Small Business to Install New Carpet in Cleveland Federal Building

Third-Party Federal Contracting Assistance Available

Cleveland, Ohio, March 05, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) --

The General Services Administration, aka the government’s landlord, will be replacing carpet in the Anthony J Celebrezze Federal Building on East Ninth St. in Cleveland, Ohio. Flooring Contractors that qualify as small businesses are being considered for the job. All offers must be submitted to the government by March, 23 2018.

Offerors should be prepared to visit the site on March 8 at 2:00pm. Pre-registration for the site visit is required. RSVP to Contracting Officer Johanna Nieves ( Ms. Nieves will also accept proposals to her email by the final deadline, but before submitting an offer, the contractor should read through the solicitation completely to understand all requirements and clauses.

For assistance understanding how to respond to the solicitation and all required registrations and certifications , third-party registration firm US Federal Contractor Registration (USFCR) is standing by to assist. USFR’s Advanced Procurement Portal  lays out the complete solicitation in detail, but some major factors influencing the scope of work are as follows:

  1. The contractor will remove and recycle approximately 410 square yards of tile squares on the ninth floor corridor.
  2. The contractor will remove approximately 400 feet of baseboard.
  3. The contractor will replace carpet and baseboard with approved GSA materials.
  4. The estimated price range for the project is less than $25,000.

Proposals must consist of price, technical proposal and representations and certifications. Registration in the System for Award Management (SAM) is required.

US Federal Contractor Registration (USFCR), the world’s largest third-party government registration firm, provides a service to complete SAM registration on a business’s behalf. Eliminating the struggles of SAM registration will allow a business to focus primarily on crafting a strong proposal for winning the contract. If further assistance is needed USFCR provides one-on-one bid training and proposal writing services. A learning center built into their Advanced Procurement Portal (APP) seals the deal for businesses looking to win more contracts in the future by teaching businesses to capitalize on their past performance. USFCR provides this service to not only businesses, but also organizations, institutions, non-profits and even other government agencies.


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