, past performance, and skill. The only way to compete in this market is to ensure every aspect of your approach is results-oriented, starting with your federal registrations. Only with professional guidance can you be sure you are competitive.
When do buyers review registrations?
Buyers review registrations at different times for different reasons. They use them to find vendors for micro-purchase (credit card) orders. They conduct required market research to find new and/or small businesses. They use them to evaluate an organization prior to award. Evaluations and decisions are made at the beginning, middle, and final stages of federal acquisitions.
Where do buyers look for?
At certain stages of every federal acquisition, government buyers are required to conduct market research. Among other places, they typically refer to the System for Award Management (SAM) and Dynamic Small Business Search (DSBS) to conduct this research. If your profiles are not optimized, you risk either being (a) not visible, or (b) not competitive.
Why is optimization important?
1 in 5 registered businesses is currently considered ineligible for government contracts because of mistakes or omissions in their registrations. Of 600+ federally registered organizations recently surveyed by American Express regarding federal contracting, 87% stated they’ve never won a contract. The average small business spends between $60,000 and $138,000 in pursuit of their first federal contract victory. Federal registration optimization is the first step in ensuring you are not included in any of these three statistics.
How do I ensure I'm competitive?
To be competitive, your organization must be committed to taking a results-oriented approach to every aspect of your federal contracting market strategy. Being competitive for federal contracts requires more than just optimized registrations. However, if your registrations are error free, complete, and visible, your foundation for success will be strong. Competitiveness starts with your registrations.