Modifications to your business information in D&B, SAM and GSA E-library

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www.sam.gov

Many people have spent many years government contracting and there has always been some sort of government tracking system for federal contractors. A long time ago it was ORCA and then CCR and finally they combined the two to form the System for Award Management. If you are interested in working any federal U.S. Government contracts then you must be registered in SAM. IN order to register in SAM you must first obtain and DUNS Number:

https://iupdate.dnb.com/iUpdate/companylookup.htm

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Are government conferences worth the time and effort?

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This is a very common question in government sales. How do I know if the conference that I’m looking at attending is worth the amount I have to pay to set up a booth, take people away from work for a few days, pay their travel? Many times it’s a combination of factors that determine whether or not conferences are going to be right for your company:

1. Do you have available funds in your marketing account to send people to ...

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GSA Schedule Management is it time efficient?

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GSA Schedule work can take a significant amount of a small businesses time in order to make the schedule as successful as it can be for your company. There are many companies out there that will offer to help you manage this work but not all of them are really worth the amount they will charge. On the other hand there are some companies out there that are worth their weight in gold and much more.

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What’s the best way to Forecast Federal Opportunities for 2017?

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Forecasting of federal opportunities is a time consuming project that may or may not be worth it for businesses. There are many paid software programs out there that can provide the yearly forecasts much quicker and easier than most federal contractors can do on their own. It is the opinion of Schemtosh Consulting, LLC that you should know how and where to forecast opportunities on your own before deciding to spend the money for someone else to do it for ...

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Help with Contractor Assistance Visit

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Make A Strong Impression At Your Contractors Visit

After you have received award of your GSA schedule you will be viewed upon as a schedule holder. One of the responsibilities of a schedule holder is to have someone who represents the company available for the Contractor Assistance Visits (CAV). GSA requires at least two visits during the tenure of the contract. This is not a time where you need to roll out the red carpet you want to be comfortable ...

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Updating or Changing Information in D&B, SAM or GSA Elibrary

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www.sam.gov

Many people have spent many years government contracting and there has always been some sort of government tracking system for federal contractors. A long time ago it was ORCA and then CCR and finally they combined the two to form the System for Award Management. If you are interested in working any federal U.S. Government contracts then you must be registered in SAM. IN order to register in SAM you must first obtain and DUNS Number:

https://iupdate.dnb.com/iUpdate/companylookup.htm

A DUNS registration ...

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Selling at the Local, State and Federal Level Tips!

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As we all know every Federal, State and Local agency has a website. This means that are a potential of thousands if not tens of thousands of websites that provide information in regards to procurement. Obviously not one person can take time to look at everyone of these websites but someone might want to single a few out to learn more about the potential agency they would like to work with. The most difficult part of this is knowing which ...

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Government Conferences versus E-learning Webinars

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This is a very common question in government sales. How do I know if the conference that I’m looking at attending is worth the amount I have to pay to set up a booth, take people away from work for a few days, pay their travel? Many times it’s a combination of factors that determine whether or not conferences are going to be right for your company:

1. Do you have available funds in your marketing account to send people to ...

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What are mass modifications and what do I need to do

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Mass modifications are emails sent by the government because part of your GSA schedule has updated its terms and conditions and you must go in and accept these modifications to the terms and conditions of your contract. These pesky little emails are often overlooked and there is no real penalty until you try and do something you need to do in order to update your schedule such as increase your pricing or add new products. Then the whole process of ...

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