U.S. Army Issues Combined Sources Sought and Solicitation Notice for 3D Printer System

Federal Contracting Assistance Available from US Federal Contractor Registration

Saint Petersburg, Florida, UNITED STATES

Warren, Mich., April 02, 2019 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- The U.S. Army issued a combined sources sought and solicitation notice for a 3D printer system. Vendors who are interested need to respond by April 5, 2019. For assistance in meeting this deadline with proper registrations, businesses may use third-party government registration firm, US Federal Contractor Registration (USFCR).

333244, Printing Machinery and Equipment Manufacturing, is the designated NAICS code for this opportunity. There are currently no set-asides designated for this opportunity. Responses to this sources sought and solicitation are to be sent to Michael E. Gross (michael.e.gross28.civ@mail.mil).

The exact specifications for the 3D printer system can be found on the Advanced Procurement Portal. All prospective contractors must be registered in the System for Award Management (SAM). Contracting officers will be unable to assist with specific contractor requirements such as registration in SAM. For a quick registration without errors, US Federal Contractor Registration (USFCR) is a third-party firm that offers full-service SAM registrations for businesses. 

USFCR is the world's largest third-party government registration firm. They have helped thousands of entities translate their capabilities into the U.S. Government's language and systems with the Simplified Acquisition Programbid training, and proposal writing services. They not only register companies on their behalf in SAM, but also have pioneered the Advanced Procurement Portal (APP). APP shows active and historical federal business opportunity information in the same place, simplifying market research. Active federal buyers and vendors are not only cataloged in APP but also are also using the system, creating a powerful network. Businesses who partner with USFCR will be able to dedicate their complete effort toward their performance on a contract, rather than the acquisition of it.


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