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WHAT IS SAM REGISTRATION AND WHY IS IT NECESSARY?SAM stands for the System for Award Management and is a database that was established in the fall of 2012. This main database was created in order to consolidate the capabilities of several other systems such as CCR/FedReg, ORCA, and EPLS and serves as the central US federal contractor registration system. There will be different phases that are ongoing during the migration processes, which is part of an overall Integrated Acquisition Environment. We have years of expertise in expediting the G-SAP contractor registration process through the official government website.
How SAM Registration Benefits Contractors?Making sure your business is certified and registered in the SAM database eliminates the need to update and maintain your accounts and registrations in many different federal government sites so that you can be considered for government contract work. The SAM database has eliminated the need to manage your registration accounts which require multiple usernames and passwords on multiple sites. With SAM, you now have one renewal registration date and you are less likely to experience any interruptions in your ability to be awarded federal contracts or grants.
How Can I Be Guaranteed My Registration Is Migrated Correctly?Due to the fact that SAM has now been implemented, it is critical that you read through all of the government documentation in order to accurately complete this migration process. Our registration and certification experts are here to help you navigate through the process to ensure that your small business is in full compliance with the Federal Acquisition Regulations (FAR). The information listed below is what is required to complete your SAM registration process accurately and timely.
- Obtain a TIN/EIN for your business from the IRS.
- Obtain a DUNS number for your business.
- Properly research and identify the PSC/FSC and NAICS codes most appropriate to your business.
- Determine whether your business meets the SBA’s small business size standard.
- Write a brief capabilities statement that is error free.
- Identify “key words” associated with the nature of your business.
- Make a list of business references.